!!Cartoony Foot Stance Examples:

* Gromit from the ''WallaceAndGromit'' shorts and film.
* Pluto and Butch from the ClassicDisneyShorts and ''MickeyMouseClubhouse''.
* The bulldog, Spike and his son Tyke, in ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' cartoons is often seen with a rather bear-like stance like Butch above. It helps give the bulldogs a macho swagger and Butch often has his elbows bent out so that it looks like he's in the same position a human with their fists on their waist would be.
** Same with Tom and the other cats and dogs in the cartoon series. Tom becomes more and more anthropomorphic as time goes on though.
* Spike and Hector, the two bulldogs and Sylvester the cat from ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.
** Most digitigrade animals (cats and dogs) in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' are shown plantigrade in fact.
** PorkyPig averts this trope in ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' by having the unguligrade stance that real pigs have, but he usually appears more digitigrade or plantigrade.
* The cat (e.g., Furball, Rita, Precious, and Crump Kitty) and dog (e.g., Runt, Newt, Buttons, and Barky Marky) characters from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' switch between plantigrade stance and digitigrade stance DependingOnTheArtist or episode. Buttons is nearly always shown digitigrade like a real dog though.
* Jake from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has feet that are just toes.
* The bull in the old OswaldTheLuckyRabbit cartoon "Chilly con Carmen"
* The moose in the ClassicDisneyShort ''Moose Hunters''.
* Clarabelle Cow and Horace Horsecollar from the ClassicDisneyShorts are an example even though more modern appearances always depict them with shoes.
** You don't see their back hooves anymore and their front hooves are drawn as hands, but in their really early appearances, you could see that they clearly exemplify this trope.
* The dog and cat characters from ''Literature/CliffordTheBigRedDog'' look plantigrade (but drawn with just toes on the ground) in some poses, but look digitigrade in other poses.
* Same with the dog and cat characters from ''WesternAnimation/KryptoTheSuperDog'', though some dogs, like Strectcho Mutt, and many cats really are drawn as plantigrade.
* Courage and Katz in ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' have feet that are just toes.
* WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and Baba Looey from the HannaBarbera cartoons.
** Averted in one {{Boomerang}} short cartoon where the two characters are drawn more realistically and with the proper unguligrade stance.
* Played straight with Pig, Dog, Duck, and Sheep from ''WesternAnimation/WordWorld'', but averted with Cat from the same show.
* The Goodfeathers, the Girlfeathers, The Godpigeon, Chicken Boo, and the other bird chracters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''.
* DaffyDuck, Tweety, Foghorn Leghorn, Henery Hawk, Yoyo Dodo from ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''. Averted with Roadrunner, however.
* Plucky Duck, Shirley the Loon, Fowlmoth, Sweetie, Gogo Dodo, and Li'l Beeper from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures''.
* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and the other duck characters in the ClassicDisneyShorts and ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''.
* WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker
* Puppetry example: Big Bird in ''Series/SesameStreet'' is a human in a suit, therefore Big Bird has the same joints as a human. Creator/JimHenson's sketchbook shows a design that would have averted it (the puppeteer would have faced backward, so his knees seemed to bend back instead of forward), but it was deemed impractical.
* The lions and the camel in ''WesternAnimation/TheCatInTheHatKnowsALotAboutThat''.
** Creator/DrSeuss in general, really.
* Buddy and Annie the T. rexes from ''WesternAnimation/DinosaurTrain'' are examples, but most of the other dinosaurs that are supposed to be digitigrade avert this trope.
* Inversion: Mice are supposed to be plantigrade, but the mice in the original ''WesternAnimation/AngelinaBallerina'' cartoon are digitigrade (all the better to dance ''en pointe'', one supposes).
** Then un-inverted in the more recent CGI cartoons, where the characters are much more human-like (including always wearing shoes), pushing them into full PettingZooPeople territory and out of this trope.
* Similarly, the AnimatedAdaptation of ''{{Redwall}}'' gave even the mouse characters a digitigrade stance. Made somewhat awkward by the fact that Matthias and Cornflower wore sandals that were still designed for a plantigrade stance.
* Bo and Karla from ''WesternAnimation/MamaMirabellesHomeMovies''. The former has feet that are just toes and the latter has feet that are just hooves.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' goes both ways with this. While the feet of many of the ponies don't entirely look like actual hooved feet, they do actually walk like real equines. There are a number of occasions where they appear to have "elbows" in the middle of their forelegs, though, for gesturing purposes.
* Inverted with Pepper Clark, the skunk in ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'': She is digitigrade, while real skunks are plantigrade.
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!!Cartoony Foot Shape Examples:

* In the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' franchise, Jerry's feet bear very little resemblance to the feet of real mice and the two toes he has look rather like the two toes on camel feet.
** Speedy Gonzales from ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' has two-toed feet as well, but his feet look more like rabbit or hare feet with two toes.
* PorkyPig normally has feet and hooves shaped like slippers.
* Piglet and Eeyore from ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' don't have hooves, just feet.
* {{Goofy}}, Max, and even [[MickeyMouse Mickey]] and Minnie Mouse have feet that look awfully like human feet.
** Mickey and Minnie also have hand and foot proportions that would be more appropriate for a Canada Lynx than for a mouse.
** Nearly all {{Dogfaces}} have awfully human-like feet in fact.
* Minerva Mink from ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' has feet that look a lot like human feet.
** Skippy Squirrel's feet look unusually huge and catlike for a squirrel.
* Cows in the ClassicDisneyShorts from the mid-1920s to the early 1930s, whether four-legged or two-legged, have feet that look somewhere between cats' feet and camels' feet.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow''. Ren's feet usually look appropriate for a dog (aside from having three toes instead of four), but can sometimes look somewhat humanoid, while Stimpy has plantigrade toeless feet.
* Literally everyone on ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats'', especially T-Bone and Razor.
* Rare Inversion: Many human characters in ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', especially female ones, have feet that are shaped rather like cats' hindfeet, including Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble.
* Another inversion: Human characters in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' have three-toed feet that are shaped rather like cat's hindfeet.
** Only when looked at from a distance. When the feet are shown close up, the feet are shown to have four toes and generally have a human like shape. Ocassionally, they will [[GrossUpCloseUp show more frightening details]]
* All the [[PettingZooPerson anthropomorphic]] characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' have awfully human-like feet.
* WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck has feet rather like those of a cat or a rabbit in the LooneyTunesInTheSixties.
* The prevalent "rabbits and hares with pawpads" inaccuracy is averted with Max Hare and the four [[WhiteBunny white]] girl bunnies in the SillySymphony, ''Disney/TheTortoiseAndTheHare''.
* The Creator/TexAvery wolf has feet like a human.
* Ratty and Mole from ''WesternAnimation/{{Mr Bogus}}''.
* [=DoorMouse=] from ''WesternAnimation/TeamUmizoomi'' has rather human feet despite having only four toes.
** The Shape Bandit and some other anthrops have these as well.
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