FullyDressedCartoonAnimal YKTTW Discussion
Rolling Updates, Needs a Better Description With animal characters in video games and animated movies, shorts, and TV shows, you are bound to find animals with just enough clothing to make it quirky to that character without covering up the most basic cues like accessory wearing and half-dressed cartoon animals. With Barefoot Funny Animals, keeping the feet exposed emphasizes their animal qualities and prevents them from appearing too human. But there are also animal characters who dress in a full outfit and wear shoes. This animal clothing trope is often averted because a full outfit with shoes has a high chance of obscuring what species a particular animal character is. But there are a lot of animal characters who are fully clothed by human standards. There are three variants of this trope, characters who are always or almost always fully-dressed, those who are often fully dressed or fully dressed most of the time, and those who are fully dressed only in certain appearances or scenes. Contrast with Barefoot Funny Animals, which are fully dressed, but do not wear shoes and half-dressed and accessory-wearing, but otherwise naked cartoon animals, which only wear partial clothing or accessories. Subtrope of Appropriate Animal Attire. Often, but not always overlaps with The One Who Wears Shoes.
- The Walrus, the March Hare, and the Dormouse from Disney's Alice in Wonderland.
- Jiminy Cricket from Pinocchio
- Mr. Toad, Rat, Mole, Badger, and the weasels from the The Wind in the Willows segment of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
- Chanticleer from Rock-A-Doodle switches between this and Barefoot Funny Animal depending on the scene.
- The mice and Ratigan from The Great Mouse Detective
- Cousin Kristofferson, Coach Skip, and Beaver's son in The Fantastic Mr. Fox
- Despereaux from The Tale of Despereaux
- Greasy, one of the five Toon Patrol weasels from Who Framed Roger Rabbit, is fully dressed, unlike the other four weasels, who are half-dressed.
- Rango is this trope when he is wearing his cowboy outfit.
- The title character of Little Bear averts this trope by usually being completely unclothed, yet his parents and grandparents play this trope straight by being fully-dressed including shoe-wearing.
- Most of the female characters in the Sonic the Hedgehog games wear full outfits with shoes and gloves, including Blaze the Cat and Amy Rose.
- There are quite a few Classic Disney Shorts characters who are fully dressed and wearing shoes, including:
- Goofy in all but the earliest depictions
- Clarabelle Cow in most appearances
- Pete in all but the earliest depictions
- Max and PJ
- Minnie Mouse when she is fully dressed
- Mortimer Mouse
- Mickey Mouse in the "Mickey And The Beanstalk" segment of Fun and Fancy Free, The Prince and the Pauper, House of Mouse, and Kingdom Hearts
- Horace Horsecollar in House of Mouse and Kingdom Hearts
- Almost all of the dognoses in the Disney comics, DuckTales, Goof Troop, A Goofy Movie, and An Extremely Goofy Movie, including The Beagle Boys, Peg, Pistol, and Roxanne.
- Daisy Duck in Quack Pack, as opposed to other appearances where she is half-dressed.
- Tasha the hippo from The Backyardigans
- Sponge Bob Square Pants
- Sandy Cheeks is also another one, but they come with the diving suit. In her home, she's a straight-up Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal, wearing a bikini.
- Kitty Katswell and Keswick from T.U.F.F. Puppy
- Don Karnage from TaleSpin
- The anthropomorphic animal characters from Arthur
- Quackerjack, Megavolt, and Steelbeak from Darkwing Duck
- Every character in SWAT Kats except T-Bone and Razor in their pilot suits (they wear shoes in their civilian attire) and Dark Kat is fully dressed with footwear.
- Aversion: Dr. Viper is a Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal.
- Fermin Flaxseed from the Animaniacs episode, "The Big Candy Store"
- The Chipettes in the 1980s Alvin and the Chipmunks cartoon
- Jack Bunny in the 1936 Merrie Melodies short I Love to Singa
- Principal Pixiefrog from the main cast of My Gym Partner's A Monkey
- Gadget from Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers is usually a Barefoot Funny Animal, but in the rare case that she is sent in to infiltrate by dressing as a Femme Fatale, her costume is a full outfit invariably includes high heels.
- The main characters from Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys.