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* Back in 2013 There was a commercial for ally bank where the woman was trying out a robot vacum she turns it on and it hits the cat leading to this stock trope

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* Back in 2013 There 2013, there was a commercial for ally bank Ally Bank where the a woman was trying out a robot vacum vacuum, she turns it on and it hits the cat cat, leading to this stock tropetrope.



* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': Shows up in the Digital World when Jou briefly skids offscreen in Episode 11, hitting what is presumably a cat-like In-Training/Baby II stage digimon.
* In an example of "why was there a cat there?", when the Fine Arts club from ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'' has to get supplies from the adjacent storeroom, after the crashing and screaming we hear the cat... in a sealed-off, unused art room.



* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': Shows up in the Digital World when Jou briefly skids offscreen in Episode 11, hitting what is presumably a cat-like In-Training/Baby II stage digimon.
* In an example of "why was there a cat there?", when the Fine Arts club from ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'' has to get supplies from the adjacent storeroom, after the crashing and screaming we hear the cat... in a sealed-off, unused art room.
* A ''Anime/SailorMoon'' episode had a variant: when Usagi decides to ditch her diet, her cat Luna taunts her by drawing a picture of her looking puffed up like a pig and telling her this is how she'll look a year from now if she keeps stuffing herself that way. As the "camera" tilts up away from Usagi's bedroom from outside the house, we hear her yell "Luna!!!" and hear Luna yowling in terror.



* A ''Anime/SailorMoon'' episode had a variant: when Usagi decides to ditch her diet, her cat Luna taunts her by drawing a picture of her looking puffed up like a pig and telling her this is how she'll look a year from now if she keeps stuffing herself that way. As the "camera" tilts up away from Usagi's bedroom from outside the house, we hear her yell "Luna!!!" and hear Luna yowling in terror.



* ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'' from ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' movies often had this trope invoked on him.
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'': When the "Happily Ever After" potion takes effect on Shrek and he faints, we hear a cat screaming... presumably because Shrek landed on Puss-In-Boots when he passed out. Look closely that the following scene, and you can see Puss pulling his hat out from under Shrek.
** ''WesternAnimation/ShrekTheThird'': Puss-in-Boots does his cat screech when Shrek throws him out to the window.
** ''WesternAnimation/ShrekForeverAfter'': Donkey startled Puss-in-Boots.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'' from ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' movies often had this trope invoked In ''Disney/BigHero6'', Hiro tries to excuse the antics of a [[DrunkOnMilk low-battery Baymax]] by blaming them on him.
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'':
the family cat, Mochi. When the "Happily Ever After" potion takes effect on Shrek he looks down and finds Mochi at his feet, he faints, we hear a cat screaming... presumably because Shrek landed on Puss-In-Boots when he passed out. Look closely that the following scene, grabs him and you can see Puss pulling his hat out from under Shrek.
** ''WesternAnimation/ShrekTheThird'': Puss-in-Boots does his cat screech when Shrek
throws him upstairs, leading to this trope. Later, when Hiro finally arrives upstairs, Mochi looks over at Hiro and is clearly aggravated with his human for throwing him and quickly runs downstairs.
* ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' has a small bit on this. Bolt is begging for food at a trailer park, and when Mittens decided to step in, she almost got hit with a frying pan.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'' features this among other sounds produced by a giant cheese wheel crashing through the town of Cheesebridge.
* ''WesternAnimation/FreeBirds'': A cat screams when Governor Bradford tosses a pitchfork aside.
* Done three times in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'': It is first done by a cat who comes
out to of Bing Bong's [[BagOfHolding Bottomless Bag]]. The second one is done by Bing Bong, a character who is part cat, when a set falls on him at Dream Productions. The final one is [[spoiler: the window.
** ''WesternAnimation/ShrekForeverAfter'': Donkey startled Puss-in-Boots.
last thing we hear during the movie, as during the CreativeClosingCredits we see the emotions of an actual cat, and it yowls in terror and runs away when its Fear starts randomly fiddling with the emotion controls.]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', Rex is pointing a flashlight at the bushes, in order to search for Buzz from the window (Buzz fell into the bushes earlier after a stint Woody pulled backfired horribly), Rex spots something in the bushes and inquires if it's Buzz. The response is a cat screeching. All the toys then groan and Rex says in a sharp whisper "Whiskers, will you get outta there?! You're interfering with a search-and-rescue!"

