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18th May '16 10:50:57 PM Averagemoe
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** Among the [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2016/03/01 excuses]] for why the rest of the class coudn't attend Kaitlens birthday party was "Yarn Drama." It's not revealed who this excuse is from, but it's presumably a cat.
12th May '16 7:04:14 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames: While most of the Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog characters have human-like swimming styles (even Tails' doggy paddle is a ContinuityNod to the Genesis games), Vector the Crocodile has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyHFUmcxrPA&t=2m21s a unique swimming style]], which is functionally identical to the way real crocodiles swim.

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* VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames: ''VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames'': While most of the Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog characters have human-like swimming styles (even Tails' doggy paddle is a ContinuityNod to the Genesis games), Vector the Crocodile has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyHFUmcxrPA&t=2m21s a unique swimming style]], which is functionally identical to the way real crocodiles swim.


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* In ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'' the Charr (large bipedal catfolk) [[RunningOnAllFours drop to all fours]] for their out-of-combat running animation.
7th May '16 8:14:15 PM Pichu-kun
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* The anthropomorphic animal characters in ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' are mostly treated as people, but Kermit occasionally refers to eating insects, Miss Piggy takes offence at references to pork products, and Rowlf frequently makes jokes about being a dog.

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* The anthropomorphic animal characters in ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' are mostly treated as people, but Kermit occasionally refers to eating insects, Miss Piggy takes offence at references to pork products, and Rowlf frequently makes jokes about being a dog. In ''Series/TheMuppets'', Miss Piggy mentions that her anxiety about her broken leg stems from the fact she grow on a farm where when someone broke a leg they were taken away and killed.
6th May '16 5:42:36 PM TARINunit9
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** The dialogue in the series as well was fairly carefully written to make sure they don't say any "human" terms. They refer to each other as "every''pony''" and say things like "lend a hoof", and the entire series as a whole has only slipped up a couple of times. Also, when Twilight had recently returned from the human world and mentioned something being in "good hands," she was asked just what hands were.

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** The dialogue in the series as well was fairly carefully written to make sure they don't say any "human" terms. They refer to each other as "every''pony''" and say things like "lend a hoof", and the entire series as a whole has only slipped up a couple of times. Also, when Twilight had recently returned from the human world and mentioned something being in "good hands," she Rainbow Dash was asked just what hands were.were[[note]]Which is itself a [[SeriesContinuityError continuity error]] because Rainbow Dash knows, but that's for another article[[/note]].
29th Apr '16 1:20:11 PM katrinahood
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* In the commentary for the ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins'' episode "Trouble on Planet Wait-Your-Turn'', Midgel mentions that he was up for hours, preening himself all morning.
9th Apr '16 4:01:24 PM Monolaf317
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* All over the place in WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman. Especially by Mr. Peanutbutter, an anthropomorphic golden retriever who gets excited to go ride in a car and keeps a trunk full of tennis balls.

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* All over the place in WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman.''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman''. Especially by Mr. Peanutbutter, an anthropomorphic golden retriever who gets excited to go ride in a car and keeps a trunk full of tennis balls. You can see all sorts of examples in {{Funny Background Event}}s.
8th Apr '16 11:40:30 AM JapaneseTeeth
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* ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' occasionally has the eponymous monster girls nod back to the quirks of biology that come from being not entirely human. The centaur girl is a vegetarian, the mermaid gets sick from swimming in chlorinated water due to her gills, the lamia is cold blooded and gets lethargic when exposed to cold temperatures, etc.
4th Apr '16 9:49:53 PM Averagemoe
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* Webcomic/OzyAndMillie are inconvinienced by [[http://ozyandmillie.org/2006/06/19/ozy-and-millie-1676/ their lack of sweat glands]].
4th Apr '16 5:24:09 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse'' Daisy and Minnie toss a ball of yarn to Pete (a cat) and he gets distracted by it for a while.



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** In the original cartoon the Turtles only ever pull their heads into their shells ONCE (Possibly a case of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness) and Mikey pulls his head into his shell during the first movie.
** In the 2003 series, the furry reminders are a bit more subtle: they never pull into their shells in this series, but Raphael is able to escape a boat he's trapped on by swimming to the shore even remarking "Good thing Turtles are amphibious!" and in the Garbageman episode, the Turtles just swim to Garbageman's island.
** They also show them shivering and wrapped in blankets in one episode, with one of them lamenting the fact that turtles are cold blooded.

