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The Aristocats
Arlene, Garfield's girlfriend
Azrael, from the The Smurfs
Baby Donald's Kitten
Bagheera, from Junglebook
Bagpuss
Benny, from Top Cat
Bill the Cat
Binka
Brain, from Top Cat
Bucky, one-fanged Siamese cat in Get Fuzzy
Carlyle of the Comic strip Kit 'n' Carlyle
Cat and the Fiddle
Cat in the Hat
Cat R. Waul
Catbert is Dilbert's cat
CatDog
Chattanooga Cats
Cheesie, one of the Chattanooga Cats
Cheshire Cat
Choo Choo from Top Cat
Country, one of the Chattanooga Cats
Courageous Cat
Custard, Strawberry Short Cake's pet
Dinah, Alice’s little known pet cat
Duchess, from the Aristocats
Esso Tiger
Fancy Fancy, from Top Cat
Felix the Cat
Figaro, Geppetto's kitten from Pinocchio
Garfield
Groove, one of the Chattanooga Cats
Heathcliff
Hello Kitty
Henry the Cat
Hobbs from the comic strip Calvin and Hobbs
Jinks the Cat
Kiara from the Lion King
Kimba from the Lion King
King Leonardo, later named The King and Odie
Kitty Jo, one of the Chattanooga Cats
Korky the Cat
Kova from the Lion King
Lippy the Lion
Lucifer, Cinderella's cat
Ludwig is the cat in the Arlo & Janis comic strip
MGM Lion
Nala from the Lion King
Nermal, from Garfield
O'Malley from the Aristocats
Oil Can Harry
Penelope
Pink Panther
Puss in Boots
Riff Raff
Ruff and Reddy
Sargent Tibbs
Scar from the Lion King
Scoots, one of the Chattanooga Cats
Scratchy
Sebastian from Josie and The Pussycats
Shere Khan from the Jungle Book
Si & Am
Simba from the Lion King
Snagglepuss
Snowball
Sonja from the Heathcliff comics
Spook, from Top Cat
Stimpy
Sylvester
Thomas Cat from cartoon Tom & Jerry
Three Little Kittens
Tiger, Fievel's constant companion
Tigger
Tony, "They're Grrrreat!"
Tony the Tiger, Jr
Top Cat
Top Cat's Gang


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Aristocats The Aristocats. The Walt Disney's Aristocats movie was first released in 1970. Duchess, voiced by Eva Gabor, was an elegant cat from Paris who is kidnapped. She meets O'Malley, voiced by Phil Harris, who helps her return to Paris. 

Arlene is Garfield's girlfriend in the famous comic strip. She first appeared on the 17th of December, 1980. They both argue about each other, with Garfield needing to go on a diet and Arlene needing to get the gap in her teeth fixed, but they're perfect together. They have a love-hate relationship: Garfield loves himself and Arlene hates that. Arlene

Azreal Azrael appeared in the 1980's TV cartoon The Smurfs. Azrael wanted the smurfs for a snack. The cartoon was about tiny blue people called the Smurfs who live in the woods. Their leader was Papa Smurf, and they normally were at odds with Azrael the cat and his master, the villan Gargamel.

Baby Donaald's cat

Baby Donald's Kitten is the pet of the Disney character Baby Donald (Duck).

Bagheera the panther is the self appointed guardian of Mowgli, in Kipling's The Jungle Book. He is smart, responsible, graceful, and gets around rather quickly. His humor is rare, but effective. He has a great personality, but seemed to have the same problems with a "young man" that most of us parents do. Bagheera

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Bagpuss Bagpuss, Emily's much loved saggy old cloth cat, was the star of a television cartoon in England during the
80's. This classic British stop-motion animation featured Bagpuss, Madeline the ragdoll, Gabriel the toad,
Professor Yaffle, and the mice of the mouse-organ.

Bill Bill the Cat was a character from the Berkeley Breathed Comic Strip, Bloom County. The story was set in the late 1970's and became an instant hit. It was quickly compared to such strips as Doonesbury.

Binka is a very large furry cat, who is one quarter Persian prince and three quarters greedy. He appears in a pre-school children's program on the English TV network BBC.

