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9th Jul '17 3:19:38 PM TonyG
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%%* ''WesternAnimationTheAntBully''
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* ''Disney/TheRescuers'' and ''Disney/TheRescuersDownUnder''

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAntBully'' has a boy shrunk down and finding himself among a colony of anthropomorphic ants.
* ''WesternAnimation/BeeMovie'' starts out as a MouseWorld, with the bees not interacting with humans. Then Barry decides to talk to human Vanessa and they strike up a friendship. This leads to Barry learning that humans harvest honey without the bee's consent, and he ends up filing a lawsuit in human court... and winning.
* ''Disney/TheRescuers'' and ''Disney/TheRescuersDownUnder''''Disney/TheRescuersDownUnder''. Mice and other small animals are part of an international organization that rescues young children. The children communicate with animals easily; it is implied that they lose that ability in adulthood.



%%* ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}''

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%%* ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}''* ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}''
** Throughout the first film, the zoo animals (particularly Alex) walk on their hind legs and exhibit some human behavior, yet none of the humans seem to find it out of the ordinary. Their human handlers perform tasks like massaging and serving food in fancy tureens as if they were human celebrities, but otherwise, humans act as if they were just normal animals. AnimalTalk appears to be in effect, as seen when Alex calls the police, but his words sound like roaring on the other end of the line.
** The third film has the Zoo Crew managing an all-animal circus, using the chimpanzees Mason and Phil disguised as "the King of Versailles" as proxies to deal directly with the human characters. Also, there is a non-anthropomorphized bear among the circus' {{Civilized Animal}}s.
** In ''WesternAnimation/PenguinsOfMadagascar'', the penguins meet an elite team of animals called the North Wind, which use high-tech human technology, as opposed to the penguins' BambooTechnology, with no explanation as to how they obtained it. The villain is an octopus that can disguise himself as human, and is even able to talk to them, which none of the other characters in the franchise seem to be able to do.
9th Jul '17 11:28:34 AM TonyG
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* The Toon characters in ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' include a mix of FunnyAnimals (Roger, the weasels), humans (Jessica, Baby Herman) and {{Animate Inanimate Object}}s (Benny the Cab, the bullets on Eddie's toon gun). All of them are freely interacting with live-action humans, although they are considered an ethnic minority.



** The "Islands" mini-series in Season 8 confirms the existence of humans outside of Ooo. It also confirms that one recurring character, [[spoiler:Susan Strong]], was human all along.



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar''

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4th Apr '17 11:14:49 AM lillolillo
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* For the most part, ''Anime/NightOnTheGalacticRailroad'' uses cat-people as stands-in for people... but then about 75 minutes in, three humans get on the train.

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* For the most part, ''Anime/NightOnTheGalacticRailroad'' ''Literature/NightOnTheGalacticRailroad'' uses cat-people as stands-in for people... but then about 75 minutes in, three humans get on the train.
28th Feb '17 3:28:37 PM StFan
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* In ''Comicbook/{{Grandville}}'', humans are a [[FantasticRacism despised minority]], derogatorily referred to as [[FantasticSlur doughfaces]]. (In ''Grandville: Noel'', which features both the rise of a Nazi-like movement and the origins of this world's Christianity, doughfaces are clearly parallel to Jews.)

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Grandville}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Grandville}}'', humans are a [[FantasticRacism despised minority]], derogatorily referred to as [[FantasticSlur doughfaces]]. (In ''Grandville: Noel'', which features both the rise of a Nazi-like movement and the origins of this world's Christianity, doughfaces are clearly parallel to Jews.)



