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18th Sep '16 9:08:50 AM DrY9K
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* ''Film/MeetTheFeebeles'', another film with anthropomorphic animal characters, has several:

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* ''Film/MeetTheFeebeles'', ''Film/MeetTheFeebles'', another film with anthropomorphic animal characters, has several:
18th Sep '16 9:07:13 AM DrY9K
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* ''Film/MeetTheFeebeles'', another film with anthropomorphic animal characters, has several:
** Bletch, a WilyWalrus, devours a fish character in one scene (and later vomits him back up).
** Heidi, a hippo, is a BigEater.
** F.W. Fly, a...well, fly, is seen eating a lump of poop in one scene. Harry also assaults him with a flyswatter and bug spray.
** Harry himself is a hare who catches a bad case of [[spoiler:bunny pox]] after having too much sex.
** And lastly, Robert, a hedgehog, is known to [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking roll into a ball when he's nervous.]]
7th Sep '16 10:40:04 PM Gatordragon24
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MightyMagiswords'', Gateaux the wizard cat can be distracted by a laser pointer like any other cat.
18th Aug '16 9:37:58 PM Averagemoe
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* Technically a scaly reminder in ''Webcomic/{{Cloudscratcher''Ixia expresses her desire for pancakes by flicking her tongue.

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* Technically a scaly reminder in ''Webcomic/{{Cloudscratcher''Ixia Webcomic/{{Cloudscratcher}} Ixia expresses her desire for pancakes by flicking her tongue.
14th Aug '16 12:18:55 AM Antwan
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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'':
** Big the Cat chased a ball of yarn.

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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'':
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''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'': Big the Cat chased a ball of yarn.



** 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 occasionally gets a hairball. And does the big kitty eyes thing when attempting a surprise attack.



* In the climax of ''Film/{{Ted}}'', the eponymous teddy bear rips in half.

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* In the climax of ''Film/{{Ted}}'', the eponymous teddy bear rips gets ripped in half.



--> I don't suppose there's a chance of a little sniff...
--> None whatsoever.

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--> I -->''I don't suppose there's a chance of a little sniff...
--> None whatsoever.
sniff...''
-->''None whatsoever.''



--->'''Sam''': ''(beaten up and disraught)'' They kicked me -- and punched me -- and swatted my nose with a rolled-up magazine.

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--->'''Sam''': ''(beaten up and disraught)'' distraught)'' They kicked me -- and punched me -- and swatted my nose with a rolled-up magazine.



--> Sakuya sticks his beak in the air and coos irritatedly.

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--> Sakuya ''Sakuya sticks his beak in the air and coos irritatedly.''



* In ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', Petunia and Disco Bear were on a date, and Disco Bear acts a bit too... forward... with her as they're in the parked car. Cut to a shot of Disco Bear getting sprayed while Petunia is off screen. Since she's a skunk, that probably wasn't Mace....
* In the [[http://www.springhole.net/quizzes/marysue.htm Universal Mary-Sue Litmus Test]], one of the "De-Suifier" questions asks "If your character is a non-human, does he/she react in very non-human ways or in ways more appropriate to his/her species?" Hovering over the word "reacts" lists some examples, including "A wolf hybrid whose first instinct is to eat the roadkill" and "A half-cat who actually spits at people he/she finds threatening".

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* In ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', Petunia and Disco Bear were on a date, and Disco Bear acts a bit too... forward... with her as they're in the parked car. Cut to a shot of Disco Bear getting sprayed while Petunia is off screen. Since she's a skunk, that probably wasn't Mace....
* In the [[http://www.springhole.net/quizzes/marysue.htm Universal Mary-Sue Litmus Test]], one of the "De-Suifier" questions asks "If your character is a non-human, does he/she react in very non-human ways or in ways more appropriate to his/her species?" Hovering over the word "reacts" lists some examples, including "A wolf hybrid whose first instinct is to eat the roadkill" and "A half-cat who actually spits at people he/she finds threatening".
mace...



* A somewhat bizarre example in RanZar's ''WebAnimation/TankToons'', where occasionally there will be nods to them being mechanical such as drinking fuel out of a jerry can, or they may react to something that displeases them by loading it into their mouth and firing it.

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* A somewhat bizarre example in RanZar's [=RanZar=]'s ''WebAnimation/TankToons'', where occasionally there will be nods to them being mechanical such as drinking fuel out of a jerry can, or they may react to something that displeases them by loading it into their mouth and firing it.



* Technically a scaly reminder in Webcomic/{{Cloudscratcher}}. Ixia expresses her desire for pancakes by flicking her tongue.

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* Technically a scaly reminder in Webcomic/{{Cloudscratcher}}. Ixia ''Webcomic/{{Cloudscratcher''Ixia expresses her desire for pancakes by flicking her tongue.



** 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.

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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 couldn't attend Kaitlens Kaitlen's birthday party was "Yarn Drama." Drama". It's not revealed who this excuse is from, but it's presumably a cat.



* In the [[http://www.springhole.net/quizzes/marysue.htm Universal Mary-Sue Litmus Test]], one of the "De-Suifier" questions asks "If your character is a non-human, does he/she react in very non-human ways or in ways more appropriate to his/her species?" Hovering over the word "reacts" lists some examples, including "A wolf hybrid whose first instinct is to eat the roadkill" and "A half-cat who actually spits at people he/she finds threatening".