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** In the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 original cartoon cartoon]] the Turtles only ever pull their heads into their shells ONCE (Possibly a case of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness) and Mikey pulls his head into his shell during the first movie.
** In the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 2003 series, series]], the furry reminders are a bit more subtle: they never pull into their shells in this series, but Raphael is able to escape a boat he's trapped on by swimming to the shore even remarking "Good thing Turtles are amphibious!" and in the Garbageman episode, the Turtles just swim to Garbageman's island.
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island. They also show them shivering and wrapped in blankets in one episode, with one of them lamenting the fact that turtles are cold blooded.
4th Apr '16 5:18:50 PM Pichu-kun
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* There is an ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'' episode where, at the start, Kagome gets Inuyasha to fetch a stick, much to his annoyance.

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* ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'':
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There is an ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'' episode where, at the start, Kagome gets Inuyasha to fetch a stick, much to his annoyance.



* The chimeras in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' sometimes exhibit traits of the animals they've been fused with. Some inherit handy things like enhanced senses of smell, increased strength, the ability to climb vertical surfaces or an "animal instinct" which tells them when they should fight and when they should run away, some do things only vaguely related to the animal they're fused with like adhesive saliva projectiles and shooting spines but others just do funny things like pee standing on one leg, something [[SnakesAreSexy Martel]] teases Dorchetto about.
** In ''Brotherhood'', Dorchetto embarassedly/angrily states that [[NeverLiveItDown he only did that once.]]

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* The chimeras in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' sometimes exhibit traits of the animals they've been fused with. Some inherit handy things like enhanced senses of smell, increased strength, the ability to climb vertical surfaces or an "animal instinct" which tells them when they should fight and when they should run away, some do things only vaguely related to the animal they're fused with like adhesive saliva projectiles and shooting spines but others just do funny things like pee standing on one leg, something [[SnakesAreSexy Martel]] teases Dorchetto about.
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about. In ''Brotherhood'', Dorchetto embarassedly/angrily states that [[NeverLiveItDown he only did that once.]]



* This happened occasionally with Meowth in the early ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' episodes. Team Rocket distracted him at least once with a ball of yarn that he excitedly ran after and played with and he was entranced by cat nip.

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* This happened occasionally with Meowth in the early ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' episodes. Team Rocket distracted him at least once with a ball of yarn that he excitedly ran after and played with and he was entranced by cat nip. Later episodes have him using FurryDenial for humor.



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'', Puss In Boots ocassionally gets a hairball. And does the big kitty eyes thing when attempting a surprise attack.

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Puss In Boots ocassionally gets a hairball. And does the big kitty eyes thing when attempting a surprise attack.



* ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} likes to try to eat birds.
** And occasionally he'll shed and hack up hairballs, much to Jon's disgust.

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* ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} likes to try to eat birds.
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birds. He'll also occasionally he'll shed and hack up hairballs, much to Jon's disgust.



* ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'': Sam and Max are a dog and a rabbit. They very rarely actually exhibited animal-like behaviour, until ''The Devil's Playhouse'', where Sam's doglike qualities were suddenly constantly exaggerated for comic effect. More specifically, he's shown to pant with his tongue out in hot places, growl and bark when angry, have trouble eating peanut butter (which is actually the solution to a puzzle), and wear a plastic cone when he gets injured. At one point, Max claims that one of Sam's worst fears is 'being put in a carrier to go to the vet's'.

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* ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'': ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'':
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Sam and Max are a dog and a rabbit. They very rarely actually exhibited animal-like behaviour, until ''The Devil's Playhouse'', where Sam's doglike qualities were suddenly constantly exaggerated for comic effect. More specifically, he's shown to pant with his tongue out in hot places, growl and bark when angry, have trouble eating peanut butter (which is actually the solution to a puzzle), and wear a plastic cone when he gets injured. At one point, Max claims that one of Sam's worst fears is 'being put in a carrier to go to the vet's'.



* In the ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' games, one of the titular protagonist's [[IdleAnimation idle animations]] has him using his cane to scratch his back, which results in one of his legs twitching like a dog's (even though he's a raccoon).
** Possibly justified in that [[TheMoreYouKnow raccoons are caniforms.]]

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* In the ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' games, one of the titular protagonist's [[IdleAnimation idle animations]] has him using his cane to scratch his back, which results in one of his legs twitching like a dog's (even though he's a raccoon).
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raccoon). Possibly justified in that [[TheMoreYouKnow raccoons are caniforms.]]



