List of fictional cats in animation

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This list of fictional cats and other felines is subsidiary to the list of fictional cats. It is restricted solely to notable feline characters from notable animated television shows. For characters that appear in several separate television series, only the earliest series will be recorded here.

CharacterOriginNotes
ArleneGarfieldShe is pink, skinny, elegant and has a gap between her two front teeth which Garfield often makes fun of. In Garfield Gets Real, she seems to love Garfield more than anyone, but Garfield didn't seem to notice. Garfield once quipped in the early strips that he and Arlene have an apparent love-hate relationship: Garfield loves himself, and Arlene hates that. At least once Garfield annoyed Arlene so much when he fell asleep on their date that she beat him up. She is the equivalent of Liz who has a similar no start relationship with Jon Arbuckle.
ArtemisCodename: Sailor VHe is the companion to the leader of the Guardian Senshi—he trained Minako Aino as Sailor V, and remains by her side when she takes on her proper role as Sailor Venus in Sailor Moon.
AzraelSmurfs & The Smurfs Christmas SpecialComic relief sidekick to Gargamel; always tries but never catches the Smurfs. Replaced as sidekick by Gargarmel nephew "Scruple".
Babbit and CatstelloMerrie Melodies[1]Babbit and Catstello are Looney Tunes based on the comedic duo Abbott and Costello. Although the short, fat character calls the other one "Babbit", the tall, skinny one never addresses his partner by name; the name "Catstello" was invented later. In their first three cartoons, the "Babbit" character was voiced by Tedd Pierce, and Mel Blanc performed "Catstello". Later, Babbit is voiced by Billy West, and Joe Alaskey performs Catstello.
BanjoBanjo the Woodpile CatAn overly curious and rebellious kitten who, after getting into trouble for falling from a house to see if he could land on his feet, runs away from his woodpile home in his owners' farm.
BeansMerrie MelodiesEarly colleague of Porky Pig and sometimes Ham and Ex's uncle.[2]
BeerusDragon Ball Z: Battle of GodsPurple cat based loosely on Egyptian mythology. He is the god of destruction.
BeverelyWhere's Huddles?Spoiled cat of Claude Pertwee.
BooFunky PhantomGhost cat sidekick of Funky Phantom who teased Elmo the dog.
BranyaThe Comic Artist and AssistantsAn adorable little orange kitty who embodies the manga's mascot. He wears a black tuxedo and a pink bra over his ears. He communicates with cute little poster signs and is very cuddly.
ButchTom and JerryA black and white alley cat, who made his first appearance in the Tom and Jerry series in the 1943 short, Baby Puss (in which he serves as the secondary villain/main archenemy) alongside Topsy and the already-established Meathead.
CarlaFairy TailCarla (シャルル Sharuru) is an Exceed, the daughter of Queen Shagotte, and a close companion to Wendy Marvell. She and Wendy belonged to Cait Shelter before joining Fairy Tail. Carla is a small, white Exceed with pink ears and brown eyes, which are smaller than Happy's eyes. She also has two whiskers on each side of her face. Carla wears a pink bow near the end of her tail. Unlike the carefree Happy, Carla is very strict and serious most of the time, rarely showing emotions.
The Catillac CatsHeathcliffA group of cats who live in a junkyard and headed by Riff-Raff, an orange short, tough, streetwise alley cat whose main residence is one-half of an old transport overlooking the yard. Besides Riff-Raff, supporting characters include Cleo cat {Riff-Raff girlfriend}; Hector a streetwise Hispainc cat; Wordsworth W. Wordsworth a hip-hop groovy cat who speaks in rhyme; Mungo a big black Persian cat; and Spike the junkyard dog.
CatbusMy Neighbor TotoroIt is a large creature, depicted as a grinning male[1] cat with a hollow body that serves as a bus, complete with windows and seats coated with fur, and a large bushy tail. The character's popularity has led to its use in a spinoff film, toys for children, an art car, and being featured in the Ghibli Museum, among other products and influences.
CatCatDogSomewhat uptight and believes strongly in being polite and neat. He is a stickler for cleanliness and, like most cats, is aquaphobic. He is also obsessed with jet skis, once stating that he would sell his soul for one. Cat is 26 years old. Despite his sophisticated personality, Cat also has a dark side. Whenever he snaps, Cat becomes a ruthless, psychopathic maniac who even the Greasers are scared of once they see what he is capable of doing. He is attached to his twin brother, Dog.
CatPeg + CatA blue cat whose best friend is Peg. He loves circles and accompanies Peg on her adventures. Cat often inspires Peg to realize a solution to a problem without being aware of it himself.
Chance (T-Bone)SWAT KatsThe larger member of the SWAT Kats and pilot of the Turbokat jet. T-Bone is one of the best pilots in the SWAT Kat universe, as seen in "Cry Turmoil." He loves aerial warfare history, as seen in "The Ghost Pilot," and Scaredy Kat cartoons.
ChiChi's Sweet HomeAn adorable gray and white kitten with black stripes wanders away from her family and is found by a young boy, Youhei, and his mother. They take the kitten home and Chi then has a splendid time living with her new family, learning about different things and meeting new people and animals.
ChaosAladdin (TV series)A winged blue cat who desires that life be unpredictable, full of surprise and change. Chaos is an extremely powerful entity of whom both Mirage and Genie are terrified of. He is a fun-loving prankster and uses his power for antics and light-hearted harassment rather than intentional, malicious evil.
ChococatSanrioChococat is drawn as a black cat with huge black eyes, four whiskers, and like his counterpart Hello Kitty, no mouth. His name comes from his chocolate-colored nose.[3][4]
Claude CatLooney Tunes(a pun on the homophone "clawed cat") had his origins in several other cat characters used by Chuck Jones from 1940 to 1945. These cats were mostly similar in appearance and temperament, with black fur and anxious personalities.
Courageous CatCourageous Cat and Minute Mouse
DannyCats Don't DanceA cheerful, naive cat who wants to become a famous Hollywood star.
DuchessThe AristocatsMadame Adelaide's cat and mother of three kittens (Berlioz, Marie, and Toulouse). She falls in love with Thomas and is forced to choose her life at home or a life with Thomas.
Diana (Sailor Moon)Sailor MoonChild of Luna and Artemis and guardian to Chibiusa.
Diana (Jewelpet)JewelpetA Black Munchkin cat with white paws who uses Dark Magic. She wears a lace-trimmed pink waistcoat, a pink bow, and a silver heart-shaped necklace.

