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3rd Apr '18 4:57:53 PM costanton11
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* In ''Film/OliveTheOtherReindeer'', Olive the dog is constantly trying to convince people she's a reindeer. No one believes her.

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* In ''Film/OliveTheOtherReindeer'', ''WesternAnimation/OliveTheOtherReindeer'', Olive the dog is constantly trying to convince people she's a reindeer. No one believes her.
7th Mar '18 8:09:11 AM nombretomado
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Compare AWolfInSheepsClothing. Contrast with FurryConfusion, which is about the bewilderment caused by differences in two individuals of what are supposed to be the ''same kind'' of animal; with IAmNotWeasel, the {{Inversion}} of this trope, in which the animal is taken for another species ''against'' its wishes; and with most of the entries on the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism, which are about animals acting like humans. [[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] a ''human'' whose ass is in a lion skin; that's FurBikini or LoinCloth. When the filmmakers dress up an animal as a cheap way to put a "monster" on screen, that's a {{Slurpasaur}}.

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Compare AWolfInSheepsClothing. Contrast with FurryConfusion, which is about the bewilderment caused by differences in two individuals of what are supposed to be the ''same kind'' of animal; with IAmNotWeasel, the {{Inversion}} of this trope, in which the animal is taken for another species ''against'' its wishes; and with most of the entries on the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism, which are about animals acting like humans. [[IThoughtItMeant [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] a ''human'' whose ass is in a lion skin; that's FurBikini or LoinCloth. When the filmmakers dress up an animal as a cheap way to put a "monster" on screen, that's a {{Slurpasaur}}.
12th Feb '18 5:53:07 AM nanakiro
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* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', the cat-like Frosch grew up thinking they were a frog. After learning they've been under the wrong impression the whole time, they cried for days... then promptly bought a frog suit to make themself feel better. Frosch has been wearing the suit ever since.
1st Dec '17 1:32:51 PM tioseafj
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* [[http://pbfcomics.com/253/ This]] ''Perry Bible Fellowship'' strip, featuring an actual ass.
** Also bloodily deconstructed with literal wolves in sheep's clothing [[http://pbfcomics.com/?cid=PBF181-Woolves.jpg here]].

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* [[http://pbfcomics.com/253/ This]] ''Perry Bible Fellowship'' strip, featuring an actual ass.
** Also bloodily
''Webcomic/PerryBibleFellowship'': Bloodily deconstructed with literal wolves in sheep's clothing [[http://pbfcomics.com/?cid=PBF181-Woolves.jpg com/comics/woolves/ here]].
26th Nov '17 5:19:53 PM Lizardon
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* ''ComicBook/{{Maus}}'': The mice (Jews) wear pig masks to pass among the general population of pigs (Poles}. As the story is non-fiction, it's understood that the Jews didn't actually do this, but is just the comic's way of depicting their attempts to blend in.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Maus}}'': The mice (Jews) wear pig masks to pass among the general population of pigs (Poles}.(Poles). As the story is non-fiction, it's understood that the Jews didn't actually do this, but is just the comic's way of depicting their attempts to blend in. Played with in Anja's case, whose pig mask disguise doesn't hold up as well as her husband Vladek's because of her more 'Jewish' characteristics, which in this case is depicted as a relatively longer mouse tail.
26th Nov '17 5:13:05 PM Lizardon
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* ''ComicBook/{{Maus}}'': The mice (Jews) wear pig masks to pass among the general population of pigs (Poles}. As the story is non-fiction, it's understood that the Jews didn't actually do this, but is just the comic's way of depicting their attempts to blend in.
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* ''ComicBook/{{Maus}}'': The mice (Jews) wear pig masks to pass among the general population of pigs (Poles}. As the story is non-fiction, it's understood that the Jews didn't actually do this, but is just the comic's way of depicting their attempts to blend in.
9th Sep '17 5:15:28 PM nombretomado
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* In ''ANTFarm'' Cameron enters for a dog show but has no dog. His solution? Strap a stuffed toy dog onto a cat. [[RuleOfFunny He wins]].

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* In ''ANTFarm'' ''Series/ANTFarm'' Cameron enters for a dog show but has no dog. His solution? Strap a stuffed toy dog onto a cat. [[RuleOfFunny He wins]].
18th Aug '17 9:29:25 AM PistolsAtDawn
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* Stella the Skunk in ''Film/OverTheHedge'' dyes her white stripe black and undergoes a MakeoverMontage to disguise herself as a cat.
3rd Aug '17 2:22:41 AM eroock
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->''And the $50,000 prize for the Best Dog in Show goes to this rare Black-Feathered Quacking Retriever!''

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->''And ->''"And the $50,000 prize for the Best Dog in Show goes to this rare Black-Feathered Quacking Retriever!''
Retriever!"''
28th May '17 4:09:56 PM nombretomado
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** "For Scentimental Reasons": As in a number of other WarnerBros. shorts, a black [[CuteKitten cat]] (later christened Penelope Pussycat) disguises herself as a [[SmellySkunk skunk]] to frighten away her persecutors; this, of course, backfires spectacularly when it attracts AbhorrentAdmirer Pepe le Pew.

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** "For Scentimental Reasons": As in a number of other WarnerBros. Creator/WarnerBros shorts, a black [[CuteKitten cat]] (later christened Penelope Pussycat) disguises herself as a [[SmellySkunk skunk]] to frighten away her persecutors; this, of course, backfires spectacularly when it attracts AbhorrentAdmirer Pepe le Pew.
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