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Star Trek: The Original Series Cat Statues Going Where No Feline Has Gone Before

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Chronicle Collectibles' has launched a new line of Star Trek statues going where no cats have gone before. They have three statues based on Kirk, Spock and Scotty.

James T. Kirk Cat is the inaugural release in Chronicle Collectibles' new line of the legendary original Star Trek crew, reimagined as cats. This adorable 1:9 scale James T. Kirk Cat comes with his official command chair so that he can direct the furry crew of the Enterprise. Just the right size for any office desk at 7.5 inches tall, you just know this is going to be the right conversation starter at work that combines your love of Star Trek and cats.

A Spock Cat? Highly illogical! But wait, maybe not. Both cats and Spock peer curiously into the actions of those around them. Both have pointy ears. And both find the illogical and foolish emotions of humans a constant irritant. So, Spock Cat is actually the perfect convergence of felines and everyone's favorite Vulcan. Fascinating. Sitting 6 inches tall, Spock Cat features him holding up his iconic Vulcan salute and carrying his trusty tricorder. He comes resting on a sleek transporter-inspired base with the Star Trek logo boldly featured on the front.

Every starship needs an experienced engineer ready to lick any problem, a miracle worker who thinks on his paws. Luckily, the Enterprise has the best cat in Starfleet. Montgomery Scott, or Scotty Cat as we call him, comes holding a bottle of very, very, very old Scotch Milk... to stimulate the senses, of course. Measuring 5 inches tall, he'll fit perfectly in your collection or on your desk back at the office. Scotty Cat comes ready for duty in his bright red engineering tunic and stands atop a transporter-inspired base with the Star Trek logo boldly featured on the front.

You can pre-order these now at BigBadToyStore.com.


































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Based on the artwork of Jenny Parks, who has also done TNG cats as well as Doctor Who and Avengers cats and more, so hopefully those little furballs will show up in later series.

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M'kay...this stuff is something...different, and I guess, somehow, there must be a market for this kind of stuff.

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Haha this is very cool!

But I'll wait for the TNG crew. 

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Cats in pants. Haha! That is some funny looking stuff. I would never put a cat in a dressup outfit, you're just begging for trouble at that point! 

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I’m unfamiliar with this Star Trek cat reference.  

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