So what happens when you combine the two?
The images below, taken during WWII of Nazi soldiers with cats, show a different perspective of the horrors of war. It's strange how these monsters of the Third Reich suddenly become humanized when accompanied by felines.
Paul McCartney once said, "You can tell a man's true nature by the way he treats his fellow animals."
Considering the atrocities committed by the Germans in WWII, that theory should probably be reconsidered ...
Waffen-SS officer holding two kitties.
"I don't want to be pet today, Mr. Wehrmact officer!"
Luftwaffe officer coddles tabby.
Wehrmact officer is helped with paperwork by a feline friend.
Wehrmact soldier resting and sharing rations with three cats.
Kitty takes a peek inside wehrmact soldier's ration tin.
Waffen-SS soldier from the Handschar division hanging out with a furry friend.
Double the pleasure, double the cute for these two wehrmact soldiers taking a break from battle.
Always remember that curiosity killed the cat.
A box full of cuteness for this wehrmact officer and his friend.
An Afrika Korps soldier poses with friends.
Luftwaffe officer sitting inside his cockpit with a lion cub.
Some notable photos of NAZIs with other cute animals.
Is that a bird on this Waffen-SS officer's shoulder and a fox in his pocket???
Dude, is that a squirrel on your shoulder?
How much does this blow your mind? Hitler. Adolf Hitler - as in the most evil man on the earth like ever - feeding Bambi.