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* Greer Grant Nelson originally used a costume in her identity as The Cat, The Cat was upgraded to Tigra, and the costume was given to Patsy Walker, who took the name Hellcat. Hellcat crops up now and then, sometimes as an actual catgirl due to the fact that she was once the wife of the Son of Satan.

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* Marvel's Greer Grant Nelson originally used a costume in her identity as The Cat, The Cat was upgraded to Tigra, and the costume was given to Patsy Walker, who took the name Hellcat. Hellcat crops up now and then, sometimes as an actual catgirl due to the fact that she was once the wife of the Son of Satan.



* Han of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' is a cat youkai with cat ears and a humanoid face and figure, her calico hair is styled in a loose layered bob and her remaining hand is also multicolored and calico, her twin brother is slightly closer to PettingZooPeople in appearance than she.

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* Han of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' is a cat youkai with cat ears and a humanoid face and figure, her calico hair is styled in a loose layered bob and her remaining hand is also multicolored and calico, her twin brother is slightly closer to PettingZooPeople in appearance than she.



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

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* ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' features one, one who is, as Sarin, resident pervert, says "The least fun Catgirl I know."
15th Aug '17 6:56:23 PM darkemyst
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'''Biological UnusualEars'''

* Faith, from ''Webcomic/AloneInACrowd'' ([[http://aiacrowd.com/ 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.



* Most of the main characters in ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl''.
* The world of ''Webcomic/ButImACatPerson'' includes three cat-based shapeshifters: Reseda (a housecat), Blake (an "every big cat that isn't a lion", typically seen as a tiger), and a not-yet-introduced Lion. They typically stick to entirely-human or entirely-feline forms, but will sometimes sprout ears and a tail for the cuteness/weirdness/otaku-appeal factor.



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

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%% * Felicity Han of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' is a cat youkai with cat ears and a humanoid face and figure, her calico hair is styled in a loose layered bob and her remaining hand is also multicolored and calico, her twin brother is slightly closer to PettingZooPeople in appearance than she.
* Teeko
from ''Webcomic/TheDreamlandChronicles''.''Webcomic/{{Chirault}}''. The cat-person species is known as Kyrions, and they're considered a type of [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]].
* Mzzkiti from ''Webcomic/FreighterTails'' and ''Webcomic/CrossTimeCafe''.
* ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' features one, as Sarin, resident pervert, says "The least fun Catgirl I know."
* Tiren from ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'' is a catgirl ninja. Her mother is a ninja and her father is a "beastman" so she's also a HalfHumanHybrid.
* Kade Whiteclaw is a lusted after catboy in ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'' that sometimes has difficulty controlling his cat-like impulses.



* Ai in ''Webcomic/RoninGalaxy'' is a robotic version of a catgirl. She was apparently [[http://www.roningalaxy.com/comics/chapter-1/page-49/ manufactured with these parts as an accessory.]]

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* Ai in ''Webcomic/RoninGalaxy'' Anya from ''[[Webcomic/TsunamiChannel Experimental Comic Kotone]]''. In a case of questionable biology, her sister Lisa is a robotic version of a catgirl. She was apparently [[http://www.roningalaxy.com/comics/chapter-1/page-49/ manufactured with these parts as an accessory.]]fox-girl.



* Mzzkiti from ''Webcomic/FreighterTails'' and ''Webcomic/CrossTimeCafe''.

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* Mzzkiti ''Webcomic/FiyoraNya'' has catgirls Ayako & Sierra, and catboys Ryuuko & Ichirou.
* ''Webcomic/FlakyPastry'' has [[http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.com/comic.php?strip_id=126 Marelle]] as a lead character, who [[http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.com/comic.php?strip_id=127 hates being called a Catgirl]]. Quite where she fits into the trope is quite a good question since she is basically human, wears clothes and has no tail, but DOES have real cat-style ears, a somewhat flattened nose and a dark skin colour which is presumably skin, although this isn't made clear. She certainly has a mop of off-white hair styled in human fashion.
* In ''Webcomic/GhostsAmongTheWildFlowers'', Julia, although not the usual cutesy anime style. She's more like an elegant panther or jaguar.
* ''[[http://www.jaydenandcrusader.com Jayeden and Crusader's]]'' character Kat is a catgirl and appears with no warning and apparently no reason in the middle of the comic with a very rushed (2 line!) introduction.
* ''Webcomic/TheKAMics'' [[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_KAMics/5221124/ demonstrates a meme]]
* ''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.
* 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.
* In ''Webcomic/MyRoommateIsAnElf'' Jacinda and her mother qualify as this. They have cat-like ears, a tail, whiskers, and [[CatsHaveNineLives have nine lives]].
* ''Webcomic/NotAVillain'' has Kleya Smith's avatar [[ADogNamedDog Kat]], a pink-and-yellow catgirl who wants everyone to [[CatchPhrase be nice]].
* [[http://www.truefork.org/Art/comic/cindex.php?159 Myshka]]
from ''Webcomic/FreighterTails'' ''Webcomic/NotQuiteDailyComic'', a regular cat who was accidentally transformed into a "dangerously furry" Catgirl, retains most of her former behavior, somewhat subverting the trope.
* ''Webcomic/OkashinaOkashi'' features cat people, including a pair of cat boys [[CoitusUninterruptus who are often found engaging in certain activities]].
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': In one of the more recent comics, Tarquin's allies are revealed,
and ''Webcomic/CrossTimeCafe''.one of them seems to be a Cat Girl.



* Kathleen "Kat" Vance of ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''. And her good friend Vanity Thorn (Her ''real'' name... [[http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.php?s=399 poor girl]]).
* Among the other [[RealityWarper reality warping]] abilities fangirls have in ''Webcomic/AndShineHeavenNow'', they've turned objects of their affection into a cat-person twice: [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20080731.html Alucard]], and [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20090705.html Rip]].
* In ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Unity]] takes advantage of her AppendageAssimilation abilities and stitches some [[http://skin-horse.com/2013/eventually/ bobcat ears]] onto her head in order to resemble a favorite TV character.
* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' Riff had a ''very'' disturbing dream about a [[http://sluggy.com/daily.php?date=021119 satanic cat girl clown]].
* Katt o' Nine Tails in ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'', a [[CanadaEh French Canadian]] superheroine who, from what little we've heard so far, gained her powers from a magical cat. Unusually for this character type, Katt has ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as her name suggests]]) no less than nine fully prehensile tails. She's also apparently a fantastic masseuse.



* ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' doesn't have any actual catgirls, but frequently has gags involving catgirl {{cosplay}}ers, who are depicted as grotesque muppet-like creatures which swarm through fan conventions annoying everyone else. In fact, one group eventually went completely feral, generating a survival horror storyline and killing one significant second-string character.
--> ''[[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp01192004.shtml A message from Something Positive]]''': Please, for love of all that is decent, [[AC:Spay/Neuter Your Catgirl]].
* Anya from ''[[Webcomic/TsunamiChannel Experimental Comic Kotone]]''. In a case of questionable biology, her sister Lisa is a fox-girl.