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', Rex is pointing a flashlight at ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'': When Sully tosses Mike's textbook out the bushes, in order to search for Buzz from window, there is the window (Buzz fell into the bushes earlier after a stint Woody pulled backfired horribly), Rex spots something in the bushes and inquires if it's Buzz. The response is shriek of a cat screeching. All the toys then groan and Rex says in a sharp whisper "Whiskers, will you get outta there?! You're interfering with a search-and-rescue!"from outside.



* ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'': When Sully tosses Mike's textbook out the window, there is the shriek of a cat from outside.
* ''WesternAnimation/FreeBirds'': A cat screams when Governor Bradford tosses a pitchfork aside.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'' features this among other sounds produced by a giant cheese wheel crashing through the town of Cheesebridge.
* ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' has a small bit on this. Bolt is begging for food at a trailer park, and when Mittens decided to step in, she almost got hit with a frying pan.
* In ''Disney/BigHero6'', Hiro tries to excuse the antics of a [[DrunkOnMilk low-battery Baymax]] by blaming them on the family cat, Mochi. When he looks down and finds Mochi at his feet, he grabs him and throws him upstairs, leading to this trope. Later, when Hiro finally arrives upstairs, Mochi looks over at Hiro and is clearly aggravated with his human for throwing him and quickly runs downstairs.
* Done three times in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'': It is first done by a cat who comes out of Bing Bong's [[BagOfHolding Bottomless Bag]]. The second one is done by Bing Bong, a character who is part cat, when a set falls on him at Dream Productions. The final one is [[spoiler: the last thing we hear during the movie, as during the CreativeClosingCredits we see the emotions of an actual cat, and it yowls in terror and runs away when its Fear starts randomly fiddling with the emotion controls.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'' from ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' movies often had this trope invoked on him.
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'': When the "Happily Ever After" potion takes effect on Shrek and he faints, we hear a cat screaming... presumably because Shrek landed on Puss-In-Boots when he passed out. Look closely that the following scene, and you can see Puss pulling his hat out from under Shrek.
** ''WesternAnimation/ShrekTheThird'': Puss-in-Boots does his cat screech when Shrek throws him out to the window.
** ''WesternAnimation/ShrekForeverAfter'': Donkey startled Puss-in-Boots.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', Rex is pointing a flashlight at the bushes, in order to search for Buzz from the window (Buzz fell into the bushes earlier after a stint Woody pulled backfired horribly), Rex spots something in the bushes and inquires if it's Buzz. The response is a cat screeching. All the toys then groan and Rex says in a sharp whisper "Whiskers, will you get outta there?! You're interfering with a search-and-rescue!"



* That Poor Cat is used slightly differently in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. During an episode where they'd been blowing up animals the entire show, the camera follows two people and you can hear meowing offscreen. Just to make it clear, an arrow points to the edge of the screen, saying "cat." You can guess [[StuffBlowingUp what came next]].
** They also do it with pigs in one episode, along with a hand crossing cartoon pigs off a blackboard.
** Heard second-hand as Mrs. Premise tells Mrs. Conclusion about the trouble she had burying the cat - "Well, 'e wouldn't keep still. Wrigglin' about, 'owlin'..."

