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->''"I hate bullfights! I never eat beef! I'm a vegetarian! I don't even wear shoes!"''
-->-- '''[[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Roger Rabbit]]''', ''[[WesternAnimation/RogerRabbitShorts "Rollercoaster Rabbit"]]''

{{Funny Animal}}s have differing levels of clothing, sometimes even between different characters in the same work. You've got your {{Accessory Wearing Cartoon Animal}}s, who are basically naked except for one or two token items. There are also {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s, who wear a shirt ''or'' pants, but not both. There are even {{Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s who have complete outfits. And then there's the subject of this article--cartoon animals who are ''almost'' fully clothed by human standards, but who, for whatever reason, go barefoot (or bare-''pawed'', if you want to get technical).

As the sheer number of examples demonstrates, this is a common trope in works featuring funny animals. Here are some possible reasons:

* The trope may be {{Justified|Trope}} by the characters having hooves, large claws, or oddly-shaped hind paws which it would be difficult for shoes to accommodate.
* The trope may also be {{Justified|Trope}} by the characters being from a culture where shoes aren't seen as a social requirement, such as with Creator/JRRTolkien's {{hobbits}}, or are from a civilization that DoesNotLikeShoes.
* There's another possible explanation for this, more or less based in RuleOfPerception: Generally, anthropomorphic animals (especially of the PettingZooPeople variety) have essentially human anatomy except for their heads, tails, and (in most cases) feet, so keeping all three of those elements exposed emphasizes their animal qualities and prevents them from [[UncannyValley appearing too human]]. (It's not unreasonable to think, for example, that long pants made for anthropomorphic animals would have long sleeves to accommodate their tails as well, but strangely, almost nobody ever depicts such a thing.)

Spats without shoes or socks count as this trope because they do not cover the soles of the feet. These may also indicate that the funny animal who wears them is [[ConspicuousConsumption particularly wealthy]].

TheOneWhoWearsShoes is about {{inversion}}s of this trope, especially {{Civilized Animal}}s and {{Funny Animal}}s who use footwear when going barefoot is normal for the setting.

Barefoot cartoon animals are usually of the FunnyAnimal or PettingZooPerson tier, but any tier of the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism can apply.

A lot of {{Accessory Wearing Cartoon Animal}}s and {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s ''also'' happen to be barefoot; to keep things cleaner, this page only covers barefoot characters who are otherwise properly-dressed.

This trope also applies to any non-human character, such as AliensAndMonsters.

Most of these characters have HumanlikeFootAnatomy.

Subtrope of AppropriateAnimalAttire.



* [[http://www.travelwithpetmeds.com/wp-content/themes/travelwithpetmeds/images/mascots.png Max and Molly]], the FemaleFelineMaleMutt mascots of 1-800-PET-MEDS, who wear only [[LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine Labcoats of Science and Medicine]].
* ''Borden's'' bovine couple Elsie the Cow and Elmer the Bull (when they wear clothes at all).
* The Boubin Bear for ''Boubin Automotive Service''. His wardrobe includes a hat, vest, and jeans, but no shoes ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or shirt]]). He holds his jeans up and tips his hat while saying "It's the bear facts, folks!"
* The live-action chimp office workers from the mid 2000s ''[=CareerBuilder.com=]'' commercial package were dressed in business wear with the absence of shoes.
* Peter Panda from the classic ''Child World'' toy store.
* Coco the Monkey from Kellogg's ''Cocoa Krispies'' cereal sports a t-shirt, blue jeans and a blue baseball cap.
* Chip the Wolf from ''Cookie Crisp'' cereal initially had a red jacket and blue slacks.
* Dannon's ''Danimals'' yogurt featured Anook, a snowboarding polar bear, and Hollywood, a surfer alligator. Although Scratch, the ''Danimals XL'' wildcat was [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes the one who wore shoes]], at least [[http://adland.tv/commercials/danimals-xl-whats-word-2005-030-usa one commercial featured him barefoot in board shorts]]. Bongo the monkey would later alternate between this and [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal fully clothed]] in his solo appearances.
* During a short time in the mid-to-late '80s, ''Purina Fit & Trim'' dog food featured a cartoon basset hound in exercise clothes, jogging in place.
* Fruit Brute the werewolf from the self-titled cereal line had a t-shirt to go with his striped overalls at one time.
* Birdie the Early Bird, one of the UsefulNotes/McDonalds characters, wears only overalls and goggles.
* Bil Mar Farms' ''Mr. Turkey'', from the self-titled line of turkey products, was known for being "The best dressed turkey in town." He wore a tuxedo and top hat.
* Mo the Bovine from ''[=MooTown=] Snacks''.
* Unilever's Heartbrand line of assorted ice cream bars features as one of its mascots a barefoot toon lion named Max (aka The Paddle Pop Lion), who initially wore a safari shirt and khaki shorts. Max has made appearances on the Miko ''Motta Max'' brand ice cream in France as well as the Streets ''Paddle Pop'' brand in Australia and New Zealand.
* The original Racin' Rat from the self-titled Tyco RC toy car line.
* Ozzie, an anthro feline mascot and disc jockey, from the network ''Radio AAHS''. He wore typical '90s clothes, complete with a backwards cap and baggy pants.
* Although he usually didn't have a costume, ''Sambo's Restaurant'' mascot The Tiger was featured in a sports coat and light color trousers [[http://www.fuzzymemories.tv/index.php?c=3708 on some of their Tiger Club spots]].
* Classic [=7Up=] talking bird mascot Fresh Up Freddie had several costumes that applied to this trope.
* Animated ads for the COPD medication Symbicort have the Big Bad Wolf living in a world of anthro wolves who fit this trope.
* The current design of ''Teddy'', the teddy bear mascot for Nabisco's Teddy Grahams snack products. Teddy has for his new outfit a blue and white striped T-shirt with blue jeans.
* Sometimes, the Advertising/TrixRabbit's disguise will include a full set of clothes, but no shoes.
* Der Wienerdog, a former dachshund mascot for ''Wienerschnitzel'', had a splashy red-and-yellow outfit with striped pants and a cape.
* Local UsefulNotes/{{Cleveland}} radio station WMMS-FM had a vulture mascot that wore a t-shirt and blue jeans. He was known only as [[https://buzzardbook.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/2102680971_ba82a4f17e1.jpg?w=462&h=309 The Buzzard]].

