Hiro, I don't think you understood Chris579's post... Chris didn't
say that cat bonsai as a whole is sick or sad, just this one website.
As Chris said in the second post, this site, which you apparently did not check out, is a hoax. The methods depicted obviously wouldn't work, and have never been used in feline bonsai.
Among other things, cats are shown being placed into a single rigid container instead of individual molds being placed on various parts of the cat's anatomy while others are encased in fabric wrappings. Obviously, this wouldn't work: the hoaxster even says as much by stating that the cat's excrements could not leave its body. Also, the tools described are entirely wrong, the time frame is too fast, the exceptional difficulty of minimizing tooth size is never mentioned, etc. etc.
Plus, the cats are described as being molded into geometric shapes,
which have nothing to do with true feline bonsai tradition, which either merely creates a miniature cat or uses animal shapes such as turtles, frogs or fish. Apart from the fact that I'm not even sure geometric forms could work, why would anybody want a cat shaped like a cube?
I assume that http://www.bonsaikitten.com
site was meant as a clever insider joke that should never have left the cat bonsai community. The tone used in the descriptions, for instance, is an excellent parody of a certain bonsai grandmaster (whom I shall not mention by name), but people not familiar with the culture would not understand the references and in-jokes, and therefore come to the conclusion that forming cats into shapes that please the eye is sick.
If the site has become known outside the feline bonsai community, perhaps the hidden references should be explained on the site, or the address of a legitimate instruction center provided?