Can You Name All of These Movie Cats From One Screenshot?

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Lauren Lubas

6 Min Quiz

Image: Lifetime

About This Quiz

Passing this quiz will mean you are one fur-midable movie lover. The great news is that you don't have to be CAThletic to get a passing grade, but you might have to be a little bit clever to get the hang of it, and you'll definitely have to be LITTERate to some extent.

Let's face it, people love to put animals in movies, even if they can be difficult to deal with sometimes. Animals appeal to younger audiences, and they show adult audiences what the characters' personalities are like. That's why you'll see a lot of cats hanging around movie sets, showing off their cool demeanor and skittish ways.

If you're a cat lover, chances are you've seen some of the most memorable cats to hit the big screen, and you might even recognize some of the obscure ones. But do you think you can name all of these cat stars from an image? Take this quiz to see if you can PURRfectly match the name to the image. If you don't get a perfect score, don't worry, you can always claw your way back and retake the quiz.

This lump of a cat was voiced by Bill Murray. Do you know his name?

Any '80s kid knows Garfield better than they know most members of their family. The lasagna-loving cat was awesome to see as a cartoon, and when he was eventually brought to the big screen, fans were ecstatic.

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In "Hocus Pocus," you'll find a talking cat that goes by what name?

As one of the most memorable cat puppets to grace the big screen, Thackery Binx is both intelligent and protective of the humans he finds ... even if one of them decided to light the black flame candle.

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In the "Shrek" series, what's the name of the cat that loves to fight?

The uptight cat who takes his fighting seriously was voiced by Antonio Banderas. This cat was such a hit with audiences, he even got his own movie and ended up in several shorts as well.

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This sad movie cat sings the iconic song, "Memory." Can you name her?

An impressive array of celebrities bring Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway musical to the big screen — Idris Elba, Judi Dench, Rebel Wilson, Taylor Swift and Jennifer Hudson, to name a few. It's Jennifer Hudson who gets to belt perhaps the show's most recognizable song, "Memory."

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Do you remember the name of Robert DeNiro's cat in "Meet the Parents"?

Mr. Jinx (aka Jinxy Cat) is a well-trained cat that can do pretty much everything a dog can do. But he lacks the strength and opposable thumbs to flush a toilet, which Greg Focker learns the hard way.

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This might be a toughie. Do you know the names of the Siamese cats from "Lady and the Tramp"?

While we don't really hear their names in the movie, Si and Am are some of the meanest cats on the big screen. They tear things up, knock things down, plan to steal milk from the baby and blame everything on the dog.

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Who is Mia's furry friend in "The Princess Diaries"?

When a seemingly hopeless girl finds out she's royalty, she has to learn all of the right moves. Feeling like she doesn't belong, the only one she can turn to is her cat, Fat Louie.

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Dr. Evil's cat went by what name?

Poor Mr. Bigglesworth. He is just a simple, fluffy cat who loves his master, but then loses all his hair during the freezing process. While it's clear he is played by two different cats, it's still a funny moment in the "Austin Powers" movie franchise.

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This meme star even got his own movie. What is his name?

If you never heard of the "Grumpy Cat" movie, don't worry; you're not alone. This cat's angry face was such a huge internet sensation, he made his way to the big screen, in a comedy, of course.

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What's the name of this crabby cat from "The Hunger Games"?

There's nothing like a good movie about a dystopian future, and the series that started that was "The Hunger Games." Who doesn't want to watch a bunch of people try to kill each other off in order to entertain the population?

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Do you know the name of this street smart cat from "Bolt"?

Bolt is a dog actor who really believes he's a hero. However, when he gets lost, he has to find his way home, and he realizes he's no hero at all. Luckily, he meets a streetwise cat named Mittens who helps him out.

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"The Aristocats" focused completely on a cat family. What was the mother's name?

When Duchess and her kittens inherit a rich woman's fortune, they become targets for ... pretty much anyone who wants money. This leads to a pretty intense adventure where the cats are constantly in peril.

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Mike Myers plays this cat in the Dr. Seuss classic. Do you know his name?

Though many believe that "The Cat in the Hat" movie was a little weird, it did have some great and funny moments. However, people are still a little weirded out by Mike Myers playing a man-sized cat.

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Do you recognize this cat from "Alice in Wonderland"?

Everyone recognizes the Cheshire Cat from "Alice in Wonderland." In the Disney version, he's purple and white, and will gladly confuse you for funsies. Like most everyone else around Wonderland, he's pretty mad.

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The cat in "Alien" makes it through. What is his name?

There are few survivors on "Alien," but you will be happy to know that the cat named Jonesy is one of them. He's considered the unsung hero of the film, and so well-loved that people have made tributes to him.

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He played an orphan in a 1988 Disney animated film. Can you name him?

It was only a matter of time before Disney showed their take on "Oliver Twist." They lightened up the dark material by turning the characters into cats and other animals. Oliver is played by a little orange cat who is just the most adorable thing you've ever seen.

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Can you name this overweight cheetah from "Zootopia"?

There are many large cats in "Zootopia," but the most memorable one is the cheetah that has a special love for sweets. Without any exercise, Officer Clawhauser packs on the pounds, but that's just extra love for him to spread around.

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In the "Harry Potter" series, what is the name of Filch's cat?

Even if you weren't a fan of Filch, you probably felt terrible when Mrs. Norris ended up getting petrified by the basilisk. There she was, minding her own business, drinking water, when all of the sudden, she saw a reflection of the terrible beast.

