There is nothing more popular than cats online. Their hairy peculiarities, strong temper, and the enticing purring make these critters one of a kind. There are millions of videos, memes and photographs of these furry friends, and sometimes it almost feels like the internet was created just so we could enjoy the elegance and the beauty of these animals.


With all of that being said, an Instagram account by the name of “Catwheezie” is turning the most humorous photographs of cats into highly colorful, entertaining, and cute drawings with well-known cat memes. Emily, who is the artist behind these illustrations.
In the last piece, Bored Panda reached out to Emily since we were wondering about her initiative. scroll down and check some of her work

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“I get my inspiration for my cat drawings primarily from Instagram posts featuring cute kitties. As a kid, I used to print out photographs of amusing cats and paste them into my notebooks because I thought they were hilarious.”

Emily also told boredpanda that cats were the first thing that she learned to draw! Currently, the artist is extremely busy with her studies but she still makes time to create some amusing drawings involving our feline friends.

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“I’m currently enrolled in an art school, where I’m learning animation and illustration. I’m constantly juggling multiple projects at once to ensure that there will always be a new kitten to publish every day.”

When asked about the origins of the concept, the creative individual was quick to report a favorable development.

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I started drawing a cat every day until I could afford to adopt one. At one point, I seriously considered resigning myself to a lifelong career of sketching cats but never owning one. By some stroke of luck, on day twenty-one, my family and I took home Beanie, a rescued kitten of two months’ age

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Because so many people had followed my progress, I kept drawing long after my mission to adopt a cat was complete. I decided to go cold turkey for a whole century! What will happen after that is anyone’s guess. I’d be happy to keep doing my cat drawings after that if nobody’s already bored with them

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