Fake mews! Cat owners entertain themselves by transforming their pets into Trump lookalikes

Fake mews! Cat owners entertain themselves by transforming their pets into Trump lookalikes with a comb-over hairdo

  • Cat owners in lockdown are finding a new way to keep themselves busy
  • They fashion their ginger cat’s moulted fur into a Trump-style hairdo
  • One owner even gave their kitty a bright red tie to complete the look 
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Blissfully unaware of the coronavirus chaos, pets across the world suddenly find themselves getting to spend far more time with their human companions under lockdown. 

While dogs are likely thrilled, cats, known for their independence, must be rather perplexed at this turn of events.

To make matters worse for them, some cat owners in the US, who suddenly find themselves with more time on their hands than usual, have been playing Purresidential dress-up with their feline friends.

Cat owners across the US have been bringing back an internet trend of giving their cats Trump comb-overs made from moulted cat hair after giving them a brush

Who wears it better? Trump's hair style has become iconic and very recognizable since he announced his presidential bid

Who wears it better? Trump’s hair style has become iconic and very recognizable since he announced his presidential bid

Owners have been collecting their ginger cat’s moulted hair after giving them a brush to fashion feline toupees in the iconic Trump comb-over style.

One patriotic owner even went a step further, giving their beloved moggie the full treatment with a bright red tie to match Trump’s, much to the bewilderment of their furry friend.

The internet trend, which has been around on-and-off for for a few years, has gained popularity once more in the last couple of weeks as people find new ways to entertain themselves, and share the fun online.

One cat owner gave their furry friend the full outfit - with the hair, red tie and white collar. The cat did not look too impressed

Trump gives a press conference at the White House

One cat owner gave their furry friend the full outfit – with the hair, red tie and white collar. The cat did not look too impressed

Taking a catnap? Trump's eyes appear to close as he listens to a press briefing

This moggie also appears to struggle to keep its eyes open as it shows off its new hair style

Left: Taking a catnap? Trump’s eyes appear to close as he listens to a press briefing. Right: This moggie also appears to struggle to keep its eyes open as it shows off its new hair style

One owner may have taken things too far with this cat

President Trump appears perplexed at something that has been said to him

What did you say? Both cat and President look rather fed up with those around them

This cat appears to have really taken to the new hair style. It almost looks like it was born with it

This cat appears to have really taken to the new hair style. It almost looks like it was born with it

Trump is likely as unaware of the trend as the cats are of the coronavirus, but would the President find the pictures amusing too?

Trump is likely as unaware of the trend as the cats are of the coronavirus, but would the President find the pictures amusing too?

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk

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