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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Abby Polly Bergen   9
* ® Agrippina Agnes Reppelier Author Repplier dedicated The Fireside Sphinx (1901) to her 8
* ® Ahmedabad John Kenneth Galbraith Its nickname "Ahmed" offended Islamic officials while Galbraith was U.S. ambassador to India, so he changed its name to "Gujarat" 9
* ® Ajax Ella Wheeler Wilcox Wilcox was a poet 8
* ® Alice Martin Mull   9
© All Ball Koko Koko the signing gorilla's pet kitten.
* ® Allen Jean Michel Jarre   8
* ® Alley Cat Ernest Hemingway   9
* ® Amberson George Booth Cartoonist Booth originally called it "Ambrosia," until he found it was a boy 8
* ® Ambrosia George Booth What cartoonist Booth originally called "Amberson," before discovering it was a boy 8
* ® Andy Sen. Ken Myer (FL) Record-holder for longest non-lethal fall: 16 stories (the cat, not the senator) 8
* ® Apollinaris Mark Twain   8+9
* ® Ariel Karl van Vechten "Orange Persian" pet discussed in author van Vechten's The Tiger in the House 8
* ® Ashley Vanna White   9
* ® Asole Joan van Ark   9
* ® Atossa Matthew Arnold Three-legged pet featured in Arnold's poem Matthias, about the author's canary 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Banjo Ella Wheeler Wilcox Wilcox was a poet 8
* ® Banquo Agnes Reppelier Reppelier was an author 8
* ® Banshee Agnes Reppelier Reppelier was an author 8
* ® Beelzebub Mark Twain   9
© Beethoven Martha Stewart   Mom
* ® Beppo Jorge Luis Borges Borges was an author 8
* ® Beppo Lord Byron One of five cats who traveled with him 8
* ® Big Red Ann-Margret   8+9
© Billy Dedee Pfieffer Owner Pfieffer is on For Your Love Mom
* ® Bimbo Paul Klee Artist Klee's white long-haired cat; depicted in Marina Algerghini's Il Gatto Cosmico di Paul Klee, 1993 8
* ® Bing Clawsby Michael Feinstein   9
* ® Bismarck Florence Nightingale Large Persian 8
* ® Blackie Winston Churchill   9
® Blackie or Blacky Calvin Coolidge   KSW
8+9
* ® Blacky Matthew Arnold Arnold was a poet 8
* ® Blatherskite Mark Twain   8+9
* ® Bob Sir Winston Churchill Black & white cat who waited for the PM at the steps 8
* © Bob Bettty White   9
* ® Boche Anne Frank An aggressive warehouse cat who was occupying the attic when the Franks arrived; derogatory slang for "German" 8+9
* ® Boise Ernest Hemingway   9
* ® Bona Marietta Robert Southey Southey was a poet 8+9
* ® Boy Vivien Leigh Sealpoint Siamese 8
* ® Buffalo Bill Mark Twain   9
© Bunny Kitty Enrico Colantoni Calico; owner Colantoni is on Just Shoot Me Mom
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Cake Warren Beatty   8+9
* ® Calvin Harriet Beecher Stowe Maltese stray who took over Stowe's house & sat on her shoulders while she wrote 8
* ® Carl Agnes Reppelier Reppelier was an author 8
* ® Carream Joan van Ark White 9
® Caruso Roberta Flack   KSW
9
* ® Catarina Edgar Allen Poe Poe took her everywhere, and she frequently sat on his shoulder as he wrote; she inspired The Black Cat 8+9
* ® Chanoine Victor Hugo "The canon;" Anogora originally called "Gavroche;" renamed because it was so indolent 8
* ® Charles Michael Joseph Joseph was an author 8
* ® Charmain Cleopatra   9
* ® Charo Yoko Ono   9
* ® Childebrand Théophile Gautier Author Gautier's black & tan striped cat, mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Chilla Paul Gallico Ukrianian gray; owner Gallico is the author of The Abandoned 9
* ® Chin Paul Gallico Ukrianian gray; owner Gallico is the author of The Abandoned 9
* ® Chloe Sally Gunnell Tabby 8
* ® Chopin F. Scott Fitzgerald   9
* ® Cleo Ronald Reagan Tortoiseshell stray 8
* ® Cleopatra Beryl Reid One of many 8
* ® Cléopatre Théophile Gautier Eponine's daughter; liked to stand on 3 legs; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Cobby Thomas Hardy Blue Persian given to Hardy late in life; he vanished when Hardy died in 1928 8
* ® Cody Henri Sauguet Composer's pet became ecstatic when it heard Debussy being played on the piano 8
* ® Columbine Thomas Carlyle Carlyle was an author 8+9
* ® Cookie Sir Angus Wilson A stray; the last of many pet cats in the author's life 8
