Characters: A Cat in Paris

Voiced by: N/A

A pet cat by day. A cat burglar by night.

Voiced by: Oriane Zani (French); Lauren Weintraub (English)

A nice, mute girl and daughter of the Police Commissioner.

Voiced by: Dominique Blanc (French); Marcia Gay Harden (English)

The superintendent of the French police and Zoe's mother.

Voiced by: Bruno Salomone (French); Steve Blum (English)

A night burglar and partner of Dino.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Nico wears all black during his escapades as a thief, but is a Nice Guy mixed in with Gentleman Thief, adding a good heaping of Friend to All Children.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He may be a thief, but he doesn't hesitate to try to save Zoe when she's in danger. On his thefts, he refuses to directly hurt anyone involved.
  • Friend to All Children: Nico's scenes with Zoe qualifies him as one. Especially when he warns Jeanne to go after Claudine to make sure Zoe is safe.
  • Gentleman Thief: Just look at his rescues of Zoe and the fact he never uses violence in his thefts. The only exception being Costa.
  • Greed: A rare non-lethal example. He's a thief, but isn't anywhere as horrible as Costa.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: An interspecies example: With Nico, a male cat.
  • Hidden Depths: Despite his career as a thief, he clearly has a sense of right and wrong. The biggest portrayal of this is how Nico selflessly helps out Zoe when Costa wants to use her as a hostage.
  • Nice Guy: Look past his thieving crimes and you'll see a likable, heroic guy.
  • Second Love: To Jeanne. The end of the movie shows that they are now married.

    Victor Costa 
Voiced by: Jean Benguigui (French); JB Blanc (English)

The main antagonist.

Voiced by: Bernadette Lafont (French); Anjelica Huston (English)

Zoe's nanny.

Voiced by: Bernard Bouillon (French); Matthew Modine (English)

Jeanne's second-in-command.