|You Poor Unfortunate Soul, this "Felicia,"|
has been found to need Ursula’s Touch.
It MUST be rewritten, see the light, and make a switch!!
So says Ursula:
the true queen of Atlantica.
|"Listen well, all of you!", "Felicia,"|
is nothing more than an insignificant stub.
It is in desperate need of more content.
So says Maleficent:
the Mistress of All Evil.
Felicia is Professor Ratigan's fat, spoiled pet cat and a supporting antagonist in Disney's 1986 film The Great Mouse Detective. Ratigan keeps her happy by feeding her henchmen that make him mad and hostages.
In The Great Mouse Detective
In the film, Felicia first appears when Professor Ratigan summons her to eat one of Ratigan's mouse henchmen, Bartholomew, for calling him a rat. Felicia eats Bartholomew. Felicia later appears when Ratigan summons her to eat Fidget for forgetting the list of Ratigan's to get stuff for Ratigan's plot. Fidget is swallowed alive and soon, Ratigan gets an idea. Ratigan kindly tells Felicia to release Fidget.
Felicia later appears to takes Ratigan's mouse thugs to the queen's castle to activate Ratigan's plot. Fidget captures the queen and he tries to feed the queen to the cat buts fails when Basil and and Dr. Dawson save her. Fidget almost looses his balances and almost gets eaten by the cat but manages to survive. Felicia later appears getting chased by Basil's faithful dog, Toby. Felicia manages to climbs safely from the dog. However, she's attacked by the queen's guard dogs. It is unknown whether Felicia was killed then or made it alive injured or not uninjured. She does not throughout the movie.
- Like Pom Pom, Felicia is an evil pet non-talking cat who is more of a comedy relief.