* ® Crazy Christian Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
* © Crushinto, or Crushy Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer Orange rescuee; owners Dorkin (Milk & Cheese) & Dyer (Action Girl) write for Space Ghost Coast to Coast
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Dancer Walter Cronkite   9
* ® Del Boy Frank Bruno Bruno was a boxer 8
* ® Demi Sally Gunnell Black 8
* ® Dillinger Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
* ® Dimly Beryl Reid One of many 8
* ® Disraeli Florence Nightingale Large Persian 8
* ® Dlinyenki Alexander Borodin Roughly translates from Russian as "longy;" a tabby, probably female 8
* ® Dolly Tallulah Bankhead   9
* ® Don Pierrot de Navarre Théophile Gautier Author Gautier's white cat who liked to steal his pen; fathered 3 black kittens; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Dweezil Robert Wagner He & Moon were gifts from Frank Zappa's children 9
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Ecstasy Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
* ® El c. Joan van Ark   9
* ® Elvis John Lennon   9
* ® Enjoras Théophile Gautier Black kitten born to white parents Don Pierrot & Séraphita; named for character in Les Miserables; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Eponine Théophile Gautier Black fur, green eyes; daughter of Don Pierrot & Séraphita; named for character in Les Miserables; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® F. Puss Ernest Hemingway Yellow-eyed cat so trusted that the Hemingways allowed him to babysit their infant; a.k.a. "Mr. Feather Puss" 8
* ® Fatima Horace Walpole Walpole was an author 8
* ® Fats Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
* ® Feathers Karl van Vechten This Persian kitten was an inspiration for The Tiger in the House 8
* ® Félimare Cardinal Richelieu Striped like a tiger; one of many cats Richelieu had when he died 8
© Fellini Gene Shallit Maine coon cat; was rescued from a shelter in Pittsfield, MA Mom
* ® Flower-Face James Mason Siamese talked about in Mason's The Cats in our Lives (1949) 8
* ® Folly James & Pamela Mason   9
* ® Foss Edward Lear Pet & subject of many drawings, some published in The Heraldic Blazon of Foss the Cat; inspired The Owl & the Pussycat; Lear's death followed Foss' by 2 months 8
* ® Foxie Brian Aldiss Aldiss was an author 8
* ® Franchette Colette The author fictionalized her in ... 8
* ® Fred R. Crumb Inspiration for the infamous Fritz 8
* ® Friendless Brother Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
* ® Fritzi Paul Klee Artist Klee's mackerel tabby; depicted in Marina Algerghini's Il Gatto Cosmico di Paul Klee, 1993 8
F*ckchop Trent Reznor Reznor's "creative crutch" anon
* ® Furhouse Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Gavroche Théophile Gautier Black kitten born to white parents Don Pierrot & Séraphita; named for character in Les Miserables; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Gavroche Victor Hugo Angora later renamed Chanoine ("the canon") because it was so indolent 8
* ® Gazette Cardinal Richelieu Described as "indiscreet;" one of many cats Richelieu had when he died 8
* ® General Butchkin Iris Murdoch Murdoch was an author 8
* ® George Pushdragon T.S. Eliot   8+9
* ® Giorgio Peggy Guggenheim   9
* ® Gladstone Florence Nightingale Large Persian 8
* ® Goody Two Eyes Ella Wheeler Wilcox Wilcox was a poet 8
* ® Gris-Gris Charles de Gaulle Gris is French for "gray" 9
* ® Gujarat John Kenneth Galbraith Originally named "Ahmedabad;" was renamed because its nickname "Ahmed" offended Islamic officials while Galbraith was U.S. ambassador to India 9
* ® Gypsy Peggy Guggenheim   9
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Hamilcar Anatole France   8
* ® Harold Horace Walpole Walpole was an author 8
* ® Hester Andy Warhol   8
* ® Hinse Sir Walter Scott Tomcat who tormented Scott's dogs until a bloodhound named Nimrod killed him in 1826 8
© Hodge Samuel Johnson Johnson, an English lexicographer in the 1700's, would go to town himself to buy oysters for Hodge CJE