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* [[Characters/DragonBallFrieza Freeza]], one of the {{Big Bad}}s of ''Franchise/DragonBall'', and his father King Cold are two alien examples.
* Most of the cat characters from ''Manga/FairyTail'', notably Carla (until the Edolas Arc) and Queen Chagot.
* ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics'' normally employed {{Talking Animal}}s, but ''The Marriage of Mrs. Fox'' featured a whole town of [[FunnyAnimal anthropomorphic foxes]] ([[OddManOut and one cat]]) that were fully clothed, except for a lack of shoes.
* Common for Creator/{{Sanrio}}'s ''Franchise/HelloKitty and Friends'', though their feet tend to look more like little booties due to their FingerlessHands design.
* Punch the Bear from the classic ''HustlePunch'' series.
* Taomon from ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is fully clothed except for the paws.
* Zorori the fox (in his regular traveling outfit), plus some additional characters from ''Literature/KaiketsuZorori''.
* Blinky and Pinky from ''Anime/TheNoozles'', as well as the other koala characters.
* Some characters from ''Manga/OnePiece'', most notably Tony Tony Chopper.
* Animation/PororoTheLittlePenguin, from the Korean CGI series of the same name, upgraded from a pilot's cap to a blue jumpsuit and helmet in recent years. Majority of the supporting animal characters added wardrobe as well, with Crong the dinosaur being TheOneWhoWearsShoes.
* Several animal characters from ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohay%C5%8D!_Spank Spank Good Morning Spank!]]'' when in costume.
* King Kazma's second form in ''Anime/SummerWars''.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''ComicBook/AmericanBornChinese'', [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest The Monkey King]] is prevented from entering the celestial dinner party because he wears no shoes, whereupon he strives to make himself more human like in his dress and appearance. It's notable that many of the other animals who were let in, like dragons and fish, actually wear worse shoes.
* The male characters in ''ComicBook/AssociatedStudentBodies''.
* Some background characters in ''ComicBook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew''
* The titular character from ''ComicBook/DestroyerDuck''.
* The anthro cast of ''ComicBook/{{Extinctioners}}''. Even when the heroes are wearing their uniforms, in later designs their toes are uncovered.
* Some characters from ''ComicBook/FritzTheCat''. Fritz himself is a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
* Rocket Raccoon from ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' and its various adaptations.
* ComicBook/HowardTheDuck was originally a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal, but when Creator/{{Disney}} complained about his (alleged) resemblance to WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, he was given pants (but not shoes).
* Honey Bunny of ''ComicBook/LooneyTunes'' comic books, the precursor to Lola Bunny.
* Sylvester Shyster from the Disney/MickeyMouse comics has appeared with a long overcoat, crooked top hat and spats on his feet. More recent incarnations of the character have appeared [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal fully clothed with shoes]].
* The cast of ''ComicBook/OmahaTheCatDancer'', although their feet look atypically human for this trope.
* Though he started out [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal with just shorts]] in his animated cartoons, the silver-age version of WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit had a sports coat and trousers for his wardrobe.
* Sam the dog from ''ComicBook/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice''.
* Tawky Tawny, Captain Marvel's [[TalkingAnimal bipedal tiger friend]] from ''ComicBook/{{Shazam}}''. Mr. Tawny wears a green checkered jacket, necktie and dark slacks. Later incarnations [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal includes a pair of shoes as well]].
* Although inverted in ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' (see its entry in VideoGames), played straight in ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'' and [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog the Archie comics]]. There, several characters go barefoot, including a fair portion of the main cast (Rotor, Bunnie pre-and-post-roboticization, Dulcy, Nicole when in furry form, even Tails when he was very little) and a great deal of minor and background characters (Rosemary Prower, the alien Ceneca-9009). ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' had a few instances, as well. Official, straight-from-the-game characters generally end up as [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes the ones who wear shoes]] in all cases, albeit not the only ones.
** After the second [[CosmicRetcon Genesis Wave]] that began ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide'' effectively rebooted the universe, everyone who had previously regularly gone barefoot now regularly wears shoes, including Rotor, Nicole and Bunnie (who regained her robotic limbs, but whose robotic feet now look more like white, pink-striped boots). However, another barefooter, a FishPerson named Coral the Betta, was introduced later on, in issue #260, as part of a ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed'' adaptation.
* ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain The Lizard, the SuperPoweredEvilSide of scientist Curt Connors. The Lizard's usual outfit consists of a tattered lab coat, a black shirt and purple pants.
* The entire cast of ''ComicBook/SunnyvilleStories''; nobody wears shoes, but they do wear clothing.
* Gill Girl, the webfooted FishPerson from ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo'', wears a bathing suit-like outfit.
* The [[PettingZooPeople anthropomorphic animals]] of ''ComicBook/ToothAndClaw'' don't wear shoes, even though some have human-like feet.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* This becomes a DiscussedTrope in the {{Crossover}} fanfic ''Fanfic/BasilsAmericanTail'', which brings together ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' and ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail''. FullyDressedCartoonAnimal Basil of Baker Street reviews one of the [[CultureClash cultural differences]] between British and American mice with his new friend, Nellie Brie:
-->'''Basil:''' I don't know what it is with you Americans and your aversion to shoes.\\
'''Nellie:''' Oh don't be such a snob. Besides, shoes are for humans.\\
'''Basil:''' I'll have you know that every good detective needs a nice pair of shoes if they want to make their footprints less identifiable.
** Later, Basil finds himself forced to admit to Nellie that "being in our natural barefoot state does have its advantages when you're climbing about."
*** The trope is also mentioned in the sequel, ''Fanfic/OliviaGoesWest'':
--->"[Olivia] had trouble walking down the road barefoot, being pained by little pebbles. She didn't know how Fievel did it."
* Played with in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fic ''Fanfic/BecomingPonies'' by Pinkie Pie's counterpart. He identifies the rubber circlets around his forehooves as spats, but it's pretty clear he's being sarcastic.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'' fan comic ''Webcomic/OfMiceAndMayhem'', Foxglove the bat (who doesn't wear clothes in canon) now wears a tank top and cargo pants.
* The trolls from the ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'' fic ''Fanfic/PostMULifeScream'', who are [[{{Expy}} Expies]] of the trolls from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* The White Rabbit and Bill the lizard from Franchise/{{Disney|AnimatedCanon}}'s ''Disney/AliceInWonderland''.