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* That Poor Cat is used slightly differently in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. During In an episode where they'd been blowing up animals of ''Series/{{Alf}}'' the entire show, title character is using the camera follows two people and you can hear meowing offscreen. Just family's cat, Lucky, as a stepladder. When Willie tells him to make it clear, an arrow points to the edge get down, he lets go of the screen, saying "cat." You can guess [[StuffBlowingUp what came next]].
** They also do it
windowsill, making Lucky shriek.
* Used at least once in ''Series/BabylonFive'', when G'Kar tries out Marcus' Minbari Fighting Pike. He accidentally opens it, one end smashing into a pile of garbage, complete
with pigs in one episode, along with a hand crossing cartoon pigs off a blackboard.
** Heard second-hand as Mrs. Premise tells Mrs. Conclusion about
the trouble she had burying sound of a shrieking cat. Creator/JMichaelStraczynski admitted he put in the cat - "Well, 'e wouldn't keep still. Wrigglin' about, 'owlin'..."noise because cats are hilarious like that.
* This sound effect was one of the RunningGags in ''Series/BigTimeRush''.



* In an episode of ''Series/PushingDaisies,'' Emerson Cod is caught in a graveyard with a shovel. He quickly tosses it off-camera, only to look at it in bewilderment when it apparently hits a cat.
* In ''KidsSayTheDarnestThings'' the cat screech was edited in OnceAnEpisode whenever a kid made a violent or loud movement, or exceptionally loud sound bit.
* Every single time something crashes in ''NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'', whether it's a scooter or a pencil someone threw, to the point of being a RunningGag.
* In ''[[Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody The Suite Life on Deck]]'''s third season episode ''The Silent Treatment'', Emma's cat attacked London.
* This sound effect was one of the RunningGags in ''Series/BigTimeRush''.
* In an episode of ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', Al is participating in a decathlon for senior citizens. Every time he participates in a throwing event, his toss is followed shortly by That Poor Cat.



* Variation in the first episode of ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'', where two stuffed toy cats wind up getting crammed into Tawni's fanmail shredder. The toy cats inexplicably unleash tortured yowls as they become flying fluff.
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Eleventh Hour", the newly-regenerated Doctor takes a single bite of bread and butter, then emphatically rejects the meal by Frisbee flinging the entire plate, bread and all, out of a window, cuing of screen shattering sounds and a cat yowling in protest

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* Variation in the first On one episode of ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'', where two stuffed toy ''Series/{{Castle}}'', Beckett's team and a SWAT team break down an apartment door, thinking there's a terrorist named S. Nadal Matar on the other side of it. One of the apartment's owner's cats wind up getting crammed into Tawni's fanmail shredder. The toy cats inexplicably unleash tortured yowls as they become flying fluff.
goes diving off the top of a nearby refrigerator and lets off the screech.
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' ''Series/{{Community}}'''s [[ZombieApocalypse zombie outbreak]] homage episode "[[Recap/CommunityS2E06Epidemiology Epidemiology]]," the noise effect is used more and more until the (already very high strung) characters start taking issue with it.
--> '''Jeff''': What is ''up'' with that ''cat?''
--> '''Troy''': Is someone ''throwing'' it?
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour
"The Eleventh Hour", Hour"]], the newly-regenerated Doctor takes a single bite of bread and butter, then emphatically rejects the meal by Frisbee flinging the entire plate, bread and all, out of a window, the front door, cuing of screen off-screen shattering sounds and a cat yowling in protestprotest.



