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21st Jun '16 12:07:09 PM Morgenthaler
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** [[TheCattanoogaCats Motormouse]] was usually Autocat's antagonist as it was Autocat's job to get rid of him from the Spin Your Wheels Garage. Once in awhile, though, Motormouse would help out Autocat and on occasion give him a lift home from work.

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** [[TheCattanoogaCats Motormouse]] ''WesternAnimation/TheCattanoogaCats'': Motormouse was usually Autocat's antagonist as it was Autocat's job to get rid of him from the Spin Your Wheels Garage. Once in awhile, though, Motormouse would help out Autocat and on occasion give him a lift home from work.
17th Jun '16 2:01:20 PM eroock
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-->--'''Andrey Konchalovskiy''' on why he changed the Mouse King to [[YouDirtyRat the Rat King]] in his adaptation of ''Theatre/TheNutcracker''

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-->--'''Andrey -->-- '''Andrey Konchalovskiy''' on why he changed the Mouse King to [[YouDirtyRat the Rat King]] in his adaptation of ''Theatre/TheNutcracker''
12th Jun '16 4:04:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' fieldmice rescue Dorothy, Lion, and Toto from the poppy field by dragging them away. (In the film ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' Glinda makes it snow to rescue them.)
* Subverted in ''[[Literature/{{Discworld}} Moving Pictures]]'' with Definitely Not Squeak, a mouse who began talking under the influence of Holy Wood cinemagic. Told of this trope, he was outraged that humans consider his kind sweet and delicate, as he was the most {{Badass}} mouse in the house and proud of it.

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* In ''TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' fieldmice rescue Dorothy, Lion, and Toto from the poppy field by dragging them away. (In the film ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' Glinda makes it snow to rescue them.)
* Subverted in ''[[Literature/{{Discworld}} Moving Pictures]]'' ''Discworld/MovingPictures'' with Definitely Not Squeak, a mouse who began talking under the influence of Holy Wood cinemagic. Told of this trope, he was outraged that humans consider his kind sweet and delicate, as he was the most {{Badass}} mouse in the house and proud of it.
11th May '16 3:03:01 AM Doug86
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* [[GarfieldAndFriends Garfield]] once railed against this trope, noting that mice were disease-spreading vermin.

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* [[GarfieldAndFriends [[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends Garfield]] once railed against this trope, noting that mice were disease-spreading vermin.
2nd May '16 11:51:51 PM MBI
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* [[''GarfieldAndFriends'' Garfield]] once railed against this trope, noting that mice were disease-spreading vermin.

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* [[''GarfieldAndFriends'' [[GarfieldAndFriends Garfield]] once railed against this trope, noting that mice were disease-spreading vermin.
2nd May '16 11:51:27 PM MBI
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* [[''GarfieldAndFriends'' Garfield]] once railed against this trope, noting that mice were disease-spreading vermin.
26th Apr '16 4:15:23 AM Quanyails
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* As mentioned under YouDirtyRat, the common stereotypes are inverted. While Rats can be well-trained, friendly, loving, and compassionate, even trained mice will bite their owner anyway and will escape if given half the chance (unlike rats, who have loyalty to their owner), they also tend to have less desire to clean than rats do. Wild mice also ''love'' the taste of blood and if they can get to an incapacitated living creature ([[ParanoiaFuel like, say, a sleeping human]]) have even been known to drink their body weight in blood if they can get away with it.

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* As mentioned under YouDirtyRat, the common stereotypes are inverted. While Rats rats can be well-trained, friendly, loving, and compassionate, even trained mice will bite their owner anyway and will escape if given half the chance (unlike rats, who have loyalty to their owner), they owner). They also tend to have less desire to clean than rats do. Wild mice also ''love'' the taste of blood and if they can get to an incapacitated living creature ([[ParanoiaFuel like, say, a sleeping human]]) have even been known to drink their body weight in blood if they can get away with it.
13th Apr '16 8:09:35 AM YourDoom
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* Despereaux and the other mice in ''Literature/TheTaleOfDespereaux'' (rats are bad, except for Chiarascuro, who is ultimately redeemed).

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* Averted by most of the mice in ''Literature/TheTaleOfDespereaux'', who sentence the title character to be eaten by rats just because he is different, but PlayedStraight by Despereaux and the other mice in ''Literature/TheTaleOfDespereaux'' himself. (rats are bad, except for Chiarascuro, who is ultimately redeemed).
29th Feb '16 3:31:36 PM Josef5678
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Contrast YouDirtyRat for rodents, specifically rats, who are portrayed as disgusting: and NuttySquirrel for a third view of the order ''Rodentia.''

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Contrast YouDirtyRat for rodents, specifically rats, who are portrayed as disgusting: and NuttySquirrel for a third view of the order ''Rodentia.''
disgusting.
21st Jan '16 2:35:14 PM Homemaderat
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* Creator/HannaBarbera: Dixie and Pixie were usually only acting in defense from Mr. Jinks, and only did the stealing of the cheese to survive, if memory serves.

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* Creator/HannaBarbera: In WesternAnimation/PixieDixieAndMrJinks, Dixie and Pixie were usually only acting in defense from Mr. Jinks, and only did the stealing of the cheese to survive, if memory serves.survive.
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