List of catgirls

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A catgirl is a female character with cat traits, such as cat ears, a cat tail, or other feline characteristics on an otherwise human body. The list excludes anthropomorphic cats (e.g. Hello Kitty, Top Cat, The Cat in the Hat), humans dressed in cat costumes, and characters that fully transform between cat and human and not some in-between stage. It may include characters that wear a cat-themed costume, but only if there is strong recognition as a catgirl by news sources, as with Catwoman. For franchise characters, they are listed by their originating media, with ones in manga and anime listed separately from television and film. Male catpeople, called catboys, are also included.

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