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* ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' doesn't have any actual catgirls, but frequently has gags involving catgirl {{cosplay}}ers, who are depicted as grotesque muppet-like creatures which swarm through fan conventions annoying everyone else. In fact, one group eventually went completely feral, generating a survival horror storyline and killing one significant second-string character.
--> ''[[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp01192004.shtml A message from Something Positive]]''': Please, for love
Aryssa Katrina of all that is decent, [[AC:Spay/Neuter Your Catgirl]].
* Anya from ''[[Webcomic/TsunamiChannel Experimental Comic Kotone]]''. In a case of questionable biology, her sister Lisa
Nick Meyer's ''Verboten'' is a fox-girl.cat girl in the classical mold. This is because she's [[HalfHumanHybrid part feralian]] -- a species of humanoid felines with a tribal, ProudWarriorRaceGuy society. Since she's only ''half'' feralian, she's a cute {{Petting Zoo Pe|ople}}rson, but she lacks the agility and strength of full feralians, and she's not too popular with her tribe.
* ''Webcomic/WaywardSons'': Nemean hybrids like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110723.html H'pit]]and S'ket are catgirls. Pure Nemeans like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110319.html B'st]] are much furrier.



* [[http://www.jaydenandcrusader.com Jayeden and Crusader's]] character Kat is a catgirl and appears with no warning and apparently no reason in the middle of the comic with a very rushed (2 line!) introduction.
* Kathleen "Kat" Vance of ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''. And her good friend Vanity Thorn (Her ''real'' name... [[http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.php?s=399 poor girl]]).
* ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' features one, as Sarin, resident pervert, says "The least fun Catgirl I know."
* ''Webcomic/FlakyPastry'' has [[http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.com/comic.php?strip_id=126 Marelle]] as a lead character, who [[http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.com/comic.php?strip_id=127 hates being called a Catgirl]]. Quite where she fits into the trope is quite a good question since she is basically human, wears clothes and has no tail, but DOES have real cat-style ears, a somewhat flattened nose and a dark skin colour which is presumably skin, although this isn't made clear. She certainly has a mop of off-white hair styled in human fashion.
* [[http://www.truefork.org/Art/comic/cindex.php?159 Myshka]] from ''Webcomic/NotQuiteDailyComic'', a regular cat who was accidentally transformed into a "dangerously furry" Catgirl, retains most of her former behavior, somewhat subverting the trope.
* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' Riff had a ''very'' disturbing dream about a [[http://sluggy.com/daily.php?date=021119 satanic cat girl clown]].
* Liger Neqishol (do NOT call her Nekishojo) of ''Webcomic/TriquetraCats'' (the main characters fall under the costume only definition)
* Teeko from ''Webcomic/{{Chirault}}''. The cat-person species is known as Kyrions, and they're considered a type of [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]].

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* [[http://www.jaydenandcrusader.com Jayeden and Crusader's]] character Kat ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'': Asuka, the CEO of Kodate Corporation is a catgirl and appears with no warning and apparently no reason in the middle of the comic with a very rushed (2 line!) introduction.
* Kathleen "Kat" Vance of ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''. And her good friend Vanity Thorn (Her ''real'' name... [[http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.php?s=399 poor girl]]).
* ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' features one, as Sarin, resident pervert, says "The least fun Catgirl I know."
* ''Webcomic/FlakyPastry'' has [[http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.com/comic.php?strip_id=126 Marelle]] as a lead character, who [[http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.com/comic.php?strip_id=127 hates being called a Catgirl]]. Quite where she fits into the trope is quite a good question since she is basically human, wears clothes and has no tail, but DOES have real cat-style ears, a
catgirl. She's somewhat flattened nose unusual in that so far she hasn't shown any of the traditional traits of a cat girl. She seems to be a very astute business woman who happens to have cat ears.

'''[[AnimalEaredHeadband Cat-Eared Headband]] Costumers
and a dark skin colour which is presumably skin, although this isn't made clear. She certainly has a mop of off-white hair styled in human fashion.
* [[http://www.truefork.org/Art/comic/cindex.php?159 Myshka]] from ''Webcomic/NotQuiteDailyComic'', a regular cat who was accidentally transformed into a "dangerously furry" Catgirl, retains most of her former behavior, somewhat subverting the trope.
* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' Riff had a ''very'' disturbing dream about a [[http://sluggy.com/daily.php?date=021119 satanic cat girl clown]].
* Liger Neqishol (do NOT call her Nekishojo) of ''Webcomic/TriquetraCats'' (the main characters fall under the costume only definition)
* Teeko from ''Webcomic/{{Chirault}}''. The cat-person species is known as Kyrions, and they're considered a type of [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]].
Cosplayers'''



* ''Webcomic/OkashinaOkashi'' features cat people, including a pair of cat boys [[CoitusUninterruptus who are often found engaging in certain activities]].
* Yuri from ''Webcomic/{{Spacetrawler}}'' starts off wearing a pair of costume cat ears all the time. Then she gets a pair of real cat ears surgically grafted onto her head.
* Among the other [[RealityWarper reality warping]] abilities fangirls have in ''Webcomic/AndShineHeavenNow'', they've turned objects of their affection into a cat-person twice: [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20080731.html Alucard]], and [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20090705.html Rip]].
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': In one of the more recent comics, Tarquin's allies are revealed, and one of them seems to be a Cat Girl.
* Although not a literal Catgirl, Nepeta from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' seems to be designed to invoke this character type, with her ear-like horns and permanent CatSmile. Plus, she wears a tail and a hat with sort of a cat face, and fights using [[WolverineClaws gloves with claws attached]]. She also roleplays as a cat online, and makes [[PungeonMaster feline-related puns at any pawsible chance]].
** Later done more literally with [[spoiler:Jasprosesprite^2, who is part cat, part eldritch princess doll, part girl, and two parts game sprite]].
* Katt o' Nine Tails in ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'', a [[CanadaEh French Canadian]] superheroine who, from what little we've heard so far, gained her powers from a magical cat. Unusually for this character type, Katt has ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as her name suggests]]) no less than nine fully prehensile tails. She's also apparently a fantastic masseuse.

to:

* ''Webcomic/OkashinaOkashi'' features cat people, including ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' had the [[TheDitz ditzy]] Devil Girl fan-nicknamed Tangerine who wears a pair of cat boys [[CoitusUninterruptus catgirl-y hoodie and... [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-06-11 Changey!]]
* ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' doesn't have any actual catgirls, but frequently has gags involving catgirl {{cosplay}}ers,
who are often found engaging in certain activities]].
* Yuri
depicted as grotesque muppet-like creatures which swarm through fan conventions annoying everyone else. In fact, one group eventually went completely feral, generating a survival horror storyline and killing one significant second-string character.
--> ''[[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp01192004.shtml A message
from ''Webcomic/{{Spacetrawler}}'' starts off wearing a pair Something Positive]]''': Please, for love of costume cat ears all the time. Then she gets a pair of real cat ears surgically grafted onto her head.
* Among the other [[RealityWarper reality warping]] abilities fangirls have in ''Webcomic/AndShineHeavenNow'', they've turned objects of their affection into a cat-person twice: [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20080731.html Alucard]],
that is decent, [[AC:Spay/Neuter Your Catgirl]].

'''Unsorted, Both
and [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20090705.html Rip]].
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': In one of the more recent comics, Tarquin's allies are revealed, and one of them seems to be a Cat Girl.
* Although not a literal Catgirl, Nepeta from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' seems to be designed to invoke this character type, with her ear-like horns and permanent CatSmile. Plus, she wears a tail and a hat with sort of a cat face, and fights using [[WolverineClaws gloves with claws attached]]. She also roleplays as a cat online, and makes [[PungeonMaster feline-related puns at any pawsible chance]].
** Later done more literally with [[spoiler:Jasprosesprite^2, who is part cat, part eldritch princess doll, part girl, and two parts game sprite]].
* Katt o' Nine Tails in ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'', a [[CanadaEh French Canadian]] superheroine who, from what little we've heard so far, gained her powers from a magical cat. Unusually for this character type, Katt has ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as her name suggests]]) no less than nine fully prehensile tails. She's also apparently a fantastic masseuse.
Other'''



* Faith, from ''Webcomic/AloneInACrowd'' ([[http://aiacrowd.com/ 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.
* Most of the main characters in ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl''.