- Dinah (Alice in wonderland) Alice's cat Dinah is brown and white and wears a pink bow

DocHickory, Dickory, and DocA Doc think black and white cat tuxedo voiced by Paul Frees Hickory and Dickory together.
DoraemonDoraemonA blue, robot cat from the future to help his owner's great-great grandfather, Nobi Nobita who often have problems.
EekEek! The CatA purple cat whose motto is "it never hurts to help". This attitude generally gets him into trouble, from which much of the humor of the show is derived. Other characters include Eek!'s human family, with whom he cannot communicate via spoken language; Sharky the Sharkdog (his worst nightmare), and Eek's girlfriend, Annabelle.
EvilEarthworm JimThe ruler over Planet Heck, intent on claiming Jim's super suit or destroying the universe. He is frequently assisted, but more often annoyed, by his aide Henchrat.
FantomcatFantomcatThe Duke of Fantom. A masked swashbuckling hero who joins the Detective Team after his release and is nicknamed Fantomcat.
FeliciaThe Great Mouse DetectiveFeline "Enforcer" for Professor Ratigan.
FrancisFelidae
FelixFelix the CatA cute, funny black and white cat created in the silent film era. In later decades he has a "Magic Bag of Tricks".
FigaroPinocchioBest known as the pet cat of Mister Geppetto and Pinocchio too. Figaro has also starred independently in a number of Disney shorts, as the pet of Minnie Mouse, which was a common theme for Disney characters to be juxtaposed from movies to cartoon shorts. In a "Golden Key" Cartoon Digest of Walt Disney comics, Faigaro had his own page in regard to "Figaro Feline Friends" {various members of the cat family}
FritzFritz the CatThe main character of the Fritz the Cat films and comics. He is a college-aged anthropomorphic cat, presumably living in the 1960s.
FurrballTiny Toon AdventuresA greyish-blue ragged looking cat, with a bandage around his tail. Has many similarities to Sylvester and Penelope Pussycat and is prone to getting in unfortunate encounters. Serves once as Fifi La Fume's love interest and sometimes as Elmyra Duff's pet.
GarfieldGarfieldA fat, lazy orange tabby, who wants nothing more out of life than to eat and sleep. He has a penchant for consuming lasagna, enjoys tormenting Odie, and likes trying to mail Nermal to Abu Dhabi. Deep down, Garfield loves Jon and Odie. While Garfield's mouth doesn't move, his thoughts are audible.
GarnetJewelpetA pink Persian Cat who symbolizes love, and usually has a mature, feminine personality. She wears a red ribbon on her head and a pink jewel necklace. One of the three main characters of the series.
Gumball WattersonThe Amazing World of GumballA blue preteen anthropomorphic cat who is the series' protagonist.
HappyFairy TailHappy is a small blue Exceed with a white underbelly. Happy is usually seen carrying around a green backpack, where he keeps food and items that can be used in battle. When using his Magic, he can grow a pair of large, feathered, angel-like wings that allow him to fly around and carry others. Despite his small stature and eccentric appearance, Happy is very loyal to his teammates and fellow guild members and has a fairly significant amount of knowledge of the Magic world.
Jake (Razor)SWAT KatsThe smaller member of the SWAT Kats, who is a mechanical genius. He designed the various gadgets and advanced weaponry used in the Turbokat, and he serves as the radar interceptor and weapons control officer, or RIO, in the Turbokat.
JennyBucky O'HareThe attractive pilot of the Righteous Indignation, who belongs to an order of artificers (witches).
JessPostman PatBlack and white cat of the title song in the BBC.
Mr. JinksPixie and Dixie and Mr. JinksA ginger house cat with a blue collar on his neck. He frequently bullies the two mice Pixie and Dixie, but occasionally is a good friend to them and serves as their saviour in various episodes. His common catchphrase is "I hate meeces to pieces".
