When Ryo Yamazaki picked up a chunk of one of his cat’s shed fur and fashioned it on top of his Scottish fold’s head in a Trump-esque quiff, he did it for a laugh.

Little did he know that the photo he took and posted online would became part of an online trend and inspire him and his wife, Hiromi, to make a series of caps for all three of the couple’s Scottish Folds. Two years later, and the Yamazakis have since produced more than 100 hats out of their cats’ own fur.

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