New York City is full of cute little animals.
There’s an otter named “Lulu” and a kitten named “Ginger.”
But when it comes to animals that are bigger than a human head, you’d be hard pressed to find anything in the Big Apple.
So when it came time to name our Big Apple’s Big Cats, we had to figure out how to come up with a cute name.
“It’s a bit of a weird situation,” says Amy K. Zuber, the creative director of Big Cats.
“We didn’t really have any animal characters that we could put in the show, so we decided to use animal names.”
Zuber says that the show has been a lot of fun.
“I’ve gotten to meet all the cats that play on the show and see them interact with people,” she says.
“The cat world is just full of surprises.”
In the first episode of Big Cat Adventures, which premiered on January 12, 2017, K.
Zuber and her team created an animated video that featured a young cat named “Cherry” (pronounced cherry-chuck) running around her hometown of Baltimore.
“Candy” is a pet cat from the Cats and Lizards series.
“She’s the one that brings candy to people,” says K.T. McPherson, the director of programming and animation at Animal Planet, which aired the first four episodes of the show.
“They all have a love for candy and cats, and I think they’re all adorable.”
In one scene, Cherry and her friends, including “Cudley,” are running around the neighborhood as part of a tradition where kids throw out their discarded candy and place it in a plastic bag.
When Cherry and the kids finally finish throwing out their garbage, she and the others return it to the kids, who then hand it over to the cat.
“And then it’s a cat-on-a-stove thing,” says McPharson.
“You’ll see a cat go in the oven and cook something, and then it gets out of the oven, and you’ll see it go in a pot and start cooking again.
It’s just the magic of it all.”
McPerey explains that the team is always trying to make the show more “dramatic,” which is why the show uses a lot more CG in its animation.
“Sometimes when you’re animating, it’s just like a whole bunch of little, blurry things,” she explains.
“When you see those little dots, they’re not just pixels, they’ve got a purpose.”
McPhillary adds that “Cid” is “a really special cat” and “a little bit of an outlier,” because he’s not the only one in the group.
“But it’s really just a cute cat,” she adds.
“He’s just a big cat.”
In addition to Cherry and “Cody,” the show also features a “Mister Cat” named “Mr. Cat,” “Mr Fox,” and “Mr Rabbit.”
McZuber says the series has a lot in common with “Cat in a Box,” the short-lived television series created by former Disney Channel president Bill Condon that was created and broadcast in 2014.
“Bill Condon created a cartoon show called ‘Cat in Box,'” McPercary says.
He was really into the idea of doing an animated show with a big, furry cat, and he got to work on the first episodes, and it just blew up.
Condon, whose show also featured “Mr Cat,” left the Disney Channel in 2017, but he says he “couldn’t wait” to work again on “Big Cat Adventures.” “
There was so much love for it, that Bill and I were able to work with Bill and the whole team and really get to work together and do something we loved.”
Condon, whose show also featured “Mr Cat,” left the Disney Channel in 2017, but he says he “couldn’t wait” to work again on “Big Cat Adventures.”
“Bill’s show was so popular, and everyone loved it, and we loved working with him,” he says.
In the series, Cherry, Candy, and Mr. Fox all go to the zoo together, and they all take turns playing with their cats.
McPhillaries says the team tried to make Cherry and Candy “just like the real thing,” and they’ve worked closely with the Zoo’s animal curator, Karen Fishel, to make sure the show is not too realistic.
“As soon as we got the show to the Zoo, we went back to the director and asked, ‘What if we just made Cherry and [Candy] cute, and put them in the enclosure?’
And Karen said, ‘You don’t want to do that,'” McPhillar says.
McZubs, the executive producer, says that Fishell is always “happy to make fun of us.”
“We’ve been on the road for