Complete list of every cat Pokémon in 2023
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Over the years, there have been a plethora of cat Pokémon to make their way into the Pokédex. Starting in Generation 1 with the original cat Pokémon in Meowth and Persian to the recent Scarlet and Violet with the Sprigatito line, there are several cats that players have likely had on their team at some point.

However, many players have presumably wondered if they’ve missed any cats. We recently compiled a list of every dog Pokémon in the franchise and are doing the same for cats today.

List of every cat Pokémon

Cat Pokémon
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We’ll list the Pokémon and its type below. As a note, we won’t be including any other Pokémon besides pure cats. This includes fox-like Pokémon, which are quite plentiful themselves. As an example, even though the Fennekin line might look like cats, they’re technically described as foxes. Basically, if a Pokémon doesn’t look like or is described as a cat, it won’t be on this list. Here it is!

  1. Meowth
  2. Persian
  3. Eevee
  4. Flareon
  5. Jolteon
  6. Vaporean
  7. Umbreon
  8. Espeon
  9. Leafeon
  10. Glaceon
  11. Sylveon
  12. Alolan Meowth
  13. Alolan Persian
  14. Galarian Meowth
  15. Perrserker
  16. Raikou
  17. Suicune
  18. Skitty
  19. Delcatty
  20. Glameow
  21. Purugly
  22. Shinx
  23. Luxio
  24. Luxray
  25. Purrlion
  26. Liepard
  27. Litleo
  28. Pyroar
  29. Espurr
  30. Meowstic
  31. Litten
  32. Torracat
  33. Incineroar
  34. Solgaleo
  35. Zeraora
  36. Sprigatito
  37. Floragato
  38. Meowscarada

That’s a lot of cats. There are nine more cat Pokémon than dog Pokémon, which is interesting given that six dogs were added in the Scarlet and Violet Pokédex. There have certainly been more cats over the years, which is likely due to the fact that cats can take on more forms than dogs.

It will be interesting to see if Game Freak and Nintendo continue this trend or perhaps favor another animal in the future. For now, though, these are the cats of the Pokémon world.


Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.


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