Svetlana Petrova really loves her cat. The lucky feline is named Zarathustra, who weighs a whopping 20 lbs. Petrova believes that “only great artists can appreciate [the] generous body and sublime soul” of her large and luscious cat and so she builds a small library of art, swapping her cat in with historical scenes and figures.
In her Photoshopped art collection you can find Zarathustra in classics like the Mona Lisa or in contemporary works like that of of Dalí and even Shepard Fairey. The cat plays many roles from incredibly awkward to surprisingly elegant. You can search for art by the era in her 75+ (and growing) picture gallery here.