The Kit-Cat Klock is a novelty wall clock introduced in the mid-1930s, and has become a part of Americana. It is shaped like a cartoon cat, with roving eyes and a moving tail.
The clock has also often been referred to as or assumed to be a "Felix the Cat" clock, due to a certain resemblance to the pioneering cartoon character. In 2007, the current owners of Felix launched a belated lawsuit against Kit-Cat for copyright infringement, and noted the occasional use of the "Felix" term in the company's marketing materials.
- A Kit-Cat Klock, or a reasonable facsimile, adorns the wall of Eliot Shag's Apartment in nearly every episode of Dog City.
- Miss Piggy considers selling her clock in the short story "The Garage Sale" (First published: Jim Henson's Bedtime Stories).
- In Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures, a cat clock resembling a Kit-Cat Klock is seen on their apartment wall during the opening and closing scenes.
- Bear owns a skunk clock that is similar in design.