JuliusAlice ComediesA tuxedo cat who serves as a sidekick to Alice. He was the first recurring cartoon character created by Walt Disney.
KatzCourage the Cowardly DogHe is a red thin cat with yellow eyes. He is an antagonist as owner of sinister shops all having his name in him. He is quite good at sports and luring unsuspecting people to the traps he sets up, just for his own amusement.
KiraraInuYasha
The KittenSimon's CatThe Cat's flatmate who appears to be more intelligent than his older feline friend despite its young age.
Kitty KatswellT.U.F.F. PuppyA female cat who is one of T.U.F.F.'s best agents. She is also Dudley's partner and best friend. Skilled in various fighting styles and use of firearms, short tempered, and easily startled, Kitty is a force to be reckoned with.
KuroCyborg Kuro-chanA Black and white robotic cat tuxedo.
Kuroneko-samaTrigunA black cat (also what his name literally means) who appears in every single episode of Trigun.
Krazy KatLeopold the Cat Surreal cartoon by George HerrimanLeopold the Cat (Russian: Кот Леопольд, Kot Leopold) is a Soviet/Russian animation series about the pacifistic, and intelligent cat, Leopold. Leopold always wears a bow tie even when swimming. He is always confronted by two mischievous mice, Grey and White (Mitya and Motya).
KittyDanger Rangers
Kyo SohmaFruits BasketKyo Sohma (草摩 夾 Sōma Kyo?) is a character in the manga and anime series Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya. He transforms into an orange cat whenever he is hugged by a person of the opposite gender or when his body comes under a great deal of stress. This animal is not in the Chinese zodiac, but legend says would have been if it had not been tricked by the Rat into missing the induction feast.
KatKid vs. Kat
LuciferCinderellaThe pet cat of Lady Tremaine, who seeks to catch and devour Cinderella's mice friends, Jaq and Gus.
LunaSailor Moon
Master KorinDragon BallA master of Akido, and guardian of the path to Heaven.
MehitabelShinbone AlleyA singing alley cat who dreams of being a star and befriends Archy.
MirageAladdin (TV series)
MeowSpace DandyA dimwitted cat-like Betelgeusian (ベテルギウス星人 Beterugiusu-seijin?) who is brought aboard the Aloha Oe after Dandy and QT mistake him for a new species of alien. His real name is Me#$%* (pronounced Merowmreowreow)
MittensBoltA black cat with white fore-paws, muzzle, belly, and tail-tip. She has three scarred cuts into her left ear. She is the, at first, unwitting companion of the CG animated film's main character, Bolt, and his hyperactive and somewhat insane "sidekick", Rhino.
Mr. WhiskersFrankenweenieA angora cat are girls into vampire evil cat
NermalGarfieldThe self-proclaimed "world's cutest kitten.
Nyan CatAnimated pixellated cat with the body of a Pop-Tart, flying through space, and leaving a rainbow trail behind it.
Nicole WattersonThe Amazing World of GumballA blue cat and the mother of Gumball Watterson, and one of the main characters.
OggyOggy and the CockroachesA blue chubby cat who's often being harassed by a trio of cockroaches.
OpalescenceMy Little Pony: Friendship Is MagicRarity's ill-tempered Persian cat.
Dr. Paula HutchisonRocko's Modern Life
Pagan GriffinExtreme GhostbustersA Pet Kylie Griffin cat .
PantherlilyFairy TailPantherlily (パンサー・リリー Pansā Rirī) is an Exceed that used to work for the kingdom of Edolas as the Magic Militia's First Division Commander of the Royal Army.[3] He is currently a member of the Fairy Tail Guild and is Gajeel Redfox's cat companion. His head is that of a black panther's, but has a white muzzle and a scar running down across his left eye. Like his fellow commanders (except Hughes), he wore a personal set of battle armor with a long cape draped around his body, as well as a helmet.
