Word "CAT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a large tracked vehicle that is propelled by two endless metal belts; frequently used for moving earth in construction and farm work
Synonyms:
caterpillar

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and no ability to roar: domestic cats; wildcats
Synonyms:
true cat

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a whip with nine knotted cords
Synonyms:
cat-o'-nine-tails
Examples:
British sailors feared the cat

Crossword Clues for CAT

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Clue Source Date
One may be feral Universal 20 Oct 2021
Pet to pet Family Time 17 Oct 2021
Pet fur has nothing removed The Times Cryptic 07 Oct 2021
Mewing pet Universal 04 Oct 2021
"Indoor" or "outdoor" pet Universal 23 Sep 2021
Litter box user LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2021
Litter box user The Washington Post 22 Sep 2021
Persian or Siamese creature Family Time 12 Sep 2021
Pet that might clean itself with its leg in the air USA Today 12 Sep 2021
Monopoly token that replaced the iron LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2021
Monopoly token that replaced the iron The Washington Post 26 Aug 2021
Curious pet Premier Sunday 22 Aug 2021
Cool one New York Times 22 Aug 2021
Feline The Times Concise 16 Aug 2021
Ocelot, for instance Newsday 15 Aug 2021
Purr producer Thomas Joseph 12 Aug 2021
Pet that might have a 'tuxedo' USA Today 08 Aug 2021
Feline USA Today 07 Aug 2021
Meower USA Today 03 Aug 2021
Persian, for one Eugene Sheffer 02 Aug 2021
Garfield, e.g Universal 26 Jul 2021
Persian or Siamese Universal 19 Jul 2021
Purring pet Eugene Sheffer 14 Jul 2021
Grown-up kitten USA Today 13 Jul 2021
Garfield, e.g LA Times Daily 13 Jul 2021
Garfield, e.g The Washington Post 13 Jul 2021
Puma or panther Newsday 05 Jul 2021
Purr producer Thomas Joseph 05 Jul 2021
Word after "fat" or "cool" Universal 28 Jun 2021
Windowsill basker Wall Street Journal 16 Jun 2021
Colonel Meow, for one USA Today 10 Jun 2021
Milk lover Newsday 10 Jun 2021
Purr producer Thomas Joseph 02 Jun 2021
Feline The Sun Two Speed 29 May 2021
Moggy in trolley right to leave The Sun Two Speed 29 May 2021
Purring pet Wall Street Journal 24 May 2021
Panther, e.g Premier Sunday 23 May 2021
___ burglar Universal 23 May 2021
Pet that might pounce on a yarn ball USA Today 23 May 2021
Mouse chaser Thomas Joseph 10 May 2021
Tom or tabby The Washington Post 09 May 2021
Tom or tabby LA Times Daily 09 May 2021
Sylvester, for one Eugene Sheffer 08 May 2021
Pet that may hiss Universal 02 May 2021
Pet that might 'make biscuits' USA Today 30 Apr 2021
Garfield's species Family Time 25 Apr 2021
Lynx or lion Thomas Joseph 22 Apr 2021
Feline USA Today 13 Apr 2021
Garfield is one Family Time 12 Apr 2021
Animal that, despite popular belief, is usually lactose intolerant New York Times 06 Apr 2021
Lap-loving pet The Washington Post 29 Mar 2021
Fancy Feast fan Universal 29 Mar 2021
Lap-loving pet LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2021
Purring pet Premier Sunday 28 Mar 2021
Russian blue, e.g Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2021
Animal said to have nine lives USA Today 14 Feb 2021
Manx, for one Thomas Joseph 10 Feb 2021
Persian or Siamese Universal 28 Jan 2021
Persian, for one Eugene Sheffer 28 Jan 2021
Potential adoptee Wall Street Journal 26 Jan 2021
Leopard, e.g USA Today 20 Jan 2021
Purring pet Eugene Sheffer 19 Jan 2021
Garfield, for one Eugene Sheffer 18 Jan 2021
Tiger or lion Newsday 18 Jan 2021
Roommate that may leave litter everywhere USA Today 15 Jan 2021
Shelter adoptee Newsday 10 Jan 2021
-- Anderson, member of Duke Ellington's orchestra The Telegraph General Knowledge 04 Jan 2021
Pet that kneads you The Washington Post Sunday 03 Jan 2021
Ragamuffin or Maine Coon Canadiana 28 Dec 2020
Pusheen, for example USA Today 25 Dec 2020
Scratching-post user Newsday 24 Dec 2020
Pet such as a manx Universal 23 Dec 2020
Feline Irish Times Simplex 22 Dec 2020
Moggy fur without hole The Sun Two Speed 18 Dec 2020
Type of common pet Family Time 06 Dec 2020
Hieroglyphics animal Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2020
Ominous sighting, it's said The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
Habitual birdwatcher Newsday 13 Nov 2020
Feline The Telegraph Quick 03 Nov 2020
Mouse chaser Eugene Sheffer 20 Oct 2020
One sleeping in a bookstore, perhaps The Washington Post Sunday 18 Oct 2020
