In "Garfield and Friends", she was the owner of the saloon Mona's, which the Lasagna Kid (Garfield) frequents, who was kidnapped by a stranger, who entered Mona's and was disappointed that he would have to wait until the Kid completed his meal in order to be served. After being saved by him, Mona has the Kid regularly visit her saloon (by ringing a gold supper bell).
In "The Pussycat" series it's revealed she's triplet sister of Penelope Pussycat and Al, being one of the main protagonists of the series.
As saloon owner in "The Life and Times of the Lasagna Kid", she is friendly, caring for customers (especially the Lasagna Kid), and pleased with the Lasagna Kid's appetite for meals she herself cooks. She is known for making "the world's greatest pasta" as well as "beauty [that] could make [one's] heart skip". Most bachelors who visit Mona's attempt to woo her.
Things changed a bit in "The Pussycats" when Mona took Penelope's side in the conflict with Garfield. Her distinctive trait is Mona's despise towards canines she finds "less bright than our feline species."
The PussycatsMona shares her twin's Penelope Pussycat's relationships with the family, friends, and foes. She has a daughter with Stan, named Mary-Ann.
Garfield and Friends:
- Mona is rather different from other cats in the series, being visibly taller and lacking a tail.
- Mona is the only female in Garfield and Friends to be seen kissing Garfield.
- Her fur color varies between scenes from silver gray (in saloon scenes) to dark beige (in outdoors scenes).
- Her hairdo is similar to that of Marge Simpson from The Simpsons.
- She seems to accept the Lasagna Kid caring mostly about the food she cooks.
- Mona bears a visible resemblance to Penelope - both share blue eye color, whiskers on temples and queen size of 6 feet.
- Just like Penny, Mona is skilled with every firearm.
Garfield and Friends:'The Pussycats: