Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

What's the one thing on earth you can add to a great work of art to make it better? A fat cat. The paintings of Botticelli, Rubens, Dali, Titian, and others have been "spruced up" by digital mastermind Svetlana Petrova at Fat Cat Art by inserting a plump orange kitty with a hilarious expression. That's Botticelli's "Birth of Venus," above. Click through for the rest! (If your boss has something against ancient, painted asses, be aware that it's slightly NSFW.)

[Fat Cat Art via Laughing Squid]

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Rubens' "Drunken Silenus supported by Satyrs."

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Salvador Dali's "Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening."

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Rubens' "Judgement of Paris."

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Velázquez's "Equestrian Statue of Philip IV."

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Rembrandt's "Danae."

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Botticelli's "Pallas and the Centaur."

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Rubens' "Three Graces."

Fat Tabby Cats Inserted Into World Renowned Masterpieces

Titian's "Venus and Cupid with an Organist."