You are new, makibagay ka.
Watch and observe, before opening your mouth.
IF the Top Cat made that comment, you must have been really loud/"high-profile"... otherwise, he would not gone to the trouble of commenting nor puttiing it in words.
Hindi mo ba na getz while you were talking the non-verbal signals that must have been delivered -- that you were "out of place"
I am NOT saying what you were conveying was not important, or wrong. I am also NOT saying that you were wrong in voicing out valuable comments. Baka wala ka lang sa timing at lugar.
A workplace does not operate just on correctness nor value of contributions. Unfair, maybe -- but well, there is the Human-Behavior-In-Organization at play all the time.
There is always a formal (and for sure also an informal) organization playing out.
You are the newcomer, right or wrong -- whatever it is in that company -- you have to go with the flow, until you get to a position of having the power to institute changes.
I am NOT saying you should not change things or the way things are done, if you see a better solution or alternative. What I am trying to say is -- of course, you can. You should, so you shine more.
BUT get a good grasp first of how things are done in that company of yours. Makibagay ka muna, do not create enemies... be a termite (I do not mean sneaky ha, but work hard and quietly or unnoticed until 1 day ta-dah! -- you have done so much and already have a colony to show.
Do not let that 1 faux pas freeze you.
LEARN from it, and move on.
Do your best, and people (and that Top Cat) will forget it all soon. Fairly or unfairly, it is your last achievements or contributions to the company that people focus on.
(Kaya nga ang reklamo ng iba eh they get frozen out of the power play kahit na they contributed this big-deal this or that before. History is just history. It is how you handle what is on your plate that only matters to an organization, current time.)