* Han of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' is a cat youkai with cat ears and a humanoid face and figure, her calico hair is styled in a loose layered bob and her remaining hand is also multicolored and calico, her twin brother is closer to PettingZooPeople in appearance than she.



* Tiren from ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'' is a catgirl ninja. Her mother is a ninja and her father is a "beastman" so she's also a HalfHumanHybrid.
* Kade Whiteclaw is a lusted after catboy in ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'' that sometimes has difficulty controlling his cat-like impulses.

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%% * Tiren Felicity from ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'' is a catgirl ninja. Her mother is a ninja and her father is a "beastman" so she's also a HalfHumanHybrid.
* Kade Whiteclaw is a lusted after catboy in ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'' that sometimes has difficulty controlling his cat-like impulses.
''Webcomic/TheDreamlandChronicles''.



* ''Webcomic/FiyoraNya'' has catgirls Ayako & Sierra, and cat''boys'' Ryuuko & Ichirou.
* ''Webcomic/TheKAMics'' [[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_KAMics/5221124/ demonstrates a meme]]
* ''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.
* ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' had the [[TheDitz ditzy]] Devil Girl fan-nicknamed Tangerine who wears a catgirl-y hoodie and... [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-06-11 Changey!]]
* In ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Unity]] takes advantage of her AppendageAssimilation abilities and stitches some [[http://skin-horse.com/2013/eventually/ bobcat ears]] onto her head in order to resemble a favorite TV character.
* The world of ''Webcomic/ButImACatPerson'' includes three cat-based shapeshifters: Reseda (a housecat), Blake (an "every big cat that isn't a lion", typically seen as a tiger), and a not-yet-introduced Lion. They typically stick to entirely-human or entirely-feline forms, but will sometimes sprout ears and a tail for the cuteness/weirdness/otaku-appeal factor.
* In ''Webcomic/GhostsAmongTheWildFlowers'', Julia, although not the usual cutesy anime style. She's more like an elegant panther or jaguar.
* 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.
* In ''Webcomic/MyRoommateIsAnElf'' Jacinda and her mother qualify as this. They have cat-like ears, a tail, whiskers, and [[CatsHaveNineLives have nine lives]].
* ''Webcomic/NotAVillain'' has Kleya Smith's avatar [[ADogNamedDog Kat]], a pink-and-yellow catgirl who wants everyone to [[CatchPhrase be nice]].
* Aryssa Katrina of Nick Meyer's ''Verboten'' is a cat girl in the classical mold. This is because she's [[HalfHumanHybrid part feralian]] -- a species of humanoid felines with a tribal, ProudWarriorRaceGuy society. Since she's only ''half'' feralian, she's a cute {{Petting Zoo Pe|ople}}rson, but she lacks the agility and strength of full feralians, and she's not too popular with her tribe.
* ''Webcomic/WaywardSons'': Nemean hybrids like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110723.html H'pit]]and S'ket are catgirls. Pure Nemeans like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110319.html B'st]] are much furrier.
* ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'': Asuka, the CEO of Kodate Corporation is a catgirl. She's somewhat unusual in that so far she hasn't shown any of the traditional traits of a cat girl. She seems to be a very astute business woman who happens to have cat ears.

to:

* ''Webcomic/FiyoraNya'' has catgirls Ayako & Sierra, Although not a literal Catgirl, Nepeta from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' seems to be designed to invoke this character type, with her ear-like horns and cat''boys'' Ryuuko & Ichirou.
permanent CatSmile. Plus, she wears a tail and a hat with sort of a cat face, and fights using [[WolverineClaws gloves with claws attached]]. She also roleplays as a cat online, and makes [[PungeonMaster feline-related puns at any pawsible chance]].
** Later done more literally with [[spoiler:Jasprosesprite^2, who is part cat, part eldritch princess doll, part girl, and two parts game sprite]].
* ''Webcomic/TheKAMics'' Ai in ''Webcomic/RoninGalaxy'' is a robotic version of a catgirl. She was apparently [[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_KAMics/5221124/ demonstrates a meme]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Linburger}}'' calls them Mirrakae. They have little trouble finding one night stands
roningalaxy.com/comics/chapter-1/page-49/ manufactured with these parts as they seem to be fetishized in universe. Long term relationships are trickier, especially for homosexuals. They're an accessory.]]
* Yuri from ''Webcomic/{{Spacetrawler}}'' starts off wearing
a DyingRace for whatever reason, so they shun homosexuals pair of their kind, since they need as many breeders as possible.
* ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' had
costume cat ears all the [[TheDitz ditzy]] Devil Girl fan-nicknamed Tangerine who wears time. Then she gets a catgirl-y hoodie and... [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-06-11 Changey!]]
* In ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Unity]] takes advantage
pair of her AppendageAssimilation abilities and stitches some [[http://skin-horse.com/2013/eventually/ bobcat ears]] real cat ears surgically grafted onto her head in order to resemble a favorite TV character.
head.
* The world Liger Neqishol (do NOT call her Nekishojo) of ''Webcomic/ButImACatPerson'' includes three cat-based shapeshifters: Reseda (a housecat), Blake (an "every big cat that isn't a lion", typically seen as a tiger), and a not-yet-introduced Lion. They typically stick to entirely-human or entirely-feline forms, but will sometimes sprout ears and a tail for the cuteness/weirdness/otaku-appeal factor.
* In ''Webcomic/GhostsAmongTheWildFlowers'', Julia, although not the usual cutesy anime style. She's more like an elegant panther or jaguar.
* Mari is the
''Webcomic/TriquetraCats'' (the main character of ''Webcomic/{{Moxie}}''. She has white ears and a white tail. When she gets angry, sometimes her canine teeth will show.
* In ''Webcomic/MyRoommateIsAnElf'' Jacinda and her mother qualify as this. They have cat-like ears, a tail, whiskers, and [[CatsHaveNineLives have nine lives]].
* ''Webcomic/NotAVillain'' has Kleya Smith's avatar [[ADogNamedDog Kat]], a pink-and-yellow catgirl who wants everyone to [[CatchPhrase be nice]].
* Aryssa Katrina of Nick Meyer's ''Verboten'' is a cat girl in
characters fall under the classical mold. This is because she's [[HalfHumanHybrid part feralian]] -- a species of humanoid felines with a tribal, ProudWarriorRaceGuy society. Since she's costume only ''half'' feralian, she's a cute {{Petting Zoo Pe|ople}}rson, but she lacks the agility and strength of full feralians, and she's not too popular with her tribe.
* ''Webcomic/WaywardSons'': Nemean hybrids like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110723.html H'pit]]and S'ket are catgirls. Pure Nemeans like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110319.html B'st]] are much furrier.
* ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'': Asuka, the CEO of Kodate Corporation is a catgirl. She's somewhat unusual in that so far she hasn't shown any of the traditional traits of a cat girl. She seems to be a very astute business woman who happens to have cat ears.
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* Han of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' is a cat youkai with a humanoid face and figure, her hair is styled like a humans though calico and her remaining hand is also multicolored and calico, her twin brother is closer to PettingZooPeople in appearance than she.