Tractor brand, familiarly LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2020
Tractor brand, familiarly The Washington Post 11 Oct 2020
Moggy fur lacking nothing The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Oct 2020
'What greater gift than the love of a ___?': Charles Dickens New York Times 06 Oct 2020
One may hiss at a dog Universal 04 Oct 2020
Manx, e.g Wall Street Journal 12 Sep 2020
Moggy approximately on time The Sun Two Speed 05 Sep 2020
Whiskered pet Universal 25 Aug 2020
Monopoly token elected by an internet vote New York Times 16 Aug 2020
Animal feared by an ailurophobe New York Times 02 Aug 2020
Ocelot, for example USA Today 01 Aug 2020
Lion, say The Washington Post 11 Jul 2020
Himalayan, e.g Wall Street Journal 11 Jul 2020
About time to see moggy The Sun Two Speed 11 Jul 2020
Lion, say LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2020
Four-legged bird watcher Newsday 21 Jun 2020
Attendee of the Jellicle Ball, on Broadway New York Times 14 Jun 2020
Moggy fur with hole concealed The Sun Two Speed 10 Jun 2020
Calico, e.g USA Today 06 Jun 2020
You might name yours Tabby Family Time 24 May 2020
Pet that meows Newsday 19 May 2020
Old Deuteronomy or Bombalurina, for example Wall Street Journal 16 May 2020
Feline Newsday 10 May 2020
Siamese or Persian New York Times 05 May 2020
Kind of whip Canadiana 27 Apr 2020
Litter box user Universal 25 Apr 2020
Tabby Premier Sunday 12 Apr 2020
Leopard or lion USA Today 08 Apr 2020
Persian say approximately on time The Sun Two Speed 28 Mar 2020
Pet with nine lives, they say Universal 25 Mar 2020
Fiddle player of rhyme LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2020
Fiddle player of rhyme The Washington Post 06 Mar 2020
Tiger, for instance The Telegraph Quick 28 Feb 2020
Laser pointer chaser The Washington Post 25 Feb 2020
Tabby New York Times 24 Feb 2020
Siamese perhaps approximately on time The Sun Two Speed 15 Feb 2020
Siamese, e.g LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2020
Siamese, e.g The Washington Post 02 Feb 2020
Cougar or cheetah
Lynx or leopard Newsday 22 Dec 2019
Calico, for one Newsday 19 Dec 2019
Persian, e.g Wall Street Journal 18 Dec 2019
Scratching post user Newsday 17 Dec 2019
One of six hidden in this puzzle, each sitting on an apt location The Washington Post 08 Dec 2019
One of six hidden in this puzzle, each sitting on an apt location LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2019
Cool dude in jazzy slang Family Time 01 Dec 2019
Alley howler Newsday 13 Nov 2019
9Lives eater USA Today 12 Nov 2019
Pet to pet Family Time 11 Nov 2019
'What greater gift than the love of a ___': Charles Dickens New York Times 03 Nov 2019
"What greater gift than the love of a ___": Charles Dickens
Jazz fan Newsday 25 Oct 2019
Curiosity victim, in a saying USA Today 19 Oct 2019
Pet said to have nine lives
Pet said to have nine lives New York Times 14 Oct 2019
"The ___ in the Hat" Family Time 13 Oct 2019
Purr producer Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2019
Pet that's not fetching? Universal 23 Sep 2019
Pet asking for milk, purr-haps? New York Times 09 Sep 2019
Jazz lover Thomas Joseph 05 Sep 2019
Tuxedo ___ (black-and-white animal) The Washington Post Sunday 01 Sep 2019
Manx, for one Universal 28 Aug 2019
Burmese, for one Thomas Joseph 23 Aug 2019
Natural bird watcher? Family Time 19 Aug 2019
Attach? caught up with jazz fan Irish Times Crosaire 10 Aug 2019
Sofa-clawing pet The Washington Post Sunday 04 Aug 2019
Alley ___ The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jul 2019
Lion or lynx Newsday 21 Jul 2019
Tabby or Siamese Newsday 10 Jul 2019
Many a shelter adoptee USA Today 17 Jun 2019
Sphynx, e.g Wall Street Journal 05 Jun 2019
Angry hisser Wall Street Journal 06 Apr 2019
Canary watcher Newsday 04 Apr 2019
__ toy Newsday 23 Feb 2019
Pet with "nine lives" Universal 19 Feb 2019
Feline The Times Concise 18 Feb 2019
Dog's archenemy Universal 08 Feb 2019
Meow Mix eater USA Today 05 Feb 2019
Small feline Family Time 04 Feb 2019
Lynx or panther Thomas Joseph 28 Jan 2019
*Monopoly token The Washington Post Sunday 27 Jan 2019
Himalayan, say Wall Street Journal 24 Jan 2019
Manx or Siamese Thomas Joseph 15 Jan 2019
Many a viral-video star The New Yorker 14 Jan 2019
Lion, e.g. The Telegraph Quick 08 Jan 2019
Liger or leopard, e.g.
Angry hisser
Calico, e.g.
Curiosity victim, in a saying
Many a shelter adoptee
Meow Mix eater
Pet that's not fetching?
