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18th May '16 3:05:17 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Discussed in the ''NewsRadio'' episode "Hair" when Beth and Max attempt to rename Lisa's puppy from "Daisy" to "Frankie." "All dogs are male," says Beth, and "all cats are female!" When presented with evidence that the puppy is, indeed, female, Max invokes the distinction between gender and sex.

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* Discussed in the ''NewsRadio'' ''Series/NewsRadio'' episode "Hair" when Beth and Max attempt to rename Lisa's puppy from "Daisy" to "Frankie." "All dogs are male," says Beth, and "all cats are female!" When presented with evidence that the puppy is, indeed, female, Max invokes the distinction between gender and sex.
15th May '16 2:49:53 PM FerdinandtheBull
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* Broadly applies to ''Literature/HarryPotter''. Mr. Filch owns a female cat while Hagrid owns a male dog---they can be seen as counterparts since their owners are both Hogwarts caretakers with [[{{Foil}} contrasting personalities]]. When it comes to Animagus forms and Patronuses, the characters who get cats are women ([=McGonagall=] and Umbridge) and the characters who get dogs are men (Sirius and Ron).

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* Broadly applies to ''Literature/HarryPotter''. Mr. Filch owns a female cat while Hagrid owns a male dog---they can be seen as counterparts since their owners are both Hogwarts caretakers with [[{{Foil}} contrasting personalities]]. When it comes to Animagus forms and Patronuses, the characters who get cats are women ([=McGonagall=] and Umbridge) and the characters who get dogs are men (Sirius and Ron). All the werewolves we encounter are also male.
15th May '16 5:45:23 AM Curiousconfusion
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* Invoked in a BBC documentary ''Cats V. Dogs: Which Is Best?'', which was discussing and testing how cats and dogs compare on intelligence, eyesight, sense of smell, hearing and so on. It was light-heartedly presenting it as a kind of battle between the two species, and they had the female presenter, Liz Bonnin, fighting on of behalf cats, while the male presenter, Chris Packham, was fighting on behalf of dogs. However, the actual animals used in the documentary were males and females of both cats and dogs.

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* Invoked in a BBC documentary ''Cats V. Dogs: Which Is Best?'', which was discussing and testing how cats and dogs compare on intelligence, eyesight, sense of smell, hearing and so on. It was light-heartedly presenting it as a kind of battle between the two species, and they had the female presenter, Liz Bonnin, fighting on of behalf of cats, while the male presenter, Chris Packham, was fighting on behalf of dogs. However, the actual animals used in the documentary were males and females of both cats and dogs.
15th May '16 5:42:22 AM Curiousconfusion
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* Invoked in a BBC documentary ''Cats V. Dogs: Which Is Best?'', which was discussing and testing how cats and dogs compare on intelligence, eyesight, sense of smell, hearing and so on. It was light-heartedly presenting it as a kind of battle between the two species, and they had the female presenter, Liz Bonnin, fighting on behalf cats, while the male presenter, Chris Packham, was fighting on behalf of dogs. However, the actual animals used in the documentary were males and females of both cats and dogs.

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* Invoked in a BBC documentary ''Cats V. Dogs: Which Is Best?'', which was discussing and testing how cats and dogs compare on intelligence, eyesight, sense of smell, hearing and so on. It was light-heartedly presenting it as a kind of battle between the two species, and they had the female presenter, Liz Bonnin, fighting on of behalf cats, while the male presenter, Chris Packham, was fighting on behalf of dogs. However, the actual animals used in the documentary were males and females of both cats and dogs.
15th May '16 5:38:18 AM Curiousconfusion
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* Invoked in a BBC documentary ''Cats V. Dogs: Which Is Best?'', which was discussing and testing how cats and dogs compare on intelligence, eyesight, sense of smell, hearing and so on. It was light-heartedly presenting it as a kind of battle between the two species, and they had the female presenter, Liz Bonnin, fighting on behalf cats, while the male presenter, Chris Packham, was fighting on behalf of dogs. However, the actual animals used in the documentary were males and females of both cats and dogs.
5th May '16 3:09:12 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]], [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-530 SCP-530 ("Carl The Variable Dog")]]. Carl sometimes interacts with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-529 SCP-529 Josie]] the Half Cat.
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26th Apr '16 7:07:47 PM Gamermaster
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An AnimalStereotype. See also CatGirl and GenderEqualsBreed. Often a case of HugeGuyTinyGirl. Subtrope of SpeciesEqualsGender.

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An AnimalStereotype. See also CatGirl and GenderEqualsBreed. Often a case of HugeGuyTinyGirl. Subtrope of SpeciesEqualsGender.
SpeciesEqualsGender and CatDogDichotomy.
26th Apr '16 7:19:29 AM fearlessnikki
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* ''WesternAnimation/WatershipDown'' has a farm with a cat and dog. The dog is male and the cat Tab is female. Notable because the cat was male in the book.







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* ''Series/BluesClues'' the titular Blue is a female dog, and there is a male cat in the series too.




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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' - although Rarity's cat Opalescence is female, Applejack's family owns a female dog called Winona. The ''Equestria Girls'' spin-off blurs the lines too, as Spike becomes a dog in the human world - making it a female owner (Twilight) with a male dog.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'' features plenty of male cats - notably the one owned by the (male!) warden.
10th Apr '16 1:50:44 PM brb1006
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* Creator/RosemaryWells's "Yoko" and "Timothy" series has the recurring dog twins Frank and Frank who are both male while most of the cat characters are female such as Grace,Juanita and Sylvia and Olive who showed up in the book "Yoko Learns To Read" and "Yoko's Writes Her Name". Yoko herself is the most notable female cat character.
29th Feb '16 2:58:44 PM Berrenta
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* ''ZanyToTheMax'': Kat the Cat (as well as her 3 sisters) and Doug the Dog ([[NamesTheSame not the one]] from the [[NuttySquirrel Slappy Squirrel]] segments).

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* ''ZanyToTheMax'': ''Zany to the Max'': Kat the Cat (as well as her 3 sisters) and Doug the Dog ([[NamesTheSame not the one]] from the [[NuttySquirrel Slappy Squirrel]] Squirrel segments).
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