Box Office Mojo tracks DreamWorks Animation's Fall features.
Madagascar 2 (2008) -- $180 million
Shark Tale (2004) -- $160.9 million
Megamind (2010) -- $148.4 million
Puss In Boots -- (2011) -- $130.9 million
Compared to the other DreamWorks cartoon features above, Puss ranks at the bottom of the stats, but is still above Bee Movie and the Aardman co-production Flushed Away. (Aardman co-productions seem to have rough sledding at the U.S. box office, witness Arthur Christmas's current rollout.)
One thing to keep in mind about the swashbuckling kitty: PIB is only about 28% of the way through its domestic theatrical run. All the other candidates had theatrical lives of 14-16 weeks. Puss in Boots is now in week #4.
And though the cat had an opening half the size of Madagascar 2, it dropped a mere 3% in its second weekend, while Mad plunged 44.5%.
So Puss has a ways to travel, and will probably end up ahead of the middle of the pack by the time all ticket receipts are counted. And of course, there is still foreign box office to tally up. Expect 55-65% of the final total to originate from there.