|Height:||5' 1" (155 cm)|
|Weight:||90 - 100 lbs|
|Occupation(s):|| Student at NYADA |
Trouble Belles member
|Aliases:||Lil' Red, Cutie, Little Red Thing|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:|| Unnamed Parents |
|Friends:|| Franklin Montgomery |
|Interests:|| Acting |
|Education:|| New York Academy of Dramatic Arts (college) |
Unnamed High School
|Talent:|| Singing |
|First appearance:||Trouble in New York City|
She is portrayed by Ariana Grande.
Cat's sweet personality has been displayed often throughout the series. She has an innocent demeanor and is often displayed as playful and harmless. While Cat is cheery, bubbly, upbeat, energetic, and is smiling most of the time, she can be somewhat absent-minded, random, and slightly naive. Despite this, she has been shown to have some intelligence. Her fun-loving personality is evident in her frequent giggling and laughing.
She also seems to have a good sense of humor, though she often takes a compliment as if you mean it to be offensive until you clarify it with her. Her catchphrase is "What's that supposed to mean!?" because she gets offended easily. (This is exactly like Misty from Moody's Point, a parody of a teen drama/soap opera from the Amanda Show.) While Cat is very friendly, her sensitivity, energy, and unusual thought processes make her somewhat difficult to be around without getting annoyed.
Cat also loves animals such as rabbits, hedgehogs, and any animal that is fluffy and/or adorable. In a way, Cat has become more ditzy, strange and somewhat cuter.
Cat originally explained that she dyed her hair red because it is the same color as a red velvet cupcake, which is her favorite dessert. However, in a more recent video, she explains that her brother thought she was an intruder when coming home late one night and smashed her head with a vase, resulting in her head bleeding. The blood seeped into her hair and stained it red.