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22nd Feb '17 4:35:43 PM Malady
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* Her tail is larger and fluffier, but ComicBooks/SquirrelGirl is otherwise identical to a {{Catgirl}}.
21st Feb '17 5:36:21 PM ScrewySqrl
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* Her tail is larger and fluffier, but ComicBooks/SquirrelGirl is otherwise identical to a {{Catgirl}}.
11th Feb '17 7:02:10 PM Midonin
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* Seiren aka Ellen Kurokawa aka Cure Beat from ''Anime/SuitePrettyCure'' is a fairy who looks identical to a black cat, or better, she ''is'' a cat. She had a neckless that allowed her to transform into a human with no physical traits of a cat. After becoming Cure Beat, Seiren is trapped in her human form Ellen because her neckless got broken. In the HalloweenEpisode, Ellen cosplays as a black cat.

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* Seiren aka Ellen Kurokawa aka Cure Beat from ''Anime/SuitePrettyCure'' is a fairy who looks identical to a black cat, or better, she ''is'' a cat. She had a neckless pendant that allowed her to transform into a human with no physical traits of a cat. After becoming Cure Beat, Seiren is trapped in her human form Ellen because her neckless pendant got broken. In the HalloweenEpisode, Ellen cosplays as a black cat.
10th Feb '17 3:23:24 PM BulletproofLlama
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** Alex later becomes one after crossing with a villainous cat girl who wants to turn everyone into this.
10th Feb '17 2:15:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* Meena in the novel ''BraveStory'' (which later became a manga and a movie) is a cat girl. In the book, she's depicted as a FunnyAnimal, with fur all over and decidedly feline features; in the visual adaptions of the novel, though, she's portrayed as a cute nekomimi.

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* Meena in the novel ''BraveStory'' ''Literature/BraveStory'' (which later became a manga and a movie) is a cat girl. In the book, she's depicted as a FunnyAnimal, with fur all over and decidedly feline features; in the visual adaptions of the novel, though, she's portrayed as a cute nekomimi.



* In Neal Asher's ''PolitySeries'', a popular body-modification subculture are those called catadapts, who have modified themselves into a feline appearance.

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* In Neal Asher's ''PolitySeries'', ''Literature/PolitySeries'', a popular body-modification subculture are those called catadapts, who have modified themselves into a feline appearance.



* The titular character in the ''CatKid'' series by Brian James is a girl who is half-kid, half-cat.

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* The titular character in the ''CatKid'' ''Literature/CatKid'' series by Brian James is a girl who is half-kid, half-cat.
2nd Feb '17 3:52:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* Yayoi, the geisha who guards the entrance to Dark Demon's lair in ''DynamiteHeaddy''. When you deal enough damage to her, she gets pissed off and becomes much more fast and aggressive. They replaced her with a boring robot in the US version. Diss!

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* Yayoi, the geisha who guards the entrance to Dark Demon's lair in ''DynamiteHeaddy''.''VideoGame/DynamiteHeaddy''. When you deal enough damage to her, she gets pissed off and becomes much more fast and aggressive. They replaced her with a boring robot in the US version. Diss!
30th Jan '17 8:02:25 PM Luppercus
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** Actually the 1977 movie also has a cat woman named Maria (played by Barbara Carrera), so to this date all live-action film adaptations of the novel have a catgirl on it, albeit such character is not in the book.

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** Actually the 1977 movie also has a cat woman named Maria [[http://www.diseara.ro/images/filme/galerie/3166_11_1.jpg Maria]] (played by Barbara Carrera), so to this date all live-action film adaptations of the novel have a catgirl on it, albeit such character is not in the book.
29th Jan '17 10:14:45 PM Theriocephalus
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* Website/{{Fenspace}}: Catgirls are a fairly common result of handwavium biomodding. They’re the most widespread of biomods, partly because they’re an unusually common result of intended or random biomodification (it’s not clear why, but it’s theorized that most people unconsciously assume catgirls to be the “standard” biomod due to reasons such as the first biomod ever having been a catigrl -- handwavium tends to feed off of unconscious expectations -- with the later prevalence of catgirls creating a sort of self-feeding loop) and mostly due to criminal organizations having used handwaved tech to turn large numbers of people into catigrl slaves through an [[NightmareFuel extremely unpleasant]] process. Nowdays, many live in their own space colony in the Belt, while a small group runs a space-based company. Due to their transformations having been unwilling and quite unpleasant, most want as little to do with {{furries}} as they can, due to the latter having chosen to go through their own transformations.
29th Jan '17 9:03:51 PM Luppercus
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* A genetically engineered Catgirl appears in one episode of ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' heavily based on Doctor Moreau’s Island (and with [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Island_of_Dr._Moreau_(1977_film) Michael York]] playing the MadScientist no less), probably inspired by the Panther Girl character that appears in all three film versions of the novel.
28th Jan '17 11:44:58 PM Luppercus
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' has a in-universe famous Hollywood star Kitten Kaboodle seducing Baloo. Now, the setting is of a PettingZooPeople universe, so all characters are anthropomorphic animals, but Kitten Kaboodle is the most human-like animal ever seen in the show to the point that goes beyond the standard PZP to LittleBitBeastly territory.
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