South Park Archives
Mr. Kitty

Mr. Kitty or just Kitty is Eric Cartman's pet cat,[2] who made his first appearance in the episode, "The Unaired Pilot".


Mr. Kitty is Cartman's pet cat. Usually when he attempts to get some of Cartman's food, to which Cartman always replies by yelling, "No, Mr. Kitty! That's MY (name of food)" several times, each time his voice becoming more aggressive. This results in either Mr. Kitty hissing angrily at Cartman for being greedy, attempting to scratch him, running away due to his owner's abuse or simply walking away off-screen unable to get sustenance.


Mr. Kitty after trying to have sex with a severely obese cat in "Cat Orgy".

Mr. Kitty would later have a prominent role in "Cat Orgy", in which his gender has shifted towards female and he is in heat. Mr. Kitty meows loudly wanting to mate, much to Cartman's confusion and annoyance. After attempting to have sex throughout the episode, Mr. Kitty assembles a massive group of male cats to come home with him. He then proceeds to get all the cats high on catnip (which they snort in like cocaine) and all the male cats proceed to take turns having sex with Mr. Kitty. Cartman and his babysitter Shelley Marsh were, needless to say, horrified. They were able to get rid of most of the cats using catnip and Skylar as an unwilling participant.

Mr. Kitty's next real appearance would be in "Major Boobage", in which Cartman, Kenny, Kyle and Stan attempt to test whether or not it is possible to get high off of male cat urine, and Mr. Kitty is again male in this episode. The test proves to be successful, as Kenny gets high and ends up in a hardcore drug fantasy, that he becomes addicted to. When "cheesing", as it is called, becomes a major drug issue in South Park, the cats of the town are rounded up by the authorities. Showing uncharacteristic concern for his cat, Cartman proceeds to hide him in the attic, in which Cartman gives him a diary so as to record his life, in a manner similar to Anne Frank. Later, Cartman begins to hide more and more cats up in his attic with Mr. Kitty, until Kenny, completely addicted to Cheesing, breaks in and uses them to get completely wasted. After Gerald Broflovski, the key opponent to cheesing, is caught doing cat urine himself, the ban on cats is lifted and Mr. Kitty is free to live with Cartman like before.

Mr. Kitty returns with another big role in "Faith Hilling", where he was caught by Cartman posting pictures of himself on the internet with bread around her head. After Cartman and the boys finally realized that "Faith Hilling" was out of style, they used Mr. Kitty to perform various other memes. When they went to do the meme at the Colorado Republican Debate again, Mr. Kitty was seen being held by Eric when he was to perform the meme. Instead of using the meme that involved Mr. Kitty, Cartman instead "Faith Hill'd" the audience, which praised it for being well done. Mr. Kitty has not made any appearances in the show since then.


Mr. Kitty is a gray cat with dark gray ears, and black whiskers. Prior to his appearance in "Major Boobage", Mr. Kitty had a black nose, with the exception of her original appearance in "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" where he had a pink nose. His updated appearance includes more detailed fur, a more detailed body style, and a tiny pink nose, harkening back to his original appearance.


Video Games[]

South Park: The Stick of Truth[]

Mr. Kitty is seen in Cartman's backyard, in the stables, and inside his house.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole[]

With the disappearing of the cats of South Park increasing, Mr. Kitty is only seen sleeping upstairs of Cartman's house. There is an option where the player can pet Mr. Kitty.

South Park: Snow Day![]

Players may interact with Mr. Kitty found in the Kupa Keep.


  • Regarding the contradictory pronouns for Mr. Kitty, it was revealed as intersex on the FAQs section of South Park Studios.[3]
  • Despite being the most prominent pet in South Park, Mr. Kitty is not seen in the South Park movie.


Cartman Family
Alexandra Cartman | Cartman's Unnamed Relatives | Elvin Cartman | Eric Cartman | Fat Bob | Florence Cartman | Fluffy | Fred Cartman | Harold Cartman | Howard Cartman | Liane Cartman | Lisa Cartman | Mabel Cartman | Mr. Kitty | Uncle Stinky
South Park families

Main characters' families
Broflovski Family | Cartman Family | Marsh Family | McCormick Family

Other characters' families
Adams-Makowski Family | Barbrady Family | Biggle Family | Black Family | Burch Family | Charlotte's Family | Cotswolds Family | Daniels Family | Donovan Family | Garrison Family | Gray Family | Gueermo Family | Hakeem Family | Hankey Family | Harrison Family | Mackey Family | Malkinson Family | Mephesto Family | Nelly's Family | Red's Family | Rodriguez Family | Stevens Family | Stotch Family | Tenorman Family | Testaburger Family | Tucker Family | Turner Family | Tweak Family | Valmer Family | White Family

Minor Characters from Season One
Anthropologist | Barbra Streisand | Bill Denkins | Bob Johnson | Bob Saget | Chief Running Water | Clone Stan Marsh | Damien Thorn | Death | Denver Broncos | Doctor Tom | Don King | Elton John | Enrique | Ethiopian Tribe | Fluffy | Frank Hammond and Phil | Geraldo Rivera | Great-Great-Grandpa Marsh | Hakeem Korashki | Halfy | John Warsog | Kathie Lee Gifford | Kyle's Elephant | Leonard Maltin | Michael Buffer | Midget Wearing a Bikini | Milo | Mr. Allen | Mr. Kitty | Mr. McDonald | Ms. Ellen | Mutant Turkeys | Patrick Duffy | Photographer | Quadriplegic Swiss Man on a Pony | Rex | Richard Stamos | Robert Smith | Sally Struthers | Scuzzlebutt | Sidney Poitier | Sparky | Starvin' Marvin | Stevens Family | Suzanne Somers | Sylvester | Ted | Tom Pusslicker | Unnamed Couple | Visitors | Weight Gain 4000 Ad Actor

More information: List of Minor Characters from Season One | Season One