Cat Logos

You like logos. I like cats. And pretty much everyone on the Internet likes mashups. So I thought I’d make you some cat logos. Here are five famous logos, redone with famous cats.

Quaker logo with Grumpy Cat

Quaker logo with Grumpy Cat

For the Quaker Oats logo, I took the grumpy old Quaker guy and replaced him with Grumpy Cat.

Mobil logo with Nyan Cat

Mobil logo with Nyan Cat

Mobil Oil is known for its flying Red Pegasus, which I replaced with Nyan Cat.

Starbucks logo with Felix the Cat

Starbucks logo with Felix the Cat

For Starbucks, I took the old logo with the company’s name and added in Felix the Cat.

Wendy’s logo with Cheezburger Cat

Wendy's logo with Cheezburger Cat

Wendy’s serves cheeseburgers, so I replaced its redheaded namesake with the Cheezburger Cat.

Ferrari Logo with Le Chat Noir

Ferrari Logo with Le Chat Noir

For the Ferrari logo, I replace the black horse with Le Chat Noir, from the famous poster by Théophile Steinlen.

If you like these logos, check out my famous logos in ugly fonts such as Papyrus, Algerian and Jokerman. And if you have any good ideas for more cat logos, let me know in the comment section.

Steve Lovelace

Steve Lovelace is a writer, photographer and graphic artist. After graduating Michigan State University in 2004, he taught Spanish in Samoa before moving to Dallas, Texas. He blogs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at http://steve-lovelace.com.

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  1. Hi Steve…we are a large format printer in Ontario. we call our company Category 5 Imaging which either means a bad hurricane or a slower ethernet cable (slower than Cat 6). We also have found out that most of our customers are women and an informal survey suggested shortening the name to Cat 5 with a cat(s) image(s) would hit an ESP which along with our soon to be discovered USP, would take us to the big leagues. came across your site and your obsession apparently with cats. What a fit. Digital cats. Logo execution are you interested? Wayne

  1. February 24, 2017

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