Perhaps the most famous of the evil kitty brood is Mr. Bigglesworth from the Austin Powers movies. Just as sinful as his owner Dr. Evil, he was a staple in the trilogy.
Gargamel and Azrael are a Smurf-snapping-ly malicious pair. And although he later escapes his master in The Smurfs, Azrael never loses his evil ways.
Just as wicked as Cinderella's evil stepmother, Lucifer is downright sneaky. Up to no good and with an appetite for mice, this kitty is as rude as they get.
A constant companion, the fat MAD Cat from Inspector Gadget both reaps the rewards of Doctor Claw's victories and sadly feels the upsets of his defeats. And as any sidekick should, he has his own catchphrase of "meow" at the end of every episode.
In the original story of 101 Dalmatians, there was a kitty character. And although he wasn't directly owned by Ms. De Vil, he was just as cruel(la).
Although the first scene is in the Duchess' home, Cheshire Cat later shows his evil grin on the Queen of Hearts' croquet field, suggesting that he may be a part of her evil scheme.
Constantly at Tommy and the other rugrats' tail was Angelica and her feline friend Fluffy. As villainous as she was to "those babies," her kitty was the keeper of Angelica's foul plans.
Dolores Umbridge was the ultimate cat lover in the Harry Potter series. Not only did she have cat plates and scarves in her office, but her Patronus was a Persian cat... which kind of makes her the evil villain and cat too.
If Filch wasn't the ultimate villain in the Harry Potter series, he most certainly was against everything Harry and his crew were up to... and so was his cat. Harry's feline foe, Mrs. Norris, was connected to Filch so much that she would let him in on any wrongdoings happening at Hogwarts.
Doug's very rude bully Roger Klotz is always trying to make Doug's day worse by making fun of him in front of the beloved Patty Mayonnaise. And when off of school grounds, Klotz's lady cat Stinky likes to join in the fun.
So, Aunt Sarah wasn't the villain in Lady and the Tramp, but her two Siamese cats most certainly were. Rude and filled with trouble, these kitties caused Lady to become muzzled after causing havoc in the house.
With an ambition for world domination, the James Bond super-villain had no room in his life but for his beloved kitty Oliver. Always perched on his lap, the Turkish Angora received much love during the hatching of Ernst's evil plans.
It is said that The Godfather's original script did not call for a cat, but after finding a stray on set, the cat became a staple in the famous film. As the head of the most powerful mafia in New York, Vito didn't seem the type to have love for a kitty, so it seemed appropriate to keep the scene in the movie.
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