If you are a cat-lover who likes the show "Downton Abbey," you might just love this.
New York animal rescue Pets Alive has created a nearly shot-for-shot remake of the "Downton Abbey" opening credits using adoptable cats.
The name of the project? "Downton Tabby," of course.
Check it out in this Buzz 60 video.
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For those who don't watch the show, here's the opening credits so you can compare:
And if you loved that remake, you might love this, too.
Massachusetts artist Kim Parkhurst has created animal portraits of the Downton Abbey characters in a body of work called "Houndton Tabby."
In her work, Lady Mary Crawley (played by Michelle Dockery) becomes a Borzoi; Mr. Carson (played by Jim Carter) becomes a Clumber spaniel; and Violet Crawley (played by Maggie Smith) is a Sphynx cat.
Check out Parkhurst's digital paintings at dailymail.co.uk.
What do you think of the Pets Alive remake? And Parkhurst's portraits?