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* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' started out with an all-human cast, but gradually introduced funny animals (most notably Opus the Penguin).
* ''ComicStrip/PricklyCity'' has a female human and a cast of desert-related funny animals.
* Snoopy from ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' plays baseball, decorates his dog house, but still is treated as if he was a regular dog for the most part.
* The cats in the ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' comics, movies, specials, and the two TV shows ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheGarfieldShow''.
* Played with in ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''. Calvin doesn't think there's anything weird about hanging out with a upright-walking talking tiger, but most people think that's absurd; which may be why everyone except Calvin sees Hobbes as an ordinary stuffed animal. In one strip, Calvin tells a joke about a conversation between a man and his dog. Hobbes asks [[ArbitrarySkepticism how the dog was able to talk]].
* The company in ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' has few, if any, concerns about humans having {{Funny Animal}}s as co-workers or even supervisors.
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* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' started out with an all-human cast, but gradually introduced funny animals (most notably Opus the Penguin).
* ''ComicStrip/PricklyCity'' has a female human and a cast of desert-related funny animals.
* Snoopy from ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' plays baseball, decorates his dog house, but still is treated as if he was a regular dog for the most part.
* The cats in the ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' comics, movies, specials, and the two TV shows ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheGarfieldShow''.
* Played with in ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''. Calvin doesn't think there's anything weird about hanging out with a upright-walking talking tiger, but most people think that's absurd; which may be why everyone except Calvin sees Hobbes as an ordinary stuffed animal. In one strip, Calvin tells a joke about a conversation between a man and his dog. Hobbes asks [[ArbitrarySkepticism how the dog was able to talk]].
* The company in ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' has few, if any, concerns about humans having {{Funny Animal}}s as co-workers or even supervisors.
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* ''KingdomHearts''. Come on, you've got Sora fighting ''alongside'' Donald and Goofy.

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* ''KingdomHearts''.''VideoGame/KingdomHearts''. Come on, you've got Sora fighting ''alongside'' Donald and Goofy.



*** Simba also comments on the fact that Sora looks different than he remembered, as he was a summon from the original [[{{VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI}} game]] who fought alongside a human Sora, and suddenly he's a lion cub!

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*** Simba also comments on the fact that Sora looks different than he remembered, as he was a summon from the original [[{{VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI}} [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI game]] who fought alongside a human Sora, and suddenly he's a lion cub!



[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' mainly features odd stylized characters that are [[CartoonCreature variously not-quite-human and obviously-not-human]], but also features human characters, usually shown in live-action, although a couple have been animated 'in-person' (Crack Stuntman, his fellow voice actors and his boss A. Chimendez - the RecycledINSPACE versions of Limozeen don't count because they're in a ShowWithinAShow). The [=SBCG4AP=] episode Baddest of the Bands touches upon the concept of humans co-existing with the odd denizens of Free Country USA, with a human named Wade leaving a message on Marzipan's answering machine in which he calls her a 'baseball-bat dude', and calls Strong Mad and The Cheat 'creatures', saying that they freak people out.
%%* ''WebAnimation/{{Arfenhouse}}'', definitely.
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* The ''FreeRIDErs'' setting is primarily composed of humans turned into nekos by machines called RIDEs. Not everyone has a RIDE, but those who spend too much time in one has a chance of ending up as a petting zoo person.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' mainly features odd stylized characters that are [[CartoonCreature variously not-quite-human and obviously-not-human]], but also features human characters, usually shown in live-action, although a couple have been animated 'in-person' (Crack Stuntman, his fellow voice actors and his boss A. Chimendez - the RecycledINSPACE versions of Limozeen don't count because they're in a ShowWithinAShow). The SBCG4AP episode Baddest of the Bands touches upon the concept of humans co-existing with the odd denizens of Free Country USA, with a human named Wade leaving a message on Marzipan's answering machine in which he calls her a 'baseball-bat dude', and calls Strong Mad and The Cheat 'creatures', saying that they freak people out.
* ''WebAnimation/{{Arfenhouse}}'', definitely.

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* The ''FreeRIDErs'' ''[=FreeRIDErs=]'' setting is primarily composed of humans turned into nekos by machines called RIDEs. Not everyone has a RIDE, but those who spend too much time in one has a chance of ending up as a petting zoo person.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' mainly features odd stylized characters that are [[CartoonCreature variously not-quite-human and obviously-not-human]], but also features human characters, usually shown in live-action, although a couple have been animated 'in-person' (Crack Stuntman, his fellow voice actors and his boss A. Chimendez - the RecycledINSPACE versions of Limozeen don't count because they're in a ShowWithinAShow). The SBCG4AP episode Baddest of the Bands touches upon the concept of humans co-existing with the odd denizens of Free Country USA, with a human named Wade leaving a message on Marzipan's answering machine in which he calls her a 'baseball-bat dude', and calls Strong Mad and The Cheat 'creatures', saying that they freak people out.
* ''WebAnimation/{{Arfenhouse}}'', definitely.
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26th Feb '17 2:59:13 PM PeppermintTwist
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* The plot of ''BlenderBros'' takes place in the far future where humans live alongside animal people called Animalmen. The main villains, the Zooligans, want to eradicate humans to make a world only for Animalmen.

