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Fat Louie

Actor in The Princess Diaries

The adorably lazy Fat Louie from The Princess Diaries was played by four different cats: one who allowed people to carry it, one who could sit still, one who could jump, and one who sits on the envelope at the end of the movie. Even cooler, one of the Fat Louie cats was Anne Hathaway’s real life pet!

Fat Louie, aka the unrecognized star of the films, wasn’t just a well-trained Hollywood actor — he was also Anne Hathaway’s in real life pet. Or, at least one of the four cats that played the character was owned by Hathaway. Fun fact, Fat Louie even has an IMDB page.

The Princess Diaries (2001)

Walt Disney Pictures
Starring: Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews, Caroline Goodall
Directed by: Garry Marshall

Synopsis: Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) is an awkward, nerdy 16 year old girl who goes through major changes when she finds out she is the heir apparent to the throne of Genovia and must learn how to become a princess.

Cinema Cat: Mia owns a tuxedo cat named Fat Louie who is seen several times in the movie. We first see Fat Louie when Mia carries him downstairs when she is leaving for school.

The Princess Diaries (2001)



Diana is a Munchkin tuxedo cat with a jet black body and white paws and hair fluff. Her Jewel Eyes are made out of silver diamonds. For her attire, she wears a pink bow to hold up the hair fluff, a lace-trimmed pink shawl and a white pearl necklace with a silver heart-shaped diamond jewel attached around her neck.

In the first series, her overall appearance remains the same, but her eyes are shaped like curves, representing her role as an antagonist.

Diana’s Jewel Charm is shaped like a house; it is a large black diamond with pink ornated swirls on its sides. It has a pink fence at the bottom, decorated with small black diamonds.

According to the official website, Diana is generally depicted as precocious and elegant. She can also be very loyal to her friends and is always there for them.

In Jewelpet, she is very sneaky and very cruel to the Phantom Herb Thieves, the people who work for her. In a few episodes of the series, she is shown to be nicer than usual. She is known as a “dark Jewelpet” in this series, acknowledging her dislike and hatred towards bananas.

In Jewelpet Twinkle☆, just like her first series counterpart, Diana is cruel and boastful around most people, but she is also very loving and loyal to her partner Alma Jinnai.

In Jewelpet Kira☆Deco!, she is a bald wig comedian who highly demands people to make her laugh. She seems like an airheaded Jewelpet at first, but later reveals her true motives and forcefulness in episode 49.

In Jewelpet Happiness, she is initially manipulative to achieve her goals, but after befriending Sachi Hakamada, she becomes a more encouraging and caring companion.

As the Jewelpet of Charisma, Diana’s spells allow humans (mostly girls) to easily attract others, giving them a strong presence and inspire their devotion and loyalty for them. In Lady Jewelpet, her jewel is described as having the power of eternal love and brilliance, as well as purity.

In Jewelpet, Diana is able to cast lightning using her paws.

  • Diana’s jewel motif is the diamond, considered the most valuable gemstone, as well as the hardest material in existence. It is also one of the four precious stones, along with the sapphire, emerald, and ruby.
  • Diana’s birthday is in April, the month correspondent to her jewel.
  • It is also her birthstone’s month.
  • Diana is the second Jewelpet to have an alias (Jill, in Jewelpet Twinkle☆), the first being Dian (Andy Samael in the first series).
  • Both Diana and Dian are the only Jewelpets who were born as siblings. This is only true in the first series’ continuity, however.
  • Both Diana and Luna are voiced by the same Japanese voice actress, which is Rumi Shishido.


Cats Like Felix Like Felix

Felix is the icon of a European brand of cat food currently owned by Nestlé Purina PetCare. It produces wet food in both pouches and tins as well as dry cat biscuits and treats. The brand’s mascot, since 1989, is a black and white tuxedo cat named “Felix”.

How FELIX Brought A Bit Of Happiness To Cat Lovers

Mischievous cat antics combined with cutting-edge AR technology puts the FELIX® brand in a unique position to win hearts and minds of the UK’s cat owners.

The animated black and white cat FELIX® and his love of mischief has been at the heart of Nestlé’s Purina® brand communication for years, and is the UK’s no.1 pet food brand.

Building on this existing strong brand affinity, the start of FELIX®’s ‘#uptomischief’ campaign in 2017 invited consumers to directly engage with the friendly feline for the first time through 3D experiential activations at train stations and events.

Keen to keep driving direct consumer engagement through innovative interaction techniques, in 2019 the FELIX® brand team experimented bringing the much-loved cat to life on smartphones in everyday scenarios through the use of Augmented Reality, with the aim of encouraging cat owners to create their own little bit of ‘FELIX® Mischief’ on their mobiles.

With the onset of 2020’s pandemic, this year’s campaign wanted to reach out to as many of the UK’s millions of cat lovers and owners as possible to try to bring a bit of happiness and smiles at a time when so many are at home due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.

