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- Peggy Gillespie, a member of First Fandom.
- Bill Donaho’s Habakkuk, for whom he named his fanzine.
- Jackson Sims, an athletic Siamese who attended conventions with Pat and Roger Sims.
- Bill Bowers' black Responsibility.
- Roger Weddall's Typo, who won a controversial Ditmar Award for Best Fannish Cat at the Australian Natcon SunCon in 1991.
- Constantinople, a three-legged cat who spawned a convention.
- Maxwell Silver Hammer Smith, Birman owner of Dick and Leah Smith, described in "Planet Catnip: My Life with an Alien Cat" by Leah A. Zeldes in the anthology Cat Women: Female Writers on their Feline Friends.
Fandom's crazy cat ladies:
- Mary Elizabeth Counselman, a Weird Tales author who collected black cats.
- Joni Stopa, whose many cats were one reason so many Wilcon attendees slept outdoors in tents.
See also: Creatures of Fandom.
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