Manx, for one
Pet with "nine lives"
Dog's archenemy
Sphynx, e.g.
Pet asking for milk, purr-haps?
Purr producer
Himalayan, say
Garfield, famously Universal 30 Dec 2018
Grumpy ___ (Internet celebrity with the real name Tardar Sauce) Jonesin 18 Dec 2018
Self-grooming creature The Washington Post Sunday 16 Dec 2018
Jazz aficionado Wall Street Journal 15 Dec 2018
Hipster New York Times 07 Dec 2018
Litter member or user The Washington Post 26 Nov 2018
Litter member or user LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2018
Cool ___ New York Times 24 Nov 2018
Persian, for example Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2018
Common household pet Family Time 05 Nov 2018
___-o'-nine-tails Universal 03 Nov 2018
Leopard or lynx Newsday 31 Oct 2018
Witch's black pet Wall Street Journal 30 Oct 2018
With 6-Down, 1965 Jane Fonda movie USA Today 20 Oct 2018
Alley hisser Premier Sunday 14 Oct 2018
Purring pet Newsday 19 Sep 2018
Lion or tiger New York Times 26 Aug 2018
Pet that purrs Newsday 20 Aug 2018
Bill the -- (comics character) Premier Sunday 19 Aug 2018
Scratching post user USA Today 15 Aug 2018
Felix or Fritz New York Times 08 Aug 2018
Persian or tabby Newsday 08 Aug 2018
Alley prowler Thomas Joseph 07 Aug 2018
Ocelot or ounce USA Today 15 Jul 2018
Tom, in 'Tom and Jerry' cartoons USA Today 14 Jul 2018
Surefooted creature Universal 10 Jul 2018
Kid lit's Slinky Malinki, for one The New Yorker 25 Jun 2018
Four-legged housemate Universal 24 Jun 2018
Friskies eater USA Today 03 Jun 2018
Big-time litterer Universal 02 Jun 2018
British shorthair, for one Universal 30 May 2018
Scratchy of cartoons, e.g USA Today 14 May 2018
Domestic animal The Times Concise 14 May 2018
Manx, for one Wall Street Journal 12 May 2018
Manx, e.g Thomas Joseph 10 May 2018
Sacred creature in ancient Egypt New York Times 09 May 2018
Hogwarts' Mrs. Norris is one LA Times Daily 06 May 2018
Hogwarts' Mrs. Norris is one The Washington Post 06 May 2018
Stevens who sang 'Peace Train' USA Today 19 Apr 2018
Common pet Universal 11 Apr 2018
Purr-fect pet? New York Times 09 Apr 2018
See 33-Across LA Times Daily 30 Mar 2018
See 33-Across The Washington Post 30 Mar 2018
Ocelot, for instance Newsday 22 Mar 2018
Calico or Sphynx USA Today 28 Feb 2018
Scratching post user Wall Street Journal 26 Feb 2018
Laser chaser Wall Street Journal 12 Feb 2018
Fancy Feast consumer The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jan 2018
Tiger, e.g. The Telegraph Quick 20 Jan 2018
Persian, e.g Premier Sunday 14 Jan 2018
Word with big or house LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2018
Word with big or house The Washington Post 13 Jan 2018
Ocelot or ounce
Friskies eater
Cool ___
Felix or Fritz
Hipster
___-o'-nine-tails
Manx, for one
Jazz aficionado
Surefooted creature
Garfield, famously
Four-legged housemate
Common pet
British shorthair, for one
Hairy Himalayan
Sacred creature in ancient Egypt
Fancy Feast fancier
Calico or Sphynx
Cool dude
Word with big or house
See 33-Across
Litter member or user
Hogwarts' Mrs. Norris is one
Big-time litterer
With 6-Down, 1965 Jane Fonda movie
Tom, in "Tom and Jerry" cartoons
Stevens who sang "Peace Train"
Scratchy of cartoons, e.g.
Scratching post user
Lion or tiger
Purr-fect pet?
