Our Most Famous Internet Cats top nine list at most09.com
The great thing about famous cats is that they do not know they are famous. Unlike people, once they became world notorious, cats don’t get conceited. So, there is no room for gossip and malicious remarks, as long as cats, even renowned and recognized, remain the same.
1. Tardar Sauce
Also known as the “The Grumpy Cat”, Tardar lives in Arizona and she is an internet celebrity. Her picture appeared in The Wall Street Journal and New York Magazine.
2. Colonel Meow
He is the acclaimed owner of a Guinness world record, for the longest fur of a cat. He lived in Seattle, Washington but unfortunately died in 2014, due to heart problems.
Maru lives in Japan. He gained world fame on YouTube featuring in videos where Maru proves to be a great cardboard boxes lover.
Born without the nose bone, Monty turned this physical failing into world loving recognition. He is happily living in Denmark.
His worried yet funny look made him a star not only in U.S. but also in Japan, Australia, and Sweden. His owner says that in spite of the raised eyebrows, Sam is a healthy, playful feline.
Judging by his looks, Garfi seems always ready to strike you down in fury. He has been officially declared the angriest looking cat on the internet.
Laid back, calm, with a perfect moustache, Hamilton (aka The Hipster Cat) is a cool kitty. After he had been abandoned in San Francisco, he met his human pair by chance.
This feline has a perpetual OMG expression on his face, due to a dark spot of fur underneath his mouth. He lives in China but he is never really shocked…
He is one of the many Kitler cats (cats looking like Hitler), but the closest to the model, according to internet fans.