* The majority of the mice from ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'' (the cats tend to be straight-up {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s).
* From ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', the Beast's paws are too large for him to wear shoes.
* Most of the animal characters in ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance''.
* Most of the characters from ''Disney/ChickenLittle''.
* Rat characters Nick and Fetcher from ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun''.
* All of the animal cast from ''WesternAnimation/FantasticMrFox'', with the exceptions of Kris, Coach Skip and the Beaver's unnamed son.
* As with [[ComicBook/FritzTheCat the original comic]], some characters from ''WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheNineLivesOfFritzTheCat''.
* The trolls from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.
* Desert Flower from ''WesternAnimation/TheGoodTheBadAndHuckleberryHound''.
* The Big Bad Wolf from ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'', of which he initially [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal wore just a blue hoodie]] in the first movie, added a pair of pants to his wardrobe for the sequel.
* Wayne and Wanda, the suburban werewolf family from ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania''.
* Most of the supporting animal characters in the ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' franchise. The panda villagers in ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3'' are particularly notable, as they make the main character Po just about the only panda who ''does'' wear shoes.
* Stitch from ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' was first seen wearing an orange jumpsuit while he is in "alien mode." Also, Dr. Jumba Jookiba, the Grand Councilwoman, and Gantu.
* Lola Bunny and WesternAnimation/SpeedyGonzales in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesRabbitsRun''.
* A few incarnations of the WolfMan have appeared fully clothed yet barefoot in some animated movies such as ''WesternAnimation/MadMonsterParty'', ''Monster Mash'' and the aforementioned ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania''.
* The Critter, a biker wolf from the TV special ''The Magical Mystery Trip Through Little Red's Head''. He wears a dark vest, gloves and oversized shades. Alternated between this and wearing boots.
* One of the walk-on villains to appear on ''WesternAnimation/{{Minions}}'' was an anthropomorphic, fire-breathing reptilian wearing a bucket hat, a yellow novelty shirt and brown shorts.
* [[GorgeousGorgon Celia]] from ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'' is a variation; she has tentacles instead of feet.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MrPeabodyAndSherman'', Mr. Peabody is usually an AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal, but his period costumes when he's {{Time Travel}}ing fall into either this category or HalfDressedCartoonAnimal. The only time he's shown with footwear is when he goes ice skating with Sherman in the memories montage.
* Verko, the rat-like crime boss from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie2017''.
* About half of the characters in ''WesternAnimation/OnceUponAForest'' are this, the other characters being {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s.
* J. Worthington Foulfellow and Gideon from ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}''.
* Mister Bobo, [[CivilizedAnimal the world’s first Man-panzee]] from ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesBandOfMisfits'', is an intelligent chimp who dresses in a suit with spats over his hind paws.
* The female aliens from ''WesternAnimation/{{Planet 51}}''. The males [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal wear nothing below the waist]].
* Some supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'', including Mr. Merrimack (a squirrel) and Buford the barkeep (a toad).
* Some characters from ''Disney/TheRescuers'', though the leads are {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s. Bernard first appears as one, wearing a red sweater, a red cap, and blue overalls rather like [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]].
* Some of the cast from ''Disney/RobinHood'' including Lady Kluck, Alan-a-Dale, the churchmice, and the rabbit family. For everyone except Kluck, this trope probably overlaps with BarefootPoverty.
* A few incidental from ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'', along with Chanticleer switching in and out of wearing shoes depending on the scene.
* Bodi, Khampa, Angus, The Grizzly, and the sheep villagers from ''WesternAnimation/RockDog''.
* Winnie the Werewolf of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheGhoulSchool''.
* Most of the rats from ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'', with Nicodemus as TheOneWhoWearsShoes.
* Most furry characters from ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'', notably Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox.
* The titular heroes of ''WesternAnimation/SpaceChimps''.
* Some of the rats from ''WesternAnimation/TheTaleOfDespereaux''.
* The Big Bad Wolf from the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short ''WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittleBops'' wears a sports coat, necktie and slacks.
* Practical Pig and the Big Bad Wolf (aka Zeke Wolf) from the animated short ''WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs''. When Zeke's son Li'l Bad Wolf is introduced in the comics and other spin-offs, he usually falls under this category as well.
* An anthro version of ''WesternAnimation/TomSawyer'' featured this especially. The title character (a cat) switches between barefoot and [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal wearing shoes]] in several scenes. A few supporting characters who are barefoot throughout include Huckleberry Finn, Amy Lawrence, Judge Thatcher and Injurin' Joe.
* The trolls in, well, ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}''.
* The singing hound dog from Creator/BillPlympton's ''The Tune'' wears an Music/ElvisPresley costume during his music number.
* This trope is in effect for ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', which takes place in a WorldOfFunnyAnimals. Even characters who have some form of footwear (such as Judy Hopps, who has foot coverings on her police uniform, and Mr. Big, who wears spats) have their toes uncovered. The only exception is Gazelle, who is TheOneWhoWearsShoes.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The White Rabbit, Dormouse ''and'' the March Hare from Creator/TimBurton's ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010''.
* The Chipettes from ''Film/AlvinAndTheChipmunks: The Squeakquel''. The Chipmunks themselves are {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s in the live action films.
* The Naboombu soccer players from ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.
* The titular feline from ''Film/CoolCatSavesTheKids''.
* As in other media, Rocket Raccoon from ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''.
* The live-action film adaptation of ''Film/HowardTheDuck'' features the main character with pants on.
* Lola Bunny from ''Film/SpaceJam'', as well as the other furry characters in their Tune Squad uniforms. This is {{lampshaded}} when UsefulNotes/MichaelJordan asks if the toons have a pair of basketball shoes he could borrow—cut to a few shots of the toons' feet.
* Some of the aliens from the ''Franchise/StarWars'' films, notably Yoda and Jar Jar Binks.
* The titular character of ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''.

