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12 Disney Cats So Cute They’ll Make You a Cat Person

If you are a cat person, you will love these photos of Disney cats. If you are not a cat person, you will glance upon these photos and immediately change your ways. Seriously, there is nothing cuter than a Disney cat. We often wish we could take all of these cats home with us to be our best cat friends forever and ever.

 

First, let’s start with the cats from The Aristocats. Take a look at this cuteness:
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This is Toulouse. No big deal, he’s just painting a masterpiece while being adorable at the same time.

 

Then there’s Toulouse’s sister Marie:
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She knows how to wear a pink bow like nobody’s business. She has also mastered the art of being lovable and sassy at the same time.

 

And if those two couldn’t get any cuter, let’s take a look at their brother Berlioz:
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Berlioz is sporting a red bow tie (fashion goals). He is also playing some sort of complex classical masterpiece on the piano and not looking at all concerned about it.

 

If you’re not quite convinced that these three are absolutely darling, here’s a picture of them trying to get through a door:
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No one has ever made getting caught in a door look more charming.

 

Oh, and here’s a picture of them walking, in perfectly synchronized adorableness:
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We think you get the picture. These cats are cute, and we want to cuddle them ASAP.

 

Next, let’s take a look at Oliver from Oliver & Company:
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We can’t even handle the cuteness. BRB, booking a trip to New York City to find Oliver and give him a hug.

 

Don’t worry, there’s more where that came from. Here’s Figaro from Pinocchio:
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Just look at that smile. Figaro is cute, loyal, and a little mischievous at the same time. We recommend you re-watch Pinocchio and closely examine the moments when Figaro prances around. It will warm your heart.

 

A newer addition to the cute Disney cat family is none other than Angel Kitty from Toy Story That Time Forgot:
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The tiny trumpet and halo is enough to win us over. And then Angel Kitty says, “The joy that you give to others, is the joy that comes back to you.” And we melt. Adorable and wise.

 

Shifting gears, let’s take a look at Yzma as a cat in The Emperor’s New Groove:
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Although she is clearly up to no good, her evil laugh is just about the most adorable thing we’ve ever heard. We would hug her, but she would probably try to turn us into a llama.

 

A cat who is clearly not evil is Rufus from The Rescuers:
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He has a moustache. He is wearing spectacles and a scarf. We’ll just leave it at that.

 

Ready for more? Of course you are. Take a gander at this adorable kitty from Alice in Wonderland:
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Her name is Dinah and she seems to understand everything Alice says, and always reacts appropriately. She is also a strong contender for best pink cat bow.

 

Now let’s take a look at some tigers, starting with our friend Rajah from Aladdin:
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Rajah may seem tough, but he has a big heart. He also makes faces like the above which completely win us over.

 

And of course, when it comes to tigers, we always think of Tigger:
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The wonderful thing about Tigger is that not only is he adorable, but his bounce game is unparalleled.

 

Finally, no cute Disney cat list would be complete without baby Simba:
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Specifically, sneezing baby Simba. We can’t even handle how precious he is. No wonder all of the animals in the kingdom bow to him when Rafiki holds him up. He’s the cutest cub in the entire Circle of Life.

 

We could go on and on about Disney cats, but we think we’ve made a really strong case as to why everyone should be a cat person. You’re welcome, readers. And thank you, Disney cats.

 

Which Disney cats do you think are the cutest? Tell us in the comments!

Posted 6 years Ago
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