One of the many players who have taken to the internet in the twenty-two years since Fallout's release in 1997 to express their love for the series is a furry, four-legged creature. There is a plethora of fan-made content based on Bethesda's renowned post-apocalyptic genre, and many creators have taken a more original approach. \n \nThis year marks the 25th anniversary of Fallout, and Bethesda has been keen to celebrate with the community over the entire month of October. Fans of the franchise have taken to Twitter to celebrate Fallout's 25th birthday and express gratitude for the positive impact the series has had on their life using the hashtag #Fallout25. One fan even went so far as to secretly hide Vault Boy bobbleheads from Fallout 3, demonstrating just how dedicated their fanbase is. \n \nBethesda has been holding this continuing event to show their appreciation, during which they have released and teased new content, promoted massive sales, and highlighted play-made posts. \n \nLike a nod to the #Fallout hashtag, one Twitter user dressed up their calico cat as a miniature vault dweller, replete with a bullet bandolier, goggles, and a Pip-Boy strapped to its front leg. By now a seasoned model, the cat assumes a dramatic position while surveying its surroundings—a posture any person who has spent time in a vault can relate to after a day spent in the Wasteland. \n \nIt's worth noting that this cute canine cosplayer isn't the first to dress up as a character from the Fallout series. So it's no surprise that real dogs have cosplayed as the canine companions of the renowned RPG series, including Dogmeat from Fallout 4 and Rex from Fallout: New Vegas. It's fantastic to see fans' dogs getting in on the Fallout franchise fun, and with more games in the series on the way, there shouldn't be a shortage of animals for them to cosplay.