* The birds in ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'' are mostly an inch between {{Civilized Animal}}s and {{Funny Animal}}s, but Oko San, a fantail pigeon, is more birdlike than the others. He talks in coos which are translated, has a hyperactive, arrogant and [[GeniusDitz extremely stupid personality]], and his 'human' portrait is just a pigeon in a school uniform. He was based on the writer's real life pet bird, and serves mostly to remind the player that the cast really are birds.

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* ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'':
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The birds in ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'' are mostly an inch between {{Civilized Animal}}s and {{Funny Animal}}s, but Oko San, a fantail pigeon, is more birdlike than the others. He talks in coos which are translated, has a hyperactive, arrogant and [[GeniusDitz extremely stupid personality]], and his 'human' portrait is just a pigeon in a school uniform. He was based on the writer's real life pet bird, and serves mostly to remind the player that the cast really are birds.



** Sonic himself can only [[WalkDontSwim walk across the bottom of any body of water]] in most of the main games because hedgehogs are not good swimmers (though they certainly can swim).
* The secondary protagonist of the ''JakAndDaxter'' series, Daxter, actually began the series as a human. However, after his transformation into an [[MixAndMatchCritter ottsel]], he's picked up more animal-like habits. While he normally uses his hind legs for walking and running, he will occasionally drop to all fours, has been seen using one of his hind legs to scratch behind his ears, and likes to be petted and scratched.

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** Sonic himself * ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' can only [[WalkDontSwim walk across the bottom of any body of water]] in most of the main games because hedgehogs are not good swimmers (though they certainly can swim).
* The secondary protagonist of the ''JakAndDaxter'' ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxter'' series, Daxter, actually began the series as a human. However, after his transformation into an [[MixAndMatchCritter ottsel]], he's picked up more animal-like habits. While he normally uses his hind legs for walking and running, he will occasionally drop to all fours, has been seen using one of his hind legs to scratch behind his ears, and likes to be petted and scratched.



* Black Betty, a superhero from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' who possesses animalistic "skunk powers", including a fairly impressive set of claws, fangs, and a nicely heightened sense of smell in addition to the first thing you thought of when you read the phrase "skunk powers". She's been known to make involuntary musk attacks when startled or surprised.

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Black Betty, a superhero from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' who possesses animalistic "skunk powers", including a fairly impressive set of claws, fangs, and a nicely heightened sense of smell in addition to the first thing you thought of when you read the phrase "skunk powers". She's been known to make involuntary musk attacks when startled or surprised.



* In ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'', the writers often reference anatomy or behaviors of the nonhuman characters to reinforce the point that they are well, nonhuman. Canine, feline and equine characters often have their ears described as flattening or pivoting towards sounds and in response to various stimuli. Snake characters are always mentioned as slithering or having fangs or gulping down food whole. Avian characters are sometimes shown using their beaks as weapons.

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* In ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'', the ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'':
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writers often reference anatomy or behaviors of the nonhuman characters to reinforce the point that they are well, nonhuman. Canine, feline and equine characters often have their ears described as flattening or pivoting towards sounds and in response to various stimuli. Snake characters are always mentioned as slithering or having fangs or gulping down food whole. Avian characters are sometimes shown using their beaks as weapons.



* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', when [[spoiler:Blake]] inadvertently reveals herself to be a [[LittleBitBeastly cat]] [[FantasticRacism Faunus]], a shocked Ruby remarks: [[note]]The line was [[ThrowItIn improvised]] by her actress, so it probably falls under RuleOfFunny.[[/note]]

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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', when ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'':
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[[spoiler:Blake]] inadvertently reveals herself to be a [[LittleBitBeastly cat]] [[FantasticRacism Faunus]], a shocked Ruby remarks: [[note]]The line was [[ThrowItIn improvised]] by her actress, so it probably falls under RuleOfFunny.[[/note]]



* WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants bragged that he could "reproduce by budding", and then proved it by sprouting multiple heads.

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* WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'':
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bragged that he could "reproduce by budding", and then proved it by sprouting multiple heads.



*** He also sporadically inks when he's temporarily turned into a giant.
*** He inks again in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongeBobMovieSpongeOutOfWater''. Spongebob uses it to save the gang from Pelican Island.

