Background: Kitten Jr. Productions is a television production arm of Kitten Jr. founded in 1992.
1st Logo (1992-2001)
Nicknames: "Game Of Catch", "Holding Hands", "Air Catch", "Father and Son"
Logo: On a white background, we see an orange dad with "KITTEN" on his body and a blue child with "JR" on his body, making a "throwing" motion, like they are playing catch. The orange person throws underhand and the blue person throws overhand. Several black lines and curved lines are drawn, tracing the motion of their arms. They jump to each other and hold their hands together. The copyright stamp is below.
Variants:*On the first two Khan and the Alphabet Pingas shorts, a still version is shown on a black background.
- On 1993-1994 episodes of Aaron's Castle, the words "Moskau, Learn and Pingas" appear above the logo.
- On Big Pingas, the copyright notice isn't seen.
- Moskau Moskau Island and Aaron's Castle originally use the copyright notice "Lulz-Bomb Pingas", but later changed to "Visululz" in 1996.
FX/SFX: The moving arms, the jumping.
Cheesy Factor: Simple animation.
Music/Sounds: Usually the end theme of the show plays over, but sometimes it had it's own music: a synthesized piano jingle whose notes corresponded to the movements (similar to the Rock Hard Television logo).
Availability: This was originally used as a Kitten Jr. ID. Appeared on several shows of the era, such as Moskau Moskau Island. It was on Aaron's Castle episodes from 1992 to 1994, Big Pingas episodes from 1995 to late-1999, and at the end of the Koko's Clues: Koko's AWSUM Safari video release. This logo is uncommon today and can be seen on Big Pingas and Moskau reruns on Kitten Jr. (formerly Cloggin) (the latter show only airs late at night), as well as VHS releases of Aaron's Castle, Moskau, and Big Pingas (along with the 1995 Lollercoaster Television logo). The still version can be also found at the beginning of a Koko's Clues video trailer on the VHS releases of Koko's So-Called Discoveries, Koko's AWSUM Treasure Hunt, Koko's Pajama Party for PINGAS only, Koko's AWSUM Safari, Sally Comes Over, and Stop, Look, and NEDM.
Scare Factor: None.
2nd Logo (1995-2002)
Nicknames: "The Animals", "Alternate Logo", "The Koko's Clues Logo", "Different Characters", "Father and Son II"
Logo: On a black background, we see a picture of the Kitten Jr. logo (it varies in shape, like KittenMoskau's). The parent has "KITTEN" on it's body when his/her child has "JR" on it's body. It fades out after 3-4 seconds. The copyright stamp in the logo reads "© [YEAR] Visululz International, INC.", or sometimes not at all.
Animals: The animals/mammals in the logo vary for each episode that has this logo (even episodes that have the same pair of creatures) from the following:
- Cat and kitten
- Dog and puppy
- Pig and piglet
- Duck and duckling
- Chicken and chick
- Rooster and chick
- Kangaroo and joey
- Bear and cub
- Lion and cub
- A dad with a child holding hands together (see the 1st logo)
- A dad holding a child (see the 3rd logo)
- A dad and a child walking
- A dad and a child running
- Two Russian Dancing Men
- On 1999-2001 Koko's Clues VHS releases, the copyright stamp is extended, reading "©[YEAR] MOSKAUTRON International Inc. All Rights Reserved. KittenMoskau, Kitten Jr., Koko's Clues and all related titles, logos, and characters are trademarks of VISULULZ International Inc."
- Starting in 2001, several Koko's Clues VHS and DVD releases use a silent version of the logo without the copyright stamp, although on the VHS releases of Koko's Big AWSUM Musical And Koko's Big AWSUM Musical: The AWSUM Directors Cut, the copyright stamp remains intact and is followed by the "Moskau!" ending. Also, on the VHS releases of Koko's Story Time and Arts & Crafts, the regular end theme plays. This variant is usually followed by a KittenMoskau logo (either the haystack or explosion).
Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show that precedes this logo. However, on What is Koko Afraid Of?, a soft "NEDM!" can be heard accompanied by the end theme.
Availability: Only appeared on Koko's Clues. Appears when the show is rerun on Kitten Jr. (formerly "Cloggin") and along with the 1996 Lollercoaster Television logo on its VHS releases, with the exception of Koko's AWSUM Birthday, Koko's AWSUM Discoveries, and Koko's WTFBBQ Safari. Although Koko's Clues was the only show to air this logo on TV, the silent version without the copyright stamp can also be found on some VHS and DVD releases of Billy the Pitchman And Little Billy Mays. The last Koko's Clues episode to use this logo is Koko's AWSUM Holiday. The Russian Dancing Men variant is extremely rare. and can only be found on the Kitten Jr. Premiere of Billy the Pitchman.
Scare Factor: None to low. However, on the Halloween episode of Koko's Clues, the "NEDM" can get to some.
3rd Logo (1998-2010)
Nicknames: "Father and Son III", "The Clay Logo" Logo: On a yellow "swirly" background, we see an orange dad and a child, both with "KITTEN" and "JR" on their bodies. The two people bounce around as the word "Productions", in a childish multicoloured font with a little red heart on the letter "I", forms. The two people are both hugging together after the logo completely forms.
