Fancy feast

List of fictional cats

A list of cats and other felines found in popular works of fiction.

Legends, myths, folklore and fairytales

In advertising

In literature

See also List of fictional cat-like aliens for that specific kind of fictional cat.

T. S. Eliot Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats

Andre Norton

In theatre

  • The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats which is based on the above poetry collection: Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot, but introduces several additional characters, such as:
    • Asparagus (a.k.a. The Other Cat. Not the same as Gus: The Theatre Cat)
    • Carbucketty (Previously in London and Broadway productions. No longer there.)
    • Cassandra
    • Etcetera
    • Genghis (also spelled "Dschinghis")
    • Grizabella
    • Jemima (a.k.a. Sillabub)
    • Mr.Mistoffelees (the magical tom)
    • Moushi (The Diary of Anne Frank)
    • Pouncival
    • Pyewacket (Bell, Book and Candle)
    • Tantomile
    • Victoria

In film

In television

In animation, comics and puppetry

Tom, from the cartoon series Tom and Jerry

  • Tom-Tom, from the comic strip Mutts
  • Toodles Galore, Tom's love interest from Tom and Jerry
  • Toonces, the driving cat (from Saturday Night Live)
  • Top Cat and his band of alley cats, Hanna-Barbera TV cartoon characters
  • The Totem forms of the Visionaries characters Leoric and Witterquick, a Lion and a Cheetah respectively
  • In the Transformers cartoon and comic books, Ravage was the evil Decepticon robot cat who transformed into a cassette tape and Steeljaw was the heroic Autobot robot cat who transformed into a cassette tape
  • Tut Tut, the familiar in the Filmation cartoon Mission: Magic
  • Twisp, from Penny Arcade. Not to be confused with Catsby, Twisp's imp counterpart.
  • Unnamed pool-playing cat in the Schoolhouse Rock song, "Naughty Number Nine"
  • Unnamed cat owned by Power Girl in DC Comics.
  • Ura in El-Hazard
  • Waffles-the Goofs cat in Disney's Goof Troop.
  • Walks the Night Alone- the cat that Dream's second incarnation Daniel granted rest to in the SANDMAN in the valume The Wake
  • Wannyan (a.k.a. Bow-Meow), the half-dog half-cat alien baby-sitter from the anime UFO Baby (a.k.a. Da! Da! Da!)


The following is a list of feline-based creatures featured in Pokémon:


The following is a list of feline-based Monsters featured in Yu-Gi-Oh:

  • Crystal Beast Amethyst Cat
  • Leogun
  • Lady Panther
  • A Cat of Ill Omen
  • Neko Mane King
  • Cat's Ear Tribe
  • Dark Cat with White Tail
  • Panther Warrior
  • Rescue Cat
  • Catnipped Kitty
  • Sleeping Lion
  • Nekogal #1
  • Fusionist
  • Little Chimera

In video games

In radio

In song

In science

Geography (Cat City)

  • Kuching (pronounced: Koo-ching), a city in Malaysia is nicknamed Cat City because in the Malay language, "kucing" means cat. The origin of the name of the city is still unclear, whether it really refers to the animal or not.

See also



  • Rovin, Jeff. The Illustrated History of Cartoon Animals. New York: Prentice Hall, 1991, ISBN 0-13-275561-0.
  • Shakespeare, William. Macbeth, written circa 1603-1606, first folio published 1623.

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