Alphabetical Listing of Famous People's Cats
Macramι - Brian Aldiss.
Madame Bianchi - Robert Southey.
Madame Catalini - Robert Southey.
Madame Ref - Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Madame Thιophile -
Red & white cat belonging to Thιophile
Gautier; liked to steal food from author Gautier's fork; mentioned in La
Madame Vanity - Michel de Montaigne.
Magritte - Gloria Steinem.
Manny - Ruskin Spear.
Marcel - Jeanne Becker.
Marcus - Siamese belonging to James Dean. The cat was a gift from
Margate - Black stray belonging to Sir Winston Churchill; found
on the steps of 10 Downing Street.
Marilyn Miste - Whitney Houston.
Marmoutte Blanche - A Black & white Angora belonging to
Pierre Loti; featured in Lives of Two Cats.
Marmoutte Chinoise - Pierre Loti; stowaway kitten from China
featured in Lives of Two Cats.
Master's Cat -
Charles Dickens. She would snuff his reading
candle to get attention.
Maurice - Jean-Claude Suarθs.
McBum - Robert Southey.
Meatball - Jane Pauley.
Micette or Micetto - Tabby, belonging
to Pope Leo XII; born in the Vatican, lived among the Pope's robes.
Mimi - Rosa Luxemburg.
Mimi-Paillon - Angora belonging to Cardinal Richelieu; one of many cats
Richelieu had when he died in 1642.
Mimsy - Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer.
Mini-mini - Colette.
Minionne - Colette.
Minna Minna Mowbray - Michael Joseph; an entire chapter is
dedicated to her in Cat's Company 1946.
Minou - George Sand; Sand ate her breakfast from the same
bowl as her cat.
Misha - Yoko Ono.
Mitsou A white Persian belonging to Marilyn Monroe.
Moon - Robert Wagner.
Moortje - Anne Frank.
Mouche - Victor Hugo; French for "fly" (as in the insect).
Mounard le Fougueux -
Cardinal Richelieu Described as
"quarrelsome, capricious, & worldly".
Mouschi - Anne Frank. The warehouse and office cat that came
to live with the Franks in the attic; the pet of some family friends.
Mousetrap - Van Heflin.
Mozart - Martha Stewart.
Mr. Cat - A ginger tom belonging to Sir Winston Churchill; also
known as Tango.
Mr. Cat - Phyllis Diller.
Mr. Feather Puss - Ernest Hemingway.
Mr. Jinx or Jinxie - Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer.
Mr. Peter Wells - H.G. Wells.
Murphy - Bernadette Peters.
Muscat - Colette.
Myobu No Omoto - Emperor Ichijo of Japan; "Omoto,
Lady-in-Waiting" ; Ichijo once imprisoned the owner of a dog that chased
A dark long-haired cat belonging to Paul Klee; depicted in Marina
Algerghini's Il Gatto Cosmico di Paul Klee, 1993.
Mysouff - Alexandre Dumas. There was a Mysouff I & Mysouff
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