It's a tradition that long predates the world wide web... cats in costume making us laugh out loud.
Most likely named after the Eliza Humphreys novel, My Lord Conceit, in which a count frames a runaway wife for killing her husband over the daughter of a blackmailing rajah, set in India a
The line 'His Master's Pants' could be an amusing nod to Nipper, the Terrier who appeared in the HMV (His Master's Voice) logo way back in 1898.
This cute little fellow was most likely part of a collection of master slides that may have been used for presentations or entertainment on a journey around the globe by George O’Malley and his wif
Could this glass slide image of a penitent puss be the precursor to today's pet shaming social media trend?
K.C.B is a common abbreviation for Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath, which dates back to Middle Ages. However, in this 1905 glass slide it apparently means Kitten Caught in a Bowl.
A 1905 glass slide shows a lovelorn tabby, dressed to impress with top hat and champagne.
This 1905 glass slide shows an image of a mature moggy dressed in bonnet and eyeglasses.
Four small kittens sitting inside and on top of a cane basket, circa 1905.