Binka

Cats are known to be aloof, but "cat-titude" reaches new heights in Get Fuzzy, the bitingly hilarious comic strip from cartoonist Darby Conley. The comic strip revolves around a twenty-something ad executive named Rob Wilco and his dysfunctional family. Bucky, his one-fanged Siamese cat, who clearly wears the pants in this eccentric household. is a temperamental feline who is always causing trouble. It is the most cut-out, downloaded and e-mailed comic strip from United Feature Syndicate since Dilbert! 

c Carlyle of the Comic strip Kit 'n' Carlyle, is the quintessential kitten. Anyone who knows and loves cats recognizes him as the real thing. He is mischievous and lovable all at once and exhibits the classic feline behavior cat lovers see every day. Created was by Larry Wright and has been distributed since 1980.

Fiddler Cat and the Fiddle 

The cat from the nursery rhyme, "Hey Diddle Diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle the cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed to see such a sight and the dog ran away with the spoon".

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Caat in Hat The Cat in the Hat. Probably the most well known character from Dr Seuss' series of children's books. The story tells of a rhyming cat that arrives at a house and entertains a brother and a sister for the afternoon. After turning the house upside down he is able to magically clean the house before mom returns home.

Car R Waul Cat R. Waul is the villain from An American Tale: Fievel Goes West, Universal, 1991 Animation, He is voiced by John Cleese.

Catbert Catbert is Dilbert's cat from the comic strip Dilbert 1999.

Catdog CatDog

 CatDog was a half cat and half dog animated cartoon on the Nickelodeon television network from1998-99. The feline half was voiced by Jim Cummings.

Chatanooga

The Chattanooga Cats were five groovy rock musician cats (Cheesie, Scoots, Groove, Country, and Kitty Jo) introduced three regular cartoon segments: It's The Wolf (featuring the voice of Paul Lynde as Mildew Wolf), Autocat & Motormouse and Around The World In 79 Days. This was also one of the last HB shows to feature "talking animals"

The Cheshire Cat. A cat that could slowly disappear, leaving only its grin behind, as described in Lewis Carroll's novel 'Alice in Wonderland'. It appears and disappears at will, engaging Alice in amusing but sometimes vexing conversation. The cat is named after Carroll's home county, Cheshire. This cat is a bit mad but compared to the other characters can be described as sensible. (He is a smiling British shorthair with a ringed tail.)

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Cheshire

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Corageous

Courageous Cat was created by Bob Kane, the same person responsible for the original DC Comics Batman character. He had a sidekick named Minute Mouse. Courageous Cat was based in the Bat Cave, oops, the Cat Cave and received his orders from the Police Chief of Empire City, who happened to be a dog. The crime-fighting duo traveled around in the Catmobile and carried around a multi-purpose Catgun. Bob McFadden supplied the voices to both lead characters.

Custard Custard is Strawberry Short Cake's pet from the cartoon series.

Dinah. The little known cat (Alice's pet) in Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. The Cheshire cat is the better known cat in the story.   Alice kit

The Esso Tiger represented Esso Oil in the mid-1960s with his trademark catch phrase "Put a tiger in your tank" (created by Emery Smith). The tiger acually had a humble beginning in Norway in the early part of the 20th century. In 1953, Exxon, the American parent company of Esso, launched an intensive campaign, resurrecting the tiger. This was to become the cornerstone of one of Exxon's most successful advertising campaigns. The Esso Tiger was retired in the late 1960s but resurrected in 1972 when Esso changed its name to Exxon. Their ad slogan stated "We're changing our name, but not our stripes!" In 1982, Exxon featured the live tiger in the United States, and recently he leapt into the computer age in television commercials featuring a moving car that turns into a running tiger. 

 Felix the Cat. One of the first great stars of the animated cartoon and the hero of Pat Sullivan's cartoon strip series "Felix the Cat." 

Felix was created by Otto Messmer.