* Some of the mice from the original ''WesternAnimation/AngelinaBallerina'' book series and the first cartoon series.
* The cast of the ''Literature/BasilOfBakerStreet'' series, in stark contrast with its AnimatedAdaptation ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective''.
* Bendemolena and her feline siblings from the storybook ''The Cat Who Wore a Pot On Her Head''.
* ''Literature/{{Corduroy}}'' (from the book of the same name) was a stuffed teddy bear who wore green corduroy overalls.
* The Feas, the vaguely cat-like aliens from the ''Literature/DestinedToLead'' series.
* ''Literature/FrogAndToad'' from the respective book series.
* Almost everyone in the ''Literature/GeronimoStilton'' series and most of its {{Spin Off}}s[[note]]''The Spacemice Series'' is an exception[[/note]], with a few characters (most notably Pinky Pick) being TheOneWhoWearsShoes. Subverted in the books starring the Thea Sisters; they and their supporting cast start out barefoot like everyone else, but come to be portrayed as {{Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s later in the series.
* The cast of ''Literature/JoeCarrot'', the self-titled Italian book series about a rabbit private detective.
* Speaking of, Kenny Rabbit from the fantasy adventure ''Literature/KennyAndTheDragon'' also applies here with his plaid flannel shirt and green shorts.
* Most characters from Mercer Mayer's ''Literature/LittleCritter'' and ''Critters of the Night'' series of books, though averted completely in ''LC and the Critter Kids''.
* The cast of the ''Literature/LlamaLlama'' books and their AnimatedAdaptation.
* ''Literature/PaddingtonBear'' has his oversized hat and big blue overcoat that fits this trope in books and on film and television adaptations. That is, until he got a pair of wellington boots for Christmas in ''Paddington Marches On'', which quickly became part of his IconicOutfit because they allowed the soft toys to stand upright.
* Mr. Tod, the dapper fox from the classic ''Literature/PeterRabbit'' book series.
* Little Pookie, a piglet in overalls, from the ''Pookie Books'' series by Sandra Boynton.
* The Foxen from ''Literature/TheRedVixenAdventures''.
* Creator/RichardScarry's works, with [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes the one exception of Lowly the Worm]].
** This factor was {{lampshaded}} in an episode of the animated ''WesternAnimation/BusytownMysteries'' while identifying a footprint.
* The anthro mouse characters from Sandy Clifford's ''The Roquefort Gang'', adapted into an episode of the 1980s series ''CBS Storybreak''.
* Most of the animal characters created by Creator/RosemaryWells.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Some monkey characters from ''Series/BetweenTheLions''.
* Chelli the patchwork dog from ''Series/BigBag''.
* The cast from Germany's ''Series/CaptainBluebear''.
* B.P. Richfield (the triceratops) from ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}''. Though not always shown from the waist down, he does wear suspenders most of the time. Fran Sinclair also qualifies (except for the rare occasions when she wears fuzzy slippers).
* Some of the Fraggles from ''Series/FraggleRock'', who are generally {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s. (Uncle Traveling Matt is TheOneWhoWearsShoes, presumably because they go with his AdventurerOutfit.)
* The title character from the puppet series ''Harry the Bunny''.
* Cling and Clang from ''Series/HRPufnstuf''.
* Raunchy from ''Series/{{Lidsville}}''.
* The {{Bookmice}} from Canada's ''Series/TheMagicLibrary''.
* Animal, Beauregard the janitor and Uncle Deadly from ''Franchise/TheMuppets''. Animal sports a red and yellow shirt, tattered pants and iron collar. Beau, who wears a white cap, gray trousers and a plaid shirt, is fully-dressed with the absence of shoes, as shown in ''Film/TheGreatMuppetCaper''. Uncle Deadly wears a dark Victorian suit with spats.
* Polkaroo from the ''Series/PolkaDotDoor''.
* The ''Series/{{Pajanimals}}''. {{Justified}} since they're only ever seen in pajamas.
* ''Series/TheReppies'', a dinosaur band who dressed like typical rock stars.
* Abby Cadabby from ''Series/SesameStreet''.
* The cast from ''Series/SwampCritters''.
* This is a DiscussedTrope in the ''Series/TodaysSpecial'' episode "Shoes". Muffy Mouse explains that she and other mice go barefoot because "they need to be quiet to live in houses where people don't know they're there". In the climactic song when the other characters sing about their shoes, her line is: "I'm the only one without a pair, that's cause my feet would rather be bare!"
* In ''Series/TheWildWildWest'' episode "[[Recap/TheWildWildWestS4E24TheNightOfTheTycoons The Night of the Tycoons]]" an OrganGrinder's monkey, wearing a chimp-sized Union army uniform without shoes, is used as a bomb-throwing AnimalAssassin.
* Bo from ''Series/WimziesHouse''.

