Comedian Chelsea White Announces new Season of Cat-themed Web Series, Show me Your Kitty
“I’ve had some of the best interviews of my career with cats,” said White when asked why she created Show Me Your Kitty in 2014. “I just feel like people underestimate how articulate cats can be. They’re much less inhibited than humans, and usually more witty if we’re being honest.”
Each episode of Kitty features White visiting the apartments of cat owners and learning all about their feline companions, all the while playing games such as “Are You Kittying Me?” (a lightning round of true or false questions about cats) and “Purrr-fect Match” (a kitty-friendly take on the Newlywed Game).
When asked who tops her list of favorite kitties she’s met so far, White stated, “It’s so hard to pick! I love all of the kitties I’ve ever met in my entire life, both on and off the show equally. A couple of kitties I’ve met on the show who come to mind, though, are Desus Nice’s kitty Charlie and Awkwafina’s late kitty Pepper who were probably the two kitties least impressed by us being there, which I respect.”
Although White had the honor of meeting celebrity cat Lil Bub last year, described by White as “one of the highest honors I’ve ever had bestowed upon me,” the cat she is most interested in nailing down an interview with would be Gabby Sidebe’s cat, Aaron. “Do yourself a favor and follow Gabby on IG to follow all of Aaron’s antics. And Gabby and Aaron: hit me up!”
This season of Show Me Your Kitty will feature more interviews and cat puns that fans have come to expect and love, plus three of the four new episodes were shot in LA as opposed to previous seasons that exclusively featured East Coast kitties. “See if you can pick up on the kitties’ laid back West Coast attitude,” said White.
Among season three’s guests are Family Guy writer and MTV DJ and TRL host Damien Fahey and actor Grasie Mercedes’ kitties Dakota & Gazpacho, Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Marge Sr.’s kitty Maxi, comedian Shannon Coffey’s kitty Cinna and My Favorite Murder producer & co-host of The Purrrcast Steven Ray Morris’s kitty Penny Lane.
Watch the purr-fect third season of Show Me Your Kitty on YouTube now.