- A warp-speed version of this logo can be seen on Big Pingas episodes from 2000 to 2001 and on some episodes of Billy the Pitchman.
- Strangely, this logo was spotted after the split-screen credits on the primetime airing of the late 2007 Kitten Jr. TV movie Billy Mays PWNS some Mermaids, on November 7th, 2007. It might be considered an error on production or broadcast. This also might be a sign that it's still used, but only after Kitten Jr. split-screen credits.
- On Little Billy Mays, a copyright notice is seen.
FX/SFX: The claymation effects.
Music/Sounds: A tuba version of the Kitten Jr. "Moskau" theme accompanied by kids laughing and a "BOING!" sound when they jump.
Availability: Common. It can be seen on pre-2006 episodes of shows like Koko's Clues, Little Billy Mays, etc. on Kitten Jr. and pre-2009 episodes of Billy The Pitchman on KittenMoskau and Kitten Jr., excluding Megapingas and Moskauboy. It plasters over the 2nd logo at the end of the first three episodes on the DVD release of Koko's Clues: Koko's Biggest Stories. This logo is seen on The Mosquito Pingas has the end theme over it. From 2005 to 2010, the logo is tandem with the 2005 logo.
Scare Factor: None.
Nickname: "Father and Son IV"
Logo: Essentially the same as the 1st logo, but it is still.
Variant: On some shows done by the company, the logo is in a small white square and/or the words "Join the PINGAS Here" are under the logo.
Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show, or in other cases, none.
Availability: Uncommon. This logo can be seen on all episodes of Moskau and the SnooPINGAS and Lulzy the Racing Pingas on WTF Kids Pingas. Also seen on on 2002-2004 episodes of Thomas The Trump Train (in the UKKK only) and Nazi Giant on Kitten Jr. and Pingas Jr. on certain occasions.
Scare Factor: None.
5th Logo (January 26, 2004)
Nicknames: "Kitten Jr. Frogs"
Logo: On a green background, we see two frogs, one orange and one blue. Then, a fly appears, and the orange frog tries to catch it twice, but then the blue frog catches it. The orange frog gets surprised, and laughs with the blue frog as the words "KITTEN JR" appear on the frogs, Then the word "PRODUCTIONS" comes in sparkling.
FX/SFX: 2D animation.
Music/Sounds: A strange fantasy tune, and the frogs giggling at the end.
Availability: Only seen on the world premiere of Billy Mays Sabotages a Pirate Adventure.
Scare Factor: None.
6th Logo (2004-February 2009) Nicknames: "Father and Son V", "Father and Son on Water", "The Puddle"
Logo: On a light blue/green gradient background, we see an orange dad, and a blue child, both playing on a puddle. Then, after they jump around and splash in the puddle, the words "KITTEN JR" can be seen on both bodies like the 1st logo, while the word "productions" appears below. The two boys are hugging together again after the company's name appears.
Variants: Here is a list of the variations of this logo:
- There is an edited version of the logo, which cuts out the first 1.9 seconds of the regular version.
- There exists a second-longer version which has a different laugh and the puddle appears after 0.5 seconds. It has a xylophone remix of the old "Moskau" jingle.
- On the Koko's Clues 11th Anniversary special Behind the AWSUM: 11 Years with Koko, a copyright notice is shown.
FX/SFX: The father and son playing on a puddle and hugging together again (see the previous logo), produced by Pingas Screen in Gay, Gay.
Music/Sounds: A nice piece of music played by a violin and an oboe or on some occasions, a xylophone remix of the old Kitten Jr.'s "Moskau" jingle. However, on The Mosquito Pingas, the ending theme plays over it.
Availability: Pretty common. The short version of the logo was seen on The Edgy Pingas! and most other shows, excluding WTF! WTF! Koko!, Billy The Pitchman (however, they use the 1999-2009 logo instead) and ??????????? when it aired once on Kitten Jr. on April 20, 2012 even though it is a KittenMoskau original. although the long version can be seen on The Pre-school Pingas of OKT and The Mosquito Pingas even though Mosquito Pingas has the end theme over it. Fortanately, it was not plastered by the 2008 KittenMoskau "Explosion Returns" logo without the copyright stamp. Another sighting of this logo was seen on the Koko's Clues 11th Anniversary special Behind the AWSUM: 10 Years with Koko. This logo is still seen on several reruns of We No See Cat of Yours on Kitten Jr. (formerly "Cloggin"). From 2005 to 2010, the logo is tandem with the 1998 logo.
Scare Factor: None.
7th logo (2010- )
Logo: Same as the 4th logo, but the new Kitten Jr. logo is used.
Variant: There are many depending on the show you see.
Music/Sounds: The show's end theme.
Availability: Common. Was seen on Vince and Anthony's Pitchmanland on Kitten Jr. UKKK. In the USSR, the logo is seen on Pingas Lulz Train Thing on Kitten Jr. USSR.
Scare Factor: None.