The man, named only as Aleksandr, inked the animal, which he calls Demon, himself in the city of Yekaterinburg in central Russia'.Aleksandr, who has 10 tattoos on his own body, has given his hairless pet four major tattoos on its sides and chest.
He said that he had to give Demon an anaesthetic so that he could stand the pain of the ink needle and admitted that he might not have been doing the right thing.
"Of course I feel pity for doing it to him. It's not like he wanted to do it himself. He has a different skin, so tattoos are applied differently.
"I hope it is not too bad for him, it is not his first tattoo. Usually he feels fine and recovers from the anaesthesia pretty fast."
The drug turns off the movement of the cat, but the brain is still working. If he does it frequently, it could affect its heart."