Bigglesworth. Mr. Bigglesworth (played by Ted Nude Gent) is a fictional cat belonging to Dr. Evil.
Bigglesworth is Dr. Evil's hairless pet cat in the Austin Powers franchise. He was originally a long-haired white Persian cat like the one constantly held by Ernst Stavro Blofeld of the James Bond franchise.
Bigglesworth is the infamous cat of Dr. Evil in the James Bond spoof series, Austin Powers. He is actually played by two different cats of two different breeds!
Sphynx Breed Highlights
A favorite pet of movie villains, a Sphynx named “Ted Nudegent” played Mr. Bigglesworth, Dr. Evil's lapcat in the movie Austin Powers International Man of Mystery. You'd expect a cat breed with the name Sphynx to be from Egypt, but in fact, this hairless breed originated in Canada.
The most obvious feature of this striking cat is their lack of a fur coat; however, Sphynx cats vary in the degree of hairlessness, with some having a very fine 'peach fuzz' all over and others just a fine fuzz over the extremities.
Persian cats have been called “furniture with fur” because of their long periods of inactivity—of all the lazy cat breeds, this one most definitely fits the bill. These cats have a sweet, gentle nature and prefer a calm atmosphere.
Tabby cat, also known as grey tiger, or simply tabby is the name for domestic cats with fur coats of stripes, dots, lines or swirling patterns. These cats often have a mark that looks like the letter "M" on their foreheads. Tabbies are not a cat breed. Tabby cats are very common.
Grumpy Cat is quite possibly one of the most famous cats in history.
Many of Blofeld's characteristics have become tropes in popular fiction, representing the stock character of the criminal mastermind, with the stroking of his white cat often retained as a parodic allusion to Blofeld's character.
Also added to the mix was Dr. Evil's miniature clone, appropriately-named Mini-Me, who was portrayed by Verne Troyer.
Behind the scenes
It is often presumed to be a tom cat, however this is not stated in the films, apart from For Your Eyes Only, where he is named "Solomon". In some scenes, especially in Thunderball, we are more likely to see Blofeld's cat than Blofeld's face.
 Kathy the Kitty is also introduced as one of four mascots of Lakeside Amusement Park.
Mrs. Norris, the cat of Hogwarts caretaker, Argus Filch, is a long-haired striped cat with red eyes and first appears in the first movie, “Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone.” She is portrayed by a Maine Coon cat in the movies. You will most likely see Mrs. Norris following Filch around the castle.
During the early modern period, the name grimalkin – and cats in general – became associated with the devil and witchcraft.
How he got it: The origins of Dr. Evil's facial scar aren't explained in any of the “Austin Powers” movies, but Wikipedia says the wound is a result of Mensur fencing, which definitely sounds like something Dr. Evil would do.
Felicia Hardy, better known as Black Cat, is a major antagonist in the 2018 video game Marvel's Spider-Man and a mentioned antagonist in its 2020 spin-off Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales. She is a professional thief and cat burglar who operates in New York City and a recurring enemy and ex-girlfriend of Spider-Man.
Black Cat (Felicia Hardy) is a character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Marv Wolfman, Keith Pollard, and Dave Cockrum, the character first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #194 (July 1979).
Unable to exact revenge against the man who ruined her life, Felicia became a cat burglar like her father, determined to be even better than he was. Donning a black costume and mask, she became the Black Cat and sought to steal from the world to replace what was taken from her.
Savannah. The Savannah cat is not only a cat that looks like a tiger, they can also behave like one. Because these cats are the result of a cross between domestic cats and African servals, it's not even clear yet if they can fully qualify as domesticated pets.
Ginger cats are hard to miss. Also called red, orange, orange tabby, marmalade, tiger-cat and cinnamon, this distinctive feline can certainly strike a charismatic pose. From 9Lives Morris to Garfield to Puss in Boots, ginger cats are some of the most celebrated felines in television and film.
Garfield is an orange tabby cat of an unspecified breed. The official word from his creator, Jim Davis, is that Garfield isn't one particular breed or even based off of a singular cat. Some people theorize that he could be a Persian, British Shorthair, or Maine Coon.