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In this page I will collect some little things that a Cats-fan could find interesting.

The Cats stamp. It was printed in January 12th 2000 and it represents the Rum Tum Tugger!

Cats Icons. They were drawn in a superdeformed manga style. Thanks to Idiosylph for having told me about them (click here to visit her website).

The Jellicle Moon... well, really it's a gif-animation of a complete lunar cycle. Thanks to Kid that suggested me that link. On February 27th 2002, the Moon was in her position that's closest to the Earth, so it was brighter than usual, a perfect Jellicle Moon. Here is a quote from Carbucketty, who had posted it on the Cats Forum: "The earth reaches perihelion when it is winter in the Northern Hemispehere and summer in the south... When will the summer's day delay...when will time flow away... I'm not sure that's an accurate quote but, if the moon because of its brightness at perihelion in the winter is the Jellicle moon, then Cats takes place not in London, but a Southern Hemisphere city... (I think it was even brighter in the Winter of 00-01? The moon reached it's closest point to the earth and the sun)".

Femi Taylor in Star Wars. Do you know Femi Taylor, the dancer who first performed Tantomile in 1981 and who performs Exotica in the Cats Video? Well, during her career she also acted in Star Wars, performing Oola, the slave-dancer who dances for Jabba the Hutt.

Cats mentioned in an Italian comic-book. On an issue of Lazarus Ledd, a popular Italian monthly comic-book, the author mentions Cats and, as he is a friend of mine, he also introduces, as one of the characters, my queen Morgana.

Interview to Karl Warden. The Cincinati Enquirer interviewed Karl Warden, the performer who plays the role of Macavity in the USA Tour which is actually taking place.