Felix

Figaro. Geppetto's kitten from Pinocchio
Figaro

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Garfield. Striped and bulgy-eyed comic strip cat known for his obnoxious comments, hefty appetite, and lazy lifestyle. Often played nasty tricks on his owner Jon and fellow family pet Odie, the dog. Garfield was created by Jim Davis and made its first appearance in 1978. Since then Garfield has appeared in newspapers and television.  Garfield

Heathclif Heathcliff. An orange cat who is always getting into trouble in one way or another and got his cartoon start in 1973 on the funny pages, about five years before Garfield. The comic strip was created by George Gatley. The mischievous cat spawned a variety of spin-offs including a series of paperbacks featuring Heathcliff cartoons as well as the animated film Heathcliff the Movie 1985. When not overturning trash cans, eating seafood, romancing Sonja, his pretty Persian cat girlfriend, or chasing mice, Heathcliff spends his time battling a bulldog called Spike. 

Hello Kitty is an animated cat created by a Japanese company called Sanrio. Also known as 'Kitty-Chan' she first appeared in 1975 on a plastic coin purse. The popularity of this cute cat has increased over the years and she now appears on many items, from toilet paper to instant noodles. Hello Kitty

Henry's cat

Stan Hayward's clueless animated cat, Henry, by nature was laid back, and a rather simple kitty. He was
standard fare for kids just as they returned home from school. Chris Rabbit and the rest of the gang were
always ready to be roped in to all sorts of mischief. Luckily Henry's Cat day dreamed most of the gang's
adventures so every episode had a happy ending, usually involving loads of cakes.

Hobbs is featured in the syndicated comic strip Calvin and Hobbs by Bill Watterson. According to Watterson, "Hobbs is named after a seventeenth-century philosopher with a dim view of human nature." Watterson got the inspiration for Hobbs from his cat Sprite. She was an intelligent, friendly, good-natured, gray tabby. She suggested the idea of Hobbes greeting Calvin at the door in midair at high velocity by her enthusiastic "sneak-up-and-pounce" behavior. Hobbs

Jinks the Cat was the constant, flayful menace of the mice Pixie and Dixie in Hanna-Barbara's first hit cartoon, "The Huckleberry Hound Show." Jinx may have "hated meeces to pieces," but loved his Kellogg's Raisin Bran. The TV series was sponsored nationally by Kellogg's Cereals. The series was a low-budget remake of the old "Tom and Jerry" cartoons, with the addition of an extra mouse.
Jinks

Simba Simba, Kiara, Kimba, Kova, Nala, Scar, and gang from Walt Disney's animated feature, The Lion King.

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King Leonardo, later named The King and Odie, began on NBC-TV on October 15, 1960. It was the second color cartoon series on the network's Saturday morning schedule, replacing the first run of Ruff and Reddy. King Leonardo was the ruler of the mythical kingdom of Bongo-Congo and his ever faithful companion Odie Cologne, a skunk who was the real brains behind the throne.

Korky Korky the Cat is from The Dandy Comic. Korky has had many different appearances in his 65 year history (that's 455 in cat years).

Lippy Lion Lippy the Lion and his friend Hardy Har Har a hyena premiered 1962. Lippy was, as the name implies, a lion; and Hardy was a rather dour-faced, non-laughing hyena. Lippy would come up with a wonderful but unworkable scheme to achieve whatever goal he was after; but it was usually Hardy, the pessimistic one, who suffered worse from whatever consequences befell them as a result.

  Lucifer.  Cinderella's cat who was always trying to catch her mice friends.  Lucifer

Ludwig Ludwig is the cat in the Arlo & Janis comic strip. Ludwig doesn't do much * except be a cat!! The strip was created by Jimmy Johnson who was born in Alabama and studied journalism at Auburn University. (I can forgive him for that!) This is my favorite comic and you can link to it's page from my links.  Click Here to see
http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/arlonjanis/
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MGM The MGM Lion is MGM's trademark lion mascot (a.k.a."Leo") and is seen at the beginning of every MGM feature film. Leo first roared July 31, 1928 for the debut of the movie White Shadows of the South Seas. The roar was heard via a phonograph record since it was a silent movie. The MGM lion logo was created in 1916 for the Goldwin Pictures Corporation by advertising executive Howard Dietz.

