Tigra was on the best Avengers team of all time, The West Coast Avengers. She was a great addition to the team until she left over some disputes involving ethics. The Avengers should have been more understandable. Killing small creatures and dropping them at your doorstep is how cats show gratitude.
4. Wildcat (Tom Bronson)
This is a bit confusing so try and keep up. Ted Grant, a.k.a. Wildcat, is human and has a relationship with a woman, who is a werecat. She gave birth to Tom who eventually comes to understand that Ted is his father. Then, Tom manifests werecat powers as well. He joins the JSA and fights for justice along with his father. Then, because the comics industry likes to make everything as confusing as possible, they both decide to go by the name of “Wildcat” when the name “Tomcat” would have made a million times more sense. In despite of this, it was a great father/son story.
Lion-ooooooooooooo. The Lord of the Thundercats. I was really, really, really close to having Snarf on this list instead of Lion-O, but he is more a Cat-Squirrel than a Cat-Person.
Feline Beast is something that I am not sure anyone wanted or liked but it still stuck around forever. Just like that stray cat my sister fed ONE time!
1. Tawky Tawny
Yes, Tawky Tawny is number one on this list. One of the greatest ideas in comics. First, he is not just a talking tiger, he is a talking gentleman tiger! Look at that jacket and cane! He even has a pocket square. You know this cat was featured on the front of GQ multiple times in the DC Universe.