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* Han of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' is a cat youkai with cat ears and a humanoid face and figure, her calico hair is styled like in a humans though calico loose layered bob and her remaining hand is also multicolored and calico, her twin brother is closer to PettingZooPeople in appearance than she.
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* ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'': Miya is normally cat-shaped, but has a humanoid form, which keeps the cat ears and tail.



* Myan from ''Webcomic/CatNine'' when she's transformed. She's supposed to be fully human when using her collar, but the spell that allows her to transform was incomplete, but they decided to leave like that anyway.
%% * Felicity from ''Webcomic/TheDreamlandChronicles''.



* Myan from ''Webcomic/CatNine'' when she's transformed. She's supposed to be fully human when using her collar, but the spell that allows her to transform was incomplete, but they decided to leave like that anyway.



* The cast of Webcomic/PurgatoryTower ([[http://www.theduckwebcomics.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 ''Webcomic/UnderPower'' ([[http://underpower.non-essential.com/index.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.
** Repeatedly respawning just to die again seconds later can be more of a curse than a blessing, especially when he pisses off the Elf.



* The cast of ''Webcomic/PurgatoryTower'' ([[http://www.theduckwebcomics.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 ''Webcomic/UnderPower'' ([[http://underpower.non-essential.com/index.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.
** Repeatedly respawning just to die again seconds later can be more of a curse than a blessing, especially when he pisses off the Elf.



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



* ''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''.



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



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



* ''Webcomic/TheKAMics'' [[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_KAMics/5221124/ demonstrates a meme]]
* Aryssa Katrina of Nick Meyer's ''Verboten'' is a cat girl in the classical mold. This is because she's [[HalfHumanHybrid part feralian]] -- a species of humanoid felines with a tribal, ProudWarriorRaceGuy society. Since she's only ''half'' feralian, she's a cute {{Petting Zoo Pe|ople}}rson, but she lacks the agility and strength of full feralians, and she's not too popular with her tribe.
* Most of the main characters in ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl''.



* Tiren from ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'' is a catgirl ninja. Her mother is a ninja and her father is a "beastman" so she's also a HalfHumanHybrid.
* ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'': Asuka, the CEO of Kodate Corporation is a catgirl. She's somewhat unusual in that so far she hasn't shown any of the traditional traits of a cat girl. She seems to be a very astute business woman who happens to have cat ears.
* Siat Wildstar of erotic fantasy webcomic ''Webcomic/Eromugen''.
* ''Webcomic/WaywardSons'': Nemean hybrids like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110723.html H'pit]]and S'ket are catgirls. Pure Nemeans like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110319.html B'st]] are much furrier.
* ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' had the [[TheDitz ditzy]] Devil Girl fan-nicknamed Tangerine who wears a catgirl-y hoodie and... [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-06-11 Changey!]]



* Most of the main characters in ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl''.
%% * Kit Ballard in ''Webcomic/BladeKitten''.
* Han of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' is a cat youkai with a humanoid face and figure, her hair is styled like a humans though calico and her remaining hand is also multicolored and calico, her twin brother is closer to PettingZooPeople in appearance than she.
%% * Matt from ''Webcomic/{{Concession}}''.
%% * Lillith in ''Webcomic/{{Dreamkeepers}}''.
* Tiren from ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'' is a catgirl ninja. Her mother is a ninja and her father is a "beastman" so she's also a HalfHumanHybrid.
* Kade Whiteclaw is a lusted after catboy in ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'' that sometimes has difficulty controlling his cat-like impulses.
* Siat Wildstar of erotic fantasy webcomic ''Webcomic/{{Eromugen}}''.
* ''Webcomic/FiyoraNya'' has catgirls Ayako & Sierra, and cat''boys'' Ryuuko & Ichirou.
* ''Webcomic/TheKAMics'' [[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_KAMics/5221124/ demonstrates a meme]]
* ''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.
* ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' had the [[TheDitz ditzy]] Devil Girl fan-nicknamed Tangerine who wears a catgirl-y hoodie and... [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-06-11 Changey!]]



* In ''Webcomic/MyRoommateIsAnElf'' Jacinda and her mother qualify as this. They have cat-like ears, a tail, whiskers, and [[CatsHaveNineLives have nine lives]].



* 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.
* In ''Webcomic/MyRoommateIsAnElf'' Jacinda and her mother qualify as this. They have cat-like ears, a tail, whiskers, and [[CatsHaveNineLives have nine lives]].



* ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'': Miya is normally cat-shaped, but has a humanoid form, which keeps the cat ears and tail.
* 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.

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* ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'': Miya Aryssa Katrina of Nick Meyer's ''Verboten'' is normally cat-shaped, but has a cat girl in the classical mold. This is because she's [[HalfHumanHybrid part feralian]] -- a species of humanoid form, which keeps felines with a tribal, ProudWarriorRaceGuy society. Since she's only ''half'' feralian, she's a cute {{Petting Zoo Pe|ople}}rson, but she lacks the agility and strength of full feralians, and she's not too popular with her tribe.
* ''Webcomic/WaywardSons'': Nemean hybrids like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110723.html H'pit]]and S'ket are catgirls. Pure Nemeans like [[http://waywardsons.keenspot.com/d/20110319.html B'st]] are much furrier.
* ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'': Asuka, the CEO of Kodate Corporation is a catgirl. She's somewhat unusual in that so far she hasn't shown any of the traditional traits of a
cat ears and tail.
* Mari is the main character of ''Webcomic/{{Moxie}}''.
girl. She has white ears and seems to be a white tail. When she gets angry, sometimes her canine teeth will show. very astute business woman who happens to have cat ears.
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* The protagonist in ''Literature/EverybodyLovesLargeChests'' shapeshifts into the form of a cute cat girl as one of it's favorite disguises.
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* Nekos. You can become one, and AWTOK is after them.
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** It's probably also worth mentioning that Tamaranians like ComicBook/{{Starfire}} are descended from tree-dwelling flying cats, meaning they technically qualify for this trope.

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** It's probably also worth mentioning that Tamaranians like ComicBook/{{Starfire}} are descended from tree-dwelling flying cats.

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** It's probably also worth mentioning that Tamaranians like ComicBook/{{Starfire}} are descended from tree-dwelling flying cats.cats, meaning they technically qualify for this trope.
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->''"Here, kitty, kitty. Wish I was playing hide-and-seek with [[DatingCatwoman Black Cat]]. I ''so'' prefer my felines female."''

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->''"Here, kitty, kitty. Wish I was playing hide-and-seek with [[DatingCatwoman Black Cat]].ComicBook/BlackCat. I ''so'' prefer my felines female."''



A [=Catgirl=] is a character that looks mostly like a human but she has some parts like a cat, usually [[UnusualEars the ears]], tail, eyes, and sometimes claws or even a natural FurBikini. A [=Catgirl=] is not furry, and should still have human skin, human hair, a human face, a completely human nose, and a human skull and torso structure. The [=Catgirl=] is stereotypically female, though Catboys do exist.

A [=Catgirl=] can also have other minor feline features, such as a cat tail, CuteLittleFangs, cat-like AnimalEyes, FemmeFatalons or [[NaturalWeapon actual claws]]. She often has personality traits that conform to feline AnimalStereotypes. She might also have a VerbalTic that imitates the sound of a cat. She might also demonstrate a FauxPaw.

