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28th Apr '17 6:12:30 PM Theriocephalus
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* Cham Cham out of ''VideoGame/SamuraiShodown 2'' is quite a catgirl. Ears, tail, claws, and fleas. Seriously, she acts more feline than not--when she's unarmed, she walks on all fours (not crawl, but catlike), whenever she relaxes she sits on her haunches, and some of her poses (including a taunt) have her scratching behind an ear with her hindleg... er, foot.

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* Cham Cham out of ''VideoGame/SamuraiShodown 2'' is quite a catgirl. Ears, tail, claws, and fleas. Seriously, she acts more feline than not--when not -- when she's unarmed, she walks on all fours (not crawl, but catlike), whenever she relaxes she sits on her haunches, and some of her poses (including a taunt) have her scratching behind an ear with her hindleg... er, foot.



* ''Pillars of Eternity'' features a playable race of diminutive catlike people called Orlans. The Hearth Orlan sub-types have catlike eyes and large furry ears but are not completely furry.
* VideoGame/{{Smite}} has Bastet, Goddess of cats. She has digitgrade legs ending in paws, with a cat's tail and ears and makes meowing sounds when she pounces. This is actually a liberal interpretation because Bastet usually has a literal cat's head for her head instead of a CatGirl appearance. Either way, it worked out.

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* ''Pillars of Eternity'' ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternity'' features a playable race of diminutive catlike people called Orlans. The Hearth Orlan sub-types have catlike eyes and large furry ears but are not completely furry.
* VideoGame/{{Smite}} ''VideoGame/{{Smite}}'' has Bastet, Goddess of cats. She A somewhat unusual example, she has fully catlike digitgrade legs ending in paws, with paws in addition to a cat's tail and ears ears, and she makes meowing sounds when she pounces. This is actually a fairly liberal interpretation of the actual goddess, because Bastet usually has a literal cat's head for her head instead of a CatGirl appearance. appearance.%% Either way, it worked out.



* ''StarOcean'' has an entire race of people (Fellpool, denizens of planet Roak) with cat tails and elf ears. Fellpool don't act catlike at all, but Lesser Fellpool have the cat ears too and are apparently more beastlike -- the one that may join your party in the [[VideoGame/StarOcean1 first game]] can change back and forth from cat to catgirl, and uses cat-themed martial arts moves.

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* ''StarOcean'' ''VideoGame/StarOcean'' has an entire race of people (Fellpool, denizens of planet Roak) with cat tails and elf ears. Fellpool don't act catlike at all, but Lesser Fellpool have the cat ears too and are apparently more beastlike -- the one that may join your party in the [[VideoGame/StarOcean1 first game]] can change back and forth from cat to catgirl, and uses cat-themed martial arts moves.



* Evan from VideoGame/NiNoKuniII

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* %%* Evan from VideoGame/NiNoKuniII



* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The Faunus look humans except for certain [[LittleBitBeastly animal traits]], that are different for each individual.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The Faunus look like humans except for certain [[LittleBitBeastly animal traits]], traits]] that are different for each individual. individual, meaning that cat Faunus often end up looking like this.



You're done already, meow? I hope we can play again soon, [[{{verbaltic}} meow]]!

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You're done already, meow? I hope we can play again soon, [[{{verbaltic}} [[VerbalTic meow]]!
28th Apr '17 8:44:11 AM Schol-R-LEA
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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Creator/KurtVonnegut [[note]]The pseudonym was taken from one of Vonnegut's recurring characters and preferred AuthorAvatar, who was portrayed as a failed SF writer and UnluckyEverydude. Farmer used the name as an industry in-joke, as Farmer wrote the novel in a deliberate pastiche of Vonnegut's style. Since no one knew it was really Farmer, many critics assumed it was actually written by Vonnegut, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.

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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Creator/KurtVonnegut [[note]]The pseudonym was taken from one of Vonnegut's recurring characters and preferred AuthorAvatar, who was portrayed as a failed SF writer and UnluckyEverydude. Farmer used the name as an industry in-joke, as Farmer wrote he had written the novel in a deliberate pastiche of Vonnegut's style. Since no one knew it was really Farmer, many critics assumed it was actually written by Vonnegut, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.
28th Apr '17 8:43:33 AM Schol-R-LEA
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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Creator/KurtVonnegut [[note]]The pseudonym was taken from one of Vonnegut's recurring characters and preferred AuthorAvatar, who was portrayed as a failed SF writer and UnluckyEverydude. Because of this, and Farmer's deliberate pastiche of Vonnegut's style in the novel, many critics assumed it was actually written by Vonnegut, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.

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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Creator/KurtVonnegut [[note]]The pseudonym was taken from one of Vonnegut's recurring characters and preferred AuthorAvatar, who was portrayed as a failed SF writer and UnluckyEverydude. Because of this, and Farmer's Farmer used the name as an industry in-joke, as Farmer wrote the novel in a deliberate pastiche of Vonnegut's style in the novel, style. Since no one knew it was really Farmer, many critics assumed it was actually written by Vonnegut, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.
28th Apr '17 8:40:26 AM Schol-R-LEA
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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Creator/KurtVonnegut [[note]]The pseudonym was taken from one of Vonnegut's recurring characters, who was a failed SF writer and UnluckyEverydude. Because of this, and Farmer's deliberate pastiche of Vonnegut's style in the novel, many critics assumed it was actually written by Vonnegut, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.

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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Creator/KurtVonnegut [[note]]The pseudonym was taken from one of Vonnegut's recurring characters, characters and preferred AuthorAvatar, who was portrayed as a failed SF writer and UnluckyEverydude. Because of this, and Farmer's deliberate pastiche of Vonnegut's style in the novel, many critics assumed it was actually written by Vonnegut, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.
28th Apr '17 8:39:25 AM Schol-R-LEA
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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Kurt Vonnegut [[note]] Farmer was mistaken for Vonnegut by critics, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.

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* Kilgore Trout's ''Venus On The Half Shell'' (ghostwritten by Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer instead of Kurt Vonnegut [[note]] Farmer Creator/KurtVonnegut [[note]]The pseudonym was mistaken for Vonnegut taken from one of Vonnegut's recurring characters, who was a failed SF writer and UnluckyEverydude. Because of this, and Farmer's deliberate pastiche of Vonnegut's style in the novel, many critics assumed it was actually written by critics, Vonnegut, which pissed Vonnegut off no end.[[/note]]) has a cat-like alien queen who makes love to the hero and grants him immortality.
20th Apr '17 9:45:56 AM Golondrina
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* ''Webcomic/OrderOfTheStick'': In one of the more recent comics, Tarquin's allies are revealed, and one of them seems to be a Cat Girl.

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* ''Webcomic/OrderOfTheStick'': ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': In one of the more recent comics, Tarquin's allies are revealed, and one of them seems to be a Cat Girl.
9th Apr '17 2:02:08 AM AceOfScarabs
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* The ''[[Toys/FrameArmsGirls FA Girl]]'' Innocentia is a catgirl, with her choice of hair-tone or mechanical ears.
27th Mar '17 1:47:25 PM Sketchdoll
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* Mari is the main character of ''Webcomic/{{Moxie}}''. She has white ears and a white tail. When she gets angry, sometimes her canine teeth will show.
20th Mar '17 9:59:29 PM Karxrida
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20th Mar '17 12:42:58 PM Malady
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* ''AtelierIris'' also has Norn, a catgirl whose catlike behavior (but oddly enough, not her cat features) baffles people. Though one (female) NPC does becomes obsessed with touching her ears(!). It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Norn is really a cat turned into human form by a witch. Whether this means a normal cat or a {{werecat}} isn't clear; a {{werecat}} NPC thinks she's one of them, though.)]]

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* ''AtelierIris'' ''VideoGame/AtelierIris'' also has Norn, a catgirl whose catlike behavior (but oddly enough, not her cat features) baffles people. Though one (female) NPC does becomes obsessed with touching her ears(!). It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Norn is really a cat turned into human form by a witch. Whether this means a normal cat or a {{werecat}} isn't clear; a {{werecat}} NPC thinks she's one of them, though.)]]



* ''VideoGame/MegaManPoweredUp'': Roll's [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/megaman/images/d/d2/AlleyCatRoll.jpg Alley Cat Roll]] costume has her wearing a cat-eared AnimalEaredHeadband, a costume with a fake tail, and cat's paw gloves and boots.



