Simon’s Cat’s Christmas
Simon’s Cat cartoons have been watched by more than 200 million people on YouTube.
They are usually accompanied by a caption that says something along the lines of: ‘A demanding cat goes to great lengths in order to become the centre of attention.’
But for his latest, Christmas-themed capers, Simon’s Cat is actually trying to avoid being detected.
A new cartoon, released exclusively to MailOnline ahead of its general release tomorrow, shows the cat trying to sneak through a window to deprive his owner of his Christmas dinner.
The video opens with a cat peering in through a window, looking at a table set with Christmas crackers and decorations.
When his owner ‘Simon’ walks into the room with a huge turkey, though, the cat begins to get more agitated.
He desperately tries to squeeze through a gap under the window. And when he finally manages to get in, promptly replaces the turkey with his own Christmas dinner – a boring can of cat food.
Simon’s Cat’s most popular video sees him trying any technique he can to wake up his owner. It has been watched more than 23 million times.
The latest cartoon clip, Catnap, received a million views in just two days, and is currently ranked in first place on the Pets & Animals list.
The videos are just one side of the cat’s comedy ways, though.
Source: Daily Mail