Some [=catgirls=] are biologically [=Catgirl=], either because of some degree of non-human ancestry or because of a change brought upon by MagicAndPowers or AppliedPhlebotinum. Examples do not have to be defaultly [=Catgirls=]. They can be normal humans who [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting have been turned into]] [=Catgirls=]. These catgirls would be a subcategory of UnusualEars and LittleBitBeastly.

Other [=Catgirls=] merely wear [[AnimalEaredHeadband cat-themed costumes]], sometimes as part of feline themed AnimalMotifs. These [=Catgirls=] would be a subcategory of AnimalEaredHeadband. Faux kitties will wear at least fake ears, and often a fake tail. Sometimes they wear gloves resembling cat paws.

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A [=Catgirl=] Catgirl is a character that looks mostly like a human but she has some parts like a cat, usually [[UnusualEars the ears]], tail, eyes, and sometimes claws or even a natural FurBikini. A [=Catgirl=] Catgirl is not furry, and should still have human skin, human hair, a human face, a completely human nose, and a human skull and torso structure. The [=Catgirl=] Catgirl is stereotypically female, though Catboys do exist.

A [=Catgirl=] Catgirl can also have other minor feline features, such as a cat tail, CuteLittleFangs, cat-like AnimalEyes, FemmeFatalons or [[NaturalWeapon actual claws]]. She often has personality traits that conform to feline AnimalStereotypes. She might also have a VerbalTic that imitates the sound of a cat. She might also demonstrate a FauxPaw.

Some [=catgirls=] catgirls are biologically [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, either because of some degree of non-human ancestry or because of a change brought upon by MagicAndPowers or AppliedPhlebotinum. Examples do not have to be defaultly [=Catgirls=]. Catgirls. They can be normal humans who [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting have been turned into]] [=Catgirls=].Catgirls. These catgirls would be a subcategory of UnusualEars and LittleBitBeastly.

Other [=Catgirls=] Catgirls merely wear [[AnimalEaredHeadband cat-themed costumes]], sometimes as part of feline themed AnimalMotifs. These [=Catgirls=] Catgirls would be a subcategory of AnimalEaredHeadband. Faux kitties will wear at least fake ears, and often a fake tail. Sometimes they wear gloves resembling cat paws.



* HumanoidFemaleAnimal, FunnyAnimal, TalkingAnimal, SpeechImpairedAnimal, PartiallyCivilizedAnimal, PettingZooPeople, CivilizedAnimal, and NearlyNormalAnimal characters do not qualify as [=Catgirl=], and should be listed under the appropriate trope instead.

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* HumanoidFemaleAnimal, FunnyAnimal, TalkingAnimal, SpeechImpairedAnimal, PartiallyCivilizedAnimal, PettingZooPeople, CivilizedAnimal, and NearlyNormalAnimal characters do not qualify as [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, and should be listed under the appropriate trope instead.



* {{Fantastic Sapient Species|Tropes}} resembling felines should be listed under CatFolk. There can be overlap between CatFolk and [=Catgirl=], however only LittleBitBeastly of examples of CatFolk should also be listed under [=Catgirl=], and [=Catgirl=] examples should only be listed in CatFolk if they represent an entire distinct fictional non-human species.
* Werecats that turn into cats but do not have a LittleBitBeastly cat-eared human form should be listed at OurWerebeastsAreDifferent. Humans that can magically turn into cats, but are not {{Werecat}}s and do not resemble a [=Catgirl=] should be listed under {{Animorphism}}.
* [=Catgirls=] may also be an AnimalThemedSuperbeing, particularly in Western SuperHero fiction.

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* {{Fantastic Sapient Species|Tropes}} resembling felines should be listed under CatFolk. There can be overlap between CatFolk and [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, however only LittleBitBeastly of examples of CatFolk should also be listed under [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, and [=Catgirl=] Catgirl examples should only be listed in CatFolk if they represent an entire distinct fictional non-human species.
* Werecats that turn into cats but do not have a LittleBitBeastly cat-eared human form should be listed at OurWerebeastsAreDifferent. Humans that can magically turn into cats, but are not {{Werecat}}s and do not resemble a [=Catgirl=] Catgirl should be listed under {{Animorphism}}.
* [=Catgirls=] Catgirls may also be an AnimalThemedSuperbeing, particularly in Western SuperHero fiction.



** Lisanna is a ShapeShifter capable of taking on certain animal aspects. A cat girl in a FurBikini is her go-to combat form, though it's more successful at distraction.
* In one episode of ''Anime/{{FLCL}}'', Naota's "horns" resemble kitty ears, which make him look like a catboy. The creator of the series mentioned in the commentary that he was tired of kitty ears being put on girls and wanted to give them to a boy for a change. After bumping heads with Ninamori, Naota's "ears" transfer to her very briefly [[spoiler:before they get bigger. Turns out they weren't cat ears.]]

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** Lisanna is a ShapeShifter {{shapeshift|ing}}er capable of taking on certain animal aspects. A cat girl in a FurBikini is her go-to combat form, though it's more successful at distraction.
* In one episode of ''Anime/{{FLCL}}'', Naota's "horns" resemble kitty ears, which make him look like a catboy. The creator of the series mentioned in the commentary that he was tired of kitty ears being put on girls and wanted to give them to a boy for a change. After bumping heads with Ninamori, Naota's "ears" transfer to her very briefly [[spoiler:before they get bigger. Turns out they weren't cat ears.]]ears]].



* [[PunnyName Schrödinger]] from the ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' manga and [=OVAs=] is a cute [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] catboy. And the name has meaning, too. He can be anywhere ''and'' nowhere, just like the uncertainty factor of [[SchrodingersCat the real thought experiment]].

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* [[PunnyName Schrödinger]] from the ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' manga and [=OVAs=] is a cute [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] catboy. And the name has meaning, too. He can be anywhere ''and'' nowhere, just like the uncertainty factor of [[SchrodingersCat [[UsefulNotes/SchrodingersCat the real thought experiment]].



* ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' has a [[OurMonstersAreDifferent Chain]] called the [[AliceAllusion Cheshire Cat]], who looks like a human with cat ears, a tail and huge claws. He used to be an ordinary black cat until [[spoiler:[[TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour Vincent]] [[EyeScream blinded him with scissors.]] The cat's mistress, [[RealityWarper the Will of the Abyss]], gave him his Cat Boy appearance and [[RedEyesTakeWarning Break's left eye]] to make up for it, but Cheshire's real form as a Chain is more monstrous.]]

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* ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' has a [[OurMonstersAreDifferent Chain]] called the [[AliceAllusion Cheshire Cat]], who looks like a human with cat ears, a tail and huge claws. He used to be an ordinary black cat until [[spoiler:[[TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour [[spoiler:[[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior Vincent]] [[EyeScream blinded him with scissors.]] The cat's mistress, [[RealityWarper the Will of the Abyss]], gave him his Cat Boy appearance and [[RedEyesTakeWarning Break's left eye]] to make up for it, but Cheshire's real form as a Chain is more monstrous.]]monstrous]].



* Ichigo from ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'' is a MagicalGirl [=Catgirl=] with infused cat DNA. Although she does not have cat ears full time, they are real.

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* Ichigo from ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'' is a MagicalGirl [=Catgirl=] Catgirl with infused cat DNA. Although she does not have cat ears full time, they are real.



* Not a real catgirl, but ''Manga/CardCaptorSakura'' once had Tomoyo place the title character in a catgirl costume. To be more specific, a [=Catgirl=] {{Meido}} costume [[DressedAllInRubber made of rubber]] (She was fighting [[ShockAndAwe The Thunder]] at the time). For some reason, this became [[MemeticMutation one of her most popular outfits]]. (To be fair, the outfit is just adorable.)

