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This is a list of all of Garfield's lives shown in Garfield: His 9 Lives.

Cave Cat

Cave Cat was Garfield's first life, in which he was the first evolutionary form of the modern day cat.

Physical Appearance

Cave Cat appears similar to his eighth life, Garfield, with the exception of body shape and two tusk-like teeth.

Personality

Role

Cave Cat

King Cat

King Cat was Garfield's second life, in which he was the royal cat of King Amenhotep III.

Physical Appearance

King Cat appears identical to his eighth life, Garfield. His outfit comprises of nemes and a shendyt.

Personality

Role

King Cat

The Orange Kitten

The Orange Kitten was Garfield's third life, in which he lived in a surreal garden with his companion, Chloe.

Physical Appearance

The Orange Kitten appears similar to his eighth life, Garfield, with the exception of stripes, whiskers and large pupils.

Personality

Role

In the Garden

The Court Musician's Cat

The Court Musician's Cat was Garfield's fourth life, in which he was the cat of composer, George Frederick Handel.

Physical Appearance

The Court Musician's Cat appears as a dark blue cat with a greenish muzzle, a black nose, six long & curved whiskers, flat ears and a bent tail.

Personality

The Court Musician's Cat is shown to dislike doing work. He is also shown to care for his owner, as he helped Freddie write the third movement. His care for Freddie is further proven when the cat is worried that the king won't like his movement and have Freddie executed.

Role

Court Musician

In the year 1720, Garfield's previous life was the cat of Baroque composer, George Frederick Handel, nicknamed "Freddie". Freddie is currently writing a fugue for King George I, and while working on it, is interrupted by the court Jester who announces the king is expecting a concerto. Freddie claims he has no time to write a concerto, but after the Jester threatens him with execution, the former tells his cat to write the third and final movement.

Later, the Jester introduces Freddie and his quartet to the king and queen, still awaiting Freddie's execution. After Freddie finishes his first and second movements, he finds his his cat's movement littered with unorganized ink blots. Both Freddie and his cat are frightened of the consequences, but as the quartet begin the movement, they find that not only does it sound appealing, but the king and queen are pleased with the offering. From that night on, the cat decided never to write another piece of music, declaring it as too much work.

Stunt Cat
Stunt Cat was Garfield's fifth life, in which he was a stunt man in a film featuring Krazy Kat.

Physical Appearance

Stunt Cat is identical to his eighth life Garfield, with the exception of his color scheme.

Personality

This life ends too quickly to deduct any personality traits of the Stunt Cat.

Role

Stunt Cat

As Krazy Kat is involved in filming a scene in which a safe is to be dropped on him, the director calls the Stunt Cat to stand under the heavy object. While standing in place, the safe is dropped, and Stunt Cat is killed.

Diana
Diana was Garfield's sixth life, in which he was a female cat belonging to an accomplished pianist, named Sara.

Physical Appearance

Diana is a white, long-haired cat with bright green eyes, a light pink nose and mouth, as well as the inside of her ears being pink.

Personality

As Diana, Garfield loses his sarcasm and cynicism and is instead a cat who loves her owner very much and is very calm and relaxed.

Role

Diana's Piano

A mother gave her child, Sara, a cat. When Sara got the cat, her mother decided to name Diana after the Roman Goddess. Sara adored Diana and played many songs with Diana sitting on top of her piano. She stated that Diana could tell whenever Sara made a mistake while playing the piano, which inspired Sara to become a better pianist. When Sara left for college, she didn't know who she would miss more; her parents, or Diana. When Sara came back home from college, she wanted to stay with Diana again. But there were more people in her life other than Diana. When Sara announced that she was getting married to her boyfriend Lee, Diana stars scratching Lee's leg. Sara then says that she will move out and take Diana with her. After Sara and Lee gave birth to Billy, Diana was not happy. The day after, Diana passed away on top of Sara's piano.

19-GB
19-GB was Garfield's seventh life, in which he was a laboratory animal in a government research facility.

Physical Appearance

19-GB has some similarities to his eighth life, Garfield with some noticeable exceptions. He is a slim ginger cat with a long snout, black stripes and yellow sclerae. After his transformation, he appears as a slim brown dog with a black tail and light brown underbelly.

