– Your cat has
her own Twitter account. – She does. I love my cat.
My little cat Ollie. There she is.
audience: Aw. – I know. Yeah.
– She’s very pretty. – She’s very angry on Twitter. She gets–
[laughter] People insult her, and that– just look at
her angry little face. – [laughs] What did you do
to make her angry like that? – Well, I shared a picture
of her. I’m cuddling her. But sometimes,
if you hold a cat wrong or it’s walking away,
it shows its tuppence. – Ah.
Mine don’t do that. – Don’t they?
– They don’t hiss at me, no. – No, I mean, they–
her lady parts. – Oh, is that what
a tuppence is? – Yeah.
– Oh, sorry. – Yeah, her little front garden. – I see.
Her–her front garden? – [laughing] – I–no.
– Yeah, so she was furious. – I see.
– Yeah. There. [laughter]
– Well, you shouldn’t– – She was trying to cover it up,
but– – Yeah.
[laughter] So she’s very angry.
– [laughing] Oh, God. – You love her so much
that you now– it seems that you can understand
her meows. – Yeah, she’s got four or five. There’s the,
“Where have you been?” There’s the, “Tuna.
I want tuna now.” There’s the, “Brush me.” She comes over, and she sort of
head butts me, and– she’s very fickle though. ‘Cause I’ll brush her,
and she’ll be loving it. It’s like she’s–
every part, she– I brush her,
and I’ve had enough brushing. Then I sort of do that
to stroke her, and she bites me. She just goes,
“We said ‘brushing.’ We didn’t say ‘stroking.'” It’s like she’s totally
in charge. There’s this lovely thing
that says, “Dogs have owners.
Cats have staff.” – Uh-huh.
– Which is so true. – That is so true.
– That’s so–yeah. – So do you–are you– you’re more of a cat person,
’cause you have a cat, but would you think about
getting a dog? – No, I love all animals,
and I wish I could have a dog, but I travel so much. It’s, I think–
a cat, you can leave it. You go, “I’m going.”
It goes, “Whatever.” Know what I mean? A dog says,
“Well, am I coming?” And that look is,
“What have I done wrong?” – I know.
– I know. I couldn’t do it. That’s the big difference
as well between cats and dogs. A cat doesn’t rate you. It doesn’t care for you.
It doesn’t think you’re– A dog thinks
you’re the best thing ever. That’s why anything you do
is a great idea. – That is true. – If you say,
“Do you want to go for a walk?” “That’s the best thing
I’ve ever heard.” [laughter]
“Do you want to go back?” “Yeah, that’s the best thing”– Whatever you’re doing,
a dog goes, “You’re amazing.” Like, “That is per”– A cat goes,
“What do you call that? That’s awful.” – Yeah.
[laughter] – That’s the big difference.
But I love them. I love cats.
They’re independent. And there’s never
a bad picture of a cat. There’s loads of bad pictures
of me. I take most of them. But you can’t get a cat–
look at that. – Yeah. – That’s her audition
for Supercat. [laughter]