Cryptozoologists have long been searching for photographic proof of the rare Bipedal Half-Cat, a strange and beautiful feline creature with only two limbs and a tail. It's normally far too clever to be photographed by normal means, but a Google Street View car has taken the first known photograph of one.
The Bipedal Half-Cat has been written about a great deal by naturalists and zoologists, being the only bipedal feline and the only mammal not to possess any forelimbs at all. The Half-Cat also differs from other felines with its internal-only ears and much more casual, jaunty gait. Unlike other cats, it does not hunt, preferring instead to buy its food from street vendors, using money it acquires via still-unknown means, though check-kiting is suspected by many researchers.
The Bipedal Half-Cat's closest known relative is the Bipedal Back Half-Cat, which is like the Half-Cat but made up of the back half of a cat, with the genitals and anus forming the animals only means of interaction with the world. This Half-Cat subspecies has never been photographed either, but nobody wants to see it, anyway.
The only other known picture of any half-cat at all is this 1867 daugerrotype of a relative of the Half-Cat, the Colossal Bipedal Half-Cat, which terrorized the city of Lisbon before being killed by several hours worth of cannonfire.