7+8
* ® Hurlyburlybuss Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Jackson Brian Aldiss Aldiss was an author 8
* ® James Taylor George Booth What cartoonist Booth originally called "Tata," before he found it was a girl 8
* ® Jeepers Creepers Elizabeth Taylor   9
* ® Jenny Beryl Reid One of many 8
* ® Jeoffry Christopher Smart Poet Smart's only companion during the several years he languished in solitary confinement in Bedlam 8
* ® Jock Winston Churchill Ginger kitten who stayed in Churchill's bed with him towards the end of his life; he was mentioned in the PM's will 8+9
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Kapok Colette Colette was an author 8
* ® Karoun Jean Cocteau Drôle de Ménage was dedicated to him. 8
* ® Kashka Deirdre Hall   9
* ® Kiki-la-Doucette Colette "Doucette" is French for "gentle one" 8
* ® Kro Colette Colette was an author 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® La Chatte Colette French for "The (female) cat" 8
* ® La Chatte Dernière Colette French for "the last (female) cat" 8
* ® La Touteu Colette Colette was an author 8
* ® Lady Arabella John Spencer Churchill When "Princess" arrived, Arabella was elevated to the rank of "Duchess of Catalunya and Countess of Barcelona" 9
* ® Langbourne Jeremy Bentham Over time, Langourne's name became The Reverend Sir John Langbourne, D.D. (Doctor of Divinity) 8
* ® Le Docteur Alexandre Dumas   8
* ® Leo Ruskin Spear Spear was an artist 8
* ® Lilly Samuel Johnson White kitling 8
© Little Teddy Enrico Colantoni Rescued stray; owner Colantoni is on Just Shoot Me Mom
* ® Lord Nelson Robert Southey Over the years, Nelson went through the ranks of Lord, Baron, Viscount, & Earl for "services performed against the Rats" 9
* ® Louisa Willaim Makepeace Thackeray Thackeray was an author 8
* ® Lucifer Cardinal Richelieu Jet black; one of many cats Richelieu had when he died 8
* ® Ludovic le Cruel Cardinal Richelieu Savage rat-killer; one of many cats Richelieu had when he died 8
* ® Ludoviska Cardinal Richelieu Polish cat; one of many pets Richelieu had when he died 8
* ® Lulu Beryl Reid One of many 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Macramé Brian Aldiss Aldiss was an author 8
* ® Madame Bianchi Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
* ® Madame Catalini Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
* ® Madame Ref Ella Wheeler Wilcox Wilcox was a poet 8
* ® Madame Théophile Théophile Gautier Red & white cat who liked to steal food from author Gautier's fork; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Madame Vanity Michel de Montaigne Montaigne was an author 8
* ® Magritte Gloria Steinem   9
* ® Manny Ruskin Spear Spear was an artist 8
* ® Marcus James Dean Siamese, gift from Elizabeth Taylor 7
* ® Margate Winston Churchill Black stray found on the steps of #10 Downing Street 8+9
* ® Marilyn Miste Whitney Houston   9
* ® Marmoutte Blanche Pierre Loti Black & white angora featured in author Loti's Lives of Two Cats 8
* ® Marmoutte Chinoise Pierre Loti Stowaway kitten from China featured in author Loti's Lives of Two Cats 8
* ® Master's Cat, The Charles Dickens The only of Williamina's kittens Dickens kept; she would snuff his reading candle to get attention 8
* ® Maurice Jean-Claude Suarès Named for artist Suarès' wife's lover, who was "not allowed on the bed either" 8
* ® McBum Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
Meatball Jane Pauley   KSW
* ® Micette or Micetto Pope Leo XII Born in the Vatican; grayish-red with black stripes; lived among the Pope's robes 8+9
* ® Mimi-Paillon Cardinal Richelieu Angora; one of many cats Richelieu had when he died in 1642 8
* © Mimsy Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer Formerly feral rescuee; owners Dorkin (Milk & Cheese) & Dyer (Action Girl) write for Space Ghost Coast to Coast
* ® Mini-mini Colette Colette was an author 8
* ® Minionne Colette Colette was an author 8
* ® Minna Minna Mowbray Michael Joseph There was an entire chapter dedicated to her in Jospeh's book Cat's Company (1946) 8
