The show was cancelled in ,  however the Fat Cat character continues to feature on television in Perth as the mascot of the Telethon fundraising organization. The character still says goodnight to Perth children on television at 7. It was written, directed and produced by Murray George for 13 years. It was then produced by Channel The show ran on the Network as it was then known from until , then on the Seven Network until it was cancelled in after the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal claimed that the program was not educational enough and was "not clearly defined and encouraging of bestial adoration".
The character being mute was also a clear issue despite the precedent of Humphrey B. During the s, Fat Cat often appeared on celebrity versions of the then Adelaide produced Wheel of Fortune. As Fat Cat did not speak he was usually paired up with Channel 7's resident puppet Agro who was the mouthpiece for the duo. Despite cancellation, Fat Cat still appears on Perth television screens as the mascot of Seven Perth's highly successful Telethon fundraising organisation. Fat Cat was originally played by Reg Whiteman for more than a decade.
The character was later played off screen by a male friend Damien of the show's musician, singer Patsy Biscoe. Thank you for your support.
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