Famous White Persian Cats in Pop Culture

Mr. Bigglesworth

Mr. Bigglesworth is the hairless white Persian cat belonging to the villain Dr. Evil in the "Austin Powers" film series. Known for his distinctive

Choupette

Choupette gained fame as the beloved pet of fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. This pampered white Persian cat was often seen accompanying

Princess

In Disney's "Aladdin," Princess Jasmine's loyal companion Rajah is portrayed as a white tiger. While not a domestic cat, Rajah's character embodies

Elizabeth

Legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor was known for her love of cats, particularly white Persians. Her feline companions often made appearances

Clara Bow's

Silent film actress Clara Bow was frequently photographed with her white Persian cat, emphasizing her glamorous persona

Socks

Socks was the pet cat of the Clinton family during Bill Clinton's presidency. As one of the most famous White House pets, Socks garnered

Salt 

In the cult classic film "Hocus Pocus," the Sanderson sisters' spellbook-turned-cat, Thackery Binx, appears as a white Persian cat

Atticus

In the film adaptation of Truman Capote's "Breakfast at Tiffany's," Holly Golightly's neighbor has a white Persian cat named Cat (short for Cat-a), symbolizing

Mr. Jinx

Mr. Jinx is the beloved white Persian cat of the character Jinx in the comedy film "Meet the Parents." Known for his toilet-flushing antics,