In some households, where large cats, loving to sleep on their humans, live, these humans have a happy chance to celebrate Halloween every night
Henry Fuseli, the great Swiss and British artist, was so lucky to try Our night magic on himself. Then he created this masterpiece:
And if you still not celebrating it, We are coming to your house!
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat
P.S. The great artist appreciated Our night charms so much, that he previously, in 1781, created another version of the painting:
The painting finds its place in the Detroit Institute of Arts, but they suggest only a commonly known version without the cat for public exposure, just because they find the true version too scary!