TIL a group of cats is called a Clowder by whatilearned July 28, 2022, 4:29 am Read more: https://www.veterinarians.org/clowder-group-of-cats/ What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote calledCatsClowderGroupTILToday I learned See more Previous article Why shouldn’t you write a book on penguins? Next article Andrew Tate HATES breakfast😡😡 14 Comments Leave a Reply I’ve always called it a red flag. Log in to Reply Or a “group”. Log in to Reply Huh. I always called it a Voltron of cats. Log in to Reply Or a “glaring”. Log in to Reply I prefer my “made up on the spot” plural of “a mew of cats”. Log in to Reply Yup, and a group of clams is called a chowder. Log in to Reply [Sheldon](https://youtu.be/-QhZLQsJg9U?t=36) taught us that on Big Bang Theory! Log in to Reply I call them a “hissy fit.” Log in to Reply At some point I convinced myself it was called a gang of cats. Log in to Reply I thought it was called a sorority Log in to Reply And a soup of cats is called a chowder Log in to Reply Yes, according to the *Book of St. Albans*, written in 1486 and included many completely-made-up collective nouns. This has persisted due to 1595’s *The Gentleman’s Academic* which referenced said list. Meanwhile I’ll keep saying “a group of cats”. Log in to Reply Wow, congrats. Log in to Reply I’ll stick to the generic “That’s a murderous buttload of cats, why are they all named Brad?” Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.