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Nermal is the self-proclaimed "World's Cutest Kitten," He often flaunts his cuteness and he loves to annoy Garfield about his looks and age. Garfield lets Nermal know he is a pain by mailing him to Adu Dhabi every chance he gets. It doesn't work though because Nermal always manages to get back.  His first appearance was September 3, 1979. Nermal

Oilcan Harry Oil Can Harry was the arch villain opposed to Mighty Mouse with his cry of "Here I Come to Save the Day!" had a full-time job rescuing his girlfriend Pearl Pureheart from the clutches of Oil Can Harry.
He first appeared in Terrytoons in 1955

Penelope

Penelope was an attractive female cat born in New Orleans to French parents. Pepe Le Pew considers her a skunk due to her markings and chose her as his mate and love since 1949. Though she finds him attractive she can't stand his scent. She has been trying to get rid of either him or his scent since their first meeting. 

Pink The Pink Panther, created by Friz Freleng, first appeared in 1964 in the opening credits of the comedy film, The Pink Panther, which was about a diamond supposedly flawed in image of a pink panther. The diamond was stolen in the first film. The diamond is never subsequently referred to, but the name stuck because of the distinctive animated character of a pink panther seen in the opening of the first film. The cartoon series was initially produced for theatrical release. The series eventually moved to television, with a Saturday morning cartoon series called "The Think Pink Panther Show" producing a number of additional Pink Panther cartoons.

Puss Puss in Boots is the famous fairy tale cat that made the miller's son rich, conned a king and killed an ogre.  It is a happy story, where the cat cleverly brings his master and the princess together. Puss-in-Boots is well known for his cloak, hat with a feather, bag and high boots. 

RiffRaff Riff Raff is a character in the Heathcliff cartoons.

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Ruff and Reddy A talking dog and cat cartoon team battling neighborhood bullies. "Get set! Get ready! here come Ruff and Reddy, they're tuff but steady, all ways Ruff and Reddy. They sometime have their little spats even fight like dogs and cats, but when they need each other that's when there Ruff and Reddy" Premiered 1957. Ruff

Tibbs Sargent Tibbs helps rescue the Dalmatian puppies from the evil Cruella De Vil in Disney's 17th animated masterpiece, 101 Dalmatians. It is one of the most cherished and sought-after Disney classics of all time -- and among the last films to bear the personal touch of Walt Disney.


Scratchy Scratchy is the cat in the duo Itchy & Scratchy. (Itchy is the mouse). Matt Groening created them as the cartoon show within the cartoon show 'The Simpsons'. Violent clashes between the two antagonist result in the death of Scratchy. Not a show for cat lovers!

Sebastian Sebastian is Alexandra's pet in the cartoon, "Josie and The Pussycats." Sebastian has been able to help Josie and the gang escape from traps and bad guys. However in the comics, it turns out that Sebastian is actually the reincarnation of Alex and Alexandra Cabot's deceased uncle. This particular uncle was prosecuted over 300 years ago for consorting with witches. Alexandra quickly found that she could cast spells when stroking Sebastian's back. Sebastian is also the wonder cat. He gets the group out of all sorts of trouble, by picking locks with his claws, stealing keys, or in true cat fashion digging his claws into the bad guys heads. 

Shere Khan Shere Khan is the man-eating tiger from Rudyard Kipling's "Mowgli" stories.  The story became Disney's 19th animated masterpiece, "The Jungle Book."
 

Si & Am are the two mean Siamese cats from the Disney animation movie, "Lady & the Tramp." Si & Am

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Snagglepuss originally appeared in 1959 as a minor character on episodes of some of Hanna-Barbara's televison cartoons. He had such appeal that he was given his own segment on The Yogi Bear Show when it premiered in 1961. Snagglepuss's favorite sayings were "Exit stage left" and "Heavens to Murgatroid." The voice of Snagglepuss was done by Daws Butler. Snagglepuss

Snowball was the original family cat in the televison cartoon sitcom "The Simpsons." Snowball was killed when he was hit by a car. Marge and Homer replaced Snowball with an identical cat Snowball II who now lives with the Simpson family. He is a lively cat that performs tricks and chokes on hairballs. 
Snowball

Sonja Sonja from the Heathcliff comics, was the girldfriend of Riff-Raff who was the leader of the Catillac Cats. 
They were stray cats who lived in a junkyard guarded by an incompetent guard dog named Leroy. Sonja lived in a music store with another incompetent dog named Bush

Ren and Stimpy Stimpy was the cat who teamed with a Chihuahua named "Ren". The show's attraction is its shameless and gross physical humor, often consisting of nose-picking and farts. Ren and Stimpy was Nickolodeon's competion for MTV's Beavis and Butthead. The show dealt with serious issues such as cruelty to animals and military humor.