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* Not a real catgirl, but ''Manga/CardCaptorSakura'' once had Tomoyo place the title character in a catgirl costume. To be more specific, a [=Catgirl=] Catgirl {{Meido}} costume [[DressedAllInRubber made of rubber]] (She was fighting [[ShockAndAwe The Thunder]] at the time). For some reason, this became [[MemeticMutation one of her most popular outfits]]. (To be fair, the outfit is just adorable.)



* Somewhat of a subversion: Mikoto from ''Manga/MaiHime'' merely behaves like a [=Catgirl=], while being a regular human in appearance.
** In the ''Manga/MaiOtome'' manga, however, Mikoto's a VoluntaryShapeshifting [=Catgirl=], [[VerbalTic nya]].

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* Somewhat of a subversion: Mikoto from ''Manga/MaiHime'' merely behaves like a [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, while being a regular human in appearance.
** In the ''Manga/MaiOtome'' manga, however, Mikoto's a VoluntaryShapeshifting [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, [[VerbalTic nya]].



* ''Manga/PuellaMagiOrikoMagica'''s Yuma has a [=Catgirl=] themed MagicalGirl outfit.

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* ''Manga/PuellaMagiOrikoMagica'''s Yuma has a [=Catgirl=] Catgirl themed MagicalGirl outfit.



* At one point in ''Anime/{{Shuffle}}'', [[TokenMiniMoe Primula]] {{cosplay}}s as a [=Catgirl=] {{m|eido}}aid.

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* At one point in ''Anime/{{Shuffle}}'', [[TokenMiniMoe Primula]] {{cosplay}}s as a [=Catgirl=] Catgirl {{m|eido}}aid.



* In ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'', Yuma's friend Cathy has no real physical cat-like features (she wears her hair in a way to make it resemble cat ears) but she does have a strange ability to communicate and control actual cats, something that has never been explained. Naturally, as a duelist, her deck uses cat-themed monsters. (Her two known Xyz monsters, Twin-Tail Cat Lady and Cat Girl Magician, are bona-fide [=Catgirls=] themselves.)

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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'', Yuma's friend Cathy has no real physical cat-like features (she wears her hair in a way to make it resemble cat ears) but she does have a strange ability to communicate and control actual cats, something that has never been explained. Naturally, as a duelist, her deck uses cat-themed monsters. (Her two known Xyz monsters, Twin-Tail Cat Lady and Cat Girl Magician, are bona-fide [=Catgirls=] Catgirls themselves.)



* The "ears" of most life-size Persocoms in ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' (actually used to contain interface jacks) may be deliberately designed to resemble [=Catgirl=] ears.

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* The "ears" of most life-size Persocoms in ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' (actually used to contain interface jacks) may be deliberately designed to resemble [=Catgirl=] Catgirl ears.



* OEL Manga ''Reality Check!'' has Catreece, a hyper-intelligent housecat whose avatar on the virtual-reality Internet is a [=catgirl=] of the GenkiGirl variety

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* OEL Manga ''Reality Check!'' has Catreece, a hyper-intelligent housecat whose avatar on the virtual-reality Internet is a [=catgirl=] catgirl of the GenkiGirl variety



* The 2016 Flip Calendar for ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' features this as its theme for the 22nd, in a play on the Japanese words for 2 ("nii") and a cat's meow ("nyan"). The character(s) featured are catgirls and catboys, with notable examples being [[MultiColoredHair Sasaki]] as a Calico Cat and [[KindHeartedCatLover Akira]] delighted to find her LoveInterest, Amon, transformed into a Catboy.

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* The 2016 Flip Calendar for ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' features this as its theme for the 22nd, in a play on the Japanese words for 2 ("nii") and a cat's meow ("nyan"). The character(s) featured are catgirls and catboys, with notable examples being [[MultiColoredHair Sasaki]] as a Calico Cat and [[KindHeartedCatLover Akira]] delighted to find her LoveInterest, {{Love Interest|s}}, Amon, transformed into a Catboy.



* ''3 Kittens: Purr-fect Weapons'' features a group of WarOnTerror superheroines that were too blatantly Fanservice to appear in ''ComicBook/TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' except in crossovers.

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* ''3 Kittens: Purr-fect Weapons'' features a group of WarOnTerror [[TheWarOnTerror war on terror]] superheroines that were too blatantly Fanservice to appear in ''ComicBook/TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' except in crossovers.



* ComicBook/SpiderMan's on and off love interest is Black Cat.

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* ComicBook/SpiderMan's on and off love interest is Black Cat.ComicBook/BlackCat.



** It's probably also worth mentioning that Tamaranians like Starfire are descended from tree-dwelling flying cats.
* Carrie Kelly in ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'' is ''named'' [=Catgirl=].

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** It's probably also worth mentioning that Tamaranians like Starfire ComicBook/{{Starfire}} are descended from tree-dwelling flying cats.
* Carrie Kelly in ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'' is ''named'' [=Catgirl=].Catgirl.



* MissKitty, in the SpaceWestern ''Film/{{Oblivion|1994}}'' is a [=Catgirl=] Madame, played by Julie "Catwoman" Newmar.

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* MissKitty, in the SpaceWestern ''Film/{{Oblivion|1994}}'' is a [=Catgirl=] Catgirl Madame, played by Julie "Catwoman" Newmar.



* Averted in ''Film/CatWomenOfTheMoon'' which has [[NonIndicativeName no cat-women whatsover]].

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* Averted in ''Film/CatWomenOfTheMoon'' which has [[NonIndicativeName no cat-women whatsover]].whatsoever]].



* Creator/FritzLeiber's ''The Wanderer'' has a Sexy Alien [=Catgirl=] from a SuperiorSpecies teach the hero about Sexy [=Catgirl=] Sex.

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* Creator/FritzLeiber's ''The Wanderer'' has a Sexy Alien [=Catgirl=] Catgirl from a SuperiorSpecies teach the hero about Sexy [=Catgirl=] Catgirl Sex.



* Betti from ''[[Litterature/{{REEL}} REAL]]'' looks like a CatGirl in TheMetaverse. Her avatar's cat ears flatten when she gets angry, making them a virtual mix of UnusualEars and AnimalEaredHeadband.
* ''Literature/SandpaperKiss'' focusses on one of these, by the name of Lucy, though a deconstruction of the trope as she was created in an illegal hybridisation experiment, and is a hybrid of a human girl and a white tiger. As a result, she suffers from disabilities thanks to her awkward, cat/human anatomy, such as not being able to speak English properly (her lips aren't as flexible and can't produce the right sounds).

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* Betti from ''[[Litterature/{{REEL}} REAL]]'' looks like a CatGirl Catgirl in TheMetaverse. Her avatar's cat ears flatten when she gets angry, making them a virtual mix of UnusualEars and AnimalEaredHeadband.
* ''Literature/SandpaperKiss'' focusses focuses on one of these, by the name of Lucy, though a deconstruction of the trope as she was created in an illegal hybridisation experiment, and is a hybrid of a human girl and a white tiger. As a result, she suffers from disabilities thanks to her awkward, cat/human anatomy, such as not being able to speak English properly (her lips aren't as flexible and can't produce the right sounds).



** The character Gumi is potrayed as a catgirl in the music video [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaiU_sSifGc "Ah, It's a Wonderful Cat Life"]]. In the same video, Len appears as a catboy.

