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pussy

1. an informal name for a cat
2. a furry catkin, esp that of the pussy willow
3. a rare word for tipcat
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Puss is getting his own spin-off franchise, with work on the Puss in Boots animated film underway and a release date slated for November next year.
When I went to the studio for the very first time and saw those first drawings of Puss in Boots, I had the same reaction as audiences have had later on," says 46-year-old Banderas, who is married to actress Melanie Griffith.
Puss In Boots marks the sixth collaboration between Hayek and Banderas, who she first met on Robert Rodriguez's Desperado.
Definitely a kids-only movie, let's hope the next movie is Shrek The Fourth: The Puss and Donkey Show"
Puss In Boots marks her first foray into animation, but while some people may be quick to point to her four-year-old daughter Valentina as the reason for her decision, she denies this was the case.
Puss in Boots stars in his very own twisted tale, which tells the story of his rise from humble housecat to fearless bounty hunter and swashbuckler.
Puss in Boots will be performed in Bowesfield School, on Northcote Street, at 6.
Puss was being escorted by a male passenger, who sat next to him on the flight and carried him into the main airport terminal after landing.
Victoria Beckham has been dressed in a figure-hugging cat suit and thigh high boots as "Posh in Boots" from Puss in Boots
But diminutive sword-fighting assassin Puss In Boots knocked them all into a cocked hat with94percent of the vote.
Initially picked on, Puss learns to fight to survive and he helps protect fellow outcast Humpty Alexander Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis).