Mr. Kitty, Eric Cartman’s pet cat in South Park, is still alive but has had various roles throughout the series. The character has not been a central focus and thus does not have a continuous storyline.
In the animated TV series South Park, Mr. Kitty is a recurring character known for being Eric Cartman’s pet cat. Mr. Kitty first appeared in the show’s early seasons and has been featured in various episodes, often in minor roles. The character is typically portrayed engaging in typical cat behavior, such as seeking attention or being scolded by Cartman for trying to eat his pot pie.
Throughout the series, Mr. Kitty has not been the focus of any major story arcs. Instead, the cat has been used for comedic effect, either as a part of Cartman’s household antics or in background scenes. In some episodes, Mr. Kitty’s behavior has been exaggerated for humor, such as in “Cat Orgy,” where the cat is shown to be in heat and causing chaos.
Despite not having a continuous storyline, Mr. Kitty remains a part of the South Park universe. The show’s creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, often bring back characters for brief appearances or references, keeping the world of South Park interconnected. Mr. Kitty’s sporadic appearances reflect the show’s tendency to utilize its vast array of characters in various capacities over the years.