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** The character Gumi is potrayed portrayed as a catgirl in the music video [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaiU_sSifGc "Ah, It's a Wonderful Cat Life"]]. In the same video, Len appears as a catboy.



* "[=Catgirl=]" is a ''monster'' in the ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' spoof card game. The Munchkin catgirls are just as adorable as their anime counterparts, but also happen to be vicious cannibals who love to eat male adventurers. Most of the catgirl's attacks are standard ''Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons'' attacks, with cutesy names-"Pounce" becomes "Pouncy-Poo", while "Rend" becomes "Rendy-Wendy".

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* "[=Catgirl=]" "Catgirl" is a ''monster'' in the ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' spoof card game. The Munchkin catgirls are just as adorable as their anime counterparts, but also happen to be vicious cannibals who love to eat male adventurers. Most of the catgirl's attacks are standard ''Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons'' attacks, with cutesy names-"Pounce" becomes "Pouncy-Poo", while "Rend" becomes "Rendy-Wendy".



* And if you find yourself angry with [=catgirls=], you can always go ahead and [[http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/31216 Whack a [=Catgirl=]]],

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* And if you find yourself angry with [=catgirls=], catgirls, you can always go ahead and [[http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/31216 Whack a [=Catgirl=]]],Catgirl]],



* ''Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has the Weretouched (people who have a WereBeast in their family tree) may exhibit minor features of their were-whatever ancestors, like ears, eyes, or fangs, as can the shifters from ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'', an entire race of feral human/lycanthrope hybrids.

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* ''Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has the Weretouched (people who have a WereBeast [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Werebeast]] in their family tree) may exhibit minor features of their were-whatever ancestors, like ears, eyes, or fangs, as can the shifters from ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'', an entire race of feral human/lycanthrope hybrids.



* Being a catgirl is one of the potential Special Qualities a maid can have in ''MaidRPG'' -- and they can also be were-tigers or were-lions. Female butlers can also have these Special Qualities. Player Character Masters or {{NPC}} Masters made with the Master creation rules only have access to the were-cat Special Quality (they don't get access to the portion of the Maid Special Qualities table the normal catgirl is on), but other {{NPC}} Masters can be whatever the GM feels like. Your catgirl can also actually be a spider, depending on what you roll and whether you're willing to go for it.

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* Being a catgirl is one of the potential Special Qualities a maid can have in ''MaidRPG'' -- and they can also be were-tigers or were-lions. Female butlers can also have these Special Qualities. Player Character Masters or {{NPC}} {{N|onPlayerCharacter}}PC Masters made with the Master creation rules only have access to the were-cat Special Quality (they don't get access to the portion of the Maid Special Qualities table the normal catgirl is on), but other {{NPC}} NPC Masters can be whatever the GM feels like. Your catgirl can also actually be a spider, depending on what you roll and whether you're willing to go for it.



* Would YOU expect these to show up in a setting as grimdark as ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''? As of the 6th edition, there are cat people serving the Imperium (one of the stable abhuman strains), with fanart and custom armies portraying them, naturally, as [=Catgirl=] amazon brigades.

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* Would YOU expect these to show up in a setting as grimdark as ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''? As of the 6th edition, there are cat people serving the Imperium (one of the stable abhuman strains), with fanart and custom armies portraying them, naturally, as [=Catgirl=] Catgirl amazon brigades.



* ''VideoGame/BladeKitten'' is about Kit Ballard, a young [=Catgirl=] with a blade.

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* ''VideoGame/BladeKitten'' is about Kit Ballard, a young [=Catgirl=] Catgirl with a blade.



* The ''VideoGame/BloodyRoar'' games have Uriko, who is halfway between [=Catgirl=] and a PettingZooPerson. Her head, face, and ears are catgirl like, however her limbs are more animal-like than standard cat girls.

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* The ''VideoGame/BloodyRoar'' games have Uriko, who is halfway between [=Catgirl=] Catgirl and a PettingZooPerson. Her head, face, and ears are catgirl like, however her limbs are more animal-like than standard cat girls.



* "You Show Me Yours and I'll Show You Mine" was the title of a thread on the ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' message boards. The topic? [=Catgirl=] characters. Just about everyone has one, it seems, and with the versatility of the game's costume editor, they go from ears-and-tail to scary-feral. Some people have several. Especially male players. Or so the [[MemeticMutation joke goes]]. The canon [=Catgirl=] is Mynx, though, who glib speedster Synapse apparently found rooting through garbage one day, or some such. [[{{Fanservice}} She cleans up pretty good]], to her credit.

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* "You Show Me Yours and I'll Show You Mine" was the title of a thread on the ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' message boards. The topic? [=Catgirl=] Catgirl characters. Just about everyone has one, it seems, and with the versatility of the game's costume editor, they go from ears-and-tail to scary-feral. Some people have several. Especially male players. Or so the [[MemeticMutation joke goes]]. The canon [=Catgirl=] Catgirl is Mynx, though, who glib speedster Synapse apparently found rooting through garbage one day, or some such. [[{{Fanservice}} She cleans up pretty good]], to her credit.



* Most famous video game example: Felicia from ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' would be considered the heart and soul of this trope. [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure Having]] [[BoobsOfSteel a]] [[HartmanHips seductive]] [[HelloNurse body]], cat ears, a PrehensileTail, a {{Stripperific}} FurBikini, and can go from cat to catwoman form in a heartbeat, it speaks volumes.

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* Most famous video game example: Felicia from ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' would be considered the heart and soul of this trope. [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure Having]] [[BoobsOfSteel a]] [[HartmanHips seductive]] [[HelloNurse body]], cat ears, a PrehensileTail, a {{Stripperific}} {{Stripperiffic}} FurBikini, and can go from cat to catwoman form in a heartbeat, it speaks volumes.



* ''VideoGame/DragonFable'' features Fae the [[{{Shapeshifting}} shapeshifter]], who ends up permanently taking the form of a Catgirl complete with ears, paws, tail, and a fur dress.

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* ''VideoGame/DragonFable'' features Fae the [[{{Shapeshifting}} shapeshifter]], {{shapeshift|ing}}er, who ends up permanently taking the form of a Catgirl complete with ears, paws, tail, and a fur dress.



* Maeve from ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'' normally has a cat-themed AnimalMotif, but her Alley Cat skin makes her more cat-like by giving her cat ears and a cat tail printed on her coat.

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* Maeve from ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'' normally has a cat-themed AnimalMotif, {{Animal Motif|s}}, but her Alley Cat skin makes her more cat-like by giving her cat ears and a cat tail printed on her coat.



** The in game dictionary in ''StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' explains Leon's presence. Expellians are actually a [[HalfHumanHybrid hybrid race]] descended from both {{human|Aliens}}s and fellpool that were native to Expel. Leon is a genetic throwback that only appears when both parents have the same recessive gene on the twelfth chromosome.

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** The in game dictionary in ''StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'' explains Leon's presence. Expellians are actually a [[HalfHumanHybrid hybrid race]] descended from both {{human|Aliens}}s and fellpool that were native to Expel. Leon is a genetic throwback that only appears when both parents have the same recessive gene on the twelfth chromosome.



* In ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'' the heroine can turn into a [=Catgirl=] by using one of the effects.

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* In ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'' the heroine can turn into a [=Catgirl=] Catgirl by using one of the effects.



* Some characters from the ''Franchise/DotHack'' franchise use CatGirl avatars in [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame The World]], like [[GenkiGirl Tabby]] from ''VideoGame/DotHackGU'', who has expressive cat ears and a ponytail that looks like a cat tail.

