30 Things You Didn’t Know About Grumpy Cat
Grumpy Cat is indeed a girl.
Grumpy Cat’s real name is Tardar Sauce.
Tardar Sauce was born on April 4, 2012.
Grumpy Cat’s fame began with a photo posted to Reddit on September 22, 2012.
At first, people assumed that Grumpy Cat’s frown was Photoshopped.
Grumpy Cat feels that there are too many people in New York City.
Grumpy Cat likes to sleep a lot, especially on her back.
Tardar says, “I look like other cats.”
Grumpy Cat’s favorite foods are tuna and Starbucks coffee cake.
Grumpy Cat is from Morristown, Arizona.
Grumpy Cat is only photographed once a week.
Grumpy Cat loves to hide behind the curtains.
Grumpy Cat was not bred to be a munchkin cat.
Friskies flew Grumpy Cat first class to South by Southwest and paid for a chauffeur, a personal assistant, and unlimited food.
Grumpy Cat has now appeared in multiple episodes of “Will Kitty Play With It?”, a Friskies Youtube series.
600 people lined up to see Grumpy Cat at South by Southwest in Austin, including Andrew W. K. and Ian Somerhalder.
Ian Somerhalder called Grumpy Cat “a sweetie pie with beautiful eyes.”
Grumpy Cat’s trademark frown is due to her dwarfism.
Due to her dwarfism, Grumpy Cat waddles when she walks.
Tard is afraid of heights and jumping.
Grumpy Cat is owned by Tabatha, a former waitress at Red Lobster.
Grumpy Cat has special healing powers.
Tardar Sauce has a brother named Pokey, who is also a dwarf.
Out of the two famous cat siblings, Pokey is really the grumpy one, and Tardar Sauce is actually happy.
Grumpy Cat’s Youtube video “The Original Grumpy Cat” has almost 9,400,000 views.
Grumpy Cat has made appearances on Anderson Live and Good Morning America.
Grumpy Cat appeared in a TIME photo shoot.
Grumpy Cat’s name and face was trademarked in January 2013.
Grumpy Cat has been interviewed by Forbes magazine.
Grumpy Cat made an appearance in the documentary Lil BUB and Friendz.