Disney animators drew really cute fanart of 'Game of Thrones' characters as cats

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Photo via Griz & Norm/YouTube | Remix by April Siese (Fair Use)

Even the shame kitty looks shockingly domesticated.

Disney animators Griselda Sastrawinata-Lemay and Normand Lemay have once again turned their love of fanart and cats into purrfect paintings—this time with Game of Thrones serving as inspiration.

The feature artists spend their days crafting films like Zootopia, and their off hours are spent creating art based on the fandoms they love. Naturally, this includes artwork inspired by feature films as well as television. 

Jon Snow kitty was the first to make an appearance on Griz and Norm's Instagram feed as they counted down the days until the season 6 premiere.

Griz and Norm are incredibly passionate about the fanart they craft in their off hours in addition to helping fellow artists. The couple regularly offer Tuesday tips to inspire their followers.

Their Cat of Thrones countdown included a particularly relatable tip to "paint what makes you happy" as well as a video of Arya kitty taking shape.

This isn't the first time that Griz and Norm have paired cats with fanart, either. You may recognize their Star Wars pieces, which hit Instagram following the release of The Force Awakens. Everyone from R2-D2 to Padme Amidala has been painted by Griz and Norm alongside adorable fluffy cats.

Princes Leia and her fluffy kitty. #griz #grizandnorm #kittycatclub #starwars #fanart #princess #leia #fluffy #cat #kitty

A photo posted by Griz and Norm Lemay (@grizandnorm) on

Griz and Norm have 12 Cat of Thrones paintings on Instagram alongside friendly messages and well-wishes for their favorite characters. Even Unella the shame kitty looks shockingly domesticated. The couple is clearly rooting for Cersai, though.H/T Nerdist
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