Cat (disambiguation)

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Cat most commonly refers to the domestic cat, Felis catus, or Felis silvestris catus

Cat may also refer to:

Animals[edit]

  • Any member of the Felidae, the biological family of the cats, including pantherine species like leopards, jaguar, lions and tigers, but also smaller genera, like caracal, cheetah, lynx, pumas, wildcats

People[edit]

  • Cat Anderson (1916–1981), American jazz trumpeter
  • Cat Cora (born 1968), American chef
  • Cat Deeley (born 1976), English television presenter, actress, singer and model
  • Cat Doucet (1899-1975), American politician and sheriff
  • Cat Glover, American choreographer, dancer and singer
  • Cat Osterman (born 1983), American former collegiate softball pitcher
  • Cat Power (born 1972), stage name of American singer, songwriter and musician Charlyn Marie Marshall
  • Cat Rambo (born 1963), American writer and editor
  • Cat Stevens (born Steven Demetre Georgiou in 1948), stage name of singer Yusuf Islam
  • Cat Whitehill (born 1982), American soccer player and coach
  • Cat Zingano (born 1982), American mixed martial arts fighter
  • Nickname for Catherine or Katherine (given name)

Fictional characters[edit]

Places[edit]

In science and technology[edit]

Other uses[edit]

CAT or C.A.T.[edit]

Companies and organizations[edit]

Education[edit]

Science, medicine and technology[edit]

Sport s[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]