Today We, Zarathustra the Cat, proudly present Our newest revelation, the true version of the famous Chair by Vincent Van Gogh:
The commonly known version of the painting, to be seen at the National Gallery of London, is supposed to be a surrogate portrait, representing the personality of the artist.
But who can better express a human’s personality than their cat?
On the true version, you may see vast improvements: the pipe from the commonly known painting is pushed down on the floor, and tobacco from the pouch is scattered on the floor and the large ginger cat occupies proudly the chair.
Thus the impressively sitting cat expresses his care about his human’s health.
The noble animal looks bravely in the future, anticipating his servant’s return, his portrait created, and his tasty fee for modeling consummated.
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat