How to dress like an animal when you’re a cat?

The cat fashion scene has exploded in the last few years with the popularity of cat-inspired apparel and accessories.

With a growing trend for the cat in general and cat fashion in particular, cat-fashion fashion blogger and fashion blogger, Mina Mihali, is bringing cats into the world.

She started her blog, Fashion Cat, in 2016 and has since been featured in several fashion publications including Vogue and New York Times.

“It’s really hard to find a cat fashion magazine with cats in the lead, so it’s been a lot of fun,” Mihari told BuzzFeed News.

“You can’t really do anything to your cat, but I think cats have a lot to offer.”

With the growing popularity of cats, Mihalei has created a blog called Fashion Cat to help others get started in fashioning cats.

In the book, she tells her cat story, giving a glimpse into the lives of her pet and how she feels about cats in general.

Mihala, a cat lover since birth, started her site in 2016 to showcase cats that she loves.

The first post, titled Fashion Cat: A Pet’s Tale, was released on December 11, 2016 and the blog has since seen more than 1.5 million visits and more than 4,000 likes.

The blog has also attracted a number of celebrities, including Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham, who have featured cats in their Instagram and Facebook posts.

Muhali says that cat-themed fashion is a trend that is growing in popularity.

“People are finding it really appealing,” she said.

“I think people really want to dress cat, and they don’t have to be fancy to do it.

People are actually finding it fun and easy to wear cats, and people are really into it.”

Mihalas favorite cat is Chico, a six-month-old cat that she named after her favorite band, New Order.

“Chico is such a wonderful cat, it’s so much fun to dress up and have him dress up,” she explained.

“We have him on every front and he loves it, and it’s fun to do a costume party or a costume day for him.

I think it’s just so cool that we can wear him in the cat videos.”

While the cat fashion world has seen an explosion of cats since Mihalo started her fashion blog, Muhalo says that she doesn’t think cats are the only ones creating the trend.

“Cat-inspired fashion is just a big part of fashion right now, but it’s also growing,” she told BuzzFeed.

“There’s a lot more cat-based brands coming out, and I think that’s exciting.”