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Anime Culture: Cat Girls, MEOW!
List creator: hamano
Created on: August 28, 2003 - 11:42 AM PDT
Description: Slinky sexy spunky cute cat girls from Anime, and a few from films. If there are any omissions, please let me know.

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All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (1992)
Not Rated
  Nuku Nuku: Title Character - Maybe the most famous anime catgirl, Nuku Nuku is actually a robot. Unlike Doraemon, she's very cute and silly, but don't make her mad! This show is often very funny and very energetic.
Battle Athletes Victory Vol. 1 - Training
  Tanya: Supporting Character - My all time favorite catgirl! Technically, Tanya is human. But she often bounds about on all fours, and has the appetite of a lion. She is always friendly and endlessly cheerful except for one memorable moment. Bagyuuuun!
Battle Athletes Vol. 1 - On Your Mark (1997)
  Tanya: Supporting Character - The same Tanya in the OVA series that preceded the TV show. She's not featured as prominently as she is in Victory. Loves to run, loves to win!
Escaflowne: A Girl in Gaea (2000)
  Meruru (Merle): Supporting Character - Van's sidekick who loves him and is jealous of Hitomi. Cute, but check out the 2 dancing Catgirls at the pub! They're just like Anna and Unu.
Vision of Escaflowne Vol. 1: Dragons & Destiny (2000)
Not Rated
  Meruru (Merle): Supporting Character - Sassy catgirl who often teases and torments our heroine, Hitomi. She loves Prince Van. Bad brother Folken has 2 sexy older catgirl assassins, Naria and Enaria. What is it with catgirls and Fanelian princes, anyway?
Love Hina Vol. 1: Moving In (2001)
Not Rated
  Kaolla Su: Supporting Character - Like Tanya, she's really human. No tail, but has all the other catgirl traits. Technical wizard, wild appetite, very friendly.
Dominion Tank Police: Act 1-4 (1989)
  Annapuna and Unupuma: Supporting Characters - The ultimate BAD catgirls! They seduce with a sexy dance, then kill with huge machine guns. Featured prominently in the end credit sequences AND on the DVD case!
Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran Vol. 1 - A Tale of Two Travelers (2002)
Not Rated
  Lady Myao, master of the Cat Fist: Lead Sidekick - Travelling companion of master swordswoman Ran, Myao uses a form of Kung Fu called Cat Fist. She is more emotional, compassionate, and nosy compared to Ran. Funny sidekick that sometimes steals the show.
Cowboy Bebop: Session 2 (1998)
  Ed: Supporting Character - To some fans, Ed IS the lead, although she doesn't appear until episode 9. Technically human, her best friend is a Corgi dog. A genius computer hacker who otherwise
Hyper Police: Episodes 1-4 (1998)
  Natsuki Sasawara: Lead Female - This catgirl is a bounty hunter in a future when humans and fantastic creatures co-exist. She and her partner, cool wolf-guy Batanen, might have a budding romance. Natsuki also clashes with Sakura, a rival foxgirl coworker.
Outlaw Star Vol. 2 (Disc 1 of 2) (1998)
  Aisha Canclan: one of the main characters, pictured on the cover of Volume 2. She has a pretty stereotypical catgirl personality, according to GCitizen LizK1.
Sailor Moon S: The Movie - Hearts in Ice (1993)
  Luna: Supporting Character: A magic cat in Sailor Moon, but turns human at the end of this movie. "There is also a cool part in the movie where you actually se her grow from a cat into a human. It's interesting." says LizK1.
Cat People (1982)
  Irena Gallier (Nastassja Kinski): Lead Female - The original 1942 Cat People isn't out on DVD. Directed by Paul Schrader. Nasty is naked. A lot. Smallville mom Annette O'Toole is also naked, once. Malcolm McDowell is creepy (and naked). David Bowie theme.
Batman Returns (1992)
  Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer): Lead Female - Vengeful secretary Selina Kyle transforms into Catwoman. Pfeiffer is a good actress, but I don't know if she was the best choice for Catwoman. Her stitchy costume reminds me of Sally from Nightmare B4 Xmas.
Batman: The Movie (1966)
  Catwoman (Lee Meriwether): Supporting Character - Meriwether doesn't distinguish her character like the other baddies in this movie version of the classic TV series. It's hard to compete with Frank Gorshin, Burgess Meredith, and Cesar Romero! Camp classic
Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)
Not Rated
  mdraine suggested this addition. I have never seen it... Thanks mdraine!
Star Trek Original Series Vol. 28 (Episodes 55 & 56) (1968)
Not Rated
  Thanks, dpowers, for this suggestion. In the episode "Assignment: Earth" Kirk and crew travel to Earth's past and deal with a sorta intergalactic James Bond type named Gary Seven. Seven's pet black cat Isis is actually a Catgirl. Teri Garr alert!
Night on the Galactic Railroad (1985)
Not Rated
  An entire cast of Cats! Well... most of them are boys. There's 1 cute human girl! Strange reflection on death and loss based on Kenji Miyazawa's book. Slow pacing, but often beautiful.
Spring and Chaos (2001)
Not Rated
  An anime biopic of author Kenji Miyazawa, but everyone is a cat! Miyazawa wrote the original "Night on the Galactic Railroad" novel.
Catnapped! The Movie (2000)
  Another cat cast! A young girl and her brother both turn into cats for an adventure in a magical world of cats!
Cat Soup (2003)
Not Rated
  Nyaako is a female cat. This is weird surreal stuff. Suggested by llibby.
My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Not Rated
  Sorry, no catgirls, but a Giant Cat Bus!!! And, in one shot from beneath, it's obviously a BOY Cat Bus. You MUST rent this film! You'll never see a Cat Bus anywhere else!

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