* ''Caribbean Blue'' on katbox.net has several main character that are this trope or will assume from time to time, depending how the story goes, also as part of a series of plot points this trope is believed to identify the island's guardian

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* ''Caribbean Blue'' ''Webcomic/CaribbeanBlue'' on katbox.net has several main character that are this trope or will assume from time to time, depending how the story goes, also as part of a series of plot points this trope is believed to identify the island's guardian



** {{S|traightMan}}arah was stuck as one for a day [[NoodleIncident in the backstory]] when Tedd was careless with his TransformationRay, which left her scared of {{shapeshifting}}, though with some help from him and Grace she [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2012-07-16 eventually]] managed to get over this.
** After working out a few kinks in the catgirl form's design Tedd [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2012-01-10 uses it himself]] ([[GenderBender should not be a big surprise]], coming from him).

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** {{S|traightMan}}arah StraightMan Sarah was stuck as one for a day [[NoodleIncident in the backstory]] when Tedd was careless with his TransformationRay, which left her scared of {{shapeshifting}}, though with some help from him and Grace Grace, she [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2012-07-16 eventually]] managed to get over this.
** After working out a few kinks in the catgirl form's design design, Tedd [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2012-01-10 uses it himself]] ([[GenderBender should not be a big surprise]], coming from him).



** Grace has half-cat form acquired in the mini-arc named [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2002-05-09 Catnip]] and once assumed it [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2005-02-14 later]]. Which at least [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2002-05-09 gave us the immortal line]].

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** Grace has a half-cat form acquired in the mini-arc named [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2002-05-09 Catnip]] and once assumed it [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2005-02-14 later]]. Which at least [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2002-05-09 gave us the immortal line]].



* Mzzkiti from ''Freighter Tails'' and ''Cross Time Cafe''.
* The cast of ''[[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Purgatory_Tower/ Purgatory Tower]]'' is entirely made up of (non-cute, non-Anime-style) animal/humanoid hybrids or anthropomorphics (and in one case, a plant/animal/human hybrid), as the world the webcomic plays in is peopled by socalled "marsuls", humanoids fused with animals and displaying animal traits, down to their psyche. Features a cat-woman, a hyena-woman, a squirrel-girl, a racoon-man and others.
* The all-but-defunct ''[[http://underpower.non-essential.com/index.php?comic=latest Under Power]]'' has a catgirl character who is adorable, sweet, domestically submissive, with a high libido... and who also happens to be a nigh-invincible cyborg who kills her "boyfriend" every time she sleeps with him. Lucky, he seems to be powered by {{FPS}}s, and can respawn every time he's killed.

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* Mzzkiti from ''Freighter Tails'' ''Webcomic/FreighterTails'' and ''Cross Time Cafe''.
''Webcomic/CrossTimeCafe''.
* The cast of ''[[http://www.Webcomic/PurgatoryTower ([[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Purgatory_Tower/ Purgatory Tower]]'' com/Purgatory_Tower here]]) is entirely made up of (non-cute, non-Anime-style) animal/humanoid hybrids or anthropomorphics (and in one case, a plant/animal/human hybrid), as the world the webcomic plays in is peopled by socalled "marsuls", humanoids fused with animals and displaying animal traits, down to their psyche. Features a cat-woman, a hyena-woman, a squirrel-girl, a racoon-man and others.
* The all-but-defunct ''[[http://underpower.''Webcomic/UnderPower'' ([[http://underpower.non-essential.com/index.php?comic=latest Under Power]]'' php here]]) has a catgirl character who is adorable, sweet, domestically submissive, with a high libido... and who also happens to be a nigh-invincible cyborg who kills her "boyfriend" every time she sleeps with him. Lucky, he seems to be powered by {{FPS}}s, and can respawn every time he's killed.



* Felicity from ''Webcomic/TheDreamlandChronicles''.

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%% * Felicity from ''Webcomic/TheDreamlandChronicles''.



* ''[[http://www.yoshsaga.com/latest.php Yosh!]]'' has two of the main characters (Kate and Blue) changed into catgirls by the AppliedPhlebotinum of the comic's world.

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* ''[[http://www.''[[Webcomic/{{Yosh}} Yosh!]]'' ([[http://www.yoshsaga.com/latest.php Yosh!]]'' com here]]) has two of the main characters (Kate and Blue) changed into catgirls by the AppliedPhlebotinum of the comic's world.



* ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' features a, as Sarin, resident pervert says "The least fun [=Catgirl=] I know."

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* ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' features a, one, as Sarin, resident pervert pervert, says "The least fun [=Catgirl=] I know."



* ''Linburger'' calls them Mirrakae. They have little trouble finding one night stands as they seem to be fetishized in universe. Long term relationships are trickier, especially for homosexuals. They're a DyingRace for whatever reason, so they shun homosexuals of their kind, since they need as many breeders as possible.