Sylvester Sylvester tried millions of tricks, but never caught Tweety Pie, the canary, and always wound up being made the fool. Sylvester was created by Friz Freleng in 1945 for the cartoon 'Life with Feathers' where he first uttered those immortal words: "Thufferin' Thuccotash!". Mel Blanc supplied Sylvester's voice. 

Thomas Thomas Cat is the famous feline half of the popular cat and mouse team Tom & Jerry. The characters were created by Hanna-Barbara for MGM and debuted in the animated cartoon "Puss Gets The Boot" (1939) where Tom was called "Jasper". Chuck Jones created new cartoon adventures for "The Tom and Jerry Show" in 1965. Tom is a fiendish opportunist, always anxious to ingratiate himself with the powers that be, wether housekeeper, dog, or even, on occasion, mouse. Tom routinely got chopped, sliced, diced (run over by lawnmowers or blown up) but still he kept on going. 

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The Three Little Kittens are from the nursery rhyme, "The Three little kittens, They lost their mittens, And they began to cry, Oh mother dear, We sadly fear, That we have lost our mittens. What! Lost your mittens, You naughty kittens! Then you shall have no pie. . . ."  Three little kittens

Tiger Tiger is Fievel's constant companion in An American Tale: Fievel Goes West, Universal, 1991 Animation.. A large and extremely furry orange cat voiced by Dom DeLuise. Since he is a vegetarian he didn't eat Fievel on sight and is one of the two 'nice' cats in the AT world) Silly, fat and seemingly inflatable, he is the comic relief of the movie.

Tigger was created by A.A. Milne and featured in several Disney films. Tigger is one of Winnie the Pooh's friends. Milne's son, Christopher Robin, had a fascination for Winnie, a real life female bear at London Zoo. In 1926 Milne's first book about this loveable bear and his friends, entitled 'Winnie the Pooh,' was published. Tigger first appeared in 1928 in the House at Pooh Corner. Tigger is always jumping around and is known for his saying 'Ta Ta For Now'. Tigger's voice was by Paul Winchell.  Tigger

Tony Tony, "They're Grrrreat!" the Tiger was introduced to the world by Kellogg's in 1952 as the spokes-tiger for Kellog's Sugar Frosted Flakes. In 1953, Tony was featured in a four color spread in the August issue of Life magazine. His son, Tony Jr., became the trademark of Kellogg's Frosted Rice cereal. Since 1981, Tony's face has graced Kellogg's hot air balloon. Martin Provinsen, children's book illustrator, was the original designer. Thurl Ravenscroft provided the sole voiceover for Tony and his trademark growl: "They're Grrrreat!"

Tony the Tiger (Sr.) shared the spotlight with a smaller tiger character called "Boy" who later became Tony,
the Tiger Jr. (voice of Jack Haley, Jr.), the mascot for Frosted Rice cereal.  

Top Cat Top Cat was a Hanna-Barbera cartoon from1961. Top Cat lives in a Manhattan garbage can on Mad Avenue near the 13th precinct police station. Top Cat cleverly devised get-rich schemes while keeping a look out for the local copper, Officer Dibble. The Top Cat character was inspired by the Sgt. Bilko character from the military comedy "You'll Never Get Rich." Top Cat (TC to his firends) and his pals Benny, Brain, Choo Choo, Spook and Fancy Fancy. Topcat Dressed in a purple vest and flat hat. Top Cat's voice was provided by Arnold Stang.

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Top Cat cast
Top Cat's Gang was inspired by hit '50s TV comedy series The Phil Silvers Show (1955-1959) and the exploits of Ernest Bilko and his work shy motor-pool platoon, Hanna Barbera's Top Cat premiered in 1961 and ran for 30 episodes. It remains one of the studios most enduring creations...
Top Cat - TC to his close friends - is the sharp talking leader of a merry bunch of Manhattan alley cats: Fancy Fancy, Spook, Benny, Brain and Choo Choo.
Constantly scheming, their failed social climbing is observed by the local patrolman, Officer Dibble, who tries his utmost to evict the gang from Hoagy's Alley. 


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