Friendly Feline Delivers Purrfect Result

The ‘#uptomischief’ 2020 campaign delivered brand impact at scale to an audience of almost six million cat lovers, mass awareness of the FELIX® brand and AR effect using the mobile-first formats to Facebook and Instagram cat-loving audiences, as well as taking advantage of AR ads for the effect to be used within the platforms’ Feed environment.

It also showed cat owners were spending on average between 20 and 30 seconds playing with the AR experience in their own homes and were able to use the Facebook technology to save and share their AR experiences with friends and family.

The campaign did not only drive brand affinity but also created meaningful engagement experiences with cat owners. The combination of building a campaign around true consumer insights, a relevant and topical creative, strong focus on an intuitive consumer journey and using cutting-edge technology has led to a multiple award-winning campaign.

Kat Kong

Hyper Godzilla

Kat Kong is a children’s picture book created by Dav Pilkey.

The book parodies King Kong, depicted as a cat. Harcourt Brace & Company published this title in 1993.

According to Pilkey, “The illustrations in this book are manipulated photographic collage, heavily retouched with acrylic paint.”

The photographs of the animals are of Pilkey’s own pets.

The book is dedicated to Nate Howard, who tamed the “savage” cat. As a joke, the book has been rated TS, meaning “Terribly Silly.” The sequel to this book is Dogzilla, which spoofs Godzilla.

Kat Kong was based on Pilkey’s love of monster movies, with King Kong being one of his favorites.[2]

Kat Kong was written shortly after Dogzilla, as Pilkey was inspired by his pet cat, named Blueberry and thought it might be nice to write about her in addition to the family dog.

In order to get the cat to pose, Pilkey had a friend hold her up and blow on the back of her head to make her meow. Pilkey then removed his friend’s fingers and retouched the images of the cat with acrylic paint. Photographs of Pilkey’s pet mice were also used for the images of the mice in the city.

Kitty Softpaws

Puss in Boots

Kitty Softpaws is Puss’ love interest, girlfriend and female counterpart in the DreamWorks Animation movie Puss in Boots. She is voiced by Salma Hayek and like Puss, she speaks with a Spanish accent.

Shrek 2
At the end of Shrek 2 when the characters sing Livin’ la Vida Loca, a black cat can be seen when Puss has his solo in the beginning, though it is not confirmed that it was Kitty Softpaws.

Puss in Boots
In Humpty’s scheme to use Puss, Humpty calls upon Kitty for her talent and manipulation. On the night, Puss tries to rob Jack and Jill, Kitty (in a mask) seems to be after the beans too. Things don’t work well, they end up in a cat club. It’s dance night so instead of just boxing the two cats duke it out with dance. Puss is impressed by the stranger but after slipping milk on his boots he whacks her with a guitar. She takes off the masks and a stunned Puss realizes she’s a female. Puss gets infatuated with this kindred spirit but is furious to see her in alliance with his ex-best friend, Humpty. Kitty charms Puss into helping her steal the golden eggs, but as he explains his history with Humpty, she falls asleep.

Eventually, Puss is convinced to help them steal the eggs, for the sake of San Ricardo and Imelda (the human woman who adopted him as a kitten).

During the adventure, she and Puss became friends. She explains the sad story of how her previous owners declawed her; Puss comforts her with the knowledge that cat people are crazy.

After stealing the golden egg laying gander, she and Puss enjoy a dance, but Humpty warns Kitty not to get too close. The next morning, Puss awakes with everyone gone, thinking Jack and Jill have kidnapped his friends.

Puss travels to his hometown to find Humpty and the evil duo celebrating their swindle. Puss is thrown in jail for his old crime, Kitty watches sadly, realizing that she has fallen in love with Puss.

When Puss finds out from old Jack of the bean stock tale that the mother goose will destroy the town he breaks out of the cell. Kitty comes to help him, which makes him happy but doesn’t make them even. Letting the guards grab her, thinking her booted feet are his, she gets Puss out, making them even.

In the end, the town loves Puss again but he’s still wanted by the law. As he leaves, Kitty is by his side matching his moves to her. She promises they will meet again, sooner than he thinks, then she shows she’s stolen his boots again and takes off after she blows him a kiss. She later becomes Puss’ girlfriend after she and Puss dance briefly then kiss.

Kitty is a black tuxedo cat. She has a white chest, whiskers, muzzle, tail-tip, eyebrows and white paws. Her eyes are bright, deep blue. She wears a brown belt in which she carries a short dagger/sword, along with dark brown boots. Her fur is very thick and smooth. She has no claws on her paws because they were pulled by her former owners.

Cool and well-groomed, Kitty knows how to be persuasive without ever being a damsel in distress. She can be testy but never falters under pressure. At first, she cared only about stealing the golden eggs, but that changes whenever she meets Puss. She is incredibly clever, civilized and persuasive to all, especially to Puss.

She can be sweet whenever she wants to, but destructive at times. It was noted she is called Soft-paws because she can steal things away from people without their ever noticing. She proves this by stealing Puss’s hat, bag of money, and boots, just to tease him at all times. While she and Puss are riding on the wagon, she reveals she doesn’t have any claws.