Witch's black pet
Persian, for example
Burmese or Persian New York Times 26 Dec 2017
String chaser Newsday 22 Dec 2017
Tabby Universal 22 Dec 2017
Milk lapper Universal 14 Dec 2017
Half of a ''game'' pair Newsday 07 Dec 2017
Eliot's Gus or Macavity USA Today 03 Dec 2017
Feline Family Time 27 Nov 2017
'Cool' sort New York Times 26 Nov 2017
Victim of curiosity, in a saying USA Today 25 Nov 2017
Abyssinian or Siamese Family Time 20 Nov 2017
__ scan The Washington Post 18 Nov 2017
__ scan LA Times Daily 18 Nov 2017
Persian you pet Universal 13 Nov 2017
Jazz fan The Telegraph Quick 04 Nov 2017
Indoor __ LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2017
Indoor __ The Washington Post 03 Nov 2017
Mouse hunter Newsday 02 Nov 2017
Common house pet Universal 25 Oct 2017
American Shorthair, for one Universal 27 Sep 2017
A-mewsing animal? The Washington Post Sunday 24 Sep 2017
Batter of balls? The Washington Post 16 Sep 2017
Batter of balls? LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2017
Cream alternative The Chronicle of Higher Education 08 Sep 2017
Player in an indoor tree LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2017
Player in an indoor tree The Washington Post 07 Sep 2017
Animated Sylvester, for one Family Time 21 Aug 2017
Monopoly token since 2013 New York Times 05 Aug 2017
Type of household pet Universal 16 Jul 2017
Hat-wearing Seuss character Newsday 12 Jul 2017
Balinese or Burmese Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2017
Hopeful birdwatcher Universal 24 Jun 2017
Windowsill sunner Wall Street Journal 21 Jun 2017
"Cool" hipster LA Times Daily 19 Jun 2017
'Cool' hipster The Washington Post 19 Jun 2017
Tiger or tabby Newsday 06 Jun 2017
Jazz fan Thomas Joseph 26 May 2017
Laser pointer chaser LA Times Daily 24 May 2017
Frequent chaser of its own tail Jonesin 23 May 2017
Puss Canadiana 22 May 2017
Possibly pedigreed pet Newsday 21 May 2017
Feline Universal 29 Apr 2017
Animal that can follow the first word in each of this puzzle's four theme entries Jonesin 11 Apr 2017
Laser beam-chasing pet USA Today 25 Mar 2017
Fancy Feast eater USA Today 25 Feb 2017
Clowder creature Universal 19 Feb 2017
Lynx or ocelot The Washington Post 18 Feb 2017
One of the burglars gets half of 25 across Irish Times Crosaire 11 Feb 2017
Heathcliff, for one Jonesin 17 Jan 2017
Cartoondom's Tom or Sylvester USA Today 09 Jan 2017
See 53-Across Premier Sunday 08 Jan 2017
Be-bopper LA Times Daily 08 Jan 2017
Persian you pet
American Shorthair, for one
Common house pet
Feline
Hopeful birdwatcher
Milk lapper
Tabby
Type of household pet
Cartoondom's Tom or Sylvester
Eliot's Gus or Macavity
Scratching-post user
Monopoly token since 2013
Victim of curiosity, in a saying
"Cool" hipster
Batter of balls?
Be-bopper
Indoor __
Laser pointer chaser
Player in an indoor tree
__ scan
Ginger ___
Burmese or Persian
"Cool" sort
Purring animal Universal 27 Dec 2016
Birman or bengal Canadiana 05 Dec 2016
'What greater gift than the love of a ___?': Dickens New York Times 10 Nov 2016
Abyssinian or Persian Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2016
Felix of cartoons USA Today 08 Nov 2016
Litter box user LA Times Daily 07 Nov 2016
Rapt bird watcher, perhaps The Chronicle of Higher Education 28 Oct 2016
Lion or leopard Newsday 25 Oct 2016
Tiger, e.g LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2016
Cool dude The Washington Post 19 Oct 2016
Nyan ___ Jonesin 18 Oct 2016
Tonto in 'Harry and Tonto' The Washington Post 08 Oct 2016
'Loco' sort New York Times 15 Sep 2016
Household pet Universal 15 Sep 2016
Birman or Bombay Canadiana 12 Sep 2016
Witch's familiar, maybe LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2016
Stealthy animal LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2016
Angry hisser Newsday 17 Jul 2016
Manx Canadiana 11 Jul 2016
Stealthy sort New York Times 08 Jul 2016
Common house pet Family Time 03 Jul 2016
Subject of many an internet meme New York Times 03 Jul 2016
Cougar, e.g Premier Sunday 12 Jun 2016
Iams eater LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2016
Fancy Feast fan Wall Street Journal 31 May 2016
Scratchy, in 'The Simpsons' The Washington Post 27 May 2016
Manx or lynx The Washington Post 23 May 2016
Crookshanks, notably The Washington Post 16 May 2016
Scratching post user The Washington Post 26 Apr 2016
Cause of an allergic response LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2016
Animal that an ailurophobe fears New York Times 10 Apr 2016
Whiskas eater LA Times Daily 06 Apr 2016
Scratching post user Universal 06 Apr 2016
Pussy The Washington Post 12 Mar 2016
Carroll grinner Newsday 10 Mar 2016
Jazz aficionado USA Today 05 Mar 2016
Crookshanks, in Harry Potter fiction LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2016
Popular pet Family Time 22 Feb 2016
Siamese, for one Thomas Joseph 25 Jan 2016
Angora, e.g Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2016
One notably entertained by a laser pointer New York Times 21 Jan 2016
Socks, e.g The Washington Post 10 Jan 2016
Friskies fan Eugene Sheffer 05 Jan 2016
Avid bird watcher? LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2016
Siamese, e.g Eugene Sheffer 02 Jan 2016
Purring animal
Subject of many an internet meme
Stealthy sort
Rapt bird watcher, perhaps
Witch's familiar, maybe
Tiger, e.g.
Stealthy animal
Iams eater
Avid bird watcher?
