Founded in 2012, Cloth Cat is now one of the leading animation and games companies in the UK and they're based in the heart of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. They have over 100 hours of content under their belts and they are always looking for new and exciting projects to bring to life. They’ve worked on a wide range of projects for clients all over the world, and their focus is on creating characterful content for all age groups.
Their animation projects include Luo Bao Bei (International Emmy nomination 2019), Shane the Chef, Olobob Top, Cyw, The Rubbish World of Dave Spud, Toot the Tiny Tugboat and the award-winning Ethel & Ernest which was released in cinemas in 2016. They're games include Byd Cyw, Eloise Hotel, Mabinogi-Ogi and Toot’s Race, and they’ve won a number of BAFTA awards for our work on games for Toot the Tiny Tugboat and Boj. They’ve collaborated on multiple projects with international partners and are one of the few studios able to handle a series from development all the way to platform delivery. They take great pride in their creative ideas and their technical wizardry, bringing both together to provide unique solutions for our clients and making the best animation we possibly can.
Cloth Cat is a proud supporter of the animation community and regularly contributes to Animation UK, The Children’s Foundation, PACT, Screen Skills, and a large number of local and national universities. They also sponsor the local Cardiff Animation Nights and were major contributors to the Cardiff Animation Festival, which celebrated its return in 2018. Cardiff has a notable history of animation production and Cloth Cat are delighted to continue this legacy for both Wales and the UK.