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* ''Linburger'' ''Webcomic/Linburger'' calls them Mirrakae. They have little trouble finding one night stands as they seem to be fetishized in universe. Long term relationships are trickier, especially for homosexuals. They're a DyingRace for whatever reason, so they shun homosexuals of their kind, since they need as many breeders as possible.



* Matt from ''Webcomic/{{Concession}}''.
* Kit Ballard in ''Webcomic/BladeKitten''.

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%% * Matt from ''Webcomic/{{Concession}}''.
%% * Kit Ballard in ''Webcomic/BladeKitten''.



* Kade Whiteclaw in ''Webcomic/EerieCuties''.
* Lillith in ''Webcomic/{{Dreamkeepers}}''.

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%% * Kade Whiteclaw in ''Webcomic/EerieCuties''.
%% * Lillith in ''Webcomic/{{Dreamkeepers}}''.



* Order of the Stick: In one of the more recent comics, Tarquin's allies are revealed, and one of them seems to be a Cat Girl.

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* Order of the Stick: ''Webcomic/OrderOfTheStick'': In one of the more recent comics, Tarquin's allies are revealed, and one of them seems to be a Cat Girl.



* ''Webcomic/FiyoraNya'' has Ayako, Sierra, and catboys Ryuuko and Ichirou.

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%% * ''Webcomic/FiyoraNya'' has Ayako, Sierra, and catboys Ryuuko and Ichirou.



* ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfWiglafAndMordred'' - Herschell.

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%% * ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfWiglafAndMordred'' - Herschell.



* Faith, from [[http://aiacrowd.com/ Alone In A Crowd]]. In her case, it's described as a "birth defect", one which her parents refused to have "fixed" because they loved her just as she is [[spoiler: before they died]]. Although Faith is bullied at school because of them, her ears do have at least one benefit - cat-like hearing.

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* Faith, from [[http://aiacrowd.''Webcomic/AloneInACrowd'' ([[http://aiacrowd.com/ Alone In A Crowd]]. here]]): In her case, it's described as a "birth defect", one which her parents refused to have "fixed" because they loved her just as she is [[spoiler: before they died]]. Although Faith is bullied at school because of them, her ears do have at least one benefit - cat-like hearing.



* Miyet, just to name one from the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. (Double catgirl quotient because the actual goddess Bast -- see Mythology -- is behind her transformation and talks to her in her head every so often.)
* "Kittymorphs" are one of the first alternate player character races you can unlock in ''VideoGame/ImprobableIsland''.

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* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': Miyet, just to name one from one, or that was the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. (Double catgirl quotient because the actual intent, even though she has "faint fur", as her origin story is called ''[[http://whateleyacademy.net/index.php/content-menu/stories/131-catgirl-madness Catgirl Madness]]''. Her patron goddess is Bast -- see Mythology -- who is behind her transformation and talks to her in her head every so often.)
often. Miyet may become an actual example if Bast removes the fur, which she says she can:
--> Bast chuckled a little. *Perhaps in time I will pull the soft fur and slitted eyes from you. But it is a good color for your skin. Be good and I will make you more human.*
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* "Kittymorphs" are one of the first alternate player character races you can unlock in ''VideoGame/ImprobableIsland''.



* Reya Everheart from ''Literature/ArcanaMagi''.

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%% * Reya Everheart from ''Literature/ArcanaMagi''.



* A major ethnic group in {{Fenspace}}.

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%% * A major ethnic group in {{Fenspace}}.



** An episode had Selena Kyle, aka Catwoman, kidnapped by a Dr. Moreau wannabe who turned her into...you get the picture. It should also be noted that the episode also had a cat-man (man-cat?) who liked how she was and wanted Selena to stay. [[spoiler: At the end of the episode, he gives her the cure, but doesn't take it himself.]]

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** An episode had Selena Kyle, aka Catwoman, kidnapped by a Dr. Moreau wannabe who turned her into...you get the picture. It should also be noted that the episode also had a cat-man (man-cat?) who liked how she was and wanted Selena to stay. [[spoiler: At [[spoiler:At the end of the episode, he gives her the cure, but doesn't take it himself.]]



* Rook Blonko from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Omniverse}}'' is confirmed to be cat-like when a villian who can mind-control cats tries to control him.

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* Rook Blonko from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Omniverse}}'' ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' is confirmed to be cat-like when a villian who can mind-control cats tries to control him.
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