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Cat's Nine Lives are the main villains of the CatDog episode "Nine Lives". They are nine ghost-like beings resemble Cat, yet most of them don't act like him. When they were released from the nine bottles they wreak havoc in Nearburg and manages to make Rancid Rabbit and the Greaser Dogs look ten times foolish than they already are.
Like Cat, they are voiced by Jim Cummings.
When Dog tries to drink a bottle but Cat stops him and told that cats has nine lives so they can extra lives for safekeeping. When Dog spits it out, it causes the nine lives to be free and go into Nearburg to cause harm, like shoplifting in a store, pestering the Greasers by get them stuck into concrete, stealing milk from Mr. Sunshine. At night, they also annoy a female elderly cat by singing "I've Been Working on the Railroad" on a power line, causing an electric overcharge in which scorched the Earth literally.
At night, CatDog invented a machine that capture all the lives, with Nearburg all ruined, the residents formed an angry mob to kill the lives. The eighth nine lives chases after a mouse and swallows him, with Cat unable to catch the lives due to a mob after him and decided to go the the fish market.
At the fish market, the lives are play around the market, and CatDog sneaks behind them sucks some of the lives. The eighth and ninth lives hides in the freezer, and the eighth hides inside a fish and CatDog finally catch him and frees the mouse out of his mouth. The ninth life tries to hides himself, and Dog mistakenly sucked Cat, and the ninth life tricked Dog by pretending to be Cat.