HTTP status codes expressed as cats

HTTP Status Cats

We will now never forget what 450 means

There's plenty of weird and wonderful things online, which can serve as helpful resources and/or brilliant sources of web design inspiration (opens in new tab). And HTTP Status Cats API is no exception. It's the work of developer Rogério Vicente who realised that this is, of course, the easiest way to remember what all the codes mean. The above image ensures that we will all know what 450 means, forever. Great work!

Here are some more of our favourite Status Cats:

HTTP Status Cats

405: Method definitely not allowed

HTTP Status Cats

400: Bad request

HTTP Status Cats

100: Continue

HTTP Status Cats

426: Upgrade required

Words: Tanya Combrinck

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