It’s been quite a year for people who are trying to still conduct their lives in 2020. Because of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, most people are spending more time at home than they have in years. Many of us are working from home, and people with young children have had to pivot to being a homeschooling parent while also holding down a full-time job. In some ways, some people have benefitted from spending more time with their families. We’ve sort of gotten back to a simpler life, by necessity. For people who have animal companions, we’ve been spending more time with those guys as well.
To cope with quarantine, new DIY-ers have been finding creating ways to stay busy. We’ve seen remarkable home improvement projects, lots of photos of organized workrooms and craft rooms, and even cat houses made out of cardboard boxes. We’ve all got tons of cardboard boxes (thank you, Amazon), so why not do something with them? For some artsy folks (and some who aren’t very artsy, I’m just saying), it just seemed to make perfect sense to start turning their cats and dogs into dinosaurs, because of course, it did. Experts say that the domesticated cat has an ancestor that dates back 10-15 million years ago.
And knowing that, why not turn cats into dinosaurs? But not just cats. Check out this poor dog in the colorful drawing below.
These guys are from the genus Tabbysaurus Rex.
Can we get a little more enthusiasm here? Or some respect?
Check out the big belly on this dinosaur!
Why couldn’t they have at least made him a predator?
“RAW” means “I love you very meowch in Catasaurus. And yes, we’re saying that to a dog.
This cat is Canklesaurus Rex.
Hello. What are you doing there, eh?
Just sticking my head in this hole to see what’s going on here? Ohhhhhhhhh!
Welcome to Purrassic Park.
Let us introduce you to Catzilla. It’s her world. We just live in it.
This guy looks like he was forced into this charade. It’s a game, I tell you!
Did someone say TREAT?
My arms are so tiny.