* Music/TheNuttySquirrels were depicted this way.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* Sgt. Snorkel's identically dressed pet dog Otto from ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey''.
* ''Webcomic/DocRat'' and most of the supporting anthro characters in this self-titled Australian comic series.
* Fritz the Dog from ''ComicStrip/InkPen''. Fritz is so uptight that he wears a dress shirt and tie with black pants every single day. This was a problem when he worked as a stunt double for other cartoon dogs like ComicStrip/{{Marmaduke}} or Franchise/ScoobyDoo where he would wear a furry dog suit because he refused to do "nude scenes".
* P.T. Bridgeport, the fast talking show-bear of the classic ''ComicStrip/{{Pogo}}'' series, eventually became this during the latter half of his tenure. He started out with a [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal partial barker's outfit]] consisted of a hat, a coat, necktie, white gloves and spats. A wardrobe upgrade in later years included a shirt, a splashy vest and some trousers. He still wore his spats barefoot in the comics and other published works. Also applicable to this trope are feline hillbillies Wiley Catt and Simple J. Malarkey. Barnstable Bear (who usually just wears pants and a checkered cap) had a few seasonal outfits that fit this trope as well.
* Most characters from ''ComicStrip/SlylockFox''.

* The policemen of ''Pinball/PoliceForce'' are almost fully clothed, save for their lack of shoes.
* As per their designs, all of the furry WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes characters in ''Pinball/SpaceJam'' go without shoes.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* Everyone in ''TabletopGame/{{Crimestrikers}}'' except the villains who wear PoweredArmor (Forster Burns) or full body disguises (Commander Ahab, The Righteous One), and the robots.

