Simon’s Cat Asks… Nala

Have you met the adorable Nala cat?! One of the most famous cats of the Internet we asked her a couple of questions about a cat’s life, her mom and her fans.

Simon’s Cat Asks… Nala the Snow Cat!

We discovered Nala (the cat who loves snow!) when a Simon’s Cat fan shared a link to Nala’s YouTube video on our latest Facebook post featuring our new film ‘Snow Cat’. (We do read comments when we have time!). We absolutely loved watching Nala go crazy for snow balls with her gorgeous big fluffy coat and tail. Nala is …

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Simon’s Cat Asks… Fat Cat Art!

Fat Cat Art – a series of famous paintings and films, (sorry, we mean Meowvies) that are “improved with a ginger cat with attitude”. Zarathustra is a “Mews to the Great Artists” that weighs “10 kilograms of pure undisturbed joy”, who claims to be able to time travel. They have meet some of the greatest artists and thinkers of the world and also …

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Simon’s Cat Asks… Pudge

Pudge is an Exotic Shorthair cat with more than 50,000 fans across the internet. Her internet fame began on the mobile application, Instagram, where her fans became obsessed with the daily pictures of Pudge just looking adorable for the camera or caught making a funny face. Her fame spread across the web and she was even featured in the first annual Internet Cat Video Film Festival held last summer in Minnesota.

Simon’s Cat Asks – Henri Le Chat Noir

  Simon’s Cat first discovered Henri Paw de Deux when he won the “Golden Kitty Award” at the first ever Internet Cat Film Festival. Henri, known to his owner Will Baden as Henry, is a shelter cat, adopted from the Seattle Animal Shelter. Will says “We sort of implied that is also true for the Henri …

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Simon’s Cat Asks… Spangles, the cross eyed cat

Late last year the Simon’s Cat Team discovered Spangles ‘the cross eyed kitty’ after he had become a bit of an internet sensation with his fancy dressing and unforgettable face. His owner Mary took Spangles in 3 years ago when an ex neighbour moved. They couldn’t take him with them, Mary thought that “he was …

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