Feb. 22, 2012 at 9:29 AM ET
Whatever will we do now that the second season of "Downton Abbey" has ended? Yes, patience befits young ladies and gentlemen, but waiting for Season 3 is so dreary -- and our character-inspired paper dolls (courtesy New York Magazine's Vulture blog) can only entertain for so long. Fortunately, Catsterpiece Theater has come to the rescue with "Downton Tabby."
(Note: Some adult language and humor.)
In this heartfelt tribute, Lady Mary -- er, Lady Tabby -- is refined, well-dressed and enigmatic, though she insists (via captioning) that "i iz no lady." (Her suitor disagrees, even as he has a hard time keeping hold of her.) And she utterly breaks with tradition once there's a catnip sale announced.
Nine lives are never easy for a genteel kitty cat in a red dress.
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