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Welcome to the Simon's Cat Youtube channel! Don't forget to subscribe! If you're already a fan on YouTube, why not check out our Facebook page too! Simon's Cat is an animated series featuring the mischievous and often hilarious antics of a fat white cat and his owner Simon. One of the most popular animated channels on YouTube, this is definitely a channel to subscribe to! The channel includes:Simon's Cat Films - Short, funny animations that observe life as a cat owner.Simon's Cat Logic - A fun and informative series that looks at why cats do the silly things they do, and what we can do to help them live happy and healthy lives.Simon's Cat 'How To': Tutorials on how to draw and animate in Simon's Cat style.Simon's Cat: Behind the Scenes: Sneak peek into the work we do. Have you visited the official Simon's Cat website? Stay connected with Simon's Cat on your favourite websites:Facebook: Want to see more of our Black & White films? Want to know more about the history of Simon's Cat? FAQs: Q.

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The movements and behaviour of Simon the cat are so realistic it's almost scary. As a cat owner I can totally relate to this. A very fun animated comic I recommend to anybody. by tammster Oct 17

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