Combo photo shows cats wearing cosplay costumes in Bogor.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
Fashion and style is something that brings about a huge lifestyle change.
Even if it means for cats.
A former Indonesian schoolteacher, Fredi Lugina Priadi, found his calling when he realised he enjoyed dressing up cats in fashionable outfits.
Priadi creates unique costumes and cosplay outfits for cats, making them look absolutely adorable.
With lots of family and friends who are cat lovers and owners, Priadi started dressing up the cats in his vicinity for a start.
What started off in a fun fashion ended up becoming his career option.
The 39-year-old cat fashion designer supplies costumes for cats all around the area.
Other than costumes like superheroes he also dresses them up in the traditional Islamic outfit for ladies, the hijab.
"At first, my cousins who love cats gave me the idea to make these costumes and I thought it was weird," said Fredi.
He now has regular cat owners as customers who order much in advance so they get to dress their cats for the occasion.
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