(23) Fan Art
The Internet's largest fandom is and will always be cat fandom.

What could possibly make a pair of a cute cuddly kittens even cuter and cuddlier (or irreparably strange, depending on your perspective)?

Anthropomorphizing the animals as a pair of teenagers, of course.

That's just one of the strange delights we pounced on when we discovered that the Critter Room, a popular Facebook page for foster dad John Bartlett's room of livestreamed fuzzy felines, had a Fanart page. Ranging from the tender to the inexplicable, the Critter Room fanart collection proves—as if we needed convincing—that the Internet's largest fandom is and will always be cat fandom.

Here are some of our favorites:

1) The JohnCat

Artist Lolakills on Tumblr drew this picture of Critter Room owner John Bartlett as a cat himself:

Illustration by lolakills

 

2) Kitten in Space

'Nuff said.

Illustration by Hannah Fate via Facebook

3) Family Portrait

"You captured their expressions!" exclaimed one user over this portrait of a group of kittens dubbed the Mythbuster Kittens.

Illustration by Vilma Eskola via Facebook

4) Role Reversal

This time, John is still the cat, but Kari, one of the Mythbuster Kittens*, is depicted in human form.

*No, they're not connected to Mythbusters.

Illustration by Christina Reimann via deviantART

 

5) The Mice Will Play

...but they won't wait till the cat's away, apparently.

Illustration by Hannah Fate via Facebook

6) Nap time.

This time, it's Basil and Pepper, a pair who have their own Facebook page, who are getting turned into humans.

Illustration by lolakills

7) Motherly love

Kari is the mother to the Mythbuster kittens, and seems to be a very popular subject with her fans.

Illustration by lolakills

8) They're watching you

Crafts by vividflame; Photo via Facebook

9) Ripley

Illustration by Nate Call via Etsy

10) Ash

Not quite Grumpy Cat, but getting there.

Illustration by Nate Call via Etsy

Photo via Facebook

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