When you merge two of the animal kingdom's most wide-eyed creatures together into one being, you get Cats With Owl Faces.
The series of photos transplants the visages of the nocturnal avians onto the bodies of felines and the resulting creations are definitely a mixed bag. Some are cute while others are humorous. There are even a couple of images in Cats With Owl Faces series that are downright scary, but I'll let you decide for yourself how you feel.
Let's hope Darwinism never produces creatures such as these ones.
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