One notably entertained by a laser pointer
"What greater gift than the love of a ___?": Dickens
"Loco" sort
Felix of cartoons
Household pet
Gaggle : goose :: clowder : ___ New York Times 06 Dec 2015
Cool one LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2015
Hep one Universal 23 Nov 2015
Tabby Eugene Sheffer 12 Nov 2015
Jazz aficionado LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2015
Pet that's often aloof New York Times 14 Oct 2015
Monopoly token that replaced the iron in 2013 New York Times 27 Sep 2015
Subject of many a viral video Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2015
Tom, perhaps, and son excluded by players The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Sep 2015
Cool dude New York Times 20 Sep 2015
Scratching post user LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2015
Grimalkin Eugene Sheffer 22 Aug 2015
Common house pet USA Today 19 Aug 2015
Word before tail or nip Canadiana 17 Aug 2015
Persian, for one Universal 15 Aug 2015
Victim of curiosity LA Times Daily 09 Aug 2015
Sno-__ LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2015
Garfield or Heathcliff Eugene Sheffer 20 Jul 2015
See 76-Across LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2015
Manx, for one USA Today 14 Jul 2015
One of the burglars caught a temperature Irish Times Crosaire 11 Jul 2015
Abyssinian, for one USA Today 07 Jul 2015
Panther or puma New York Times 23 Jun 2015
Heathcliff, e.g Eugene Sheffer 16 Jun 2015
Certain house pet Universal 06 Jun 2015
Critter in a clowder LA Times Daily 30 May 2015
Ocelot, e.g Universal 28 May 2015
Puma or panther Newsday 20 May 2015
Persian or Abyssinian Wall Street Journal 15 May 2015
Curious pet Premier Sunday 19 Apr 2015
Morris, e.g Premier Sunday 29 Mar 2015
Feline Eugene Sheffer 28 Mar 2015
Himalayan, for one Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2015
Hipster LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2015
Meowing mammal Newsday 17 Mar 2015
Monopoly token that replaced the iron LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2015
Garfield, famously USA Today 09 Mar 2015
Meow Mix consumer Universal 08 Mar 2015
Rum Tum Tugger, for one USA Today 02 Mar 2015
Meow Mix eater Newsday 22 Feb 2015
Enemy of the pictured animal New York Times 17 Feb 2015
Manx or Persian Newsday 15 Feb 2015
Viral video critter, often Eugene Sheffer 04 Feb 2015
"The ___ in the Hat" USA Today 01 Feb 2015
House __ Newsday 17 Jan 2015
Friskies eater LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2015
Bird watcher, perhaps Newsday 08 Jan 2015
Panther or puma
Monopoly token that replaced the iron in 2013
Rum Tum Tugger, for one
Manx, for one
Garfield, famously
Common house pet
Abyssinian, for one
"The ___ in the Hat"
Victim of curiosity
Sno-__
See 76-Across
Scratching post user
Monopoly token that replaced the iron
Hipster
Friskies eater
Critter in a clowder
Cool one
Gaggle : goose :: clowder : ___
Enemy of the pictured animal
Socks, e.g.
Cool dude
YouTube star, often
Curiosity's victim, supposedly
"Peter and the Wolf" clarinet
Persian, for one
Ocelot, e.g.
Meow Mix consumer
Hep one
Certain house pet
Morris, e.g.
Curious pet
Jazz aficionado
Purring Persian Jonesin 01 Jan 2015
Subject of many a viral video
Persian or Abyssinian
Himalayan, e.g.
Victim of curiosity
Purring pet
Puma or panther
Pet that purrs
Meowing mammal
Meow Mix eater
Manx or Persian
House __
Bird watcher, perhaps
Pet that's often aloof
Cool __
Morris, for one
Purrfectionist?
Hipster
"'Meow' means 'woof' in __": Carlin
*See 29-Across
Lion or tiger
Nursery rhyme fiddler
Siamese or Abyssinian
Word with bird or call
Better mousetrap?
Cheshire grinner
Hipster
Kiko, in Kiko's Delivery Service
Alley howler
Feline
Frequent bird watcher
Mouse hunter
One might feel the need to knead
Seussian mischief maker
"Cool" guy
Anne Hathaway's persona in 2012's "The Dark Knight Rises"
Any of T. S. Eliot's "practical" creatures
Bopper
Burmese, for one
Dr. Seuss animal
Dude
Feline
Subject of many a viral video
With 51-Across, med. diagnostic
Spin Doctors "Cleopatra's ___"
___ Power
"The ___ in the Hat"
Curiosity killed it
Garfield, for one
Mouse catcher
Whiskered pet
Certain house pet
Garfield, for one
Mouse catcher
Russian blue, e.g.
Sure-footed pet
"I Can Has Cheezburger?" image
Laser chaser
Tiger, e.g.
Meow Mix muncher
Whiskered pet
KoKo or Yum-Yum, in Lilian Jackson Braun mysteries
Little hisser
Purr former
See 44 Across
One familiar with litter
Scratcher at a post
Bird watcher
Fiddler of rhyme
Whiskered 28-Across
Felix or Morris, e.g.
Jaguar, e.g.
Adult kitten
Manx or lynx
Persian or Siamese
Two-hulled vessel, for short
Felix or Morris, e.g.