* The lions and [[GenderFlip Rafiki]] in the theatrical version of ''Disney/TheLionKing''.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Pestor the frog and some additional characters from ''VideoGame/AdrenalinMisfits'', though most of them [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal do not wear t-shirts]]. A few other characters such as Sabre (a timber wolf) and Blaizer (a salamander) wear open-toed boots.
* ''VideoGame/{{Alphacat}}'': The citizens of Whiskar and its allies, as well as a small number of its enemies.
* Most characters from the ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' series are this. One wonders how Kicks the Skunk (an [=NPC=] who sells shoes) makes a living when his only potential customers are the players.
* The cast of ''VideoGame/{{Armello}}''.
* Penny Fox[[note]]except when she wears her cheerleader outfit[[/note]] and Froggy G from ''VideoGame/{{Awesomenauts}}''.
* The titular hero of ''VideoGame/AwesomePossum''.
* Garr from ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII''. This is both because the Guardian's (species of which Garr is a member) anatomy includes massive feet and because they wanted to show off said anatomy.
* The Mimigas, a race of rabbit/dog {{Cartoon Creature}}s from ''VideoGame/CaveStory''.
* Many characters in ''VideoGame/ChipperAndSonsLumberCo''
* ''VideoGame/CodeNameSteam'' mostly stars humans, but has one FunnyAnimal with Lion; while he's wearing some sort of metal anklets, he doesn't wear shoes, presumably because his feet are digitigrade (his heels don't lie on the ground).
* Boki, the player character from ''VideoGame/CopyKitty'', doesn't wear shoes. Crystal-encased feet are ''almost'' shoes, but that's just natural Kitera anatomy.
* A couple of mutant animals from the ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series also has this such as Koala Kong and the Komodo Brothers. The rest tend to be fully clothed or naked.
* Practically every NPC from ''VideoGame/DustAnElysianTail'' goes barefoot. Dust himself has boots, while Fidget, leaning more toward FunnyAnimal in a world of PettingZooPeople, doesn't really wear clothes to begin with.
* The beast races in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'', the [[CatFolk Khajiit]] and the [[LizardFolk Argonians]], are unable to wear shoes because their feet are bigger and differently shaped. This also extends to helmets; they can't wear anything that covers their whole face. It then got [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion'', where they are able to do just that.
** The reason is that Bethesda, wanting the beast races to be more exotic, gave them digitigrade feet (along with turning the Khajiit from the Ohmes found in Arena-Daggerfall to the Suthay-raht in Morrowind) as opposed to the plantigrade feet they would later receive in ''Oblivion'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]''.
* Milla Basset from ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'' is the the only (known) cast member to go barefoot; her description in [[http://spacemanstrife.deviantart.com/art/Milla-the-Hound-Child-Sketch-by-R-No71-311455282 this art of her]] notes "she has a strong connection to the earth" alongside [[DoesNotLikeShoes her distaste for shoes]], implying her to be an EarthyBarefootCharacter. Considering this is from a cast full of {{Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s, this would also make her an {{inver|tedTrope}}sion of TheOneWhoWearsShoes.
* The anthro version of ''VideoGame/{{Frogger}}'' had a near-full set of traveling clothes that fits this trope throughout the 2000s in subsequent sequels such as ''Frogger: The Great Quest'' and ''Frogger Beyond''.
* The cast of ''VideoGame/FurFighters''.
* The player character in the UsefulNotes/GameAndWatch game ''Egg'' is a bipedal fox with WhiteGloves, pants, and no shoes.
* [[CuteMonsterGirl Sveta]] from ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn'' is this, even though she can still equip boots like any other character.
* Pretty much the entire cast from ''VideoGame/HighSeasHavoc'', including the main protagonist.
* The "morphs" from ''VideoGame/InheritTheEarth''.
* [[spoiler:Tess]] from ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxter'' when she [[spoiler:becomes an Ottsel.]]
* Lori Jackrabbit from ''VideoGame/JazzJackrabbit'', plus Jazz himself when his outfit includes pants.
* C.J. Frog from the ''VideoGame/JumpStart'' series of [=CD-ROMs=]. His usual outfit is a safari vest, khaki shorts and a fedora.
* In ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVIIThePrincelessBride'', the trolls don't wear shoes. This extends to Rosella when she's turned into one during Chapter 2, although her shoes magically reappear on her feet when she changes back.
* Kay the martial arts cat from ''VideoGame/LegendOfKay'' wears a Chinese-inspired warrior's outfit. Other cat characters including Su Ling and The Master apply to this trope as well.
* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''
** The Rito from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' were possibly this, but given the art style, it made it somewhat ambiguous whether they had bare talons or just wore boots that looked like them.
** Subverted with the Rito in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' (e.g.: Revali, Teba, Kass et al.). While it may appear that the entire race is wearing puffy shorts, they are actually just feathers that are a (mostly) very plain white compared to the rest of their feathers. Saki is the most obvious giveaway, as her stomach marking and leg feathers are exactly the same blue color.
* Latch from ''VideoGame/LethalLeague'' is modestly-dressed for a crocodile, bearing a hoodie, some sweatpants and a beanie cap, but leaves his hands and feet bare. {{Justified|Trope}} in that he then uses his exposed sharp claws to hang onto walls.
* Rocket Raccoon's outfit in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' covers everything on his body except his head, his tail, and his hind paws.
* ''VideoGame/MoshiMonsters'' has several barefoot characters, including Lila Tweet, Buster Bumblechops, Elder Furi and Lady Meowford. The Beanstalk Giant doesn't normally wear shoes, but does sometimes.
* Marquis de Hoto from ''VideoGame/TheNightOfTheRabbit''.
* Shema and Shameen from ''VideoGame/QuestForGlory''.
* Ratchet from ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' is this in [[VideoGame/RatchetAndClank2002 the first game]], as well as a WalkingShirtlessScene. All of his armor in the next few games featured boots, but in ''[[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankSizeMatters Size Matters]]'' he appeared in his original outfit again. When he next appeared in casual clothes (in ''[[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankFutureToolsOfDestruction Tools of Destruction]]''), he was wearing boots again (as well as overalls).
* Several versions of VideoGame/ReaderRabbit.
* The cast of ''VideoGame/ReworkTheDeadEvil''.
* Inverted with the ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' games, since most of the characters wear nothing ''but'' shoes and gloves. (Some of the characters, such as Ix, Charmy, and most females do wear actual clothes, but also have shoes and gloves.)
** Played straight with every single player character in ''VideoGame/SonicsSchoolhouse'', although due to the first-person viewpoint, you have to play two-player to realize this.
* ''VideoGame/ToontownOnline'': The player starts as one, but can buy shoes.
* TY from ''VideoGame/TyTheTasmanianTiger'' is one of the few main characters in the series who ''doesn't'' wear shoes. He's also somehow capable of [[GrindBoots grinding]] [[MadeOfIron on rails]].
* Several characters from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', including Toriel, Dr. Alphys, [[spoiler: Toriel's husband King Asgore]], [[spoiler: Asriel]], many of the minor monsters, and some minibosses. Lampshaded with Toriel where you can go into her bedroom and discover a sock drawer, despite the fact that she never wears them.
* Spitz from ''VideoGame/WarioWare''.
* Several incidental funny animal characters from the online game ''VideoGame/{{Wizard 101}}'' and its sister game ''VideoGame/Pirate101''.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* Bethany and Bob from ''WebAnimation/GameDogs''. This gets outright surreal in [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/game-dogs/1499-Episode-Eight-Jennifer episode 8]] when Jennifer mentions Bethany's shoes -- after we just saw Bethany walk through the door barefoot. [[MindScrew And the punchline is that they're out of style]]. Judging from Bethany's reaction to the remark ("Oh... I see what you did there"), Jennifer intended it as a StealthInsult.
* The cast of ''WebAnimation/TrueTail'', except for the [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal pantless]] Brutus.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* The cast of ''Webcomic/TwentyFirstCenturyFox'', although the protagonist is still offered a ShoePhone at one point.
