Cute Overload :D
Although the doric column remains one of the most enduring elements of classical architecture, there was a brief interest in the snoric column, which was modeled upon a lazy cat.
A.k.a. a catyatid?
Let’s not forget meownic and purrinthian.
Kitty’s also making sure the carving stays defined by rubbing his jaws along the edges.
A relative of Catlas?
Here we see an image of a guest visiting the ancient feline beauty salon known as The Cata-combs.
Gladiator Catavian preparing for battle in the Colosseum by sharpening the pointy bits.
2 paws up
The pointy bits don’t seem to be in contact with The sharpening apparatus, hmm?
Oak, how do you come up with these? Sometimes it takes meowers to think of a good pun.
What a slouch.
Groan! Applaud! Groan!
AWW :D Who, besides me, wants to give this dear sweet kitty a loving forever home if she does not have one already? :D
And worth the time for a prize like this.
Obviously an ar-cat-tec.
Splendid!! Deafening Applause! Give JME today’s crown of laurel.
Oh my, TWO crowns of laurels are needed today!
That’s it, I am now catatonic from a surfeit of master puns. Tell Cato, the master of ceremonies, to take out THREE trophies. I’m going to Catalina Island for a catnap.
ME TOO!! Of course, I also wish I could give a home to the entire cat population of the Colosseum, numbering about one thousand or so….
I’m afraid those pantaloons are not period-accurate, and this is in fact a 17th-century replica.
Of classical anti-catty.
ARE YOU NOT ENETERTAINED?!
But I LOVE those pantaloons!!! Such snorgable floofiness.