* ® Minnaloushe William Butler Yeats From the poem The Cat and the Moon 8
* ® Minou George Sand Sand ate her breakfast from the same bowl as her cat 8
* ® Misha Yoko Ono   9
© Misty Malarky Ying Yang Amy Carter Siamese pet of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter box
9
* ® Mitsou Marilyn Monroe White Perisan 9
* ® Moon Robert Wagner She & Dweezil were gifts from Frank Zappa's children 9
* ® Moortje Anne Frank Miss Frank's pet who was left with neighbors when her family fled to the attic 9
* ® Mouche Victor Hugo French for "fly" (as in the insect) 8
* ® Mounard le Fougueux Cardinal Richelieu Described as "quarrelsome, capricious, & worldly;" one of many cats Richelieu had when he died in 1642 8
* ® Mouschi Anne Frank Came to live with the Franks in the attic; the pet of some family friends 8+9
* ® Mousetrap Van Heflin   8
© Mozart Martha Stewart   Mom
* ® Mr. Cat, or Mr. Kat Sir Winston Churchill Ginger tom also known as "Tango" 8
* ® Mr. Feather Puss Ernest Hemingway Yellow-eyed cat so trusted that the Hemingways allowed him to babysit their infant; a.k.a. "F. Puss" 9
© Mr. Jinx, or Jinxie Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer Owners Dorkin (Milk & Cheese) & Dyer (Action Girl), write for Space Ghost Coast to Coast
* ® Mr. Peter Wells H.G. Wells   8+9
* ® Muezza Mohammed It it said that once when Mohammed was called to prayer, he cut off the sleeve of his robe rather than disturb his sleeping pet, who was nestled upon it 8
* ® Murphy Bernadette Peters   9
* ® Muscat Colette Colette was an author 8
* ® Myobu No Omoto Emperor Ichijo (Japan) "Omoto, Lady-in-Waiting;" Ichijo once imprisoned the owner of a dog that chased his pet 8
* ® Mys Paul Klee Artist Klee's dark long-haired cat; depicted in Marina Algerghini's Il Gatto Cosmico di Paul Klee, 1993 8
* ® Mysouff Alexandre Dumas Mysouff I & II; #2 was black & white and Dumas' favorite, even though it once ate all his exotic birds 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Nelson Winston Churchill Black cat who sat in a chair next to Churchill in both the Cabinet & dining rooms; named after Lord Nelson but wasn't nearly as brave 8+9
* ® Nichols Vivian Leigh   9
* ® Nemo PM Harold Wilson (UK) Seal point Siamese that used to accompany the Wilsons on holiday 8
* ® Nero Agnes Reppelier Reppelier was an author 8
* ® New Vivien Leigh Named after "New Theater" 8
* ® Nickie Brian Aldiss Aldiss was an author 8
* ® Noilly Prat T.S. Eliot   8
* Norton Peter Gethers Scottish fold tabby fictionalized in novels The Cat Who Went to Paris & A Cat Abroad KaP
* ® Nuggi Paul Klee Artist Klee's long-haired cat; depicted in Marina Algerghini's Il Gatto Cosmico di Paul Klee, 1993 8
* ® Number One thru
Number Eight
Beverley Nichols Owned 7 Siamese cats all given numbers as names; "Six" was not used, #8's original name was "Oscar" 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Oliver Thomas Huxley Tabby pet of scientist who lived from 1825 to 1895 8
* ® One and Only Colette Colette was an author 8
© Onyx Arthell Neville
* ® Oscar Beverly Nichols Nichols was an author 8
* ® Othello Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
* ® Ovid Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Pascal Anatole France France was an author 8
* ® Patapan Horace Walpole Walpole was an author 8
* ® Patrocle Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres Ingres was an artist 8
* ® Pattipaws or Pettipaws T.S. Eliot   8+9
* ® Perruque Cardinal Richelieu As a kitten, she fell at Richelieu's feet from the wig ("perruque") of an academic named Racan 8
* ® Persian Snow Erasmus Darwin Darwin was a scientist, 1731-1802 8
* ® Petiteu Colette Colette was an author 8
* ® Pilar Ernest Hemingway   9
* ® Pinichette Colette Colette was an author 8
* ® Pippo Compton MacKenzie One of the author's many pet cats 8
© Pixel, or Pixie Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer Owners Dorkin (Milk & Cheese) & Dyer (Action Girl), write for Space Ghost Coast to Coast
* ® Polar Bear Cleveland Amory Amory wrote 3 books about him, incl. The Cat Who Came for Christmas 9
