A couple of kittens play with children at a summer camp in the short film A Child Went Forth (1942).
Purr Blur! A Persian cat makes the briefest of appearances in the Oliver Stone epic film Alexander (2004).
A tabby cat named Napoleon is targeted by mobsters and doesn't fare well (Severe Kitty Carnage Warning!) in Il poliziotto è marcio (Shoot First, Die Later) (1974).
Otto the cat steals another scene from Bob Newhart in the Bob episode "Unforgiven" (1992).
A cat makes a brief appearance in a quick sight gag in the animated film Ferdinand (2017).
A ginger tabby named Meghan (played by cat actor Charlie) co-stars in the short film Cat Power (2013).
A Greek tabby cat is not happy with Benji sneaks up from behind and makes it known in For the Love of Benji (1977).
A fancy orange tabby is completely unimpressed with the dog yapping at the airport in For the Love of Benji (1977).
Purr Blur! A white cat appears briefly and with absolutely no explanation in a mortuary in the dark romantic comedy Elvis and Anabelle (2007).
Sweetie Petey is a white cat owned by a woman (Frances Bavier) who is chased by a dog every day and apparently enjoys it in the debut film of canine star Benji (1974).
Elly May's critters, including her dogs and orange tomcat Rusty (played by cat actor Orangey) worry about her broken heart in The Beverly Hillbillies episode "Dash Riprock, You Cad" (1965).
Grunge the cat catches and plans to eat Pudgy Parakeet in the animated short segment that opens the film Mrs. Doubtfire (1993).
A local prostitute named Yvonne (Miranda Richardson) flirts with a plumber in David Cronenberg's film Spider (2002).
Mr. Coodles (played by cat actor Raleigh) tolerates being treated like a baby by Margaret (Jacqueline Steiger) in Dennis the Menace Strikes Again! (1998).
Purr Blur! Two cats collide while trying to avoid a mischievous boy in the film version of Dennis the Menace (1993).