Personality

19-GB constantly appears frightened from the government agents and dangers. Due to his fear, he is aggressive, shown when he fought with the scientist.

Role

Lab Animal

In Lab 6B, two scientists take out a cat, labeled as 19-GB, from his cage and put him onto a lab table. They inject the frightened animal with a syringe containing an amber liquid, and place him back in his holding. 19-GB appears to be in an artificially tranquilized state, until sometime later, when the scientists reappear, intending to dissect him for an undisclosed reason.

19-GB is taken out of his cage again, and begins to fight with the scientists. After breaking the scientist's grip, he escapes by lunging through the lab's window. When a military man finds him, 19-GB flees out near the forest. He spots a helicopter, and climbs on as it lifts above the ground. The helicopter passes a low-hanging ledge, which 19-GB jumps onto. The cat searches the nearby dark woods, and as he lays down to rest, an aggressive dog appears from behind a log and chases 19-GB up a tree. The branch breaks, and the cat falls down into the river below.

19-GB survives, and makes it out of the river, wet and fatigued. He collapses from exhaustion, and at this very moment, he begins a transformation from the aforementioned serum. He violently mutates into a brown dog, identical to the one that chased him earlier. The military police stall their search near the river, which their search dogs come to drink from. 19-GB is aware he is undetected as his eyes begin to glow a bright yellow.

Trivia

  • Garfield reveals that after his life as 19-GB, he feels the need to puke every time he sees a test tube.

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Garfield

Garfield was his eighth life, in which he was a pampered cat owned by Jon Arbuckle.

Physical Appearance

Garfield is an obese, ginger cat with large eyes, a pink nose, a yellow snout, long legs and black stripes.

Personality

Garfield is lazy, food-loving and cruel. He often insults him owner Jon Arbuckle and likes to kick Odie off of tables. However, he does have a soft side for his teddy bear, Pooky

Role

Garfield

Garfield was born in Mama Leoni's Italian Restaurant, he immediately began his life by causing a chef to fall over, so he can taste the food he was holding (Which was lasagna). When the food dropped, Garfield didn't know what it was so he started attacking it. But when he accidentally tasted it, he became very fond of it. Then he started eating more food until the chef grabbed him and told him he was going to the pet shop. His mother said that he was too young, but then Garfield stated that he was old enough to go and that he was tired of being around his house all the time, he then said goodbye to his mother and went off to the pet shop. While in the pet shop, he asked another cat how to get adopted. The cat replied by saying he should just act cute and then someone would buy him. Shortly after, Jon Arbuckle walked into the shop and purchased Garfield after he jumped on his face. Later, in the house, Jon asks Garfield how he is. Garfield responds by saying that he was in a good mood and that he let the mailman live. Jon then says that Garfield needs a playmate, Garfield doesn't think that however because he says he has his mirror. Jon then announces that he got a dog, which makes Jon very furious. Jon introduces Garfield to the dog, who is named Odie and Garfield says that its a tongue with eyeballs, rather than a dog, stating that it's like he knows him from a bad previous life. Garfield is then seen sitting on a chair, saying that it took lots of work, but he managed to become the head of the household and make Odie his servant. He then orders Odie to fetch his slippers for him. When Odie, does, Garfield smacks him with his newspaper, saying that the slippers are on the wrong feet, Odie quickly fixes that. Then, Garfield orders Odie to get Jon for him. He then asks Jon to make him a picnic outside. When Jon goes to prepare the picnic. Garfield and Odie hear the Ice cream truck and run to it. When Jon is about to cross the road, Odie grabs him by the foot, Garfield thinks Odie is trying to annoy him so he almost punches him when a car drives by and he realises that Odie saved his life. Garfield thanks Odie and walks down a meadow with him. Then we see Garfield and Odie years later where Garfield is telling the story to a few kittens, but he changes it so that he's the hero of the story, which angers Odie.

Space Cat

Space Cat was Garfield's ninth and last life, in which he was given seven minutes to defeat a large space fleet.

Physical Appearance

Space Cat appears similar to his eighth life, Garfield, with the exception of dark orange stripes. He wears an astronaut suit with yellow lines. The suit has a yellow emblem with a black paw in the center.

Personality

Role

Space Cat

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