Big Bang Theory - Soft Kitty Hoody (extra large)
Big Bang Theory - Soft Kitty Hoody
Officially licensed Big Bang Theory merchandise
60% Cotton, 40%Polyester
Tapered hoody with front zipper closure
Hoody in a soft grey colour with dark grey and pink accents
Hood part has kitty ears attached and interior of hood lined in a soft pink colour. Hood has light grey hood strings
Smiling face of Soft Kitty printed on front of hoody complete with pink nose
Kangaroo pouch pockets
Kitty grey stripe details printed on top of the hoody and on arms
Ribbed waist and cuffs
Comes with detachable Kitty mittens. Mittens have cat paw print in pink on underside of mitt and black claws on top of mitt. Mitts are attached to sleeve via a button and button loop.
Back side: no design other than a stuffed striped 2 tone grey 11" (27.94 cm) kitty tail sewn at base for added whimsy!
Soft and comfortable
Handwash Wash Only
Lay flat to dry
Do not iron decorated areas
Ladies Extra large only
Chest circumference 42" (106.68 cm)
Shoulder measurements: 19" (48.26 cm)across
sleeve in-seamlength: 22" (55.88 cm)
Soft Kitty is a song that the mother of Sheldon, a character from the Big Bang Theory, use to sing to him whenever he was sick.
The song was first introduced in The Pancake Batter Anomaly, where Penny had to sing it to Sheldon when he caught a cold. In The Vegas Renormalization, Penny had to sing soft kitty to Sheldon again on the pretense "...Homesick is a type of being sick". When Sheldon was feeling sad about being betrayed by his friends (and not being able to attend Comic Con) in The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation, Penny starts singing Soft Kitty, but was interrupted by Sheldon as he said "That's for when I'm sick! Sad is not sick." In The Adhesive Duck Deficiency, when Penny was a little lightheaded from powerful painkillers she asked Sheldon to sing her Soft Kitty as a round. At the end of The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification, Penny sings Soft Kitty to Sheldon after he falls down the stairs.
While referred to on the show as "Soft Kitty" the actual song is called "Warm Kitty". Lyrics were written by Edith Newlin, the tune is traditional.