Chancellor Cat of the Exchequer


Sybil (2006 – 27 July 2009) was a cat living at 11 and 10 Downing Street. Named after Sybil Fawlty from the television show Fawlty Towers, she was the pet of then Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling.

When introduced in September 2007, Sybil, who was black and white, was the first cat at Downing Street since Humphrey was reportedly removed in November 1997, due to Cherie Blair’s aversion to cats. In January 2009, she returned to Edinburgh on 27 July 2009, she died in Edinburgh, after a short illness.



Meowingtons, also known as Professor Meowingtons PhD is a pet cat belonging to Deadmau5. Over the years, he has become a trademark in Deadmau5 related media, such as the Meowingtons Hax Tour being named after him.

The Adventures of Deadmau5 and Prof. Meowingtons PhD

The World’s First Headphones For Cats!

Professor Meowingtons, pHd. had a pair of headphones made just for him by Sol Republic, makers of headphones extraordinaire. Why? To block out the sounds of dogs, of course.

Meowingtons Trademark Dispute
In 2015, Zimmerman attempted to register a trademark for Meowington’s name. However, it got rejected as the trademark was held by an online cat themed retailer called Meowingtons. The site was founded in 2014, leading Zimmerman to petiton against it, citing his pre existing use of the name.

In 2017, Zimmerman was sued by the retailer for trademark infringement and unfair competition. The owner claimed that she did not name the site after his cat. On May 15th, Zimmerman filed a countersuit against the owner with intentions to take down her domain and website.

The dispute was eventually settled in 2018.

Professor Meowingtons PhD Facebook

Cait Sith

Final Fantasy Character

Cait Sith is a playable character from Final Fantasy VII. He is a robotic cat created and controlled by Reeve. Cait Sith is also a summonable character, weapon, and costume design in other Final Fantasies.

Cait Sith is a cat that rides on a giant stuffed Moogle. He randomly decides to join up with the party when they reach Gold Saucer for the first time and ends up double-crossing the team when they track down the Keystone. He then makes up for this lapse in judgement by sacrificing himself to help the team obtain the Black Materia in the Temple of the Ancients.

Cait Sith stays with the party the whole time after he joins them in Gold Saucer, but his attacks have a huge range of randomness to them. While they can unexpectedly hit for much higher than expected, the reverse is sometimes true, and they end up hitting for much lower than anticipated.

Cait Sith
Cait Sith (Final Fantasy VII)
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Wiki Guide
Cait Sith Appearances


Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office

Humphrey (c. 1988 – March 2006) was a cat employed as the Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office at 10 Downing Street, the official residence of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, from October 1989 to 13 November 1997.

Arriving as a one-year-old stray, he served under the premierships of Margaret Thatcher, John Major and Tony Blair, retiring six months after the Blairs moved into Downing Street He was the successor to Wilberforce. Humphrey was frequently referred to in jest by the press as an actual employee at Number 10.

Humphrey was found as a stray by a Cabinet Office civil servant and named in honour of Sir Humphrey Appleby, the archetypal civil servant of Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister. After the death of the previous mouser, Wilberforce, in 1988 the Cabinet Office and Number 10 were in need of a replacement and so Humphrey began his work.[citation needed]

At a cost of about £100 a year (paid for from the Cabinet Office’s budget), most of which went towards food, Humphrey was said to be of considerably better value than the Cabinet’s professional pest controller, who charged £4,000 a year and is reported to have never caught a mouse.

Frequently pictured posing by the famous Number 10 front door, Humphrey’s primary duties involved catching mice and rats in the maze of Downing Street buildings. The poor quality of the buildings, some of which date from the 16th century,[4] and the nearby St. James’s Park ensure a continuous vermin problem. By the time of his retirement, Humphrey had risen to the position of Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office.

In November 1993, an internal memo was circulated in the Cabinet Office informing staff that Humphrey was suffering from a minor kidney complaint and had been put on a special diet. A ban on feeding him treats was instituted. Humphrey was accused on 7 June 1994, of having killed four robin chicks, which were nesting in a window box outside the office of John Major, then Prime Minister. However, Major exonerated him the next day, declaring, “I am afraid Humphrey has been falsely accused.”

It was not until March 2006 that he was finally cleared: journalist George Jones of The Daily Telegraph admitted that his piece in the paper’s diary column had been no more than “journalistic licence” printed with no supporting evidence In September 1994, Humphrey was found in St James’s Park and was blamed for having “savaged” a duck there, earlier in the year..

In June 1995, Humphrey went missing. Downing Street did not disclose the fact until it was mentioned to Sheila Gunn, a journalist on The Times, after Gunn told a member of staff that her own cat had died. Gunn’s story was mentioned on the front page.

The publicity led to his rediscovery in the nearby Royal Army Medical College, where he had been taken in as a presumed stray and renamed PC, short for “patrol cat”. Upon his return, Humphrey issued a statement through the civil service stating, “I have had a wonderful holiday at the Royal Army Medical College, but it is nice to be back and I am looking forward to the new parliamentary session’..

Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office