This is going to put a few backs up, but here goes. I have always thought that cats are the most selfish, self-centred, egotistical animals on the face of this Earth. They only want to know you if they want something, the rest of the time they don’t want anything to do with you because quite frankly human beings are dumber than them and have no place in the food-chain. Cat’s are the upper-class snobs of the animal world.
This has now been confirmed in cartoon form. Introducing James the Cat.
You just have to listen to the lyrics of the opening theme to know that this cartoon cat is as full of himself as your own cat (if you own one that is, if not borrow a neighbours). According to James, he’s had fame, money, and all that. AND ALL THAT??? James’s attitude stinks. He talks about money as it’s just one of those things that you happen to own. It’s of no importance (although, what a cat is doing with money is beyond me).
Anyway, James as you would suspect is snotty rich puddytat. He lives at number 104, the corner house with his friends. And his friends are a tad odd. Just to pick one of them out from the crowd, Frieda a kangaroo. Now you don’t tend to find too many kangaroos living in the back garden. Come to think of it, you don’t tend to find too many self-centred talking cats either, but that’s beside the point.
To summarise the plot – Opening theme – James makes out that he is better than everyone else – James has a plan to do something, where of course he has to be the leader – someone has a flashback and tells everyone else how it’s suppose to be done – James makes out that he is better than everyone else – Closing theme – I dislike cats even more than I did before I saw the program.