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Meet Dobby!

Merseyside, North West

Introducing Dobby, a beautiful red Sphynx cat with bags of character and big, beautiful green eyes.  He is very fashion-conscious, Dobby loves to wear clothes (that and they keep his hairless body warm). Living with five other cats and three dogs, he is well socialised with other animals. Socialising with other animals needs some time to adjust for Dobby as he can be cautious. He is as laid back as if he were back at home with his own brood.

Being a hairless cat means dobby is always naked on television which for most is a nightmare!

Dobby uses his harness and lead to explore on his regular walks where he is joined by fellow cats and dogs. Dobby is happy to travel meaning he comfortable in new environments. Behaviour on set is not an issue with Dobby as he has experience within both modelling and acting. This makes Dobby ideal for a range of media roles. 

Training checklist:
- Animal-friendly
- Beg
- Can work outdoors
- Can work with water
- Cat-friendly
- Child-friendly
- Clicker trained
- Dog-friendly
- Eat/drink in new environment
- Food motivated
- Happy to be handled
- Harness/lead trained
- Jump up/on/over an object
- Look at point
- People-friendly
- Plays with flirt pole
- Pose
- Positional work
- Product placement
- Sit
- Sit pretty
- Speak/Bark
- Stand
- Stay
- Touch item
- Toy motivated
- Travels well
- Wears pet clothing + accessories
- Work from a distance
- Works with props

Dobby has worked with Cartoon Network for the cartoon, Unikitty, where he worked with 12 cats.

He was involved in a recent episode of ‘Cats Does Countdown’ hosted by Jimmy Carr.   

Made in Liverpool TV featured Dobby in their ‘Animal Actors’ segment.

Dobby gave helpful interview tip He has also worked with BBC Bitesize, offering tips for interview techniques.


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