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What is the name of the cat who starred in a 1986 film opposite Otis?

"The Adventures of Milo and Otis" was a very realistic movie about a dog and a cat who get lost. While there are some animal cruelty issues with the making of the film, the English version was well-loved by children in the 1980s.

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Do you know the name of the wicked stepmother's cat in the 1950 version of "Cinderella"?

Walt Disney didn't pull any punches when it came to clearly showing who was evil in his movies. Therefore, when the wicked stepmother first calls her cat by his name, audiences really shouldn't be surprised. He may as well have been called Satan.

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"Pet Sematary" had many creepy animals. Can you name this cat?

In "Pet Sematary," we learn that there is a place where you can bury dead pets and they will come back to life. Of course, since it is a Stephen King film, they don't come back quite the same as they were before they died. Church gives us a little insight as to what happens when the dead don't stay dead.

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Geppetto's cat in "Pinocchio" was named what?

Although Figaro doesn't get a whole lot of screen time in "Pinocchio," he may be one of the cutest cats that Walt Disney animators ever created. He loves to dance around and play with the old man who takes care of him.

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"The Lego NINJAGO Movie" from 2017 incorporated a real cat, which was giant to the Lego world. What was its name?

A clear take on Mothra, Meowthra is a real cat that finds its way into a Lego city, and the results are hilarious. She's the six-toed fluffy demon who will not stop until she has made NINJAGO her personal litter box.

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Jasmine's pet tiger in the 1992 version of "Aladdin" was named what?

Of all of Disney's animal sidekicks, Rajah is definitely the coolest. He doesn't have to say much, but shows that he is protective of Jasmine and will gladly attack anyone who even annoys her.

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Denis Leary voices this saber-toothed tiger in "Ice Age." What's his name?

Not all saber-toothed tigers want to eat everything they see. Some of them are willing to help. The down-to-earth Diego is reluctant to help the new people he meets, but in the end, we see he has a heart.

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Hermione gets a cat that hates Ron's rat. Do you know his name?

We learn that Crookshanks is half-cat, half-Kneazle, based on his appearance. He has the sense to know when people are bad or good, which shows why he was always after Scabbers, who ended up being Wormtail.

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Can you name this cat from a 1974 award-winning movie?

"Harry and Tonto" is the story of a man and his cat traveling around the United States. The movie came out in 1974, a time when no one realized that such finicky animals could be trusted to go about traveling.

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"Bell, Book and Candle" is an oldie but a goodie. Do you remember the cat's name from that movie?

Movies about witches were few and far between in the 1950s, but there were a few good ones. This one included a Siamese cat named Pyewacket who was the family of the witch Gillian Holroyd, played by actress Kim Novak.

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This cat is named after her attitude. Do you know what it is?

"Cats rule and dogs drool" is the motto for Sassy, the cat from "Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey." She likes nice things but will get her paws dirty for her friends if they are in need.

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Can you name this little kitten who gets into a lot of trouble?

When you get a kitten, you probably think you're in for some great snuggles, but when you find a little one and it gets you out of a depression, things change for you. That is, until someone takes your cat and you will do anything it takes to find it.

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This technically isn't a cat, but it looks like one. Can you tell us its name?

We don't see a whole lot of cats in superhero films, but when Goose takes the stage in "Captain Marvel," you can't focus on anything else. He's a cat that can take a lickin' and keep on purrin'.

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What is the name of this street cat from the movie named after him?

"A Street Cat Named Bob" is the story of a man with a substance abuse problem who takes in a street cat to help him get over his addictions. He brings the cat everywhere with him in this heartwarming story.

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Can you tell us the name of the cat in "A Cat In Paris"?

"A Cat In Paris" is an animated film that shows what a cat burglar and his sidekick cat do for a living. The animation in this film is unique and mirrors the darker storyline in a very artistic way.

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A man gets trapped in a cat's body in "Nine Lives." What is his name?

When a man obsessed with work gets his daughter a cat from an ominous pet store, things get a little crazy. The man is turned into a cat after a spell is put on him, and he has to learn how to reconnect with this family, or he gets stuck that way forever.

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Who is the dancing star of "Cats Don't Dance"?

Making it big in Hollywood is difficult enough, but when you're a cat, you have many more challenges to face. For Danny the cat, Darla Dimples, a child star who hates cats, is one of those challenges.

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The cat in "Men in Black" was a very important part of the plot. What is his name?

An alien in a mortician's body warns that in order to prevent war, the Men in Black can find the galaxy on Orion's belt. The obvious solution is to look at the constellation, but the truth is, it's on the cat's collar.

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Not all movie cats get happy endings. Do you remember this little guy from "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"?

If you're looking for a great and inspirational movie that involves cats, it is not recommended that you watch "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo." The poor cat gets defiled in terrible ways in order to stop an investigation.

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This cat was brought in to find and destroy a mouse in "Mouse Hunt." Do you remember his name?

When Ernie and Lars Smuntz inherit a mansion, they learn of a mouse that has pretty much taken over. They do everything to get rid of the mouse, including bringing in the big guns with Catzilla.

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In the original "True Grit," you will find this cat with a very honorable name. What is it?

You won't find General Sterling Price in the remake of "True Grit," but he did show up in the original from 1969. The movie starred John Wayne, who introduced General Sterling Price as his nephew.

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Can you name this cat that was brought back to life in "Re-Animator"?

Rufus was brought back to life by the crazy scientist who wanted to play God. Obviously, this leads to consequences that are far beyond natural ... even if the cat looks completely fake.

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