What's Better Than 'Game Of Thrones' And 'Star Wars'? All That Plus Some Kittens, Obvs

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By now, we've all figured out that kittens make everything better. Even things that you didn't think could get any better, like "Game of Thrones" or "Star Wars," are improved with kittens.

Wendy Robbins is the photographer behind the delightful cat-centered creations below. Robbins is a self-described seamstress, crafter, pickle connoisseur and crazy cat lady.

"The inspiration for this project came mostly from an excess of kittens," Robbins told The Huffington Post in an email. "I found myself, through various circumstances (kitties not getting to the vet quickly enough for spaying, kitties abandoned at my house that were already pregnant), with more than one litter of kittens and needed them to be adopted out to great families. The portraits are intended to serve as an introduction to potential adopters."

  • "I decided to make costumes on a whim when I realized the fourth season of Game of Thrones was about to begin and one of the kittens would make a perfect Daenerys Targaryen as she has beautiful white fur and gorgeous blue eyes."
  • "I am an avid sewer and crafter as well as a portrait photographer so I went into my fabric stash and made a quick trip to the fabric store, gathered the needed supplies to make the costume as authentic as possible (as authentic as one can do on a cat anyway,) and hand made her dress and accessories."
  • "This project ... [captures] moments from pop culture that a great deal of people can identify with."
  • "The kitty playing Gandalf is a sweet grey boy who does amazing things. He was born without eyes and accomplishes feats worthy of Gandalf daily."
  • "The characters were inspired by either my own fandoms (I am a HUGE Whovian), requests from family or friends, or characteristics of the kittens."
  • "The kitties react surprisingly well to being my little models. I socialize them early so they are used to being handled and have great manners. Their part of the shoot usually lasts just a few minutes."

"Really my only expectation from people in general was, hopefully, to have a good chuckle and adopt a kitten ... if not one of mine one from a neighboring shelter or animal rescue," Robbins said.

The cats are available for adoption through Robbins' personal Facebook page, but will be up on the Crosswind Studio Facebook page soon.

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