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6th Jul '17 12:08:54 PM Geosternbergia
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** 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]]
-->''"She ''does'' like tuna a lot..."''
** Given a CallBack in Season 3: when all the other characters order bowls of noodles at a restaurant, she orders a huge platter of (apparently raw) fish. She is seen drooling over this, and is the most enthusiastic about the meal.
** Similarly, her cat ears twitch when listening to distant noises.
** Yang ''invokes'' this at one point, by shining a laser pointer at her to get her close enough to have a private conversation. It works... only because she was irritated by it shining while she was working, not mesmerized.
** Additionally, she is the only member of the team to dislike the [[AnimalJingoism puppy]] that Ruby and Yang's father sent.
** ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi'' uses this for humor. Blake is afraid of vacuums.

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** When [[spoiler:Blake]] Blake inadvertently reveals herself to be a [[LittleBitBeastly cat]] [[FantasticRacism Faunus]], a shocked Ruby remarks: remarks, "She ''does'' like tuna a lot." [[note]]The line was [[ThrowItIn improvised]] by her actress, so it probably falls under RuleOfFunny.[[/note]]
-->''"She ''does'' like
[[/note]] More hints at her nature as a CatGirl turn up from that point forward, including her cat ears twitching when listening to distant noises, and being the only member of the team to [[AnimalJingoism dislike]] the PreciousPuppy, Zwei, that Ruby and Yang's father sends to them in Volume 2. Yang also ''invokes'' this trope at one point, by shining a laser pointer at her to get her close enough to have a private conversation, though it only works because she was irritated by it shining while she was working, not mesmerized. The tuna a lot..."''
** Given
remark is also given a CallBack in Season 3: when all the other characters order bowls of noodles at a restaurant, she orders a huge platter of (apparently raw) fish. She fish, is seen drooling over this, and is the most enthusiastic about the meal.
** Similarly, her cat ears twitch when listening to distant noises.
** Yang ''invokes'' this at one point, by shining a laser pointer at her to get her close enough to have a private conversation. It works... only because she was irritated by it shining while she was working, not mesmerized.
** Additionally, she is the only member of the team to dislike the [[AnimalJingoism puppy]] that Ruby and Yang's father sent.
** ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi''
meal. The spinoff series, ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi'', uses this for humor. humor, depicting Blake is as being afraid of vacuums.vacuums and peeking out of a box after climbing into it, and her rivalry with Zwei is an occasional RunningGag.
** In one skit in ''Chibi'', to reprimand Zwei, Ruby uses a dog whistle, which attracts the ire of Blake and Velvet, who both have animal ears with far more sensitive hearing than normal humans. Blake angrily slaps the whistle out of Ruby's hand before storming off, still visibly irritated with Ruby at the noise.
4th Jul '17 9:52:26 PM Dravencour
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** The chief priest of the temple hosting the Tenkaichi tournaments is a humanoid dog. His speech at the start of the 21st is a single word: "Woff!"

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** The chief priest of the temple hosting the Tenkaichi tournaments is a humanoid dog. His speech at the start of the 21st is a single word: "Woff!""Woof!"
13th Jun '17 12:33:53 PM goldenvesper
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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.

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** One big one in the original cartoon. Shredder uses a heat-sinking heat-seeking missile. The above is brought up. Missile turns around and goes for Shredder.
7th Jun '17 7:09:05 PM CnHGirl
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* In ''Webcomic/SequentialArt'' Kat deals with some birds that were annoying her and Art in a rather [[http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.php?s=889 species-characteristic manner]].

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* In ''Webcomic/SequentialArt'' Kat deals with some birds that were annoying her and Art in a rather [[http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.php?s=889 species-characteristic manner]]. She also gets very excited at the idea of playing with yarn, although it's expressed as a borderline-erotic fascination.



* While they are mainly used as analogues for humans, the cats of ''Webcomic/{{Lackadaisy}}'' will display some feline tics, usually for comedic effect. Rocky's pupils dilate when he's excited or hyperfocused (or high, which is the only time it happens to Mordecai). For all the characters, their tail fur bristles when they're frightened, their ears pull back when they're sad or upset, and their tails tend to twitch when they're annoyed or engaging in predatory behavior. A side comic has Mordecai trying to kill a spider with his shoe, only he's lunging after it much like a cat does while hunting.

