20 Classic Album Covers Pawsomely Reimagined to Feature Adorable Kittens

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The White Stripes-Elephant
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The White Strays

Ah, the modern classic from Detroit garage rock duo The White Stripes, released in 2003. The original cover image for Elephant features an apparently crying Meg White to the left of the shot and a seemingly startled Jack White with a cricket bat in his hand to her left – now all brilliantly recreated with the kittens. Check out the impressive shadow detail emanating from the feline Jack.

Ramones-Ramones
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Rameownes

The legendary cover shot from the Ramones’ seminal eponymous debut is effortlessly cool to begin with. But the Kitten Covers project has made it super cute, replacing Johnny, Tommy, Joey and Dee Dee with little felines – complete with the band’s trademark sunglasses and leather jackets and, presumably, bags of street cattitude.

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Patti Smith  Horses Cat Parody
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Catti Smith

Staying with the New York punk rock scene for a minute, here’s another awesome reimagining of a hugely influential record, namely Patti Smith’s Horses. The iconic Robert Mapplethorpe photograph of an androgynous-looking Smith in front of a stark white background has been stunningly recast here with – yes, you’ve guessed it – a kitten recreating the famous stance. We’re certain it would be particularly fond of the “Birdland” that Smith sang about on the album.

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