* Cubbi Gummi from ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' is a mild example. To Sunni most of the time.
* D.W. from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' is a classic example of this trope. So much so that many fans cheered when Arthur finally punched her in one episode, which was treated as a WhatTheHellHero moment in the show. [[spoiler:To be fair, she ended up breaking Arthur's model plane —a project he spent the entire week working on— after he told her multiple times not to touch it]].
* Daffy and Taz from ''WesternAnimation/BabyLooneyTunes''.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'': Ben fits this bill. If only there wasn't this damn AesopAmnesia! His cousin Gwen was like this before ''Alien Force'', where she got a lot less irritating.
* ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'': Though a robot instead of an actual child, XR gets into this territory.
* Gorgonzola from ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}''. Gorgonzola has a FreudianExcuse. Namely, he's stuck learning a job he hates (carrying a candle on his head and not allowing it to go out), while his peers all seem happy with the paths their lives have set before them. Not really a surprise, then, that he's so intent on making their lives as hard as possible. He's not so much 'bratty' as he is just a {{jerkass}}.
* ClassicDisneyShorts: [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Figaro]], the orphan mice, Huey, Duey, and Louie, Goofy Jr. from "Fathers Are People" (50-year-early prototype of [[WesternAnimation/GoofTroop Max Goof]]), and Junior from "Bellboy Donald" (prototype of [[WesternAnimation/GoofTroop PJ]]) are {{Bratty Half Pint}}s.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' contained two examples; Numbuh Two's little brother, Tommy, and Numbuh Three's little sister, Mushi, but it's not until the episode "Operation: C.L.U.E." that Mushi totally becomes a full-on emphasis of BrattyHalfPint when she was [[spoiler: revealed as the culprit who stabbed Numbuh Three's rainbow monkey in the back.]]
** Pretty much the entire KND ensemble is this to some degree, especially in early episodes, where the team were more a defiant bunch of rebels to adults than outright heroic.
* José From ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}''. In his case, he managed to avoid being TheScrappy by being one of the major villains.
* Amberley from ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'' is a light example. By default she is a CheerfulChild and rather well adjusted, she often becomes rather [[PluckyGirl rambunctious and temperamental in the face of enemies]] however, something that sometimes gets her into trouble.
* Sarah of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', whose CatchPhrase is "I'm telling Mom!" regardless of the deed. Eddy also counts too.
* Stewie Griffin from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' takes this trope UpToEleven in the earlier seasons. However, this trope is very balanced for him in the later seasons.
* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'': Bloo. Oh, Bloo! The problem with him is, that he's swinging around between this trope and the {{Jerkass}} trope.
* Pistol on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' is demanding and {{annoying|YoungerSibling}}, as well as seeming to enjoy getting her brother, PJ, in trouble with their parents, one of whom ''[[AbusiveParents abuses]]'' him (though to her credit she usually will try to tell the one who doesn't). She badgers people so they give her stuff and let her play with them, and becomes very upset when she doesn't get her way, while she thinks the rules don't apply to her. It's to the point where PJ (who is frequently forced into intense servitude) considers playing with Pistol to be the worst chore of all.
* Baby Shelby from ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' tries to get his watchers in trouble with his mom and has an AnnoyingLaugh to top it off.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. Cousin Shawn, later Artie Smarty.
* In ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness'', Po, Tigress, and Mantis have to escort a [[RoyalBrat bratty little princess]] to a rendezvous. She acts very bratty along the way, and when they get robbed, she blames it all on the servants, Tigress, and Mantis. Po gets ticked off when she insults his friends and gives her a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, causing her to cry. He feels bad about it and talks with her calmly later on, and the princess subverts this trope.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Korra's EstablishingCharacterMoment is when (at four years old) she demonstrates her ability to use three of the four elemental powers that she's not supposed to manifest until she's sixteen, busting through a wall in the process.
-->'''Korra:''' I'm the Avatar! You gotta deal with it!
* Brattus, the aptly-named younger cousin of ''WesternAnimation/MrBogus''.
* Enzo from ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'' is one of the better depictions of this. Part of the reason is that while he frequently gets kidnapped and bites off more then he can chew, the awesomeness of TheHero Bob is seen through his eyes. And CharacterDevelopment has him rising up to the occasion to be a hero himself when [[WhamEpisode Bob is stranded in the web.]]
* Randall from ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}''. "Miss Finster! Miss Finster!"
* Angelica from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' is a three-year-old spoiled brat who will go to any lengths in order to get her way, or boss around the babies.
* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo''
** Scrappy-Doo. Although he never actually gets captured, the gang always has to grab him away before he is. (Although one has to wonder why they bother.)
** Flim-Flam from ''WesternAnimation/TheThirteenGhostsOfScoobyDoo''.
* Imp from ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' is another good example from {{Creator/Filmation}}. While his age is never established, Imp has all the earmarks of this characterization, right down to throwing childish tantrums when he doesn't get his way.
* Eric Needles from ''WesternAnimation/{{Sidekick}}''. He wines a lot after being abused by [[BigBad Professor Pamplemoose]] and acts as a jerk to the only people who were nice to him.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Bart. If you get his name as an anagram for "brat", he's quite the example.
** Interestingly, during the Tracy Ullman shorts, Lisa was pretty much a female Bart. When ''The Simpsons'' became a show, the writers felt having two Bart-like kids was redundant, so they made Lisa the smarter, more mature one.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
** Most of the boys in earlier seasons, with Cartman being most obvious.
*** Cartman's actually more of a JerkWithAHeartOfJerk or a PsychopathicManchild - especially when his mother [[{{Unishment}} grounds him for "trying to exterminate the Jews last week."]]
** Then there is Ike, who runs away to Somalia because he was already bored with life. He's about 4 years old.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Gizmo of who, in addition to his technical skill, has a very big mouth. Insults are practically all that comes out of his mouth.
** In the [[ComicBook/TeenTitans comic book]], Superboy's team-mate Bart Allen (aka Impulse or Kid Flash).
* Various smaller engines of ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' are usually cheeky and mischievous to the point where most of them learn a lesson not to run into this trope. Thomas, Percy, Bill, and Ben are common examples.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', Bumblebee, while basically good at heart, is also snarky, mischievous (one time he ruined a stunt involving Prowl jumping over his vehicle mode friends in motorcycle form by jumping out and scaring him), brash, impulsive and [[BerserkButton does not like being called "short"]].
* In the Creator/VanBeurenStudios cartoon "Day At The Park", Farmer Al Falfa deals with two pesky kids, and [[MisplacedWildlife a local monkey living in the park]], bitter at him over their last fight, uses the situation to call the police on Al.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheXs'': Truman X. He's meant to be a combination of Bart Simpson and Dexter from ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''.
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