Films: Shadow of the Cat (1961)
Location: Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of an average housecat.
Summary: No avenger needs to be human. In Tabitha's case, she watched as everything she cared about was killed right in front of her. It only makes sense that she wants to tie up loose ends with the people who did it. Oh, and she's a cat.
History: Pampered tabby cat Tabitha lives with her introverted owner Ella Venable. Or at least, she was. Then Ella's butler, husband, and maid colluded to kill her for the fortune, and succeeded. Tabitha was the only witness, and decided that the top priority was this: drive these jerks up the wall, then see if they kill themselves first before she does.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: Tabitha manages to get all murderers killed either through letting them drown in swamps, tripping them down the stairs, or making them destroy the attic until a beam lands on them. Either way, Tabitha gets to now live with a new family.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-We don't expect greedy murderers to see this site very often, so you should be okay with this clever cat. To her, no bad deed goes unpunished.
Trivia: -The evil husband was played by Andre Morell, who previously played as Quatermass in the original serials.
-This film was directed by Hammer regular John Gilling, who we find noteworthy for this quote: "Death is an incident producing clay. Use it, mould it, learn from it."