Cat calling the kettle black?

Variations on the idiom:

Pot calling in kettle black?
A pot calling the cattle black?
A kettle calling the pan black?
The pot calling the ketle black?
The pot called the kettle black?
The pan calling the kettle black?
Its the pot calling the kettle back?
Look who’s calling the kettle black?
Let not the pot call the kettle black?
Red faced pot calling the kettle black?
Like the teapot calling the kettle black?
Thats like the pot calling the kettle black?
[From WikiAnswers]

Thanks to Rebecca Taylor for giving me the incentive to look it up.

Hadn’t heard the ‘cat’ usage of the idiom since grammar school.
That being said, my cat is a white tiger, turning black.

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