* Heard frequently on the children's show ''Series/SirGadabout'', as it is used in the conclusion of the theme song, and everytime Gadders falls over.
* ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' uses this several times, most notably when Autolycus is rummaging around in his sleeve.
* Used at least once in ''Series/BabylonFive'', when G'Kar tries out Marcus' Minbari Fighting Pike. He accidentally opens it, one end smashing into a pile of garbage, complete with the sound of a shrieking cat. Creator/JMichaelStraczynski admitted he put in the cat noise because cats are hilarious like that.
* The ''Series/OneFootInTheGrave'' episode "Timeless Time" features this, when Victor throws a dead hedgehog which had gotten stuck on his foot out of his bedroom window (though the presence of the cat had previously been established, setting off Victor's car alarm by sitting on the car bonnet).
* ''Radio/TheFrantics'' used it to Great effect in the "Last Will and Temperament"-sketch.
--> And to my cat Mittens, I leave my entire, vast... ({{Beat}}) [[CatchPhrase boot to the head.]] MEEEOOOW!
* In ''Series/{{Community}}'''s [[ZombieApocalypse zombie outbreak]] homage episode "[[Recap/CommunityS2E06Epidemiology Epidemiology]]," the noise effect is used more and more until the (already very high strung) characters start taking issue with it.
--> '''Jeff''': What is ''up'' with that ''cat?''
--> '''Troy''': Is someone ''throwing'' it?



* In an episode of ''Series/{{Alf}}'' the title character is using the family's cat, Lucky, as a stepladder. When Willie tells him to get down, he lets go of the windowsill, making Lucky shriek.
* ''Series/SugarRush'' has this in episode 7 when Kim gets rid of her toothbrush by throwing it out of the window. That Poor Cat indeed !
* In a ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' episode, Charlie is trying to drive Jake somewhere (refusing to let Jake drive), when they hear a cat screech, presumably from Charlie running it over. Jake has blackmail material when Charlie believes that he accidentally ran over Chelsea's cat, only to lose it when Chelsea's cat returns, only for Jake to get the blackmail material back by chance when one of his neighbors arrive to inquire about their missing cat that just so happens to resemble Chelsea's cat.

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* ''Radio/TheFrantics'' used it to great effect in the "Last Will and Temperament"-sketch.
--> And to my cat Mittens, I leave my entire, vast... ({{Beat}}) [[CatchPhrase boot to the head.]] MEEEOOOW!
* Heard in ''Series/{{Hardware}}'' after Anne throws her ironing board out the flat window in frustration.
* In ''Series/KidsSayTheDarnestThings'' the cat screech was edited in OnceAnEpisode whenever a kid made a violent or loud movement, or exceptionally loud sound bit.
* In the second season of ''LazyCompany'', Niels kills the camp cat and uses it to raise the dead (ItMakesSenseInContext). Cue an incredibly awkward scene in which Niels alternates between fighting the cat off him and [[CrossesTheLineTwice banging its head on the table]], all of which is mostly off-screen.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Alf}}'' the title character ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', Al is using the family's cat, Lucky, as participating in a stepladder. When Willie tells him to get down, decathlon for senior citizens. Every time he lets go of the windowsill, making Lucky shriek.
* ''Series/SugarRush'' has this
participates in episode 7 when Kim gets rid of her toothbrush by a throwing it out of the window. event, his toss is followed shortly by That Poor Cat indeed !
* In a ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' episode, Charlie is trying to drive Jake somewhere (refusing to let Jake drive), when they hear a cat screech, presumably from Charlie running it over. Jake has blackmail material when Charlie believes that he accidentally ran over Chelsea's cat, only to lose it when Chelsea's cat returns, only for Jake to get the blackmail material back by chance when one of his neighbors arrive to inquire about their missing cat that just so happens to resemble Chelsea's cat.
Cat.



* On one episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'', Beckett's team and a SWAT team break down an apartment door, thinking there's a terrorist named S. Nadal Matar on the other side of it. One of the apartment's owner's cats goes diving off the top of a nearby refrigerator and lets off the screech.

