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Out of every character of in the show she has gone through the most change. Though she has kept the same long white shirt, pink dress, a pink bow and cat like eyes.
In the first series she has short brown hair. In the second series she looks the same except she has a pink bow. In the third series she has a little longer hair and a darker pink bow. In the forth series she has purple hair. In the fifth series she has red hair and her facial features are a little more human like.
A normally-quiet yōkai girl, who transforms into a frightening cat monster with fangs and feline eyes when she is angry or hungry for fish. Predictably, she does not get along well with Nezumi-Otoko. She harbors a crush on Kitarō, who sees her only as a friend. In recent iterations (possibly due to the recent anime phenomenon of fanservice), she is very fond of human fashion and is seen in different outfits and uniforms.
- Main article: Neko
The 1st Anime version of Neko-Musume
The 2nd Anime version of Neko-Musume
The 3rd Anime version of Neko-Musume
The 4th Anime version of Neko-Musume
The 5th Anime version of Neko-Musume
- 100 Percent no Youkai CAT by Maki Nomiya w/Yuuko Mita as Neko Musume (1985 anime)
- NADE-NADE shite by Hiromi Konno (2007 anime)
- She is part of a cat yokai group there are a couple of other cat yokai like neko-mana and niko-sennin
- Neko-Musume first appears in the story Neko-Musume and Nezumi-Otoko (Weekly Shōnen Magazine version), however another cat-girl named Neko (寝子) appears in the earlier stories The Vampire Tree and the Neko-Musume and A Walk to Hell (Rental version).
- In the 2002 Kodansha International Bilingual Comics edition, she is referred to as Cat Chick.
- She and Nezume-Otoko were chosen to help kitaro find the other 47 spirit warriors.