The best anime cats of all time

Artemis from Sailor Moon

The male version of Luna, except with the white fur, Queen Serenity’s other feline companion from her lost kingdom is slightly clumsier (perhaps a little more than slightly), but still just as loyal and brave in her own way, even if he gets along Luna’s nerves here and there. You can’t blame a cat for being shocked that her boyfriend spawned a kitten somewhere else in time and space. Sailor Venus is her human, though like Luna he watches the Sailor Senshi when not getting in trouble. At least he’s less strict with Minako than Luna is with Usagi.

Happy from Eden’s Zero

Happy is B-Cuber Rebecca Bluegarden’s deceptively fuzzy robot cat who defies cat physiology by being able to walk on two legs. He becomes a feline android under tragic circumstances, when it was the only option to keep him alive after he was suddenly hit by a car. He is a mainstay of the B-Cube Channel of Human Sound, a futuristic form of social media. The crew of Eden’s Zero is happy to have Happy as a multi-purpose weapon. He can transform into a pair of Aether Blasters, which can switch to Cannon or Assault Rifle mode.

Blair from Soul Eater

Blair can seem human at times, but don’t let that fool you. She’s not so much a human witch as a witch cat (with a witch hat). More than just a mischievous creature, Blair is actually a bakeneko, a mythical cat from Japanese folklore who may have many supernatural powers. This one talks, can do just about any magic his Maka and Soul humans can, except maybe cooking, and endlessly teases Soul by walking around naked and carefree in human form. She also literally has nine lives. If one of her multiple souls is destroyed, she takes on another.

Bleach Raku

Maybe Raku didn’t have nine lives, since he unfortunately lost his own when he was hit by a car much like Happy, but there are advantages to being a ghost. As a spirit, he can become a fiery-maned lion when Hollows threaten to devour the soul of his human, Yuzu. They don’t stand a chance against this morphing move, which earns the name Karakura Lion Jet for the unreal speed and strength that rages with its flames, and Raku can easily tackle a Hollow three times its size under this. form. His intense spiritual power or reiatsu makes this possible.

Koron by Junji Ito: Maniac

This bakenko is far more terrifying than Blair’s burnt fish. Koron is downright demonic. His human Soichi, who takes the annoying little brother stereotype to ridiculous heights, doesn’t seem to have a problem with a feral cat gnawing on things ranging from a dead snake to a monstrous centipede to a spider with more than eyes than legs, and it only gets worse From there. It can trigger lightning blasts strong enough to knock out the electricity of the whole house. Perhaps the most dangerous thing about Koron is that he can pretend to be a normal cat, until he isn’t.

Pokemon Meowth

Team Rocket’s evil sidekick can’t stop talking. In his quest to capture the rare Pikachu and other Ash Pokemon, he’ll talk and fight just about anyone or anything, but that’s more bravado than bravery, as he ends up generally by being flattened. At least he knows there are situations where it’s best to use the gargantuan robot version of himself to get his hands on whatever he wants. It is usually also a bust. Still, you have to admit that Meowth’s ability to dream up evil genius plans is quite impressive, even if they always end up failing.

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