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*** He also sporadically inks when he's temporarily turned into a giant.
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giant. He inks again in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongeBobMovieSpongeOutOfWater''. Spongebob uses it to save the gang from Pelican Island.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' - the Chicken-Lawyer, with a very Matlock-style bearing, is reassuring a little girl on the witness stand, then suddenly lunges at her with an alarming squawk.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' - the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
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Chicken-Lawyer, with a very Matlock-style bearing, is reassuring a little girl on the witness stand, then suddenly lunges at her with an alarming squawk.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' - In the episode "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)", Homer encounters his spirit guide, a "Space Coyote" (talking coyote), who explains to Homer that he must go on a quest to find his soul mate. After about a minute, when the conversation begins to get serious and intellectual, the coyote unexpectedly begins aggressively gnawing on Homer's ankle. Homer kicks him off and says "Hey! Knock it off!" to which the coyote responds "Sorry, I am a coyote".

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' - ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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In the episode "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)", Homer encounters his spirit guide, a "Space Coyote" (talking coyote), who explains to Homer that he must go on a quest to find his soul mate. After about a minute, when the conversation begins to get serious and intellectual, the coyote unexpectedly begins aggressively gnawing on Homer's ankle. Homer kicks him off and says "Hey! Knock it off!" to which the coyote responds "Sorry, I am a coyote".



* In ''MickeyMouseClubhouse'', Daisy and Minnie toss a ball of yarn to Pete (a cat) and he gets distracted by it for a while.

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* In ''MickeyMouseClubhouse'', ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse'' Daisy and Minnie toss a ball of yarn to Pete (a cat) and he gets distracted by it for a while.



* In one cartoon shown within the show, HouseOfMouse, Mickey says that Pete is the only cat that Pluto can chase.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'':
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In one cartoon shown within the show, HouseOfMouse, Mickey says that Pete is the only cat that Pluto can chase.



* In the original ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' series ponies had a SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism [[DependingOnTheWriter depending]] on the media. In the media where they were more like PartiallyCivilizedAnimal's, like ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'', they still exhibited behavior of horses like licking or nuzzling each other in a non-romantic way.
** The female-to-male ratio in all series is an unintentional (?) case. Feral horse groups lack males for the most part, with rarely over two adult males. Stallions tend to group together.. This is officially what happens in ''MyLittlePonyAndFriends'' with the Big Brother Ponies, as they're racing around the world on their own while the females are living in Dream Valley. In the toy line almost all adult males either live separate from the females or have families.

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* 'Franchise/MyLittlePony'':
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In the original ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' series G1 ponies had a SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism [[DependingOnTheWriter depending]] on the media. In the media where they were more like PartiallyCivilizedAnimal's, {{Partially Civilized Animal}}s, like ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'', they still exhibited behavior of horses like licking or nuzzling each other in a non-romantic way.
** The female-to-male ratio in all series is an unintentional (?) case. Feral horse groups lack males for the most part, with rarely over two adult males. Stallions tend to group together.. together... This is officially what happens in ''MyLittlePonyAndFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'' with the Big Brother Ponies, as they're racing around the world on their own while the females are living in Dream Valley. In the toy line almost all adult males either live separate from the females or have families.



* Many in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Creator/LaurenFaust wanted it to be clear that the ponies were ''ponies'', not pony-shaped humans. This is mainly and most clearly done through [[ShownTheirWork careful integration of actions that actual horses do.]] In fact, her reaction to the [[http://www.equestriadaily.com/2011/07/animation-magazine-posts-bridlemaids.html Bridlemaids ad]] was, "HUMAN POSES!!! AAARRRRGH!!!" Even the slight AnthropomorphicShift of Season 2 doesn't stop the reminders from coming.

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* Many in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Creator/LaurenFaust wanted it to be clear that the ponies were ''ponies'', not pony-shaped humans. This is mainly and most clearly done through [[ShownTheirWork careful integration of actions that actual horses do.]] In fact, her reaction to the [[http://www.equestriadaily.com/2011/07/animation-magazine-posts-bridlemaids.html Bridlemaids ad]] was, "HUMAN POSES!!! AAARRRRGH!!!" Even the slight AnthropomorphicShift of Season 2 doesn't stop the reminders from coming.coming:



* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse'', Pete is acknowledged to be a cat.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse'', ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse'':
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Pete is acknowledged to be a cat.



* ''WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy'' has a lot of this, mostly from Dudley Puppy. Dudley often chews his own butt and uses his sense of smell to find clues.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy'' has a lot of this, mostly from Dudley Puppy. Puppy:
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Dudley often chews his own butt and uses his sense of smell to find clues.



*** Also Sylvester and Tweety are always shown as house pets.
*** Ditto for Coyote eating Roadrunner, who also are always shown [[ShownTheirWork in the southwest American desert, the natural habitat of real roadrunners]].