+ ® Pony Boy Richard Patrick Abyssinian pet of guy from Filter
* ® Poo Jones Vivian Leigh   9
Popcorn Edward Djerejian Pet of outgoing Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs MEJ
* ® Poppet Joe Namath   9
* ® Poppy Sally Gunnell Tabby & white 8
* ® Princess Sophie Louise of Sweden John Spencer Churchill Long-haired tabby belonging to Winston's artist nephew 9
* ® Procope Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres Ingres was an artist 8
* ® Prudence Pres. Georges Clemenceau (France) Blue Persian 8
* ® Pudlenka Karel Capek Pulenka I, II, & III; #1 appeared on Capek's doorstep the day his tomcat died, had 26 kittens in her lifetime; #2 had 21 8
* ® Pulcheria Robert Southey Southey was a poet 8+9
* ® Pulcinella Domenico Scarlatti She inspired The Cat's Fugue as she liked to walk up & down his keyboards 8
* ® Punky Doris Day One of 10+ Day rescued 8
* ® Purdoe Samuel Butler   8
* ® Pyewacket Kim Novak Starred with Novak in Bell Book and Candle 9
* ® Pyrame Cardinal Richelieu He & Thisbe were named after the mythological lovers because they slept together w/ paws intertwined 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Racan Cardinal Richelieu Named for the academic out of whose wig he fell, as a kitten, at Richelieu's feet 8
* ® Reverend Wenceslas Muff, The Sir Roy Strong (author) Black tomcat 8
* ® Rhett Butler Vanna White   9
© Rita Julia Sweeny Black
* ® Romeo Peggy Guggenheim   9
* ® Rubis sur l'Ongle Cardinal Richelieu Especially fond of milk; one of many cats Richelieu had when he died in 1642 8
* ® Rumpel Robert Southey Full title was The Most Noble the Archduke Rumpelstizchen, marquis Macbum, Earle Tomemange, Baron Raticide, Waowler, and Skaratchi 8
* ® Rumpelstilzchen Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
* ® Rybolov Alexander Borodin Russian for "fisherman;" a tabby 8
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* ® Sadie James Mason Siamese talked about in Mason's The Cats in our Lives (1949) 8
* ® Sam Andy Warhol   8
* ® Samantha Helen Gurley Brown   9
* ® Samson Frank Bruno Siamese pet of boxer 8
* ® Sans Lendemain Peggy Guggenheim Translates literally as "without (the) day after" 9
* ® Sara Ronald Reagan Tortoiseshell stray 8
* ® Sarah Snow Kingsley Amis She had green eyes & long white fur 8
* ® Sascha Regis Philbin   9
* ® Sascha Yoko Ono   9
* Satan Mark Twain   CJE
* ® Scratchaway Thomas Hood Hood was an English poet who lived from 1799 to 1845 9
* ® Selima Horace Walpole Tortoiseshell tabby; drowned in a goldfish bowl, inspiring the poem Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes (1748) 8
* ® Señor Stephanie Powers He's blind 9
* ® Séraphita Théophile Gautier Author Gautier's white cat who had 3 black kittens w/ Don Pierrot; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Serpolet Cardinal Richelieu Fond of sunning himself in the window; one of many cats Richelieu had when he died in 1642 8
© Shan Susan Ford Siamese pet of Gerald Ford's daughter KSW
7-9
* ® She Linda Evans   9
* ® Sheba Sally Jessie Raphael   9
© Sheba Vivica A. Fox Owner Fox is on Getting Personal Mom
* ® Sheena O.J. Simpson   8+9
* ® Shuang-mei Emperor Chu Hou-Tsung (China) Her name meant "Frost-eyebrows" 8
* ® Siam Rutherford B. Hayes A gift from the American Consul in Bangkok; Siam was the first Siamese cat to reach the United States (1878) 8
* ® Silkhat Van Heflin   8
* ® Simpkin Cecil Day-Lewis Day-Lewis was a poet 8
* Sin Mark Twain   CJE
* ® Sir Thomas Dido Robert Southey Southey was a poet 8
* ® Sizi Albert Schweitzer Lived with Schweitzer at his clinic in Africa; though left-handed, he would write prescriptions with his right had when she was sleeping on his left arm 8+9
* ® Skunk Ernest Hemingway   9
© Slippers Theodore Roosevelt Gray tabby with 6 toes on each foot KSW
7-9
Smokey Calvin Coolidge Bobcat KSW
© Snookie Vivica A. Fox Owner Fox is on Getting Personal Mom
© Socks Bill Clinton
+ ® Soda Pop Richard Patrick Abyssinian pet of guy from Filter
* ® Soumise Cardinal Richelieu Richelieu's favorite; one of many cats he had when he died 8
