Sep 02 2017

Cats In Popular Culture

Wacky pets are always fun to watch in movies and television shows. Here are some fan favorite cats we’ve seen on screen, ranked from 1-10!

 

10. Smelly Cat (Friends, 1994-2004)417603859_small

Phoebe’s song, “Smelly Cat”, made this little guy famous.

 

 

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9.  Hello Kitty (Hello Kitty, 1974)

Hello Kitty is a style icon. We’d sure love to give this little kitty a cuddle.

 

 

 

8. Snowball (The Simpsons, 1989-present)simpsonsworld_social_og_snowball_1200x1200

Snowball really tests the saying, “cats have nine lives.”

 

 

 

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7. Thomas O’Malley (The Aristocats, 1970)

This friendly tomcat has the rhythm and blues for anyone feeling down. We’d love to dance with this cool cat! After all, a cat’s the only cat who knows where it’s at.

 

 

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6. Mr. Bigglesworth (Austin Powers, 1997-2002)

This evil kitty is the pet of the evil… well, Dr. Evil. He has a special place in our hearts– especially since losing all his fur in the first film!

 

 

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5. Keyboard Cat (Youtube, 2007)

This internet phenomenon has become extremely popular, ever since his debut on Youtube all the way up to his feature on Jimmy Kimmel in “Ameowadeus”.

 

 

 

4. Salem (Sabrina The Teenage Witch, 1996-2003)Salem

Salem is witty, relatable, and adorable all in one little furry package. Whoever said black cats were bad luck sure never met Salem!

 

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3. The Cat In The Hat (The Cat In The Hat, 1957/2003)

Though this chapeau-adorned feline is a whole lot of trouble, he makes up for it by destroying your house with his 2 Things. Oh, uh… all in good fun, right?

 

 

2. Cheshire Cat (Alice In Wonderland, 1951/2010)8099b81af638a6f1abb0011ce9d6de8b--alice-tim-burton-cheshire-cat-tim-burton

If this debonair smile can’t charm you, nothing will.

 

 

 

1. Garfield (Garfield, 1978)téléchargement

A cat that craves lasagna 24/7, and is basically all of us on Mondays. #relatable.

 

 

 

What do you think? Let us know in the comments!

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