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* Some characters from the ''Franchise/DotHack'' franchise use CatGirl catgirl avatars in [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame The World]], like [[GenkiGirl Tabby]] from ''VideoGame/DotHackGU'', who has expressive cat ears and a ponytail that looks like a cat tail.



* Yoriko in ''VisualNovel/DaCapo'', a more or less hidden character unlocked after the five main routes. She's actually [[spoiler:a rich girl that fell in love with Junichi by watching him go to school in the form of her cat. Only shapeshifted to look mostly like her.]] When asked [[LampshadeHanging what possible function cat ears could serve]], Junichi accidentally blurts out that they're cute, right? [[spoiler:Presumably to avoid fridge logic of bestiality, the romance between them doesn't get intimate until after she turns back into a cat and her real body starts going to his school.]]

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* Yoriko in ''VisualNovel/DaCapo'', a more or less hidden character unlocked after the five main routes. She's actually [[spoiler:a rich girl that fell in love with Junichi by watching him go to school in the form of her cat. Only shapeshifted to look mostly like her.]] her]]. When asked [[LampshadeHanging what possible function cat ears could serve]], Junichi accidentally blurts out that they're cute, right? [[spoiler:Presumably to avoid fridge logic of bestiality, the romance between them doesn't get intimate until after she turns back into a cat and her real body starts going to his school.]]



--> ''[[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp01192004.shtml A message from Something Positive]]''': Please, for love of all that is decent, [[AC:Spay/Neuter Your [=Catgirl=]]].

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--> ''[[http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp01192004.shtml A message from Something Positive]]''': Please, for love of all that is decent, [[AC:Spay/Neuter Your [=Catgirl=]]].Catgirl]].



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

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



* [[http://www.truefork.org/Art/comic/cindex.php?159 Myshka]] from ''Webcomic/NotQuiteDailyComic'', a regular cat who was accidentally transformed into a "dangerously furry" [=Catgirl=], retains most of her former behavior, somewhat subverting the trope.

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* [[http://www.truefork.org/Art/comic/cindex.php?159 Myshka]] from ''Webcomic/NotQuiteDailyComic'', a regular cat who was accidentally transformed into a "dangerously furry" [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, retains most of her former behavior, somewhat subverting the trope.



* Although not a literal [=Catgirl=], Nepeta from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' seems to be designed to invoke this character type, with her ear-like horns and permanent CatSmile. Plus, she wears a tail and a hat with sort of a cat face, and fights using [[WolverineClaws gloves with claws attached]]. She also roleplays as a cat online, and makes [[PungeonMaster feline-related puns at any pawsible chance]].
** Later done more literally with [[spoiler:Jasprosesprite^2, who is part cat, part eldritch princess doll, part girl, and two parts game sprite.]]

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* Although not a literal [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, Nepeta from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' seems to be designed to invoke this character type, with her ear-like horns and permanent CatSmile. Plus, she wears a tail and a hat with sort of a cat face, and fights using [[WolverineClaws gloves with claws attached]]. She also roleplays as a cat online, and makes [[PungeonMaster feline-related puns at any pawsible chance]].
** Later done more literally with [[spoiler:Jasprosesprite^2, who is part cat, part eldritch princess doll, part girl, and two parts game sprite.]]sprite]].



* Aryssa Katrina of Nick Meyer's ''Verboten'' is a cat girl in the classical mold. This is because she's [[HalfHumanHybrid part feralian]] -- a species of humanoid felines with a tribal, ProudWarriorRaceGuy society. Since she's only ''half'' feralian, she's a cute PettingZooPerson, but she lacks the agility and strength of full feralians, and she's not too popular with her tribe.

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* Aryssa Katrina of Nick Meyer's ''Verboten'' is a cat girl in the classical mold. This is because she's [[HalfHumanHybrid part feralian]] -- a species of humanoid felines with a tribal, ProudWarriorRaceGuy society. Since she's only ''half'' feralian, she's a cute PettingZooPerson, {{Petting Zoo Pe|ople}}rson, but she lacks the agility and strength of full feralians, and she's not too popular with her tribe.



* In ''The Official Fanfiction University of Literature/{{Redwall}}'', an {{Otaku}} signed up as a [=Catgirl=].

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* In ''The Official Fanfiction University of Literature/{{Redwall}}'', an {{Otaku}} signed up as a [=Catgirl=].Catgirl.



* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'': In this continuity the Supervillian Cheetah is an actual Catgirl, a rogue geneticist who experimented on herself and turned to a life of crime to fund her research. It's further implied that she's the one whose research formed the basis of the "splicing" technology that's become commonplace in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', which is set in the future of the DC Animated Universe.
* Julie in ''WesternAnimation/{{Motorcity}}'''s standard getup isn't this, but her AnimalMotif avatar has cat ears (and eyes like a ManekiNeko) and her car is named "Nine Lives."

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'': In this continuity the Supervillian Supervillain Cheetah is an actual Catgirl, a rogue geneticist who experimented on herself and turned to a life of crime to fund her research. It's further implied that she's the one whose research formed the basis of the "splicing" technology that's become commonplace in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', which is set in the future of the DC Animated Universe.
* Julie in ''WesternAnimation/{{Motorcity}}'''s standard getup isn't this, but her AnimalMotif {{Animal Motif|s}} avatar has cat ears (and eyes like a ManekiNeko) and her car is named "Nine Lives."



* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' features a very [[NightmareFuel nightmarish]] [[NauseaFuel example]] when Steven learns the ability to [[BodyHorror literally shape parts of his body into cats.]] It actually gets to a point where he almost becomes a boy completely made entirely out of cats while slowly being consumed by his monstrous form. Thankfully, his dad was able to save him by [[CatsHateWater dousing him with water]] in their car wash before he was gone forever.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' features a very [[NightmareFuel nightmarish]] {{nightmar|eFuel}}ish [[NauseaFuel example]] when Steven learns the ability to [[BodyHorror literally shape parts of his body into cats.]] It actually gets to a point where he almost becomes a boy completely made entirely out of cats while slowly being consumed by his monstrous form. Thankfully, his dad was able to save him by [[CatsHateWater dousing him with water]] in their car wash before he was gone forever.



* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Batman villain Killer Moth is given a daughter named Kitten who briefly took on an anime-like catgirl form and meowed when asked to clarify her name. Of course, given the show's love of sight gags, there's no being sure if this was seriously meant to be a superpower of hers. TheMovie, ''TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo'', has a full-time one in Nya-Nya.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Batman villain Killer Moth is given a daughter named Kitten who briefly took on an anime-like catgirl form and meowed when asked to clarify her name. Of course, given the show's love of sight gags, there's no being sure if this was seriously meant to be a superpower of hers. TheMovie, ''TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo'', ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo'', has a full-time one in Nya-Nya.



* Ashley, a.k.a. Katnappe of ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' seems mostly to be cosplaying a [=Catgirl=], but her tail does twitch, her fangs are real, and her claws retractable. She has some knowledge of genetics and gene splicing, which might also explain the pack of attack kittens she sometimes has with her.

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* Ashley, a.k.a. Katnappe of ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' seems mostly to be cosplaying a [=Catgirl=], Catgirl, but her tail does twitch, her fangs are real, and her claws retractable. She has some knowledge of genetics and gene splicing, which might also explain the pack of attack kittens she sometimes has with her.
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* Ashley in ''Fanfic/{{FREAKINGENSOKYO}}'', who screeches and hisses in battle. [[Characters/TouhouSubterraneanAnimism Orin]] shows up as well.
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