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*Cat R. Waul shares similarities with [[disney:Gaston (Beauty and the Beast)|Gaston]] from ''Beauty and the Beast'', [[disney:King Candy|Turbo/King Candy]] from ''Wreck-It Ralph'', and Lord Victor Quartermaine from ''Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'' as they believe themselves to be heroes, and intend to kill their "ugly", "monstrous", "abusive", "cruel", "hateful", and "nasty" foes (the Beast, Wreck-It Ralph, the Were-Rabbit, [[Mama Mousekewitz|Mama]] and [[Papa Mousekewitz]]). Although the other villains failed, Cat R. Waul succeeded killing Fievel's innocent parental figures whom he considered cruel, hateful, and abusive parents ([[Mama Mousekewitz|Mama]] and [[Papa Mousekewitz]]).
 
*Cat R. Waul shares similarities with [[disney:Gaston (Beauty and the Beast)|Gaston]] from ''Beauty and the Beast'', [[disney:King Candy|Turbo/King Candy]] from ''Wreck-It Ralph'', and Lord Victor Quartermaine from ''Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'' as they believe themselves to be heroes, and intend to kill their "ugly", "monstrous", "abusive", "cruel", "hateful", and "nasty" foes (the Beast, Wreck-It Ralph, the Were-Rabbit, [[Mama Mousekewitz|Mama]] and [[Papa Mousekewitz]]). Although the other villains failed, Cat R. Waul succeeded killing Fievel's innocent parental figures whom he considered cruel, hateful, and abusive parents ([[Mama Mousekewitz|Mama]] and [[Papa Mousekewitz]]).
 
*Cat R. Waul shares similarities with [[disney:Scar|Scar]] from ''The Lion King''. Both succeeded in killing the hero's innocent parental figure(s) ([[disney:Mufasa|Mufasa]] for Scar, [[Mama Mousekewitz|Mama]] and [[Papa Mousekewitz]] for Cat R. Waul) and also force away the protagonist from their home (Scar tells Simba to "run away and never return" and Cat R. Waul make Fievel, Tanya, and Yasha orphans and causes them to return to New York City, so [[Mrs. Brisby]] adopts them).
 
*Cat R. Waul shares similarities with [[disney:Scar|Scar]] from ''The Lion King''. Both succeeded in killing the hero's innocent parental figure(s) ([[disney:Mufasa|Mufasa]] for Scar, [[Mama Mousekewitz|Mama]] and [[Papa Mousekewitz]] for Cat R. Waul) and also force away the protagonist from their home (Scar tells Simba to "run away and never return" and Cat R. Waul make Fievel, Tanya, and Yasha orphans and causes them to return to New York City, so [[Mrs. Brisby]] adopts them).
*Car R. Waul shares similarities to Snidley Whiplash, one of the most classic villains in Dudley Do Right, He has a humorous taste of old fashion western music (either than the Conductor mouse, who escapes him), He is also a tragedy villain when his human owner dresses him like an infant.
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*Cat R. Waul shares similarities to Snidley Whiplash, one of the most classic villains in Dudley Do Right, He has a humorous taste of old fashion western music (either than the Conductor mouse, who escapes him), He is also a tragedy villain when his human owner dresses him like an infant.
 
