Ultra-realistic animal masks is the coolest thing to own and some find it "terrifying" but most find these masks totally "adorable", as seen with Japan's viral gigantic wearable felt cat heads.
A Japanese creative genius Shindo Rinka is working with a Japanese modeling workshop 91 (pronounced kyuu-ii) to take things one step further by making that creepy / cute blend for owners of adorable fur babies.
You can see an example of a finished product modeled after Rui, a bengal cat who lives in Kyoto.
Applicants submit a photo of their pet for reference, where expert craftsmen will create and sculpt a super lifelike replica headgear mold, "fur" is applied and then the patterns and colors of your pet are filled in in detail... and you're ready to become your cat's terrifyingly realistic doppelganger.
As of now, the only way to purchase one is through an online contact form on the Shindo website (you fill out your information and check the box that says "My Family"). While you can try your hand in English, there's no word of international shipping or language service available, so those serious about inquiries may want some Japanese help. They are quoted at the price of 300,000 JPY ($2,712.60 USD) plus shipping.
You can see a little bit of the headgear in "action" in the below video.