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* While they are mainly used as analogues for humans, the cats of ''Webcomic/{{Lackadaisy}}'' will display some feline tics, usually for comedic effect. Rocky's pupils dilate when he's excited or hyperfocused hyper-focused (or high, which is the only time it happens to Mordecai). For all the characters, their tail fur bristles when they're frightened, their ears pull back when they're sad or upset, and their tails tend to twitch when they're annoyed or engaging in predatory behavior. A side comic has Mordecai trying to kill a spider with his shoe, only he's lunging after it much on all-fours like a cat does while hunting.hunting, complete with flicking tail.
2nd Jun '17 3:08:49 PM CnHGirl
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* ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance'': Sawyer's ear twitches when she's annoyed, she yowls realistically when her tail is caught in a door, and when a fire escape ladder hits the ground with her on it, she jumps off with fur bristled, claws out, and eyes darting about neurotically, before immediately composing herself and acting like nothing happened.



* In ''WesternAnimation/Madagascar3EuropesMostWanted'' in the scene where Vitaly the tiger and Alex the lion are arguing about the former's leaving, Alex tries to tear out some of Vitaly's things, he droppes ball of yarn and they both spontaneously start to throw it up like regular cats. It's brought up a few times in the movies that the characters still age at the same rate as their real-life counterparts. In the first film, Marty the zebra reaches his 10th birthday and claims that his life is already half over. In ''Europe's Most Wanted'', Alex asks if Gia the jaguar is five during their banter, to which she replies that she is.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/Madagascar3EuropesMostWanted'' in the scene where Vitaly the tiger and Alex the lion are arguing about the former's leaving, Alex tries to tear out some of Vitaly's things, he droppes dropps ball of yarn and they both spontaneously start to throw it up like regular cats. It's brought up a few times in the movies that the characters still age at the same rate as their real-life counterparts. In the first film, Marty the zebra reaches his 10th birthday and claims that his life is already half over. In ''Europe's Most Wanted'', Alex asks if Gia the jaguar is five during their banter, to which she replies that she is.
2nd Jun '17 3:03:38 PM CnHGirl
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* While they are mainly used as analogues for humans, the cats of ''Webcomic/{{Lackadaisy}}'' will display some feline tics, usually for comedic effect. Rocky's pupils dilate when he's excited or hyperfocused (or high, which is the only time it happens to Mordecai). For all the characters, their tail fur bristles when they're frightened, their ears pull back when they're sad or upset, and their tails tend to twitch when they're annoyed or engaging in predatory behavior. A side comic has Mordecai trying to kill a spider with his shoe, only he's lunging after it much like a cat does while hunting.
20th May '17 10:03:07 PM RandomnessUnlimited
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** In the episode "Let's Play Justice Masters", Mr. Cat pats the couch with both hands and then walks in circles on all fours before curling up to sleep on it.
19th May '17 8:22:00 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'', Shelena the werewolf has a canine reproductive cycle, including being in heat. It doesn't seem to impact her behaviour, though.
8th May '17 2:15:49 PM legendaryweredragon
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* ''Anime/AggressiveRetsuko'':
** In one episode Eaglette, who is a bird, reveals that [[FrozenFace she does not have facial muscles.]]
** In another episode, Ape Admin, a gorilla, pounds on her chest when she is excited.
27th Apr '17 5:50:00 AM TrendingToon1
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* In '' WesternAnimation/AlvinnnAndTheChipmunks'' all six chipmunk characters look more humanoid than ever before. They avoid FurIsSkin by having stripes on their noses. They're also not human sized and have tails.

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* In '' WesternAnimation/AlvinnnAndTheChipmunks'' all six chipmunk characters look more humanoid than ever before. They avoid FurIsSkin by having stripes on their noses. They're also not [[RodentsOfUnusualSize human sized sized]] and have tails.
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