Movie star cats, TV show felines, famous celebrity kitties, kitty celebrities and well known kittens from comic strips and morning cartoons also.
Famous Cats
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MTM kitten - (from Pet Care Tips)
 It is the corporate symbol of the television production company, Mary Tyler Moore Enterprises. The little tabby (one of the agency members), has been the signature of the

companys programs since 1970. It is a parody of Leo the Lion, who has been adding its roar of approval in movies made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer since the 1930s. Mimsey was born in 1968 and died in 1988

The story was originally written by the Brothers Grimm but has since been drawn in cartoons, plays have been written about him and he even starred in the movie Shrek II.
Puss'n'Boots wore long boots and a hat. He outwitted an ogre and a king

to help his owner get a castle and marry a princess.

A recent BBC poll voted Bagpuss the nation's favourite BBC children's TV show of all time. Old cloth cat Bagpuss and his friends rescue and mend the items that Emily brings to their shop that doesn't actually sell
anything. When young Emily brings them a new object, the toys come to life to work out what the strange new thing could possibly be.

A gray cat who lived in Hollywood, was a true motion picture old timer having worked with such classic silent movie greats as Charlie Chaplin, fatty Arbuckle and the Keystone Kops.

 Was a motion picture and television star. An orange and black tabby, Orangey made his cinematic debut in 1952 in the title role of Rhubarb, and won the Patsy Award in 1952 and again in 1962. Orangey also appeared in Gigot and Breakfast at Tiffanys, and the television series, Our Miss Brooks.

 Was a white Chinchilla longhair who became a movie star in such films as Diamonds are Forever, and Clockwork Orange.
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  Thousands of years ago, cats were worshipped as gods. We have never forgotten it.

They love me!
They really love me!