Someone Imagines What Everything Would Look Like If It Had A Cat’s Face And The Result Is Funny Yet Disturbing

Cats are everywhere around us, and if you have ever stumbled on the  ‘Koty Vezde’ (‘Cats are Everywhere’) internet page on Instagram, this feeling is even doubled!

We have compiled a list of the funniest and most amusing photoshopped images we found there, so prepare to have your spirits lifted! For reasons unknown, this Instagram accounts photoshops cat faces onto food, random items and animals, and the results are hilariously disturbing.

The account proves that everything could be improved by adding a cat face- from pandas, chickens, hedgehogs, and even ice cream!

The founder of the ‘Koty Vezde’ page, is the 29-year-old Galina Bugaevskaya, who lives in Moscow. In an interview for Bored Panda, she explained that she has always loved cats, but the idea had come quite spontaneously, about a year ago.

“I love fantasy very much, which is a little reflected in my work. I work as a content manager. I mastered Photoshop on my own, this is my hobby.”

She is pleased that her work is appreciated by many people these days.

 “I just learned today that in different countries they began to publish articles with my collages. People write a lot of warm comments under my works — this is very cool! I am so happy!”

Galina added that she adores felines, especially chubby and angry cats.

“ They are divine creatures: cute, soft, murmuring. We always had cats in our family. At the moment, I have Filya and Puchok, and a white Persian cat, Umka, named after the bear cub from the Soviet cartoon.”

The creator of ‘Cats are Everywhere’ added that her photos can show people that Russians love cats, even though many consider them “gloomy, stern people who never smile”.

Her Instagram account is still fledgling but going fairly strong, having captured the attention of over 24,000 followers so far.

All cat lovers out there do not need any scientific research to justify their fierce love, but scientists have studied it anyway, and many studies indicate that cats actually contribute to our physical and mental health.

For instance, one Australian study showed that cat owners do have better psychological health than people without pets. They feel more happy, more confident, and less nervous, and have reported to sleep, focus, and face problems in their lives better.

What more do you need?