* Katie's Khajiit character in ''Webcomic/AwkwardZombie'' strips based on ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' is always barefoot. Presumably personal preference, since both ''Oblivion'' and ''Skyrim'' Khajiit are perfectly capable of wearing shoes (as opposed to, say, those in ''Morrowind'').
* Most characters from ''Webcomic/BoomerExpress''.
* Several characters from ''Webcomic/BrokenPlotDevice''.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/CarryOn''.
* Most characters from ''Webcomic/{{Catena}}''. Their feet tend to be drawn in much greater detail than most examples of this trope.
* Kira and Toby from ''Webcomic/ChivalryAndKnavery''.
* Felix O'Connel from ''Webcomic/{{Cloudscratcher}}'', even though Ixia was able to get a pair of shoes from his closet when she needed a change of clothes, and he still had a pair for when he went into the city. WordOfGod is that he DoesNotLikeShoes in the same way that a human might.
** It was also presumably common in the old Avian Empire. Of the three birds whose feet have been in frame, only one was wearing sandals.
* Pretty much the norm for anyone who wore clothes in ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'', before the ContinuityReboot. After it, the characters tend to be either {{fully dressed|CartoonAnimal}} or [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal mostly naked]], with some exceptions like [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2009/04/12/nin-wah/ Grootly]] and [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/07/04/nothing-like-a-good-rant/ Zenith]].
* Clothes in general are a rare site in ''Webcomic/CrossedClaws'', but of the only characters who ''do'' wear clothes, Jered and Claudia, their outfits don't include shoes.
* A lot of characters from ''Webcomic/{{Concession}}''.
* Most of the cast of ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'', but especially Mab who [[DoesNotLikeShoes hates shoes]].
* The cast of ''Webcomic/{{Darastrix}}''.
* Touya and Ishimaru from ''Webcomic/DemonBlade'', who are a fox and a raccoon respectively.
* All the members of Species X from ''Webcomic/{{DNA}}''.
* Some characters from ''Webcomic/{{Dreamkeepers}}''.
* Gustine Greene (a humanoid talking rhino), Wally Wallechinsky (a cat) plus some additional incidental characters from ''Webcomic/{{Endtown}}''.
* Everyone in ''Webcomic/{{Fite}}''
* The cast of ''Webcomic/ForestHill''.
* Most Lycans from ''Webcomic/FoxyFlavoredCookie'' don't wear shoes.
* Almost every single character in ''Webcomic/FurWillFly'' and its SpinOff ''Webcomic/ComingUpViolet'' who isn't a firefighter, soldier, or human.
* The cast of ''GoodCheese''.
* June Blue Delias from ''Webcomic/HaruSari''.
* Some characters from ''ComicBook/{{Horndog}}''.
* The Da'Kor from ''Webcomic/{{Inverloch}}''.
* Some characters in ''Webcomic/JackDavidHopkins''. The series is rather inconsistent on whether or not shoes are the norm.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'', except for the human baby Francis. Lampshaded on occasion: they hang up Christmas stockings, but don't know what they're for beyond putting presents in.
* ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' saves this for the truly weird-footed species -- mostly Anyr and Vidians so far.
** Averted with the Zillans, who DO wear shoes, despite being depicted with some rather gnarly claw-feet otherwise.
* Though occasionally shown wearing shoes, the characters of ''WebComic/LasLindas'' generally fit the trope.
* Ash and Stella from ''Webcomic/LatchkeyKingdom''. Ash generally only wears bandages on her HandyFeet, although she upgrades to toe-socks for an Xmas arc when gifted them. Stella doesn't bother with even that much, but doesn't appear even slightly bothered that she's going barefoot through snow - presumably because she is (or at least claims to be) a demigod.
* The ''Webcomic/LaughOutLoudCats''. Lampshaded in [[http://apelad.blogspot.com/2012/09/laugh-out-loud-cats-2080.html this strip]].
--> "I'd make a peach [[{{Pun}} cobblr]], but we don't evn wear shoes."
* Krunch Bloodrage from ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup''.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/MurryPurryFreshAndFurry''.
* Some of the characters in ''Webcomic/{{Newshounds}}''.
* Most ''Webcomic/OzyAndMillie'' characters (as in the pic above), with some prominent exceptions. Ozy, Avery, and Ms. Sorkowitz are {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s. Meanwhile, Isolde is both a FullyDressedCartoonAnimal and TheOneWhoWearsShoes, as was Ms. Mudd in some early strips. Also, Locke is never shown without his pirate boots (except in an early arc where he impersonates Millie).
* Most characters in ''Webcomic/PeterAndCompany''.
* The Eldlorian goblins and the Orcs from ''Webcomic/PlanesOfEldlor''.
* Most of the cast from ''Webcomic/PoppyOPossum'', including the comic's namesake character. Her bio mentions she has an interest in collecting socks, despite not wearing shoes.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/{{Precocious}}''. The only articles of footwear seen so far (outside of guest strips) were part of a [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2016/01/26 space suit]].
* Katia Managan from ''Webcomic/{{Prequel}}''. ZigZagged and combined with BarefootPoverty, however; she isn't particularly averse to boots, even expressing a desire to purchase some, but she's prone to PerpetualPoverty, [[BarefootPoverty so she can't really afford them]]. She is given a pair fairly early on, but they quickly go missing (along with the entire outfit they came with) [[NoodleIncident after a drunken threesome with a necromancer]]. After spending most of the comic barefoot in a mage's robe, she loses ''that'', too, but gains a new outfit by entering in a dance contest, gaining a new pair of boots with them; no telling when they'll go missing again and she'll be right back to this trope.
** Rajirra in Kvatch is a straighter example of the trope: it being summer in the south of Cyrodiil, she consciously chooses to go around town barefoot. Presumably, this helps with her acrobatics, as she's stated to be fairly adept at those. (Unfortunately for her, an earlier conversation between Katia and Aggy led to a layer of snow covering the ground...)
* Isla Grace Abernathy, the star of ''Webcomic/ProfessorAmazingAndTheIncredibleGoldenFox'', is a human crimefighter who can shapeshift into two fox forms (PettingZooPerson and feral) by using a TransformationTrinket. In anthro form, she wears a tanktop and shorts but no shoes.
* The title character of ''Webcomic/RaineDog'' in some early artwork. In the comic proper, the most she ever wears is a BadassLongcoat.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/SabrinaOnline'', although Sabrina herself is a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal--or at least looks like one, since the WordOfGod from creator Eric Schwartz is that she's actually wearing the furry equivalent of [[NudeColoredClothes Nude Colored Pants]]. This trope also holds true for Schwartz's other characters.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/TheSecretLivesOfFlowers''.
* Some of the furry characters from ''Webcomic/SequentialArt'', mainly Pip and the Squirrel Girls.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/{{SERGOM}}''.
* ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned''
** [[PettingZooPeople Jakkai]], [[TurtlePower Khamega]] and [[OurFairiesAreDifferent Fairies]] are all shoeless although some jakkai have covering on their legs.
** [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]] lack of footwear is addressed [[http://hyenafu.tumblr.com/post/150412088814/ba-dum-tish-patrons-who-donate-2-per-month-can here]], it's explained that their feet are [[MadeOfIron as tough as the rest of them]] so they don't need any as well as the fact that due to their large size and varied appearances, shoes just won't fit them.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}''.
** Lampshaded in [[http://poisonedminds.com/d/20130425.html this strip]], in which a character wonders why his feet have only three toes each, when "having more toes would spread the weight more evenly!" The answer: "[[LazyArtist It would be a pain in the arse]] [[FurriesAreEasierToDraw to draw though!]]"
* The characters from ''Webcomic/TheSuburbanJungle''. {{Lampshaded}} in [[http://suburbanjungleclassic.com/?p=2113 one strip]]:
-->'''Conrad:''' I was on tour with a production of ''Theatre/BarefootInThePark''.\\
'''Leona:''' What's so significant about being barefoot in the park?\\
'''Conrad:''' I have no idea, really. It's a pretty whacked-out play.
* The Vulpine from ''Webcomic/{{Terinu}}'', who have a digitigrade stance.
* All characters but one in ''Webcomic/ThoseDestined''.
* In ''Webcomic/{{tinyraygun}}'', this is common among the Levik species. They come from an icy planet and evolved feet tough enough to never really need shoes.
* The furry characters in ''Webcomic/TwoKinds''.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/VinciAndArty''.
