According to Urban Dictionary, a catloaf is “when a cat sits in the shape of a loaf of bread.” The next logical step, then, is to create an actual catloaf made of bread, which is exactly what Lou Lou P, a creative baker and food artist in the UK, has done.

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With some relatively moldable dough and some food paint, you too could be the proud owner of a catloaf, though it may prove to be too cute to eat. You can also make kittenloaves too, just like she did for Mother’s day! Lou Lou P recommends using this bunny bread recipe by Donna Currie.

If you want to see a wonderfully twisted world of baked goods, be sure to check out Lou Lou P’s Delights’ Facebook page. Judging by the beautifully twisted food art she creates, she’s a great fan of all things horror, sci-fi and burlesque!

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“I adore the Catloaf expression – I have always had cats,” Lou Lou P told Bored Panda. “I currently have 5 rescue puds ranging from 18 months to 20years”

“These days I prefer to challenge myself through creating ridiculous bakes which I then photograph for others to enjoy online. Make no mistake though, everything remains edible and delicious”

“It is about problem solving. It is about understanding your materials/ingredients, their limitations and their possibilities”