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"My, look at you, so brave and proud!"
— Mrs. Cramdilly, The Ghost of Cramdilly

Mrs. Edna Cramdilly was an elderly billionaire woman who lived in a mansion with her cat Audrey.

Description[]

She appreciated nature and fitted in with the upper-class people that Mr. Blik constantly tries to be accepted by. Before she died, she owned the mansion and the money. She owned a female brown cat that she named Audrey. When Edna found Audrey in the laundry hamper, she saw she gave birth to Mr. Blik, Gordon, and Waffle and was very proud of her. Edna spent her last few days raising the cats as babies and later on dies. She can still be mentioned by Hovis and the cats in some episodes and a life size portrait of her is present on the wall above the fireplace in the mansion. It also should be noted that she was once married to a Mr. Cramdilly but he died before the events of the series and the births of Mr. Blik, Waffle, and Gordon. this is supported by as he is not seen with his wife Edna in flashbacks.

Character Design[]

She was a tall elder, with her gray hair tied up in a bun. She wears studded pearl earrings, a pearl necklace and a frilly pink puffy shoulder maxi dress. She also wears black flats under her dress.

In the episode Duck and Cover, in the flashback of her carrying baby Gordon in a stroller, she wears a frilly teal maxi dress that has a similar appearance to her pink dress she always wears.

Trivia[]

  • She was a collector of medieval weapons.
  • She used to let Waffle sleep on her head.
  • Gordon, Waffle and Mr. Blik sometimes debate which of the three was her favorite.
    • According to Hovis, all three of them were equally loved by her.
  • Gordon still remembers when she first found them.
  • Gordon carries a gold heart shaped locket with a picture of her inside it.
  • It is possible that she was born/raised in England because when Hovis impersonated her, the cats didn't notice anything was wrong with the way she spoke.

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