10 Questions with Pluto the cat from Battersea Arts Centre
Posted on Friday 6 March
Today Rebecca Parkinson is back with an exclusive feline interview. Pluto, the resident cat from Battersea Arts Centre, was gracious enough to indulge our 10 Questions.
Name:Pluto Age:How dare you! One never discloses one’s age. Favourite TV show: You’ve Been Framed. I like it when they fall over. Favourite type of music:Ska and Jazz – anything by The Cat Empire. 1 – What is your favourite animal that lives in the water? Catfish 2 – When you go swimming, what is your favourite stroke to do?I don’t swim. It plays havoc with the fur. 3 – What is the biggest risk you have ever taken?Retiring from my glittering career on the stage. I was the starring role in Masque of the Red Death at Battersea Arts Centre, and whilst I thrived on life in the public eye there was talk of my raw talent overshadowing my cast members. So I graciously stepped down. 4 – If you could choose one thing to fight for, what would it be and why?My seat on the photocopier. It’s warm and it purrs with me but for some reason people think it’s acceptable to move me in order to open the top (it’s not). 5 – If you could pick one unsolved mystery to solve, what would it be? That cat’s all mystery. 6 – You can choose 5 people from history to go on an adventure with, who would they be?All of the Kardashians. Is that 5? 7 – Which movie would you like to see turned into a play? With a live mouse in the lead. And audience participation. 8 – If you could only wear clothes out of one material for the rest of your life, what would that material be?That’s a ridiculous question. Have you seen what I wear? One can’t improve upon purrfection. 9 – If you could travel to one place in the world, where would it be?Pluto, the eponymous planet. If I’m named after it then it must be paradise. 10 – You’re going on holiday and have room left for one more item. Do you take; –
A camera – on the end of a selfie stick
You can find out more about Pluto by following him on twitter @pluto_BAC and learn more about what else goes on with our partners at Battersea Arts Centre www.bac.org.uk