Kaboodle is a spelling derivation of the English word "caboodle", meaning a group, bunch, lot, pack, or collection of things or people. Caboodle is further derived from boodle or booty.
This spelling of "kaboodle" has come into popular usage in culture and commerce, often found as part of the idiomatic expression "the whole kit and kaboodle", which can be loosely interpreted to mean "everything and more".
Kitten Kaboodle was a character in an anti-cat story written by Charles Schulz's Snoopy in June 1974. "Secretly, Kitten Kaboodle wished she were a dog. She was aware of the natural superiority of a dog, and it bothered her." Linus to Snoopy: "I think your anti-cat stories show too much prejudice.... I think you're going to make a lot of enemies.... Not everybody hates cats, you know!" Snoopy, in thought balloon: "I find that hard to believe."