Can you name all these cartoon cats?

Do your best to avoid making Sylvester say, "Sufferin' Succotash!"

Do you have purr-fect recall for the most famous cartoon cats in TV history?

Try feline out the right answers to identify 14 mousers kids watched from the earliest days of cartoons through the 1990s. Good luck!
  1. Between 1940 and 1958, Hanna-Barbera produced 114 shorts featuring this famous feline:
  2. This cat crept in with the silent film era, but his popularity outlasted the 1920s:
  3. This dumpster-diving cat got his own 1980s cartoon off the success of his popular comic:
  4. On Garfield and Friends, this kitten was more of a nuisance to the guy who hates Mondays:
    Image: 9 Story Media Group
  5. This dim-witted house cat dealt with the short fuse of his co-star in the 1990s:
  6. Sixties kids know this cartoon cat as T.C., but what's it stand for?
  7. Looney Tunes skunk Pepé Le Pew stalked this poor cat called what?
  8. On The Smurfs, this cat belonged to Gargamel, sworn enemy of the little blue guys:
    Image: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
  9. Did you know Looney Tunes cat Sylvester had a son? What's his name?
  10. Part of The Krusty the Klown Show on The Simpsons, this cartoon cat is repeatedly hunted down by a mouse named Itchy:
    Image: 20th Television
  11. Fans of The Yogi Bear Show know this pink cougar desperately wanted to be in showbiz:
  12. Together with Minute Mouse, this cat was created by Bob Kane and spoofed Batman:
  13. On The Quick Draw McGraw Show in the early 1960s, this Sherlook-like cat detective took a mouse as his partner:
  14. Between Underdog and Tennessee Tuxedo cartoons, you'd see shorts about this wildcat mountie in a town called Savoir-Faire:

Can you name all these cartoon cats?

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JoAnneBurke 2 months ago
14 out of 14. I was so good at this cat quiz it made my allergies kick in.
RedSamRackham 2 months ago
* Heathcliff indeed the Snoopy of cartoon cats! ☺
PeterGuerin 2 months ago
Actually, Heathcliff had two series in the 1980s. He had one on ABC from 1980-1982 in which Dingbat and the Creeps were in the first season and Marmaduke in the second season. Then there was the syndicated series in 1984 that featured Cats and Company (a/k/a the Catillac Cats).
idkwut2use 9 months ago
Now there's an easy 100%...just TRY and trip me up on cartoons! ;D
AdrMky 9 months ago
You got 11 out of 14
Garfield may hate Mondays, but he loves your score
Runeshaper 10 months ago
You got 12 out of 14
Garfield may hate Mondays, but he loves your score!
djw1120 13 months ago
PERFECT SCORE!!!
14 out of 14
I guess I watch too many cartoons.
RedSamRackham djw1120 2 months ago
* Me too! ☺
JeffTanner 14 months ago
''You got 13 out of 14'' ----------Garfield may hate Monday's, but he LOVES your score!
MrBill 14 months ago
12/14; missed #7 and #13. I did not know that Pepe's cat had a name and that Quick Draw McGraw had a cat (I have not seen that cartoon in 40 years).
AEDC49 14 months ago
Actually #14 is not town of Savior-Faire but what name of the Mouse character is & he would say "Savoir Faire Is Everywhere!" while his sled dog Malamutt pulled him around alerting him etc. It was Fort Frazzle where he hailed from & Major Minor was his boss etc. They were French-Canadian! Nice Cartoon! made in early half of the 60's.
RobertAnthony 14 months ago
14/14...what can I say...I love cats animated or otherwise.
daDoctah 14 months ago
14/14. Nailed it.

Recently at pub trivia night, we had a handout round where we were to identify ten cartoon cats, including a few that were in this quiz. Our resident cat person (who actually goes by the name Lion) got nine of them, but I was able to identify Rita from "Animaniacs" so we swept that round too.
Barry22 14 months ago
13/14, Pepe's girlfriend had a name?
Poor Penelope, the only thing she did wrong, was to have the misfortune of coming in contact with a can of white paint. It was unrequited love for Pepe. Another opportunity to "Cherchez La Femme!"
RedSamRackham Barry22 2 months ago
* Much like Coyote/Roadrunner if you've seen 1 Pepe LePew cartoon you've seen them all. ♣
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