In "Inside the Outsiders". Where she steals two cat statues made out of gold and rubies and captures Batman and Green Arrow. She says that she let them go if Batman joins her, he answers yes, and Green Arrow thinks they are flirting and is digusted. They escape and Batman fights her while Green Arrow fights her henchmen. She gets tied up by Batman, but then she escapes. When Green Arrow asks him why he said yes, he said that he wanted to rehabilitate her. She left him a note telling him to "call her".
In "Death Race to Oblivion!" as one of the heroes and villains kidnapped by Mongul and forced into his race across the desert. Utilizing a high-tech "Catmobile" equipped with various weapons and gadgets, Catwoman attempts to knock the Huntress out of the race by destroying her motorcycle. Unfortunately for her, Huntress outsmarts her and Catwoman ends up being taken out herself when her car is forced off a cliff. At the end of the episode, she and the rest of the villains are shown captured in a sphere created by Guy Gardner's power ring.
In "The Mask of Matches Malone", she becomes a member of the Birds of Prey along with Huntress and Black Canary. She was going to steal the Cloak of Nefertiti, but Batman catches her and they fight. But Huntress and Black Canary catch them and Batman is speechless, later in the episode, she sings the number "Birds of Prey" in front of a night club.
When she first appears in the episode "Legends of the Dark Mite." along with several other villains in Bat-Mite's imagination she is depicted with a different physical appearance than she does in later appearances.
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In "The Knights of Tomorrow!", which is actually a book written by Alfred Pennyworth, she gives up being Catwoman and marries Bruce and has a son named Damain Wayne. She dies in a fire with Bruce caused by Joker Jr.
- Catwoman's costume is based on her Earth-Two/Golden Age ones.