Jazz lover
Monopoly token introduced in 2013
Curiosity victim, in a saying
Curiosity victim, in an old saying
Hepster
Possible predator of a 26-Down
See 19-Across
KoKo or Yum-Yum, in Lilian Jackson Braun mysteries
Monopoly token introduced in 2013
Well-known hat-wearer of kiddie-lit
T.S. Eliot's favorite animal?
Milk lover
Garfield or Heathcliff
Dr. Seuss title character
Scratching-post user
Youtube star, frequently
63-Down, e.g.
Hipster
Curiosity victim, in an old saying
Blofeld's constant companion, in Bond films
Dr. Seuss title character
Black Halloween animal
Slippers in Theodore Roosevelt's White House
Garfield, e.g.
"Alley" animal
Kind of scan
Lynx or puma
See 30-Down
It may be let out of the bag
Grimalkin
Garfield or Felix
"___ on a Hot Tin Roof"
Garfield, for one
Calico pet
Blofeld's constant companion, in Bond films
Alley lurker
"If it fits I sits" animal on icanhascheezburger.com
Stimpy or Garfield
Mr. Mistoffelees, for one
Garfield, for one
Furry mouse chaser
Sofa scratcher
Shelter purchase, sometimes
Cool dude, in jazz
Siamese or Burmese
Alley hisser
Meowing pet
Puma, say
Purring pet
Al Stewart "Year of the ___"
Al Stewart's favorite pet?
Persian, for one
Alley frequenter
Alley lurker
Garfield or Heathcliff
Calico pet
Garfield, for one
Persian, for one
Purring pet
Siamese or Burmese
Tabby or tom
Jazz buff
Cool fellow
Mouse hunter
Jazz aficionado
Whiskas consumer
Critter to 8-Across, perhaps
One who "must have THREE DIFFERENT NAMES": Eliot
Title word in many Lilian Jackson Braun novels
Sylvester, e.g.
Critter to 8-Across, perhaps
Jazz aficionado
Natural bird-watcher
Seuss' hat-wearer
Fiddler in a kids' rhyme
Meow Mix muncher
Tabby or tom
Abyssinian or Siamese
One who "must have THREE DIFFERENT NAMES": Eliot
Well-known hat wearer of kiddie-lit
"The Black ___" (Poe story)
Milk lover
Panther or puma
Whiskas eater
Siamese, e.g.
Sylvester, e.g.
Feline pet
Purring one
See 85-Across
Whiskered pet
Big tractor, informally
Manx or Siamese
Cool dude
Lounging pet
Cool one
Eliot's Old Deuteronomy, e.g.
Jazz lover
Manx, for one
Burmese or Siamese
Curiosity victim, in an old saying
Felix or Sylvester
Popular pet
Tabby or Manx
Tiger
Scratching post user
T.S. Eliot's favorite animal?
Well-known hat wearer of kiddie-lit
Eliot's Old Deuteronomy, e.g.
Manx, for one
"Cool" dude
Mouse chaser
Mungojerrie or Skimbleshanks, in a musical
Furry purrer
Cool dude
Black Halloween animal
Bird watcher
Ailurophobe's dread
Bucky of "Get Fuzzy," for one
Cool dude
Jazz fan
Maine coon, for one
Nap or nip preceder
Stray, maybe
Maine coon, e.g.
Puma, for one
Ailurophobe's dread
Frequent litterer
Garfield or Morris
Hat-wearer of children's literature
Burmese or Balinese
Ocelot, for one
Lynx or leopard
Jazz fan
Hipster
One often planted on a window ledge?
Cool sort
Purrfect pet?
Russian blue, e.g.
Victim of curiosity
Tabby
'Peace Train' singer Stevens
Jazz guy
Animal known for its righting reflex
Tractor make, briefly
Litter box visitor
Jaguar, e.g.
Whiskered pet
Stray, maybe
Nap or nip preceder
Maine coon, for one
Jazz fan
Cool dude
Animal called "maeow" in Thai
Tree rescuee
Hep one
Sofa shedder
TV host Deeley
Bucky of "Get Fuzzy," for one
Tabby or calico
Garfield or Fritz
Stevens who is now Yusuf Islam
Rum Tum Tugger or Sylvester
Animal that can right itself
Cool fella
Curiosity victim
Jazz club habitue
Toonces, for one
Jazz aficionado
Hep one
Felix or Fritz, e.g.
See 66-Down
Rum Tum Tugger, for one
Excavation machine, for short
Lion or tiger
Feline
Purrer
Persian, e.g.
Mouse chaser
Hip dude
Seuss hat wearer
Stray, often
Tom, for one
Tom, for one
Stray, often
Seuss hat wearer
Hip dude
Four-legged leaper
Lion or leopard
Lion or tiger
Manx, for one
Old Deuteronomy, e.g.
Tabby or tiger
He digs gigs
Notorious bird-watcher
Sylvester of cartoons, e.g.
Tongue depressor?
Stimpy, e.g.
Fancy Feast eater
Animal known for its righting reflex
Animal in Schrödinger's box
Ailurophobe's dread
Ailurophobe's dread
Litter box user
Whiskas eater
Fritz or Felix
Kind of burglar
Cool dude
Balinese or Burmese
Jazz lover
Turkish Angora, for one
Persian, say
Persian, e.g.
