With cats being one of our world's most popular and lovable pets, it's hard to imagine your small, furry companion not being any larger.
Of course, huge cats such as tigers and lions don't make suitable pets, which is what makes our domestic house cats so perfect and home-friendly.
But just imagine how the world would look like if these beloved feline friends were even larger than tigers, lions, or even houses!
A Russian artist made this wild idea a reality by photoshopping dystopian images of a world with giant cats.
It might seem like a pretty crazy and purely ridiculous idea, but the thought of a 'huge' house cat towering over buildings and roads is rather intriguing.
Luckily, Andrey Scherbak, from Russia, has created some incredible images of what life would actually be if cats were that big.
In the photos, these giant furballs are doing many things alongside the artist, and you will surely end up loving them.
In fact, Andrey, who also goes by the pen name Petechka Odnobokov (Little Peter One-Side) online, has garnered over 8,600 cat lovers to his Instagram account.
In a recent interview, Andrey confessed he's a diehard animal lover:
"I have two cats, male and female. The male cat is named Pif. I took him from an animal shelter as an adult, when he was already around 5 years old. The female cat is named Panya, and I found her in the street."
"Now she's 6 years old. She's autistic. I also have a Labrador named Rooney, who is 3 years old. He can be seen in some of my photos. All of my pets get along very well and don't fight."
The artist also explained that the idea for his giant cat project 'came about by chance:'
"I was looking through a photo album, and one picture I had taken in a forest on a corporate retreat caught my eye, and that's how the idea was born. I liked it, so I took another photo to place a cat in it."
"I decided to create an Instagram account full of pictures of only me and cats because that's not very different from the reality I live in. I lead a rather isolated way of life."
Andrey revealed that he finds images of cats from Google then edits into his photos when his own cats aren't feeling up to being photographed.
"I tried taking pictures of my own cats, but they can never sit still."
He also revealed that he uses Photoshop and VSCO, for the filters, in his work—take notes, aspiring artists!
Keep scrolling to see more of these marvelous pictures.