New York Cats: Lost in Los Angeles is a 1996 animated feature film directed by Peter Thompson and released by Holloway Pictures on June 7, 1996, it is a sequel to the 1994 film New York Cats. The film revolves around the protagonists from the first movie, as well as Trashy and Charlotte's kittens, who attempt to stowaway on a trip to San Francisco, but they end up in Los Angeles, separated from Madame Bourgeois.
The film takes place a month or so after the end of the first film; by that time, Trashy and Charlotte have had two kittens, named Suzette and Rob. The owner of them, Madame Bourgeois, has to travel to San Francisco to help out at a fashion show, but they don't want to be left alone in the aid of Mrs. Guttenmeyer, a good but over-protective and near-sighted pet-sitter, so they stowaway in a suitcase heading to San Francisco. However, Bourgeois' suitcase and another suitcase get mixed up at the airport and the suitcase they're hiding in ends up in Los Angeles. While they have to search for the fashion show in San Francisco, Quentin Scamett (under a false identity, in disguise and with two new cohorts) plans to have the cats made into coats for the fashion show.
- Patrick Swayze as Trashy
- Paige O'Hara as Charlotte
- Rob Schneider as Loopu
- Randy Savage as Tuff-Jazz (T.J.)
- Daryl Hannah as Christine
- Susan Sarandon as Madame Bourgeois
- Rupert Everett as Quentin Scamett
- Danny DeVito as Hambone
- Rhea Perlman as Lulu Longlegs
- Malcolm McDowell as Samuel E. Sykes
- Will Ferrell as Rocky-Roll
- Andrea Martin as Mrs. Guttenmeyer