The Alley Cats are minor antagonists from Tom and Jerry: The Movie. There are a gang of mean alley cats who ambushes Tom. The lead alley cat is voiced by Raymond McLeod who also voiced the Bulldog in the beginning of the film while the rest are voiced by Mitchel D. Moore and Scott Wojahn.
The Alley Cats are first seen after Puggsy and Frankie DaFlea are been captured by the Straycatchers led by Dr. Applecheeks, confronting Tom before they sing the "What do we care?" song. After finishing singing Tom sneaks away and one of them notices him escaping and they give chase knocking the flower pot down where Jerry is being held earlier by Tom, who then makes a run to a nearby manhole. As Tom passes the manhole, Jerry opens it and all of the Alley Cats fall into the sewer one by one saving Tom from further beating. The Alley Cats are not seen afterwards and it is unknown what happened to them, presumed they gave up after this.
- The other two alley cats are unvoiced, but their singing voice is heard during the song "What Do We Care? (The Alley Cats Song)" but uncredited.
- The alley cats in this film are similar to The Alley Cat Gang that appear in The Tom and Jerry Show (1975) episode "The Police Kitten".