How do you like her meow?
Fran Bailey, 23, has the faces of five deceased cats tattooed on her back, the Mirror reported Wednesday.
The resident of Newtown, Wales told Chester First back in October that she had gone to a rescue center and asked for "the most ill and unloved cats they had so that they would have somewhere to go."
She ended up taking in five cats with feline AIDS -- Tinky, Woody, Mr Brush, Mr Spock and Bella. All of them ended up dying from the fatal condition.
"I love my cats and I love my tattoo," Bailey told the Mirror. "A lot of people who have lost pets can relate to it."
The animal lover noted that the design incorporates "elements of each one's personalities." In the tattoo, one cat is seen sporting a monocle, while another wears a dunce cap.
She told the Mirror that she now has five more cats, but does not plan to add to the tattoo when they pass on to the great litter box in the sky.
A tattoo artist herself, Bailey was featured in a two-part installment of the documentary show "My Tattoo Addiction" last fall, according to LifeWithCats.tv. Chester First reports that her other tattoos include a sushi platter, a pixelated banana and cherry as a reference to video games, a drunk Japanese cat, an anime cat, a breakdancing scene, an "Oriental face," a "zombified heart garter," and a 3/4 sleeve featuring ribbons, butterflies and ink splatters.
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