The cat

The Cat may refer to:


"The Cat" the nickname of several people, including:

  • Peter Bonetti (born 1941), British footballer for Chelsea, the St. Louis Stars, Dundee United and England
  • Greg Cattrano (born 1975), American lacrosse player
  • Ernest Miller (born 1964), American professional wrestler
  • Félix Potvin (born 1971), Canadian hockey player
  • Carl Thompson (boxer) (born 1964), British boxer
  • Emile Francis (b. 1926), Canadian hockey player, coach, and general manager, most notably of the New York Rangers
  • Bogdan Lobonț (b. 1978), Romanian football player, now under contract with AS Roma
  • Phil Tufnell (born 1966), British television personality and former test cricketer for England
  • Mathilde Carré (b. 1910), French World War II double agent, nicknamed "La Chatte" ("The She Cat")
  • Tony Meo (born 1959), English snooker player
  • Dave Gahan (born 1962), English singer-songwriter


  • The Cat (1947 film), a 1947 Argentine film
  • The Cat (1977 film), a 1977 Italian film
  • The Cat (1992 film), a Hong Kong film directed by Lam Ngai Kai
  • Le Chat (film), a 1971 French film with the English title The Cat
  • The Cat (2011 film), a 2011 South Korean film




  • The Cat original title of a Marvel Comics series and character, later renamed Tigra
  • The Cat, alternate name for Walter Hardy, a Marvel Comics character
  • The Cat, original name for Catwoman, a DC Comics character
  • The Cat, alternate name for Shen Kuei, a Marvel Comics character
  • The Cat, English name of the title character of the Belgian comic strip Le Chat

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Other meanings

See also

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