44 Cats (1995 Film)

44 Cats is a 1995 American live-action/animated film, produced by Davidovich Films, Matthew Mouse Productions and Joe Brian Productions and distributed by Pentagon Pictures.


4 Homeless Cats named Lampo, Milady, Pilou, and Meatball get taken in by Mike Blundell. They later form a band called The Buffycats in Mike’s Garage.


  • Lampo: An Orange Cat with Blue Stripes who is the leader and main singer. His catchphrase is “There’s the Good Stuff!”.
  • Milady: A Purple Cat who is the buffycats’ bassist. her Catchphrase is “Liars aren’t my friends”.
  • Pilou: A Tan Cat with Maroon Spots who is the youngest of the buffycats, but only a year younger than Meatball.
  • Meatball: An Orange Cat with Green Stripes who is the fat member of the group. His name is changed in various international versions of the film.
  • Urusla: A Black Cat with Pink Stripes Who Hates The Buffycats.
  • Junder: A Brown Cat with Aquamarine Accents and Urusla’s Boyfriend.
  • Fancy Dancy: A Grey Cat with Red Accents Who is the leader of the Boom-Boom Steppers.
  • Lola: A Pink Cat dressed like a Princess and the Only Female Boom-Boom Stepper.
  • Jose: A Dark Blue Cat Who is the tallest Boom-Boom Stepper who says the least out of the group.
  • Cosmo: A Brown Cat with Light Blue Stars Who is dressed like an astronaut who narrates the story.
  • Winston: Urusla’s Owner Who Hates Having nextdoor neighbors.
  • Granny Pina: Mike Blundell’s Grandmother Who makes noodles to keep her young and immortal.
  • Igor: A Red Cat That can carry a lot of things.
  • Piperita: A Cat that looks like a Cheetah who is a chef. She learned how to cook from her owner who left his restaurant to her after he got killed by Urusla.
  • Gas: A Brownish-Orange Cat with Light Green Stripes Who is Stinky like a Skunk.
  • Gaby: A Light Brown Reporter Cat with Purple Accents Who always has a camera with her.
  • Neko: A Tan Cat with A Rainbow Clover Pattern in his Fur Who is the luckiest cat in town.

Voice Cast:


  1. The Evil Weevil Kitten - The Buffycats
  2. Noodles - The Buffycats
  3. What I Really Hate - Urusla
  4. All Around the Town - The Boom-Boom Steppers
  5. A Tasty Paella - Piperita
  6. Steady and Stealth - Meatball and Pilou
  7. Going Home - The Buffycats
  8. 44 Cats - The Buffycats
  9. 44 Cats Starts with 1 (End Credits) - Chorys

Sequel and TV Series

In the Direct to DVD Sequel from 2002 and TV Series that ran from 2011 - 2016, Cam Clarke takes over as the full-fledged voice for Lampo, due to not affording Matthew Broderick. And Milady and Pilou’s Voiced are completely replaced, Milady being Voiced by Newcomer Suzy Myers, and Pilou being Voiced by Kath Soucie. but Charles Fleisher, Cree Summer, Martin Short, Danny Mann, Gail Matthius, Rob Paulsen, and John Kassir were there for the whole franchise, and Mary Kay Bergman was replaced by TBA for the voice of Piperita. But June Foray could only voice Granny Pina again in 45 Cats, She was Voiced by Candi Milo in 44 Cats: Buffycats on Tour.

Live Action Film

In December 2019, A Live Action 44 Cats Remake will release. With the voices of TBA as Lampo, TBA as Milady, TBA as Pilou, TBA as Meatball, TBA as Urusla, TBA as Junder, TBA as A Villain named Blister Who wasn’t in the original film, TBA as Fancy Dancy, Cree Summer reprised her Role as Lola, TBA as Jose, Martin Short reprising his role as Cosmo, TBA as Igor, TBA as Piperita, TBA as Gaby, Rob Paulson reprises his role as Gas, and TBA as Neko. And the Live Action portrayers being a TBA as Mike Blundell, TBA as Winston, TBA as Granny Pina, And TBA as The Catcatcher.

The Buffycats


  • People shipped Pilou with Meatball during the first film, but when Terry came along in 45 Cats, the ship broke.
  • The Song “44 Cats” from the film is Only One Minute Long in the Film, But there is a full version in the soundtrack.
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