This is a great site for making flashcards of the cat muscles. It has virtually every photo and label you could imagine. Great resource if you havent' found it already!
Found a couple more websites that have good information on them. The following is one from Saddleback that a professor posted. It is set up as I imagine the lab practical will be. Check it out:
The following is a good site to identify the muscles on a skeleton. It shows origin, insertion and the action. The one below that shows the dissected cat, the human muscle it correlates too, all the above information plus a Quicktime video of the movement.