The Conjuring Kittens, Fluffles the Mysterious and Cute Ling Soo (who performed as a Siamese but was actually British Longhair), were one of the more obscure vaudeville acts. Due to their size, they could only perform in small 99 seat theaters, saloons, and storefront windows. Their signature act, The Jumping Doll, (shown here) did not so much create delight as instill nightmares by almost everyone who witnessed it. Their career was cut short when audience members discovered the duo could be easily distracted by a piece of paper on a string. They also suffered the fate of many child performers, when they grew up and were no longer cute.