First, we start with the body. Roll the gray fondant ball in form similar to fat bowling pin.
With the help of straws and white and black fondant produce eyes (I've been describing throughout the previous tutorials). Roll little pink fondant into a ball to make the nose. Roll white fondant into a small ball and flatten it for the cheeks.
On the upper part of the head, moisten the place where the eyes, cheeks and nose will be, and then with a gentle pressure place them on head to stick.
Flatten two little gray fondant balls and cut them into a shape of triangle. Flatten white fondant and cut smaller triangle. Moisten the gay triangle and with a gentle pressure place white triangle on the center of the grey fondant to form the ears.
Moisten the place on top of the head and then with a gentle pressure place ears on head to stick.
Flatten two little gray and two little white fondant balls. With a sharp part of the wooden stick press on the front part, to make the two notches, to form cat feet.
Moisten the back part of cat feet and stick them to the lower part of the body.
Roll the gray fondant into a long swirl and in the stick little white fondant to form the tail.
Moisten the lower part of body from back to front. With gentle pressure stick the tail to backside of the body and wrap him around to side of the body.
The simple cat fondant figurine is finished.
Put figurine to dry overnight in a cool and dry place (but not the refrigerator).
This is the easiest way of doing simple cat fondant cake topper.