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* In ''Pinball/MedievalMadness'', a cat is one of the things that can be fired from the catapult after you hit the ramp three times (the others are a cow, a chicken, a bowling ball, and the No Fear skull).

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* Used as a FunnyBackgroundMoment in [[https://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/07/09/catapult this]] ''WebComic/PennyArcade'' comic.

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* Used as a FunnyBackgroundMoment FunnyBackgroundEvent in [[https://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/07/09/catapult this]] ''WebComic/PennyArcade'' comic.



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* Used as a FunnyBackgroundMoment in [[https://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/07/09/catapult this]] ''WebComic/PennyArcade'' comic.


* In ''[[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry Ougon Musou Kyoku]]'', one of Bernkastel's attacks is to use her cat minions as projectiles. She kind of does it in the visual novel too, although they "fly" rather than being thrown.

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* In ''[[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry Ougon Musou Kyoku]]'', ''VideoGame/UminekoGoldenFantasia'', one of Bernkastel's attacks is to use her cat minions as projectiles. She kind of does it in the visual novel ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' too, although they "fly" rather than being thrown.


* In the Literature/RaymondChandler story "Finger Man", when the villainous corrupt politician has the protagonist[[note]]Carmady originally, changed to the more famous Literature/PhilipMarlowe in some reprints[[/note]] taken to his turf in order to threaten him, the protagonist tosses the villain's pet cat into his face and uses the distraction to grab his revolver and hold him at gunpoint.

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* In the Literature/RaymondChandler Creator/RaymondChandler story "Finger Man", when the villainous corrupt politician has the protagonist[[note]]Carmady originally, changed to the more famous Literature/PhilipMarlowe in some reprints[[/note]] taken to his turf in order to threaten him, the protagonist tosses the villain's pet cat into his face and uses the distraction to grab his revolver and hold him at gunpoint.

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* One of the many, many improbable weapons that can be shot in ''VideoGame/ShellshockLive''.



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* A Bullet Soul called Student Witch in ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaChroniclesOfSorrow'' allows Soma Cruz to throw out black cats that run across the screen and damage any enemies in their path.


* In the film version of ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the title character throws a cat at the Other Mother in order to buy herself time to run away.

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* In the film version of ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the title character throws a cat at the Other Mother in order to buy herself time to run away.
away. The cat makes it out alive, but he gives Coraline a cross look when they meet each other again in the human world.


Expect to see AmusingInjuries in the form of tiny cuts to the face, where the cats will [[FaceHugger inevitably attach themselves]]. Variants include swinging a cat around like a melee weapon, or using a cat that can launch its own weapons.

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Expect to see AmusingInjuries in the form of [[DeathOfAThousandCuts tiny cuts cuts]] to the face, where the cats will [[FaceHugger inevitably attach themselves]]. Variants include swinging a cat around like a melee weapon, or using a cat that can launch its own weapons.


* With ''SecondLife'' having tons of user created stuff, it wasn't long before a Cat Cannon was built.

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* With ''SecondLife'' ''VideoGame/SecondLife'' having tons of user created stuff, it wasn't long before a Cat Cannon was built.


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* ''ComicBook/GorskyAndButch'', in its Asian cinema parody episode has the protagonists witness a battle where one of the combatants uses a "Cat's Claw" attack, which consists entirely of tossing a cat at the opponent's face.

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* ''ComicBook/GorskyAndButch'', in its Asian cinema parody episode has the protagonists witness a battle where one of the combatants uses a "Cat's Claw" attack, which consists entirely of tossing a cat at the opponent's face.

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* In ''[[Literature/WheresWally Find Waldo Now]]'', "The End of the Crusades" has a cat loaded onto the [[VisualPun rightmost catapult]].

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* In ''[[Literature/WheresWally Find Waldo Now]]'', "The End of the Crusades" has a cat loaded onto the [[VisualPun rightmost catapult]].



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* Mayor [[AdamWesting Adam West]] defends his home in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' with a crossbow that fires cats, which he stores in a large sack on his back.
* The CrazyCatLady in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' ends any conversation she doesn't like by throwing some of her innumerable cats at someone.

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* Mayor [[AdamWesting Adam West]] defends his home in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' with a crossbow that fires cats, which he stores in a large sack on his back.
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* The CrazyCatLady in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' ends any conversation she doesn't like by throwing some of her innumerable cats at someone.



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* In the Literature/PhilipMarlowe story "Finger Man", when the villainous corrupt politician has Marlowe taken to his turf in order to threaten him, Marlowe tosses the villain's pet cat into his face and uses the distraction to grab his revolver and hold him at gunpoint.

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* In the Literature/PhilipMarlowe Literature/RaymondChandler story "Finger Man", when the villainous corrupt politician has Marlowe the protagonist[[note]]Carmady originally, changed to the more famous Literature/PhilipMarlowe in some reprints[[/note]] taken to his turf in order to threaten him, Marlowe the protagonist tosses the villain's pet cat into his face and uses the distraction to grab his revolver and hold him at gunpoint.
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cat_gun_9127.jpg]]CatsAreMean. Not only that, but they're also little balls of teeth and claws in a relatively small size, and a propensity to cling to objects, possibly while scratching it as best they can. And they tend to get very angry when handled roughly.

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CatsAreMean.
Not only that, but they're also little balls of teeth and claws in a relatively small size, and a propensity to cling to objects, possibly while scratching it as best they can. And they tend to get very angry when handled roughly.

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