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Meet Clee!

Domestic Shorthair
Staffordshire, West Midlands

Clee is a Domestic Shorthair cat model. He has striking green eyes and beautiful tabby markings. Known for his wonderful gait and great behaviour on set, he is the ideal domestic shorthair for all roles. The lovable Clee has the standard tabby moggy look that is appealing and accessible to a large cross-section of the population.

Clee is an experienced show cat which makes him great in unfamiliar surroundings. In addition, Clee is comfortable in loud and hectic environments. He also gets on well with humans of all ages and is therefore great working with unfamiliar actors.  Also, Clee can work with other cats.

Lastly, the good looking tabby is ideal for all briefs. A strong actor with good training, Clee can perform in a variety of roles and is a true action cat.  As he has the ‘household cat’ look, he is relatable and recognisable as the average family pet.  This makes him appropriate for any household name brand that looks to advertise to regular families and cat owners.

Training checklist:
- Can be placed in position
- Can work outdoors
- Cat-friendly
- Child-friendly
- Dog-friendly
- Eat/drink in new environment
- Food motivated
- Happy to be groomed
- Happy to be handled
- Harness/lead trained
- Lie down
- Look at point
- People-friendly
- Positional work
- Recall
- Rub against an object
- Sit
- Stand
- Stay
- Touch item
- Travels well
- Walk on hind legs
- Wears pet clothing + accessories
- Work from a distance
- Works with props

One of our most experienced cat models, Clee has done a lot of previous modelling work and acting work, so is well used to being on set and in studios.  Clients he has worked with include Purina, Iams and Royal Canin as a pet food model.

He has also worked on very many briefs for household name brands including Worcester Bosch, Dronspot and Cats Protection. Most recently Clee worked with supermarket giant Aldi, modelling their latest plush doughnut pet bed.

He starred in the Beaphar Anti Flea advertisement campaign and had to eat next to a dog meaning that he was relaxed on set. He also had to be held and petted.

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