Both fonts have a name with four letters, are designed by the same person and published by the same foundry in 1993. Both are the bold version. Both contain 246 glyphs and 1783 standard kern pairs. They are identical. One of the two names has been abandoned but is still found on lettersnstuff.
What you are showing is not the Chinacat but the Mcgannahan, also by Dogstar: http://www.dafont.com/dogstar.d2655?af=on
The á is not available in the crippled version here on dafont.
Custom made with a little help of the Magneto.
Those are not errors. The font is made like that. The Text variation is solid.
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