Simon’s Cat Artist Simon Tofield Drew The Lucky Ferals! – Amazing Cat Drawing :)

Look at this AMAZING sketch of The Lucky Ferals drawn by Simon’s Cat creator Simon Tofield! It looks just like Stella, Splash, and Simba! Isn’t it the COOLEST THING EVER?!

Visit the Simon’s Cat channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/simonscat

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Lucky Ferals is a daily web series soap opera starring former feral cats Stella and her sons, Splash and Simba, as well as estranged boyfriend Boo. Hydrox, who is maybe Boo's father and the boys' grandfather, makes special appearances as do various other distant or not so distant family members. Subscribe at http://www.youtube.com/luckyferals because feral cats can be fabulous!

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  • I just want to tell you how very much I have enjoyed finding your furry feral friends on youtube. Both of our two first cats were feral. The third one is one we took in off the streets, but there is a possibility the person simply wanted to get rid of her and let her outside most of the time. In any case, I guess the reason I write is because your videos remind me so much of my Raisin aka Baby Boy. We lost him last year to thyroid failure after five years, but the five ones we had with him, he couldn’t have been more spoiled. I will always remember how he would come visit to get his food…until one day, many months later, he let me bring him in. He had survived a winter that got down to 23 degrees. A short time later, a little girl kitty followed him over to our house. We think she may be a kitten of his. We know from a local vet there was a feral cat colony basically across the street from where we lived at the time. She is still with us, her name is Raisinette aka Punky Puss. Her adult purr is just like his was. They are almost identical marking wise and he really did a lot of cleaning on her etc. The one thing I know beyond any doubt about feral cats is how very very grateful they are. He was amazing! Thanks so much for what you are doing to educate people. Sincerely, Lisa Livingston Everett, Wa.