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Puddle of Pubcat

What could be more inviting than the underside of Malcolm and a pint?

Congratulation due to the proud pubcat on the arrival of his pubkittens.

Aussie Barcats

These pubcat stereotypes have come all the way from Australia to work in a pub.


It's very important to keep your fishies warm, and where better than under a furry belly? Well, funny you should ask...

Sound Check

Mell introduces us to music lover Frankie: "There Ain't No Such Thing as a Free Lunch, unless you're Frankie, the Tanstaafl's beloved pub cat. When she's not napping next to the cash register or sunning herself in the window, Frankie is a fan of the bar's live music. She is definitely in charge at the Tanstaafl and is gracious enough to let the rest of us hang out there."

"She is 14 and was found outside the bar by the owner when she was only a few weeks old." Sounds like she turned up on the right doorstep.

Essential Ingredients

A truly a great pub must have three things:

  1. Real Ale
  2. Open Fire
  3. Pubcat

The Mitre is full of WIN.

Talk To Me Goose

According to @bar_bint Goose doesn't live at The Charlotte Despard, but in true Pubcat style he just wanders in an acts like he owns the place. This is his 'supreme leader impression' which is most imperious, but he also does a nice line in barmat and feather-duster.

Grand Old Pubcat

Ben says "Tiger is an old lady by cat standards but can still be found visiting the Beer Garden when not asleep inside the pub. She is able to open the door from the outside to let herself in but does not have the knack of closing it again."


This bar in Amsterdam serves a basket of ginger cat with your La Chouffe. Mmmmm.

Plant-hire Cat Turned Pubcat

The brilliantly named CraigDavid was taken in to the Free Trade Inn after he was found hanging around outside in the snow. A former resident of a plant hire compound, one regular kindly cleaned the oil off him and he now looks fluffy as nature intended.

Now he enjoys sitting on a barstool or next to the bulky red hot radiator and even has his own catnip pint of beer!

The fluffy CraigDavig has his own Facebook page.

Security by Professional Doorcat

Othello is likes to sit up high by the door so he’s well placed to keep an eye on the punters coming and going. Delyse says he’s very popular with the clients, except when he tries to join in with a game of snooker.

So what’s Othello’s door policy? If your lap’s not comfy, you’re not coming in.

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