One who digs gigs
Tiger or tabby
Persian, e.g.
One who digs gigs
Jazz figure
Fiddler in the nursery
Cool dude
Dr. Seuss character
Grimalkin
Construction-site vehicle, for short
Jazz figure
Jazz aficionado
Grizabella or Garfield
Calico, e.g.
Object of ailurophobia
Fiddler in the nursery
Singer Yusuf Islam, formerly ___ Stevens
Garfield, for one
Medical acronym
Popular pet
Kind of burglar
Persian or Siamese
String player?
___ Island, Bahamas, boyhood home of 47A
Ocelot, e.g.
Snowbell in "Stuart Little"
Cool one
"Persian" pet
Persian, say
Whiskered one
See 8-Down
Hairball sufferer
Whiskered one
Eliot's Jennyanydots, e.g.
Feline pet
Mousetrap?
Alley roamer
Lion, e.g.
String chaser
Meower
Garfield
Jazz aficionado
Grimalkin, e.g.
Grimalkin, for one
Dick Whittington's companion
Night stalker
Felix or Fritz
Fancy Feast eater
Rex, for one
Persian, for example
Manx, e.g.
Grizabella, e.g.
Fancy Feast feaster
Leopard or lion
Himalayan, for one
33 Down pursuer
Fiddler of rhyme
Meow Mix consumer
Fritz or Felix
Dr. Seuss title character
Fiddler of rhyme
Be-bopper
Bird watcher, maybe
Habitual scratcher
Mouse manipulator?
Garfield, e.g.
Bebopper
One ___ (stickball kin)
Stimpy, e.g.
Friskies eater
Alley __
Jazz player
Household leaper
Purring 40 Down
With 6 Down, X-ray successor
Friskies eater
Cool dude, in jazz
Clawer
Alley __
Mouser
Purring pet
Curiosity victim
Fiddler of rhyme
Kilkenny fighter of rhyme
Russian Blue, e.g.
Kind of scan
Felix, for one
Creature in a clowder
Household pet
Siamese or Persian
Fiddler in a kids' rhyme
Sofa scratcher
Jellicle Ball attendee
Turkish Angora, e.g.
Ailurophile's fancy
Stimpy is one
Felix or Fritz, e.g.
Dude
Fido's nemesis
Cat
Jazzman
One eyeing a canary, maybe
Cool one?
Garfield or Heathcliff, in the funnies
Whiskas eater
Tongue depressor?
Tabby
Fiddler in a kids' rhyme
Sofa scratcher
Stimpy is one
Stimpy or Sylvester
Garfield, e.g.
Jane Fonda film role
Lynx or panther
Serval, e.g.
Big bulldozer company, for short
Hipster
Big name in the women's suffrage movement
Dude
Ailurophile's fancy
Cool one?
Curious creature
Garfield, e.g.
Hep dude
Jazz devotee
Home companion, for some
One familiar with litter
Object of an ailurophile's love
Scratching post user
See 38-Down
Tabby
Popular pet
Singer Stevens
Meow Mix muncher
Nip or nap preceder
The Simpsons' Snowball II, for one
Garfield or Felix
Member of a certain Broadway cast
Ailurophile's fancy
Burmese or Persian, e.g.
Siamese or Persian
Singer Stevens
Two-hulled vessel, for short
Burmese, e.g.
Feline
Felix, for one
Jazz enthusiast
Purrfect pet?
See 11 Down
Two-hulled vessel, for short
Kind of burglar
Rum Tum Tugger or Grizabella
Well-known hat wearer
F. domesticus
Rum Tum Tugger, e.g.
Jazz man
Dead-___ bounce (brief recovery, as of stock prices)
Garfield, for one
Siamese or Persian
Subject of a B. Kliban drawing
Morris or Felix
House pet
Siamese or Maltese
Whiskered one
Siamese ___
Dr. Seuss character
38-Across catcher
'-- Ballou ('65 film)'
Member of the family Felidae
Felix or Sylvester
Seuss's hat-wearer
Siamese or Burmese
Siamese, e.g.
Purring animal
Word with scan or burglar
Tom or bob
Tiger or puma
Lynx or cheetah
Abyssinian, for one
Felix or Garfield
Morris or Garfield
High-tech scanner
Garfield or Morris
Puma or panther
Tabby or tiger
Alley lurker
Garfield or Felix
Cougar or cheetah
Kind of prowler
Cool type?
Big name in earth-moving equipment, for short
Russian Blue, e.g.
Garfield or Felix
Manx, say
Curiosity victim
Ernie who Bush gave away, e.g.
Bill in "Bloom County," e.g.
Hipster
Cougar
Bremen Town musician
Hep one
Abyssinian or Siamese
Sno-__ (winter vehicle)
Tom or tabby
Singer Stevens
Meower
Leopard, e.g.
Garfield, e.g.
Tom or Sylvester
Sacred animal of the ancient Egyptians
___ burglar
Siamese,e.g.
Garfield or Heathcliff
Stimpy or Felix
Socks, e.g.
