By now, you’ve probably heard the term “cat tattoo” thrown around in the football world.
It refers to a cat’s collar that can be used for identification.
But this tattoo is far more than that.
It is also a way of communicating to other people that you are a cat lover.
Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera has published an interview with tattoo artist Carlo Scafetta that explains how this is done.
Scafetti is a tattoo artist from the city of Turin, Italy.
He has a tattoo of the cat’s paw on his neck.
The tattoo is painted in a dark shade of blue that looks like it was taken from the cat, Scafettas eyes are black, and his ears are purple.
It reads: “I am a Cat.
I love you.”
The tattoo was inspired by the tattoo that was created by artist Giuseppe Rizzuto in the mid-1990s.
The tattoo was originally done on Scafini, but then he asked for permission to create a cat tattoo for his son.
The artist then asked his son if he wanted to make it a tattoo, which he did.
It now reads: I love you.
My name is Scafella and I love cats.
You are my new favorite dog.
Scalfetti said that he started tattooing the cat as a way to show his love for cats.
He said that it made him laugh and make a connection between his son and his beloved cats.
The tattoo is very similar to the tattoo artist’s creation, but the details are very different.
Scabetta told Corrieren della sera that he is not a cat fan.
“I don’t have a cat, but I love the cat,” he said.
“The tattoo has become a way for me to show my love for the cat.
The cats have a very special relationship with me.
When I see them, they tell me the truth about my heart.”
The cat tattoo has a very different meaning in Italy, however.
In Italy, tattooing is considered taboo and even considered a crime.
Scafettes son, who is an artist, told Corrieere dello Sera that the tattoo was done in an effort to keep his family in good health.
He was a little worried about the consequences of the tattoo, but Scafotti assured his son that his tattoo would not harm his children.
He told Correere dellos newspaper that he would not ever put a tattoo on a cat.
You can read the full interview with Scafitto here: