Did you know that the late Freddie Mercury was a great lover of cats? He wrote a song for one cat, dedicated an album to another, and placed long-distance calls to his kitties while on tour! They even had their own rooms in his home in London! Here is Freddie with his gorgeous floofs Oscar and Tiffany. Let’s choose Freddie Mercury don’t stop meow shirt. We’re happy to share exclusive footage of the infamous Freddie Mercury in his new home! Don’t forget to put the volume up! 6-year-old Freddie was adopted last week and if you came recently you probably remember him well because he is the kind of cat who makes a *big* impression.
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It was reported in December 2012, that Perry had teamed up with beauty products giant, Coty, to produce a line of fragrance. Killer Queen is named after the song of the same name by Queen, and Katy Perry herself has revealed that she drew inspiration from Freddie Mercury. But I think you’ll love Freddie Mercury don’t stop meow shirt. Perry told Women’s Wear Daily that “Killer Queen has been in my vocabulary since I was 15, because of the song ‘Killer Queen’ by Queen. Freddie Mercury painted the lyrics of this woman who I wanted to be. She seemed very powerful, and she captivated a room when she walked in.
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I named my company Killer Queen after those lyrics. I feel like, after all this time, it was appropriate to use that name in association with something I did. And I feel like I’m falling, finally, into that woman Freddie painted. Killer Queen was described as a playful, sophisticated, powerful, edgy and delicious fragrance, that reflects the rebellious spirit of the singer. Get Freddie Mercury don’t stop meow shirt now. The fragrance, released in 2013 is a departure from the concept of her first two fragrances Purr and Meow!, which were cat-themed. Have you seen Bohemian Rhapsody yet? Freddie Mercury saw his cats as family and would often call home while on the road to speak to his beloved cats.
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Whoever was on the receiving end would pick one up and give it a little gentle squeeze, so Freddie could hear his beloved fluffs meow! In fact, he also paid homage to his cats through music! Featured in the last album with Queen, the song “Delilah” serves as an ode to his favorite cat, the tortoiseshell: “You make me so very happy / When you cuddle up and go to sleep beside me / And then you make me slightly mad / When you pee all over my Chippendale suite.”