Alley lurker
Singer Stevens
George W.'s Ernie, for example
George W. Bush's Ernie, for example
22-across's Misty Malarky Ying Yang, for example
Persian, for example
Leo, for one
Alley stray
Jazz man
One that litters
Pride : lion :: clowder : ___
Puma or lion
Spiteful gossip
Bebop buff
Ailurophile's pet
Siamese for one
Good mouser
Felix e.g.
Family companion
Bird or scan
Abyssinian for one
Cool dude
Surefooted pet
Whiskered beast
Stimpy or Sylvester, e.g.
Leopard or lynx, e.g.
Jazz joint patron
Dude, to a beatnik
Leopard or jaguar
Leading earthmover maker, for short
Kind of burglar
Back fence howler
Grizabella, on Broadway
Fiddler of kids' rhyme
Alley animal
Abyssinian e.g.
Puma
See 59-Across
Kind of burglar
One who litters
One kept in the bag?
Russian blue, e.g.
Eliot's Macavity, e.g.
Mouse catcher
Eliot's Grizabella, e.g.
Element of heavy rain
Jazz fan
Earthmoving machinery company, for short
Friskies eater
It may be let out of the bag
Jazz devotee
Home companion
Jazz devotee
Stimpy or Felix
Felix or Fritz
Clarinet, in "Peter and the Wolf"
Nap or nip preceder
The Year of the ____
Jazz devotee
Abyssinian perhaps
Cool customer
"The ___ in the Hat" (rhyming Seuss book)
Manx or Persian
Calico or Siamese
Socks, e.g.
Black Halloween animal
Witch's familiar
Persian or Siamese
Pussy
Tractor, slangily
With 12-Down, a hospital procedure
Tiger
Burmese or Siamese
Fiddle's partner
Certain burglar
Himalayan or Abyssinian
Singer Stevens
Felix, for one
Jazz musician
Eliot's "Jenny-anydots," e.g.
Margay, e.g.
Small sailboat
Garfield or Felix
Tabby or Felix
Puma, e.g.
___-and-mouse game
___ scan (diagnostic aid)
Malicious woman
Jazzman, to jazzmen
Manx, e.g.
Anchor tackle
Hoisting tackle
Felix or Garfield
Singer Stevens from London
Mehitabel, e.g.
Type of scan
Bombay or jaguarundi
"___ got your tongue?"
Morris or Garfield
Marquis's Mehitabel
Puma or lynx
Fraidy-___
Garfield, for one
Grimalkin
Serval, e.g.
Word with kin or nip
Witch's pet
Deuteronomy, e.g.
Theroux's "Darconville's ___"
Hoist an anchor, in a way
Kind of bird or call
Margay or serval
Garfield of the comics, e.g.
Persian or Siamese
Channel ___ (food fish)
Morris of TV fame
Mehitabel, for one
Lynx or cougar
Kind of sailboat
Member of a clowder
Panther or sailboat
See 48 Across
Jaguar
He's hip to the jive
Siamese or Persian
Word with nap or nip
Japanese bobtail
Cheshire
Carroll grinner
Angora
Manx or Angora
Lynx, for one
Persian or alley
Mouser
Manx or cool
Kind of boat or burglar
Kind of nap
Felix or Dinah
Observer of the king
Pet
Spiteful woman
Tin-roof dweller
Jazzhound
Jazz devotee
Ballou
Tractor, for short
Boat
Manx
Alice's Dinah
Kind of burglar
Library list: Abbr.
Siamese, for one
Small boat
Sailboat
Black ___.
Kind of whip.
Tabby.
Spiteful woman.
Siamese.
Kind of sailboat.
Small sailboat.
Persian or Siamese.
Jazz buff.
Jaguar.
Grimalkin.
Tiger.
Jazz devotee.
Musician of a sort.
Ounce.
Persian.
Jaguar, for one.
Proverbial tongue-usurper.
Circus animal.
Jazz fan.
Felix the ___.
Kind of fish.
Aelurophile's favorite
Mouser.
Feline.
Maltese.
Person, to a beatnik.
Angora.
Fiddle's companion.
Margay or ocelot.
Lynx.
Curiosity's victim.
Manx.
Small sailboat: Slang.
Manx ___.
Bopster.
Subject of Williams title.
Lion or tiger.
Ocelot or civet.
Character in "The Blue Bird."
Combine with 4 Down for a rest.
Canary fancier.
Witch's familiar.
Archy's Mehitabel.
Jive enthusiast.
Witch's "familiar."
Strong tackle: Naut.
Nine-lifer.
James Mason's favorite pet.
"A sovereign state with a tail."
Handy sailboat.
Lilli Palmer's Pyewacket.
"Rhubarb."
What an aelurophobe dislikes.
Boys' game of ball.
Satan's favorite form.
Sacred animal of Egypt.
Follower of Dick Whittington.
Don Marquis' Mehitable.
Anchor holster.
What Dick Whittington sold.
Spiteful one.
Scratching-post user
Socks, e.g.
Tender Vittles eater
"___ Scratch Fever" (1977 Ted Nugent hit)
Grumpy ___ (internet meme)
Grumpy ___ (Internet meme)
Burmese, e.g.
Holly Golightly's pet
Pussy
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