Desgatar: to hunt and destroy cats; to root out the herb called cat-mint.
Desmurador: mouser, a cat that catches mice.
Gata: a she-cat.
Gatada: Clawing, the act of wounding with claws; turn of a hare which is closely pursued; theft or robbery effected in an artful manner.
Gatazo: a large cat; a clumsy joke; an artful trick.
Gateado (gateada): Feline, cat-like.
Gatera: A cat's hole, through which cats go in and out; cat-mint.
Gatesco: Belonging to cats, feline.
Gaticida: (In the jocular style) Cat-killer. (Wait, what? - Curator)
Gatita: a small cat.
Maullador: applied to a cat which mews or cries much.
Maullar: to mew or cry as a cat.
Romano: Roman, belonging or related to Rome; tabby, variegated with grey and black; applied to a cat.
Oh! So Elizabeth is a gata Romano, am I right?