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* The plot of ''BlenderBros'' ''VideoGame/BlenderBros'' takes place in the far future where humans live alongside animal people called Animalmen. The main villains, the Zooligans, want to eradicate humans to make a world only for Animalmen.Animalmen.
* The world of ''VideoGame/RogueGalaxy'' is populated both by humans and by animal people. If they're meant to be aliens, they're aliens that by and large look exactly like Earth animals. One of your party members is a boxer dog-man. The game also averts NoCartoonFish in that there are lots of tropical fish-people.
25th Feb '17 10:20:46 PM PeppermintTwist
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* The plot of ''BlenderBros'' takes place in the far future where humans live alongside animal people called Animalmen. The main villains, the Zooligans, want to eradicate humans to make a world only for Animalmen.
24th Jan '17 11:18:14 PM PaulA
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* In ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'', most of the animals live in burrows (albeit in very human-like comfort) and have little or no interaction with humans. Mr. Toad, on the other hand, lives in an actual house, drives cars, is put on trial in a human court, held in a human prison, and escapes by disguising himself as a human washerwoman. During his escape no one suspects that he's Mr. Toad until he actually announces it when he rides off with a barge woman's horse. And he also interacts on a more-or-less equal basis with all the other animals. Though in the sequel, Mr. Toad accidentally blows himself up, playing with his Nephew's experimental fireworks. Despite his GenreSavvy Nephew told him multiple times not to touch it. He bonks his head, temporarily becomes a genius and becomes a Professor for Cambridge University. Which no-one thinks he's a toad, but instead just an ugly human. Once it's revealed he's a toad he [[FantasticRacism is kicked out]]

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* In ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'', most of the animals live in burrows (albeit in very human-like comfort) and have little or no interaction with humans. Mr. Toad, on the other hand, lives in an actual house, drives cars, is put on trial in a human court, held in a human prison, and escapes by disguising himself as a human washerwoman. During his escape no one suspects that he's Mr. Toad until he actually announces it when he rides off with a barge woman's horse. And he also interacts on a more-or-less equal basis with all the other animals. Though in the sequel, Mr. Toad accidentally blows himself up, playing with his Nephew's experimental fireworks. Despite his GenreSavvy Nephew told him multiple times not to touch it. He bonks his head, temporarily becomes a genius and becomes a Professor for Cambridge University. Which no-one thinks he's a toad, but instead just an ugly human. Once it's revealed he's a toad he [[FantasticRacism is kicked out]]
19th Jan '17 6:51:16 AM BunnyStar
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* The ''Literature/LittleBear'' books (and TV show) had {{Funny Animal}}s (Little Bear and his family), {{Talking Animal}}s (most of Little Bear's friends), Little Bear's friend Emily and her grandmother (who were both humans), ''and'' Emily's non-anthropomorphic, non-talking dog.

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* The ''Literature/LittleBear'' books (and TV show) had {{Funny Animal}}s (Little Bear and his family), {{Talking Animal}}s (most of Little Bear's friends), Little Bear's friend Emily and her grandmother (who were both humans), ''and'' Emily's non-anthropomorphic, non-talking dog.dog, Tutu.
3rd Jan '17 2:49:30 AM ClockClockClock
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* The classic WesternAnimation/BettyBoop cartoons are populated mostly by FunnyAnimals with Betty Boop and Koko the Clown usually being the only humans onscreen.
21st Dec '16 3:41:18 PM Delphi
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* R. Crumb's ''Mode O'Day'' comics take place in a world where humans and furries apparently live side by side, with no one ever commenting on it.
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