He often overpowers his enemies by distracting them with his "cute kitten" looks. He also exhibits common cat behavior such as coughing up hairballs and chasing spotlights, usually resulting in his defeat or capture. Puss starred in the prequel film, which revealed his true origins. He was abandoned as a kitten in a basket, which somehow found its way to the doorstep of an orphanage in a Spanish town called San Ricardo. He was taken in by the head of the orphanage, Imelda, who became his foster mother. He befriended a young Humpty Alexander Dumpty, who gave him his name Puss, and they became brothers in heart with a dream: To find the Magic Beans so they may find the Giant's Castle and get the Golden Eggs of the Golden Goose, setting themselves up for life.
Puss in Boots is a character in Shrek film series and the title character in Puss in Boots , voiced in English and both Spanish versions by Antonio Banderas. He was introduced in Shrek 2 and speaks with a Spanish accent. He is a smooth-talking cat with a Spanish accent, usually wearing a cavalier's hat, a belt with a sword, a small black cape, and small Corinthian boots. Puss is a character parody of the popular character, Zorro.
By Annabel Grossman for MailOnline. With his big, black eyes, forlorn expression and ginger fur, this adorable ginger cat bears an uncanny resemblance to the famous on-screen feline from the Shrek films. And just like Puss in Boots - who is known for his ability to mesmerize characters with his wide-eyed gaze - Marty the cat knows how to get his own way by pulling the meek kitty cat expression.