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{{Character_infobox||name = Cat R. Waul |films = An American Tail: Fievel Goes West |appearance = Slender brown cat, red cape, top hat, white shirt, monocle on his right eye (just like the Grand Duke of Owls), green eyes |goal = To turn all the mice of Green River into mouseburgers
To kill Fievel and Tanya's parents (Mama and Papa Mousekewitz) and turn them into mouseburgers (succeeded) |image = Evil Grin.png |shows = Fievel's American Tails |games = An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush |voice = John Cleese (movie)
Gerrit Graham (TV series) |inspiration = |animator = Kristof Serrand |fullname = Cat R. Waul |personality = Evil, manipulative, hungry, snide, suave, contemptuous, aristocratic, sophisticated, polite, cultured, gentlemanly, posh, classy, intelligent, wicked, arrogant, mean, oppressive, greedy, hateful, testy, sinister, dishonest, devious, lazy, clever, exceptionally cunning, cruel, relentless, vengeful, sarcastic, villainous, rude and overbearing only when necessary |minions = T.R Chula, One Eye, Frenchy, Sweet William |enemies = Fievel Mousekewitz, [[Cholena, Tanya Mousekewitz, [[Papa MouaMice, Willie Burp, Tiger, Miss Kitty |dislikes = Being referred to as "Pussy Poos", humans, having to chase after mice |weapons = Gun, his teeth and claws |fate = Gets flung into a mailbag and picked up by a Train, forced to endure the cuddles of his newfound busty owner. |quote = "Which would you rather have: the crouton or the entire caesar salad? Of course, we're going to eat the mice, but only after we have exploited their labors. You see, we are nice to the mice because it is intelligent to be so. If we act sweetly, they will come in droves. If we hiss, they will run and we will have to chase after them; an unnecessary expenditure of calories"
"Mouseburgers indeed!"
"Right. I want the subversive who tried to assassinate me found."
"Someone who doesn't have very long to live."
"Okay chaps it's become necessary to put these dogs through obedience school. Kill!"||alliance = Bad}}Cat R. Waul is the main antagonist in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. Cat R. Waul's devious scheme seemed a long way to go just to feast upon a large number of mice. Waul is a businesscat, above such primitive and gruesome methods of collecting his food as chasing the mice down and eating them; 'an unnecessary expenditure of calories'. Instead, his plan was to travel to New York from Green River and convince the impoverished mice there to move west, insisting that out west cats and mice were friends. And he forced his gang to keep up the act by being nice to the mice, much to their dismay. Fievel makes an enemy out of Waul when he overhears Waul's plan, and narrowly escapes being eaten when Waul opts instead to order Chula to give him 'the flying ahhh'. In a Deleted Scene, he Checks Miss Kitty's Teeth. Later, when Fievel attacks Waul with a fork, he narrowly escapes being eaten again when Waul overhears the enchanting singing voice of Tanya Mousekewitz. Completely and genuinely entranced, he picks the unaware young singer up and brings her to Miss Kitty, ordering her to get Tanya ready to perform in his saloon, insisting that Tanya is his 'diva'. When he is finally ready to unveil his evil plan at the official opening of his saloon, Tanya is placed safely up above with Miss Kitty while the rest of the mice are on what is secretly a giant mouse trap, to be activated when he cuts the red ribbon in front of his saloon. It is then that Tiger, Wylie Burp and Fievel storm in to save the day, engaging them in a slingshot showdown that results in Waul being flung into a mailbag and picked up by a train, forced to endure the cuddles of his busty owner.

In essence, Waul is a well pampered and cultured house cat, with a mind for complex and evil schemes. It could be that his owner makes frequent trips to and from Green River and New York. His schemes tend to be somewhat cruder in Fievel's American Tails, where he often actually does resort to simply chasing the mice down and trying to eat them, and he is treated more like a generic villain in the series.

Background

Physical Appearance

Personality

Cat R. Waul is a businessman above such primitive and gruesome methods of collecting his food as chasing mice down and eating them.

Appearances

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

Waul is also the main villain of Fievel's American Tails. In this show, he's returned to Green River to carry out more evil deeds, usually trying to trick the mice of Green River into falling for one of his traps. But he is easily defeated.

Fievel's American Tails

Gallery

Trivia

  • He is the only antagonist to hear Tanya's singing.
  • His actor John Cleese later voiced Jean-Bob the Frog in "The Swan Princess"!

Similarities to other villains

  • Cat R. Waul shares similarities with Gaston from Beauty and the Beast, Turbo/King Candy from Wreck-It Ralph, and Lord Victor Quartermaine from Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit as they believe themselves to be heroes, and intend to kill their "ugly", "monstrous", "abusive", "cruel", "hateful", and "nasty" foes (the Beast, Wreck-It Ralph, the Were-Rabbit, Mama and Papa Mousekewitz). Although the other villains failed, Cat R. Waul succeeded killing Fievel's innocent parental figures whom he considered cruel, hateful, and abusive parents (Mama and Papa Mousekewitz).
  • Cat R. Waul shares similarities with Scar from The Lion King. Both succeeded in killing the hero's innocent parental figure(s) (Mufasa for Scar, Mama and Papa Mousekewitz for Cat R. Waul) and also force away the protagonist from their home (Scar tells Simba to "run away and never return" and Cat R. Waul make Fievel, Tanya, and Yasha orphans and causes them to return to New York City, so Mrs. Brisby adopts them).
  • Cat R. Waul shares similarities to Snidley Whiplash, one of the most classic villains in Dudley Do Right, He has a humorous taste of old fashion western music (either than the Conductor mouse, who escapes him), He is also a tragedy villain when his human owner dresses him like an infant.
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