These Fat Cat Classics are redefining Art History

Someone once said “Everything is better with cats”. Well that someone was me, and that time was right now, but regardless The Meowntain has proof that statement is 100% true.


“Kazimir Malevich, Red Square or Cat’s Suprematism”

Meet Zarathustra, the titanic ginger cat of Zarathustra uses “we” instead of “me” so his/her gender is unknown, but ultimately irrelevant, considering the godlike nature of his/her apparent omnipresence throughout history. According to Zarathustra, a great conspiracy against cats has been waging since the beginning of time to wipe out their (mainly his/hers) integral roll in Art History. What we consider the classics, the pieces de resistance of Art, are not in fact the originals. Zarathustra has provided the originals for us.


“Tomb of Nebamun, Cats Hunting in the marshes”


“Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, True version”


“Michelangelo, The Creation of cAt-dam”


“Rembrandt, Danae”


“Willem Claesz Heda, Still Life with a Lobster Measured by a Cat, 1650 – 1659”


“Ivan Argunov, Portrait of an Unknown Woman in Russian Costume and a Well Known Cat in a Vet Collar, 1784”


“Emanuel Leutze, “Washington Crossing the Delaware in a boat piloted by the Fat Cat””


“Edgar Degas. Danseuse basculant (Danseuse rouge)”


“Claude Monet, Bathing in a Pond of Water Lilies”


“Katsushika Hokusai, Great Wave off Catnagawa”


“Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory”


“Grant Wood, American Gothic. I can has cheeseburger?”

As you can see, He/She has sat for all of the great artist. “Only great artists can appreciate Our generous body and sublime soul,” Zarathustra says on the Cats and Arrt page of It is a pitty that these are not the works of art adorning our history books, perhaps then there wouldn’t be so much snoring in lecture halls across the lands.

Check out more of Zarathustra (there’s plenty to go around) and get the real story behind each piece at!

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