List of fictional cats in television

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

Character Origin Notes
Abigail kitten I Carly Appeared in Halloween episode of "I Carly"
Angie and Fiddle The Friendly Giant "The Jazz Cats", cat puppets who played music with the The Friendly Giant and his friends
Bagpuss Bagpuss the large, saggy, pink and white striped, stuffed cat belonging to Emily and main character of the children's television show.
The Cat Red Dwarf A Felis Sapiens which evolved from the domestic housecat (see Frankenstein, below), is played by Danny John-Jules in the BBC TV science fiction sitcom.
Charley cat Marmaduke Cat friend of Marmaduke dog
Fluffy cat The Brady Bunch Appeared in the pilot episode only
Fluffy cat MASH 4077 Appeared in MASH Episode "Springtime"
Isis Star Trek: The Original Series Appeared in Star Trek TOS Episode "Assignment: Earth"
Kitty Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map A Mutant Kitty exposed to be a disguise by villain kid Shirley after being caught by Scooby Doo gang after being disguised as her ancestor Cnarlybeard the Pirate
Lord Tubbington Glee The male pet of Brittany Pierce
Mr. Puss "Glee" Male pet of Hunter Clarington, the leader of the rival glee club, The Warblers of Dalton Academy School.
Lucky ALF The Tanners' pet cat, whom ALF repeatedly tried to eat.
Miss Kitty Fantastico Buffy the Vampire Slayer Pet kitten of Tara Maclay and Willow Rosenberg. She is black with white rear feet, a white stripe from her chin to chest, and a small spot of white fur around her nose.
Monkey Perry Mason (TV series) In the Perry Mason TV episode "The Case of the Careless Kitten", Monkey, the titular cat, helps provide Mason with a clue to a murderer.
Mrs. Paw Big Barn Farm A live-action Cat
Muffy Shipping Wars Cat companion of carrier Roy "NIckel holding Up a dollar" Garber
Spot Star Trek: The Next Generation Data's Somali cat seen in Star Trek: The Next Generation[1]
Toonces Saturday Night Live Star of the reoccurring sketch Toonces The Cat Who Could Drive A Car.
Unnamed cat Emergency! Gave birth to kittens at Station 51; episode "Alley Cat" 3/3 6 Oct 1973

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  1. ^ Fiona Kelleghan (2005), "Cats", The Greenwood encyclopedia of science fiction and fantasy 1, pp. 105–107, ISBN 978-0-313-32951-7