In 1996, a bronze statue of Trim by sculptor John Cornwell was erected on a window ledge of the Mitchell library in Sydney directly behind a statue of his owner that was erected following the donation of Flinders' personal papers to the library by his grandson in 1925.
The popularity of the statue has since led to the development of a range of Trim merchandise by the library and even its cafe is named after the cat.

The plaque under it says:

                                                             TO THE MEMORY OF
                                             The best and most illustrious of his race
                                                 The most affectionate of friends,
                                                           faithful of servants,
                                                          and best of creatures
                                He made the tour of the globe, and a voyage to Australia,
                                        which he circumnavigated, and was ever the
                                         delight and pleasure of his fellow voyagers

                                        Written by Matthew Flinders in memory of his cat