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* On one That Poor Cat is used slightly differently in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. During an episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'', Beckett's team where they'd been blowing up animals the entire show, the camera follows two people and a SWAT team break down you can hear meowing offscreen. Just to make it clear, an apartment door, thinking there's a terrorist named S. Nadal Matar on arrow points to the other side of it. One edge of the apartment's owner's cats goes diving screen, saying "cat." You can guess [[StuffBlowingUp what came next]].
** They also do it with pigs in one episode, along with a hand crossing cartoon pigs
off a blackboard.
** Heard second-hand as Mrs. Premise tells Mrs. Conclusion about
the top of a nearby refrigerator and lets off trouble she had burying the screech.cat - "Well, 'e wouldn't keep still. Wrigglin' about, 'owlin'..."
* Every single time something crashes in ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'', whether it's a scooter or a pencil someone threw, to the point of being a RunningGag.



* In the second season of ''LazyCompany'', Niels kills the camp cat and uses it to raise the dead (ItMakesSenseInContext). Cue an incredibly awkward scene in which Niels alternates between fighting the cat off him and [[CrossesTheLineTwice banging its head on the table]], all of which is mostly off-screen.

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* In the second season of ''LazyCompany'', Niels kills the camp cat and uses it to raise the The ''Series/OneFootInTheGrave'' episode "Timeless Time" features this, when Victor throws a dead (ItMakesSenseInContext). Cue an incredibly awkward scene in hedgehog which Niels alternates between fighting had gotten stuck on his foot out of his bedroom window (though the presence of the cat had previously been established, setting off him and [[CrossesTheLineTwice banging its head Victor's car alarm by sitting on the table]], all car bonnet).
* In an episode
of which ''Series/PushingDaisies,'' Emerson Cod is mostly off-screen.caught in a graveyard with a shovel. He quickly tosses it off-camera, only to look at it in bewilderment when it apparently hits a cat.



* Heard in ''Series/{{Hardware}}'' after Anne throws her ironing board out the flat window in frustration.

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* Heard frequently on the children's show ''Series/SirGadabout'', as it is used in ''Series/{{Hardware}}'' after Anne throws the conclusion of the theme song, and every time Gadders falls over.
* Variation in the first episode of ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'', where two stuffed toy cats wind up getting crammed into Tawni's fanmail shredder. The toy cats inexplicably unleash tortured yowls as they become flying fluff.
* ''Series/SugarRush'' has this in episode 7 when Kim gets rid of
her ironing board toothbrush by throwing it out of the flat window window. That Poor Cat indeed!
* In ''[[Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody The Suite Life on Deck]]'''s third season episode ''The Silent Treatment'', Emma's cat attacked London.
* In a ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' episode, Charlie is trying to drive Jake somewhere (refusing to let Jake drive), when they hear a cat screech, presumably from Charlie running it over. Jake has blackmail material when Charlie believes that he accidentally ran over Chelsea's cat, only to lose it when Chelsea's cat returns, only for Jake to get the blackmail material back by chance when one of his neighbors arrive to inquire about their missing cat that just so happens to resemble Chelsea's cat.
* ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' uses this several times, most notably when Autolycus is rummaging around
in frustration.his sleeve.
3rd Mar '17 12:20:07 AM FloydPinkerton
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* Used many times in ''[[WesternAnimation/SonicBoom]]''

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* Used many times in ''[[WesternAnimation/SonicBoom]]''''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom''.
3rd Mar '17 12:13:25 AM FloydPinkerton
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* Used many times in ''[[WesternAnimation/SonicBoom]]''
26th Feb '17 4:46:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* Subverted by the ''Radio/ReducedShakespeareCompany'' in their radio show. In a discussion of how pain was funny, they have sound effects of a cat and a frying pan. They receive a phone call where the caller tells them that frying a cat is over the line. Cue "Well, is it ok if I stick Adam's face in the frying pan?" "Sure, that'd be funny." "AAAAAHHHH!"

