Armors created for cats and mice. Canadian artist Jeff de Boer decided that animals can also be gladiators and medieval knights, thus they should have their own defense costumes. It took him from 10 to 100 hours to create each armor. Jeff used silver, wood and bronze for his art works that cost up to $2000 per unit. The funny fact is that this artist actually tried to dress a cat in one of his costumes but failed, as the animal scratched him. Good, he didn’t repeat this dressing experiment with mice.