Once, We, Zarathustra the Cat, visited Albrecht Dürer in his studio. The great master was painting his portrait, this one:
We decided to be helpful as we, cats, use to be, and perched on the painter’s laps.
On Our noble way, We pushed down his palette, but this was a low price for Our generous help.
Actually, the painter started to look a bit melancholic and gazed into the future without confidence. You may notice it if you have a look at the commonly known version of the masterpiece at the wall of Alte Pinakothek, Munich
So we added Our best smug look to the painting. Now a spectator should understand: anyway, everything’s gonna be alright.
Trust Us, humans!
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat