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Cat Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Updated on January 11, 2020
Enjoy taking this cat trivia quiz!  You will find the questions and the answers you need to play.
Enjoy taking this cat trivia quiz! You will find the questions and the answers you need to play. | Source

Of course there's a cat trivia quiz, everyone loves cats, there's even a Broadway musical about them. Okay, almost everyone loves our feline companions, ailurophobics, do not. But I do, in fact, I've been called A Crazy Cat Lady and I wear that badge with pride. Now, get to reading and answering these questions and have a purr-fectly fun time. (I couldn't resist the purr-fect thing!)

My cat's name is Lovey and I found him in a parking lot where I work. He was begging people to pet him and when I saw him, I brought him home. He is a sweet, beautiful, affectionate guy. I wasn't looking to fall in love, but I did!

Cat Trivia Quiz Questions 1 - 10

  1. What is a clowder?
  2. How many bones does a cat have?
  3. What color are a Russian Blue's eyes?
  4. What is a Munchkin?
  5. What did ancient Egyptians shave off to honor their cats?
  6. What do cats use their tails for?
  7. Cats walk like two other animals. What animals are they?
  8. Can cats swim?
  9. How many toes does an average kitty have?
  10. Do cats like to spend more time up at night or during the day?


Cat Trivia Quiz Answers 1 - 10

  1. A group of cats is called a clowder.
  2. A cat has 230 bones.
  3. A Russian Blue has green eyes.
  4. A Munchkin is a cat with short legs.
  5. Ancient Egyptians shaved their eyebrows off to honor their cats.
  6. Cats use their tails for balance.
  7. Cats walk with their right foot first, like camels and giraffes.
  8. Some cats can swim.
  9. Most domestic felines have 18 toes.
  10. Cats are crepuscular and that means they are most active at dawn and dusk.


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Cat Trivia Quiz Questions 11 - 20

  1. How much time do domesticated felines spend grooming each day?
  2. How old is a female cat before she can become pregnant?
  3. Can neutering or spaying a cat prolong their life?
  4. How does a cat kiss?
  5. When cats rub their faces on you, what are they doing?
  6. What does it mean when your kitty "kneads"?
  7. Is your kitten happy or angry when he/she wags his tail?
  8. Has there ever been a green cat?
  9. Which U.S. President had 4 cats living in the White House?
  10. What political office did Stubbs hold?


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Cat Trivia Quiz Answers 11- 20

  1. Cats can spend 1/3 of their waking hours grooming themselves.
  2. A female need only be 4 months old before she can become pregnant.
  3. Yes, spaying or neutering can prolong your furry friends life.
  4. A cat kiss is a slow blink from your furry friend.
  5. When your kitty rubs his or her face up against you it is rubbing scent glands against you and marking you as their territory.
  6. When a felis catus kneads it means they are content and happy.
  7. When a feline wags it's tail, it is a sign of anger.
  8. Yes, a green cat was born in the country of Denmark in 1995. It might have been because of copper in the water pipes.
  9. Abraham Lincoln had 4 pet cats in the White House. Who knew he was a Crazy Cat Guy?
  10. A Feline named Stubbs was elected mayor in Talkeetna, Alabama. I am sure he couldn't do a worse job than many other politicians we know.

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Cat Trivia Questions 21 - 30

  1. What is a group of kittens called?
  2. What are cat breeders called?
  3. Can your kitty be toilet trained?
  4. Do cats dream?
  5. What's the name of the cat that was left 13,000,000.00 in his owners will?
  6. Who received more mail? Socks the White House cat or President Bill Clinton?
  7. What wild animal do domestic cats share 95.6 percent of their genome with?
  8. What is a gib?
  9. About how many feral cats live at Disneyland?
  10. About how many pet cats live in the U.S.?

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Cat Trivia Answers 21 - 30

  1. A group of kittens is called a "kindle".
  2. People who breed cats are called "catteries".
  3. Yes, your furry feline friend can be toilet trained.
  4. Yes, our kitties do dream.
  5. Tomasso was left her owner's fortune in 2011.
  6. Socks received more mail than President Clinton.
  7. Domestic cats share 95.6 of their genome with Tigers.
  8. A gib is an unaltered adult male cat.
  9. About 200 feral cats live in Disneyland.
  10. There are over 88 million pet cats in the United States.

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Cat Trivia Quiz Questions 31 - 40

  1. Name three foods that cats should not eat.
  2. How many feral cats (about how many) are there in the U.S.?
  3. White cats with blue eyes are most likely to be ... what?
  4. What is a Hemingway Cat?
  5. There are 4 names for groups of cats. Name one or more of them.
  6. Do cats only have whiskers on their faces?
  7. Do cats have rough or smooth tongues?
  8. Is each cat's nose unique, similar to a person's fingerprints?
  9. If kittens are born in the same litter, does it mean they have the same father?
  10. What year was the first known cat video recorded?

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Cat Trivia Quiz Answers 31 - 40

  1. Cats should not eat grapes, raisins, onions, garlic, chives, or leeks.
  2. There are over 700 million ferals in the United States.
  3. White felines with blue eyes are likely to be deaf.
  4. A Hemingway cat is a cat with extra toes on it's foot.
  5. A group of cats is called a "clowder", "clutter", "glaring", and "pounce".
  6. No, they also have whiskers on the backs of their front legs.
  7. Felines have rough tongues.
  8. Yes, each cat's nose is unique.
  9. No, kittens born in the same litter can have different fathers.
  10. The first cat video was recorded in the year 1894.

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Cat Trivia Quiz Questions 41 - 50

  1. What is the most popular animal pet in the United States?
  2. What is autogrooming?
  3. Who is Bastet?
  4. What is an Anurous?
  5. What kind of cat is a Weegie?
  6. What are toe beans?
  7. What are cats doing when they are bunting?
  8. What are haws?
  9. What is distinctive about a cat with heterochromia?
  10. What is a feral cat?

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Cat Trivia Quiz Answers 41 - 50

  1. Cats are the most popular pets in the United States.
  2. Autogrooming is when a cat grooms itself.
  3. Bastet was a sacred cat goddess to the Egyptians.
  4. An Anurous is tailless cat.
  5. The Norwegian Forest cat is known as a Weegie.
  6. Toe beans are the soft pads found on a cat's foot.
  7. When cats are bunting, they are head-butting.
  8. Haws are a cats third eyelid.
  9. A cat with heterochromia has different colored eyes.
  10. A feral is a domestic cat born and living in the wild.

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Cat Trivia Quiz Questions 51 - 60

Let's see how much you know about the different feline breeds there are out there.

  1. What breed is also called an archangel cat?
  2. The Donskoy cat is a hairless cat. What country does it originate from?
  3. What country is the Foldex cat from?
  4. What country is the Khao Manee from?
  5. Where did the Nebelung originate?
  6. The Savannah is a hybrid cat breed. It's a cross between a serval and a domestic cat. Where did this hybrid originate?
  7. The Sokoke is a domestic cat from what country?
  8. In what country did the Toninese breed come from?
  9. The hairless Sphynx cat comes from what country?
  10. There's a breed of cat called the Minskin that is a cross between a Munchkin and a Sphynx. Where was this cat bred?

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Cat Trivia Answers 51-60

  1. The Russian Blue is called an Archangel.
  2. The Donskoy is from Russia.
  3. The Foldex is from Canada. It is a cross between a Scottish Fold and an Exotic Shorthair.
  4. The country the Khao Manee comes from is Thailand.
  5. The name Nebelung sounds German, but this breed of feline originated in the United States.
  6. The Savannah cross also originated in the United States.
  7. The Sokoke, also known as the Sokoke Forest cat is from Kenya.
  8. The Tonkinese, a cross between a Burmese and Siamese breeds is from Canada.
  9. The hairless breed called the Sphynx comes from Canada.
  10. The Minskin comes from the United States.

Cats The Musical

Cat Trivia Quiz Questions 61 - 70

  1. The musical play Cats, composed by Andrew Lloyd Weber, was based on what book?
  2. What is the most famous song from the musical, Cats?
  3. Name one of the lead character cats from the musical.
  4. Who was the wise, older, beloved leader of the Jellicle tribe?
  5. Who partnered with Mungojerrie in a burglary ring?
  6. Who was a former "glamour cat"?
  7. Which cat was considered the red queen?
  8. Which cat was also known as the Old Gumbie Cat?
  9. Which cat was known as a notorious criminal known as the "Napoleon of Crime"?
  10. What is there none of in Cats?

Cat Trivia Quiz Answers 61 - 70

  1. The Broadway musical, Cats, was based on the 1939 book of poetry, written by T.S. Elliot. The book was named, "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats".
  2. The most famous song from the musical, Cats, is Memory.
  3. Some of the lead characters of the play are: Grizabella, Bustopher Jones, Munkustrap, Bombalurina, Asparagus, Jellylorum, and Demeter.
  4. Old Deuteronomy
  5. Rumpleteazer partnered with Mungojerrie.
  6. Grizabella was an old glamour cat.
  7. The red queen was Bombalurina.
  8. The Old Gumbie Cat was Jennyanydots.
  9. Macavity was known as the "Napoleon of Crime".
  10. There is no dialogue between the songs in Cats.

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