Whether its I Can Haz Cheezburger, Cats That Look Like Hitler or Chairman Meow, when it comes to the Internet, cats rule. Grumpy Cat, with her permanently disgruntled expression, has become an Internet celebrity, with 2.4 million followers on Instagram. CNN estimated there could be 6.5 billion photos of cats on the Internet in 2015. People love cats. People love taking pictures of cats. And people particularly love taking pictures of cats behaving like humans.
Cats in Hats, is a book that does exactly what it says on the cover. We provide the hats, you provide the cats. Featuring a sturdy framework of 16 board-book backgrounds, each with a delightfully illustrated item of headwear and a cut-out shape handily designed to fit a cats head, it offers a wealth of feline photo-opportunities. The instructions are simplicity itself. Choose your frame. Position your cat. Take your photograph or video. And then, if you choose, post your images on whichever website takes your fancy: but ideally the Cats in Hats one we have set up for your convenience.