14th Aug '16 12:10:56 AM Antwan
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* In ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', Petunia and Disco Bear were on a date, and Disco Bear acts a bit too... forward... with her as they're in the parked car. Cut to a shot of Disco Bear getting sprayed while Petunia is off screen. Since she's a skunk, that probably wasn't Mace....
* In the [[http://www.springhole.net/quizzes/marysue.htm Universal Mary-Sue Litmus Test]], one of the "De-Suifier" questions asks "If your character is a non-human, does he/she react in very non-human ways or in ways more appropriate to his/her species?" Hovering over the word "reacts" lists some examples, including "A wolf hybrid whose first instinct is to eat the roadkill" and "A half-cat who actually spits at people he/she finds threatening".
* In ''WebAnimation/FallOfTheCrystalEmpire'', Princess Luna gives a decidedly horse-like snort in contempt of King Sombra's attempt to [[WeCanRuleTogether turn her to his side]].
* ''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]]
-->''"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.
* Tried and failed in ''WebAnimation/DusksDawn''. The De Noir son states that he's turning nine, and at the start of the musical number sings that "Today I am/A kid no more". Problem: real stallions are considered mature somewhere between a year to three years old (depending on the rancher), and in [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic [=FiM=]]], there's at least one normal character (Grannie Smith) who's lived to be at ''least'' one hundred years old, implying that MLP ponies age at human rates. So either De Noir is an incredibly slow bloomer, or he's kidding himself about being an adult.
* A somewhat bizarre example in RanZar's ''WebAnimation/TankToons'', where occasionally there will be nods to them being mechanical such as drinking fuel out of a jerry can, or they may react to something that displeases them by loading it into their mouth and firing it.
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* In ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', Petunia and Disco Bear were on a date, and Disco Bear acts a bit too... forward... with her as they're in the parked car. Cut to a shot of Disco Bear getting sprayed while Petunia is off screen. Since she's a skunk, that probably wasn't Mace....
* In the [[http://www.springhole.net/quizzes/marysue.htm Universal Mary-Sue Litmus Test]], one of the "De-Suifier" questions asks "If your character is a non-human, does he/she react in very non-human ways or in ways more appropriate to his/her species?" Hovering over the word "reacts" lists some examples, including "A wolf hybrid whose first instinct is to eat the roadkill" and "A half-cat who actually spits at people he/she finds threatening".



* In ''WebAnimation/FallOfTheCrystalEmpire'', Princess Luna gives a decidedly horse-like snort in contempt of King Sombra's attempt to [[WeCanRuleTogether turn her to his side]].



* ''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]]
-->"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.
* Tried and failed in ''WebAnimation/DusksDawn''. The De Noir son states that he's turning nine, and at the start of the musical number sings that "Today I am/A kid no more". Problem: real stallions are considered mature somewhere between a year to three years old (depending on the rancher), and in [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic [=FiM=]]], there's at least one normal character (Grannie Smith) who's lived to be at ''least'' one hundred years old, implying that MLP ponies age at human rates. So either De Noir is an incredibly slow bloomer, or he's kidding himself about being an adult.



* A somewhat bizarre example in RanZar's TankToons, where occasionally there will be nods to them being mechanical such as drinking fuel out of a jerry can, or they may react to something that displeases them by loading it into their mouth and firing it.
6th Aug '16 8:09:25 PM BackgroundGuy
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* This trope is what keeps ''Webcomic/TheGamercat'' running. Everything from specific gags about their feline nature (how cats throw up, how they clean themselves, how humans only ever hear their speech as meowing) to things that simply remind us they may be gamers first, but they ''are'' cats in the end (their body language, their size relative to their smartphones).

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* This trope is what keeps ''Webcomic/TheGamercat'' running. Everything from specific gags about their feline nature (how cats throw up, how they clean themselves, how humans only ever hear their speech as meowing) body language) to things that simply remind us they may be gamers first, but they ''are'' cats in the end (their body language, their size relative to their smartphones).([=GaMERCaT=] will jump onto the demo kiosk in front of you and start cleaning his privates if you take too long playing the demo and he wants a turn).
6th Aug '16 8:07:07 PM BackgroundGuy
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* Webcomic/OzyAndMillie are inconvinienced by [[http://ozyandmillie.org/2006/06/19/ozy-and-millie-1676/ their lack of sweat glands]].

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* Webcomic/OzyAndMillie are inconvinienced inconvenienced by [[http://ozyandmillie.org/2006/06/19/ozy-and-millie-1676/ their lack of sweat glands]].


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* This trope is what keeps ''Webcomic/TheGamercat'' running. Everything from specific gags about their feline nature (how cats throw up, how they clean themselves, how humans only ever hear their speech as meowing) to things that simply remind us they may be gamers first, but they ''are'' cats in the end (their body language, their size relative to their smartphones).
3rd Aug '16 4:43:25 PM GooglePlexPower
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndScrappyDoo'', Scooby and Scrappy both got this occasionally. It's a bit more noticable with Scrappy, who was the more anthropomorphic of the two. When he got really worked up he'd start putting barks in midsentence, and when the gang was running, he ran on all fours.
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