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7th Jan '17 6:10:52 PM looneynightmare
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* In ''{{Disney}}AGoofyMovie'' during the song "On The Open Road" one of the many motorists Goofy and Max encounter is an elderly woman who's car is filled with cats.

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* In ''{{Disney}}AGoofyMovie'' ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'' during the song "On The Open Road" one of the many motorists Goofy and Max encounter is an elderly woman who's car is filled with cats.
7th Jan '17 6:09:51 PM looneynightmare
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* In ''{{Disney}}AGoofyMovie'' during the song "On The Open Road" one of the many motorists Goofy and Max encounter is an elderly woman who's car is filled with cats.
14th Dec '16 2:30:13 PM Ambaryerno
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* Subverted in ''Film/HellboyII'': The team approaches an old woman who at least ''seems'' to fit trope: Older, seemingly kindly, and has a cart ''filled'' with occupied cat carriers. Then it turns out she's actually a troll, and the cats are ''lunch''. [[KindHeartedCatLover Hellboy]] does ''not'' take it well.
** For that matter, Hellboy himself has a ''very'' large collection of adopted cats, and interior shots of his room is accompanied by a lot of meowing. He's a bit of a slob, but he nonetheless takes very good care of them. When Liz returns to the B.P.R.D. in the [[Film/{{Hellboy}} first film]], her first comment upon visiting HB in his room is "Look at them all!"
22nd Nov '16 10:53:40 PM KhymChanur
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* In the world of the Wiki/SCPFoundation, the TailorMadePrison for [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-511 SCP-511]] requires that an old lady suffering from dementia play the role of a Crazy Cat Lady to a building full of feral cats, with said feral cats all being controlled by a cat shaped ''thing'' made from the decaying flesh of multiple dead cats. Since the family of such a woman would never let her live alone in a cat infested building[[note]]let alone the Frankensteinian-rotting-cat-zombie-thing[[/note]], the Foundation ''kidnaps'' one from a hospice or nursing home when the previous Crazy Cat Lady dies and forces her to live there. [[NecessarilyEvil The Foundation considers this to be a lesser evil than allowing SCP-511 to escape]].

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* In the world of the Wiki/SCPFoundation, the TailorMadePrison for [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-511 SCP-511]] requires that an old lady suffering from dementia play the role of a Crazy Cat Lady to a building full of feral cats, with said feral cats all being controlled by a cat shaped ''thing'' [[BodyOfBodies made from the decaying flesh of multiple dead cats. cats]]. Since the family of such a woman would never let her live alone in a cat infested building[[note]]let alone live with the Frankensteinian-rotting-cat-zombie-thing[[/note]], the Foundation ''kidnaps'' one from a hospice or nursing home when the previous Crazy Cat Lady dies and forces her to live there. [[NecessarilyEvil The Foundation considers this to be a lesser evil than allowing SCP-511 to escape]].
29th Oct '16 12:35:32 PM nombretomado
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* In a recent episode of ''TheGuild'' its shown that Vork keeps dozens of birds in his home. He apparently uses them for food (since he is unemployed and only barely gets by on his dead grandfather's benefit checks).

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* In a recent an episode of ''TheGuild'' its ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' it's shown that Vork keeps dozens of birds in his home. He apparently uses them for food (since he is unemployed and only barely gets by on his dead grandfather's benefit checks).
6th Oct '16 7:13:45 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' presents a more sympathetic example with Mrs. Hasigawa, who has collected a large number of alien experiments that, due to either poor eyesight or senility, she thinks are cats. Lilo and Stitch tried to remove them, but then decided against it when they realized Ms. Hasigawa really did care for them and was taking care of them as well as anyone else could.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' presents a more sympathetic example with Mrs. Hasigawa, who Hasagawa, Kokaua Town's fruit seller. She has collected a large number of alien experiments that, due to either poor eyesight or senility, she thinks are cats. Lilo and Stitch tried to remove them, but then decided against it when they realized Ms. Hasigawa Mrs. Hasagawa really did care for them and was taking care of them as well as anyone else could.
6th Oct '16 2:21:24 AM foxley
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* ''Film/TheUncanny'': Miss Malkin in the "London, 1912" segment lives in a rambling mansion with dozens - if not hundreds - of cats. However, given that she is extremely wealthy, she should probably be referred to as an ''eccentric'' cat lady.
2nd Oct '16 12:35:49 PM ecojosh1
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* In the second ''VideoGame/IcewindDale'' game, the NPC Firtha has nine cats, despite living in a one-room house.
20th Sep '16 6:00:04 AM 8BrickMario
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* Mrs. Scratchen-Post from ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie'' is one. At the climax, she uses all of her cats to pull a sled into the showdown against Lord Business.
14th Sep '16 9:05:21 PM Premonition45
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* There's a recurring Crazy Cat Lady character in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', seen up above. If somebody approaches her house, she greets them with incomprehensible screams and thrown cats. Her real name is Eleanor Abernathy, and according to the episode "Springfield Up," she used to be a successful doctor and lawyer -- until she suffered mental burnout around age 32, turned to alcohol, and sought emotional solace in her pet cats. One episode revealed she has a SpearCounterpart in the form of a Crazy Dog Man. Another episode where Homer and Marge are house hunting has them come to a house that is filled with cats. They mention that it will be a nice house once the cats are out, and the real estate agent tells them that the former occupant's will specifically states that the house belongs to the cats, so they would technically be the landlords of the Simpson family.

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* There's a recurring ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': The Crazy Cat Lady character in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Lady, seen up above.above and originally introduced in "Girly Edition", is the TropeNamer. If somebody approaches her house, she greets them with incomprehensible screams and thrown cats. Her real name is Eleanor Abernathy, and according to the episode "Springfield Up," she used to be a successful doctor and lawyer -- until she suffered mental burnout around age 32, turned to alcohol, and sought emotional solace in her pet cats. One episode episode, "The Blue and the Gray", revealed she has a SpearCounterpart in the form of a Crazy Dog Man. Another episode where episode, "Lisa's First Word", shows a flashback of Homer and Marge are house hunting has them come hunting, coming to a house that is filled with cats. They mention that it will be a nice house once the cats are out, and the real estate agent tells them that the former occupant's will specifically states that the house belongs to the cats, so they would technically be the landlords of the Simpson family.
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