When recent University of California Berkeley graduates Wenqing Yan and Victoria Hu founded Axent Wear, they wanted to sell headphones.
“One of the things that we ended up changing, through feedback from our friends on Facebook, was they wanted bigger cans — over the ear instead of on the ear,” says Hu. “A lot of people were requesting that.”
The end result is a pair of headphones that look suspiciously like a cat. We all know that cats consider themselves to be superior to humans and now that humans can wear cat headphones, that seems to be further proof that humans would rather be cats. After all, when was the last time you saw a cat trying to mimic a person?