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*** Also ** Sylvester and Tweety are always shown as house pets.
*** Ditto ** Coyote's wants for Coyote eating Roadrunner, who Roadrunner are similar to Sylvester's motivations. They are also are always shown [[ShownTheirWork in the southwest American desert, the natural habitat of real roadrunners]].



* Very VERY rare occurrence in WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles}}. In the original cartoon the Turtles only ever pull their heads into their shells ONCE (Possibly a case of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness) and Mikey pulls his head into his shell during the first movie. In the 2003 series, the furry reminders are a bit more subtle: they never pull into their shells in this series, but Raphael is able to escape a boat he's trapped on by swimming to the shore even remarking "Good thing Turtles are amphibious!" and in the Garbageman episode, the Turtles just swim to Garbageman's island.

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* Very VERY rare occurrence in WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Franchise/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles}}. Turtles}}:
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In the original cartoon the Turtles only ever pull their heads into their shells ONCE (Possibly a case of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness) and Mikey pulls his head into his shell during the first movie. movie.
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In the 2003 series, the furry reminders are a bit more subtle: they never pull into their shells in this series, but Raphael is able to escape a boat he's trapped on by swimming to the shore even remarking "Good thing Turtles are amphibious!" and in the Garbageman episode, the Turtles just swim to Garbageman's island.



*** One big one in the original cartoon. Shredder uses a heat-sinking missile. The above is brought up. Missile turns around and goes for Shredder.

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*** ** One big one in the original cartoon. Shredder uses a heat-sinking missile. The above is brought up. Missile turns around and goes for Shredder.



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}'', Entree (a cow/chicken/pig/shrimp hybrid) has had this happen to him a few times. In "Brothers In Farms", Aperatif makes him lay an egg (wait, [[AnimalGenderBender "him"]]?). The episode "Juice" revolves around him finding out he makes delicious milk. In "Cleaning Up", when Patricia says Entree's not for eating, Entree replies "Uhmmm, actually...", and in "My Fair Sharkbunny", Peri and the Wunny Sharbit identify him as both "friend and food". In "Mr. Wrinkles In Time", Peri and Entree disguise as ice cream in order to get into Smarty Smarts' lab, leading to Smarty Smarts calling his ice cream terrible because "I don't care if it was free-it has feathers!"

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}'':
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Entree (a cow/chicken/pig/shrimp hybrid) has had this happen to him a few times. In "Brothers In Farms", Aperatif makes him lay an egg (wait, [[AnimalGenderBender "him"]]?). The episode "Juice" revolves around him finding out he makes delicious milk. In "Cleaning Up", when Patricia says Entree's not for eating, Entree replies "Uhmmm, actually...", and in "My Fair Sharkbunny", Peri and the Wunny Sharbit identify him as both "friend and food". In "Mr. Wrinkles In Time", Peri and Entree disguise as ice cream in order to get into Smarty Smarts' lab, leading to Smarty Smarts calling his ice cream terrible because "I don't care if it was free-it has feathers!"



* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': Perry the Platypus was shown to sweat milk in "Does This Duckbill Make Me Look Fat?", and in "Primal Perry" Doofenshmirtz finds out he has poisonous ankle barbs.
* Rigby seems to be the only one who does this in ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', in that he occasionally [[RunningOnAllFours runs on all fours]] like the raccoon he is. Mordecai, meanwhile, never flies or does anything else birdlike.
** Benson is non-animal example -- for example unicorns have taken gum from him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': Perry the Platypus was shown to sweat milk in "Does This Duckbill Make Me Look Fat?", and in "Primal Perry" Doofenshmirtz finds out he has poisonous ankle barbs.
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Rigby seems to be the only one who does this in ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', this, in that he occasionally [[RunningOnAllFours runs on all fours]] like the raccoon he is. Mordecai, meanwhile, never flies or does anything else birdlike.
** Benson is non-animal example -- example-- for example unicorns have taken gum from him.



* Brandy on ''WesternAnimation/BrandyAndMrWhiskers'' stays firmly on the human side apart from the occasional tail-wag whenever excited, but in one episode, she began acting more like a real dog when she discovered she was really a mixed-breed.

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Brandy on ''WesternAnimation/BrandyAndMrWhiskers'' stays firmly on the human side apart from the occasional tail-wag whenever excited, but in one episode, she began acting more like a real dog when she discovered she was really a mixed-breed.


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* Sticks offends a walrus in ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' by telling her she has enough blubber for the winter.
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