Interesting Cat & Kitten Trivia Questions
How long does a cat typically stay in heat?
A: Five days.
MGM movies used what kind of cat to introduce its movies?
What was Felix the cat's girlfriend's name?
What is the name of the cartoon character cat that chases Tweety
Pie in vain?
The song Memory comes from what stage musical?
What did Otto Messmer create?
A: Felix the cat.
Of an adult domestic cats 30
teeth, how many are canines?
Cats are unable to detect what taste?
Squirrels rear their young in a nest called a drey, what are its
What actor starred in The Black Camel, Black Dragons, Black
Friday, The Black Sheep, and two movies called The Black Cat?
A: Bela Lugosi.
What are the names of the two Siamese cats in the 1955 Disney
movie Lady and the Tramp?
A: Si and Am.
What actress had to wear 63 different catsuits as catwoman in
A: Michelle Pfeiffer.
Cat woman in Batman was based on which
1930s screen legend?
A: Jean Harlow.
What was the name of the cat first featured in Lifestyles of the
Rich and Famous?
A: Morris the Cat.
What year was it that Al Stewart's Year of The Cat made the
Lloyd Webber's musical "Cats" was billed as what?
A: Now and forever.
What country music star appeared in Sex Kittens Go To College in
A: Conway Twitty.
Who was the voice of Choo Choo in Top Cat?
A: Marvin Kaplan.
William Hanna and Joseph Barbera launched their cartooning career
with what cat and mouse?
A: Tom and Jerry.
What cartoon cat was the first cartoon character licensed for
A: Felix the Cat.
Who was officer Dibble in the Top Cat cartoons?
A: The neighborhood police officer.
A baby rabbit is called a what?
A: a kit or kitten.
What is cat gut as used in stringed instruments?
A: Not from cats, but from the intestines of sheep, horses, and other animals.
What is the fist size in inches of James "Big Cat" Williams of
the Chicago Bears?
A: 14-1/2 inches.
According to Hollywood Henderson, what Steelers quarterback
couldn't spell cat if you spotted him the C and the A?
A: Terry Bradshaw.
What are baby beavers called?
A: Kits or Kittens.
When its rules were originally written down in 1895, what was the
name of what we now call softball?
A: Kitten ball.