Penelope PussycatLooney TunesA mute and shy black and white cat. Often chased by Pepé Le Pew, being mistaken for a skunk because a white stripe of paint gets across her back.
PeteMickey Mouse universeAntagonist to Mickey Mouse and friends.
PilchardBob the Builder
Proud Heart CatCare BearsOne of the Care Bear Cousins. She has turquoise fur (originally pale orange) with a white tail tip, and her tummy symbol is a pink star with a red heart inside.
Puss-in-BootsShrek 2A supporting character in the Shrek film series, as well as the primary protagonist of the 2011 spin-off prequel Puss in Boots. He is voiced in English, Spanish and Italian versions by Antonio Banderas. He is based loosely on Charles Perrault's fairy tale character of the same name, and is the main "other fairy tale character" in the three sequels.
PussyfootLooney TunesA small kitten who stands by the bulldog Marc Anthony's side.
The Rabbi's CatThe Rabbi's CatA cat which obtains the ability to speak after swallowing a parrot, and its owner who is a rabbi in 1920s Algeria.
RitaAnimaniacsA little grey and white kitten with green eyes. In the her part, she sings a song when the going gets tough. She acts as the brains to ensure her and her best friend Runt's survival.
RubbishRubbish, King of the JumbleAn overfed cat with a rectangle head, who lives in the junk-filled attic of an old house.
RuffThe Ruff & Reddy ShowReddy's best friend.
Salem SaberhagenSabrina, the Animated SeriesTalking black cat from the comic book, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and the television series of the same name in 1996, as well as the Sabrina, the Animated Series and its 2003 spinoff.
ScratchyThe SimpsonsAppears in a The Itchy & Scratchy Show, a show-within-a-show.
SebastainJosie and the PussycatsSnickering sidekick of Alexandria Cabot in the comic book and classic TV Cartoon series {although not shown in movie}. Sebastain and ALexandria are contemporary comic relief bumbling bad guys similar to Dick Dastardly and Muttley. {In fact Don Messick voiced both Sebastain Cat and Muttley!}
Sergeant TibbsOne Hundred and One DalmatiansThe cat who helps save the Dalmatian puppies from Cruella de Vil and her lackeys.
Si and AmLady and the TrampUnpleasant Siamese cats, best remembered for their song, The Siamese Cat Song / What's Going on Down There.
Simon's CatSimon's CatA cat who goes to extreme lengths to get his master to feed him.
Snowball IIThe SimpsonsOriginally Snowball V, there have been many housecats in the show.
SpotHong Kong PhooeyComic relief Sidekick to Henry the Janitor aka "Hong Kong Phooey"; Spot ended up doing most of the work and gets none of the credit.
StimpyRen and Stimpy
Streaky the SupercatDC Comic booksCat who accidentally received superpowers; pet of Supergirl; ancestor of Whizzy the Spuercat; later appers as comic relief sidekick in Krypto the Superdog.
Sylvester the CatLooney TunesBlack and white cat who commonly carries out predatory schemes on Tweety and Speedy Gonzales.
Tom CatTom and JerryAn anthropomorphic grey/blue cat who has a love-hate relationship with Jerry Mouse.
Top CatTop CatThe yellow furred, laid back and clever main character. He wears a purple hat and vest. He often rips off and/or tricks his gang and Officer Dibble. He does respect the effort the gang does for him, but he often takes credit for it.

Hello Kitty[edit]

In 2014 Sanrio announced that Hello Kitty is not a cat. She's a cartoon character. She is a little girl. She is a friend. But she is not a cat. She's never depicted on all fours. She walks and sits like a two-legged creature. She does have a pet cat of her own, however, and it's called Charmmy Kitty. [5]

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