* ® Sour Mash Mark Twain   8+9
* ® Sylvia Compton MacKenzie One of author MacKenzie's many pet cats 8
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* © T.K. Betty White   9
* ® Tabby Tad Lincoln Tad was Abraham's son 8+9
* ® Tabitha Longclaws Tiddleywink Thomas Hood Scratchaway's mother 9
* ® Taffy Christopher Morley Theiving cat commemorated in Morley's 1929 poem In Honor of Taffy Topaz 8
* ® Taki Raymond Chandler Black Persian female; his "feline secretary" to whom he always read the first drafts of his muder mysteries 8+9
* ® Tammany Mark Twain   9
* ® Tango Winston Churchill Ginger tom also known as Mr. Cat or Mr. Kat 8+9
* ® Tantomile T.S. Eliot   8
* ® Tata George Booth Originally named "James Taylor," until author Booth found it was a girl 8
© Teeny Martha Stewart   Mom
* ® Thisbe Cardinal Richelieu She & Pyrame were named after the mythological lovers because they slept together w/ paws intertwined 8
* ® Thruster Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
* ® Tiger Charlotte & Emily Brontë Played at Emily's feet while she wrote Wuthering Heights 8
© Tiger Calvin Coolidge Gray striped stray adopted by Coolidge, who used to walk around the White House with the cat draped around his neck; when he got lost, Coolidge went on the radio to appeal for help finding him KSW
7+8
* ® Tiger Aaron Neville   9
© Tigger Vivica A. Fox Owner Fox is on Getting Personal Mom
* ® Timmy Calvin Coolidge Would allow Coolidge's canary to sleep between his paws 8
* ® Timothy Dorothy L. Sayers White cat who is mentioned in two of Sayers' poems: For Timothy & War Cat 8
© Toby Dedee Pfieffer Owner Pfieffer in on For Your Love Mom
* ® Tom, Jr. Harriet Elizabeth Beecher Stowe   9
© Tom Kitten Caroline Kennedy When he died in 1962, the press gave him an obituary notice KSW
7-9
© Tom Quartz Theodore Roosevelt Named after the cat in Roughing It by Mark Twain KSW
7-9
* ® Tommy Alexander Borodin Borodin was a composer 8
* ® Tommy Anne Frank An attic cat who was occupying the attic when Frank & her family arrived; he always won the fights Boche picked with him 8
* ® Tootoose Compton MacKenzie One of author MacKenzie's many pet cats 8
* ® Topaz Tennessee Williams   9
* ® Toune Colette Colette was an author 8
+ Trim Matthew Flinders Owner Flinders was an Australian explorer FAJ
CJE
* ® Trixie Ruskin Spear Spear was an artist 8
* ® Trixie The 3rd Earl of Southampton After the Earl was put in the tower of London, Trixie allegedly found him & stayed with him there for the next 2 years 8
* ® Tuffy Ann-Margret   8+9
* ® Turkey Janet Leigh   8+9
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Vashka Czar Nicholas I   9
© Verdi Martha Stewart   Mom
* ® Virgil Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 9
© Vivaldi Martha Stewart   Mom
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Weasel Cindi Lauper   9
© Weeny Martha Stewart   Mom
* ® White Heather Queen Victoria Black & white Persian the Queen had in her old age; upon her death became the pet of Edward VII 8+9
* ® Whitehead Ernest Hemingway   9
* ® Whitey James & Pamela Mason   9
* ® William Charles Dickens What "Williamina" was called until she had kittens 8
* ® Williamina Charles Dickens Called "William" until she had kittens, which she insisted on moving into Dickens' study 8+9
* ® Willy Ernest Hemingway One of 30 of his pet cats 8
* ® Windy Guy Gibson Gibson, a WWI dambuster, took Windy on many of his wartime missions 8
* ® Wiscus T.S. Eliot   8+9
* ® Woody Jean Michel Jarre   8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Yum-Yum Brian Aldiss Aldiss was an author 8
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NAME OWNER NOTES WHO
* ® Zara Horace Walpole Walpole was an author 8
* ® Zizi Théophile Gautier Author Gautier's Angora who liked to walk up & down the piano keys; mentioned in La Ménagerie Intime 8
* ® Zoë Gabriel Rossetti Poet Rossetti's black and white female 8
* ® Zombi, The Robert Southey Owner Southey was a poet 8+9
* ® Zoroaster Mark Twain   8+9
* ® Zwerg Colette Colette was an author 8

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