Films: Eye of the Cat (1969)
Location: Haunted Home/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average housecats.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good
Summary: When one thinks of the term, "cat-lady", they often think "lonely nutcase" as well. But c'mon, what's there to hate about someone who just has enough love to give to a bunch of felines? Nothing! Though those cats had better be a little nicer than these ones.
History: The wealthy and aging aunt Danielle has one Hell of an inheritance, but she wants to give it all to her family...of at least a hundred fiercely loyal housecats. Her nephew and hairdresser (the latter especially) want this money for themselves, and decide to kill her for it. Too bad her nephew Whylie is deathly afraid of cats...
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: That hairdresser gets chased by the cats up a ladder in the end. If falls with her, ending her life. Wylie, after recovering from a cat-related panic attack, just seems to give up the heist, and walks off leaving the cats, Danny, and her servant to ponder the situation.
Powers/Abilities: These cats can and will mob their enemies considerably.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-To a nice person fond of cats, Aunt Danny's is a wonderful place. Cats are just adorable! They're also quite violent when they want to be. In fact, we at this site often refer to them, from personal experience, as "paper-cut demons". Guess why.
Trivia: -The term "Cat lady" is a product of culture, often used to describe spinsters, animal hoarders, and other socially challenged women. Of course, it's a pretty nasty stereotype, and Aunt Danny wasn't that kooky to begin with.
-This film was written by Joseph Stefano, who previously wrote "Psycho"!