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* Subverted by the ''Radio/ReducedShakespeareCompany'' ''Creator/ReducedShakespeareCompany'' in their radio show. In a discussion of how pain was funny, they have sound effects of a cat and a frying pan. They receive a phone call where the caller tells them that frying a cat is over the line. Cue "Well, is it ok if I stick Adam's face in the frying pan?" "Sure, that'd be funny." "AAAAAHHHH!"
26th Feb '17 4:45:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''OneFootInTheGrave'' episode "Timeless Time" features this, when Victor throws a dead hedgehog which had gotten stuck on his foot out of his bedroom window (though the presence of the cat had previously been established, setting off Victor's car alarm by sitting on the car bonnet).
* ''TheFrantics'' used it to Great effect in the "Last Will and Temperament"-sketch.

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* The ''OneFootInTheGrave'' ''Series/OneFootInTheGrave'' episode "Timeless Time" features this, when Victor throws a dead hedgehog which had gotten stuck on his foot out of his bedroom window (though the presence of the cat had previously been established, setting off Victor's car alarm by sitting on the car bonnet).
* ''TheFrantics'' ''Radio/TheFrantics'' used it to Great effect in the "Last Will and Temperament"-sketch.



* In the sketch "Last Will and Temperament" by Canadian comedy troupe TheFrantics, a will reading contains the sentence "And to my cat Mittens, I leave my entire, vast... boot to the head." Cue an audible thump, followed by an anguished yowl. A later television version kept the cat completely off-screen, but abused it nonetheless. It isn't simply a stock sound effect of the cat screaming either, but is rather long and draws itself out for a few seconds. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFldBVWFgWo Watch it here]].
* Subverted by the ''ReducedShakespeareCompany'' in their radio show. In a discussion of how pain was funny, they have sound effects of a cat and a frying pan. They receive a phone call where the caller tells them that frying a cat is over the line. Cue "Well, is it ok if I stick Adam's face in the frying pan?" "Sure, that'd be funny." "AAAAAHHHH!"

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* In the sketch "Last Will and Temperament" by Canadian comedy troupe TheFrantics, Radio/TheFrantics, a will reading contains the sentence "And to my cat Mittens, I leave my entire, vast... boot to the head." Cue an audible thump, followed by an anguished yowl. A later television version kept the cat completely off-screen, but abused it nonetheless. It isn't simply a stock sound effect of the cat screaming either, but is rather long and draws itself out for a few seconds. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFldBVWFgWo Watch it here]].
* Subverted by the ''ReducedShakespeareCompany'' ''Radio/ReducedShakespeareCompany'' in their radio show. In a discussion of how pain was funny, they have sound effects of a cat and a frying pan. They receive a phone call where the caller tells them that frying a cat is over the line. Cue "Well, is it ok if I stick Adam's face in the frying pan?" "Sure, that'd be funny." "AAAAAHHHH!"
25th Feb '17 3:34:38 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* A RunningGag on ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' is to have this happen, and then for it to be revealed that it was Mr. Cat who got crashed into.
16th Jan '17 8:14:24 PM sailing101
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* In the first two ''VideoGame/BioShock'' games, one can usually find a [[OnceAnEpisode dead cat in every room]].
26th Dec '16 11:19:25 AM nombretomado
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* ''AvatarTheAbridgedSeries'': On top of causing massive property damages, the Gaang apparently hits a cat at the end of their mail chute ride in Omashu.

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* ''AvatarTheAbridgedSeries'': ''WebVideo/AvatarTheAbridgedSeries'': On top of causing massive property damages, the Gaang apparently hits a cat at the end of their mail chute ride in Omashu.
23rd Dec '16 11:44:39 PM Leporidae
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* The Broadway cast recording of ''Film/{{Hairspray}}'' features one on the bonus track at the end of the album - the cast sings a ditty urging their teen audience to avoid drunk driving, and the final note causes an unseen cat to yowl with displeasure.
17th Oct '16 3:12:08 PM schoi30
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* One short of ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit Wallace and Gromit's Cracking Contraptions]]'' had a horse sound effect.

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* One short of ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit ''[[WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit Wallace and Gromit's Cracking Contraptions]]'' had a horse sound effect.
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