* All of the main cast of ''Webcomic/TheWhiteboard''. Swampy even {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d it in [[http://www.the-whiteboard.com/autowb825.html this strip]]:
-->'''Swamp Fox''': ". . . why do I even ''own'' socks?"
* The cast of ''Webcomic/WorkSucks'', except for Socks, who's named after the socks he always wears.
* In the original run of ''Webcomic/TheWorldOfVickiFox'', about half the furry characters (most notably Vicki and her friend Meredith Skunk) usually went barefoot while the rest wore shoes. When the comic returned from hiatus in 2017, most of the shoe-wearers started going barefoot as well.
** {{Lampshaded}} in [[http://vickifox.com/comic/strip?id=016 one strip]] which simultaneously invokes both this trope and AllWomenLoveShoes. Meredith's boyfriend Aussie complains when Meredith and Vicki rope him into a shopping trip:
-->'''Aussie''': You'll drag me in every shoe shop in the mall... to buy shoes you don't even wear!
* Several of the dragons from ''Webcomic/XDragoon''.
* The casts of the related webcomics ''Webcomic/YouSayItFirst'', ''Webcomic/NamirDeiter'' and ''Webcomic/NicoleAndDerek''.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* A great deal of anthro/furry artists on the web always draw their characters barefoot, even if they're otherwise dressed perfectly normally, and even in situations where going barefoot is inadvisable (like, say, in snow). Listing specific artists would likely quadruple the length of the list, however. The trope is very rarely lampshaded, and often times not even ''noted''; that is, it's not uncommon for a character's reference sheet to depict the character barefoot, even in multiple different costumes, but even if it goes into great detail about the character's wardrobe preferences, their preferred footwear ([[DoesNotLikeShoes or preference to go barefoot]]) is never brought up.
* Duck from ''WebVideo/DontHugMeImScared''.
* '90s cult icon Elmo Aardvark usually appeared fully dressed with a red vest and necktie. He ditched the shoes for his appearance on the self-titled web series ''Elmo Aardvark: Outer Space Detective!'' in 2004.
* Very common in fanworks based on ''Roleplay/RubyQuest'', which was a borderline StickFigureComic. A one-off reference to Ruby's "UNATTRACTIVELY LONG FOOT" would imply this may be canon.
* Majority of the rabbit repertory company from Starz's ''30-Second Bunnies'' parodies of movies.
* Some characters from ''The Wuffers''.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Teddy Ruxpin, Quellor and Tweeg from the main cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTeddyRuxpin''.
* Alien EvilSorceror Mogul and his BeleagueredAssistant Larry from ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers''.
* Zummi, Gruffi and Grammi from ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears''.
* The cast from ''TheAdventuresOfTRex'', even in their PoweredArmor.
* Some characters from ''WesternAnimation/AlfredJKwak'', including Henk Mole, Krabnagel (aka Scratchpaws) and Dolf Crow in the main cast.
* Gumball and his parents from ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. His adopted brother Darwin [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal wears ONLY shoes]], and his sister wears shoes or socks. The series lampshades it in several episodes; for example, in the OriginsEpisode, it turns out Gumball used to wear shoes, but he gave Darwin the pair he wears now.
* Nearly every non-human character from ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', although quite a few of them are {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s or {{Accessory Wearing Cartoon Animal}}s.
* The blue Aardvark from ''WesternAnimation/TheAntAndTheAardvark'' has a [[NudeColoredClothes matching blue t-shirt and shorts]]. Majority of the characters in this cartoon series are all solid colors, which also includes one's clothing or other costumes.
* The cast of ''WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldWithWillyFog''.
** There was a bit in ''Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'' where Passepartout is put on trial for sacrilege, with his lost shoes as evidence. In ''Willy Fog'', the incriminating item was changed to Rigadon's hat for this reason.
* ImaginaryFriend Nadine from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''.
* Uniqua and Austin from ''WesternAnimation/TheBackyardigans'' (applies occasionally to most of the characters' various costumes on select episodes.)
* Most characters from ''WesternAnimation/TheBarkleys''.
* Most of WesternAnimation/BarneyBear's costumes fall into this trope.
* Charlie & Junior Beary from ''TheBearyFamily''.
* Everyone on ''WesternAnimation/TheBellflowerBunnies''.
* Alien ConMan Argit from ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce''.
* WesternAnimation/BenjaminTheElephant from the German cartoon series of the same name.
* ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears''.
* Contrary to being fully dressed in a coat, tie, cap and vest in his comic book appearances, ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' villain Mr. Toad appeared barefoot with white spats on TV's ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman''.
* The WesternAnimation/BitsyBears.
* Most of the cast of the [[AustralianSeries Australian]] cartoon ''WesternAnimation/BlinkyBill''. (Meatball was TheOneWhoWearsShoes.)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'', from the self-titled series, had several costumes that fall into this category.
* Wacko Wolf (sp) from the ''[[TheBozoShow Bozo the Clown]]'' cartoon show.
* The Prairie People and Hawgtie (a PigMan member of Tex Hex's gang) from ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}''.
* Jessica and Tanner from ''WesternAnimation/TheBremenAvenueExperience''.
* Bunny of Bunny and Claude, the FunnyAnimal version of Film/BonnieAndClyde from [[UsefulNotes/LooneyTunesInTheSixties the late 60s]] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes.
* Scoots and Groove from ''WesternAnimation/TheCattanoogaCats''. This may be a case of barefoot = hillbilly typecasting instead, same for the Hillbilly Bears below.
* A few characters from ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', including Gadget, Tammy, Lahwhinie and Desiree d'Allure. Most of the other [[CivilizedAnimal talking animal characters]] are of the [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal half dressed]] variety.
* Chuckie Chan and several supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/ChopSockyChooks''.
* Tim the Bear's son Raymond in ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''.
* Jean Bon from ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog''.
* The titular heroes of ''WesternAnimation/CourageousCatAndMinuteMouse''.
* Most characters from ''WesternAnimation/DangerRangers''.
* Wulf in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''.
* FishPerson Neptunia from ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' is a variation; she has flippers instead of feet.
* Annie from NASCAR's ''WesternAnimation/DiggerAndFriends'' series (not to be confused with Webcomic/{{Digger}}). Marbles initially had a gray and orange jumpsuit in the merchandising art, but wore [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal just a gray and orange T-shirt]] when the animated shorts were produced.
* Several of the dinosaur characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Dinosaucers}}''.
* Driver Dan the lion from ''WesternAnimation/DriverDansStoryTrain''.
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'': Much like in [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987 the original show]], whether or not a character wears shoes depends on how human-like their body is. Of the main characters only Launchpad and Mrs. Beakley wear shoes, though Scrooge has spats that cover a portion of his feet.
* Peter Puppy in the ''WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim'' cartoon, where he sports a shirt and some shorts, but no shoes; in the [[VideoGame/EarthwormJim source game]], however, he's completely nude.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Eckhart}}'' the mouse and several supporting characters from the self-titled Canadian series.
* ''WesternAnimation/EllaTheElephant'' from the titular series, along with several supporting elephant characters.
* Brian Griffin of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' is usually nude, and when he does wear clothes, his outfits usually include a shirt and pants but no shoes.
* Some background characters in ''WesternAnimation/{{Fantomcat}}''.
* Belfry, the batty NonHumanSidekick of ''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters'', wears only a leotard. Interestingly, when we meet his siblings in the episode "Whither Why", they're all {{Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s.
* ''WesternAnimation/UncleCrocsBlock'': Seven of the 9 Lives of ''Fraidy Cat'' have costumes that apply to this trope. #2 Kitty Wizard; #3 Captain Kitt, a pirate; #4 Sir Walter Cat, a noble cat; #5 Billy the Kit, a cowboy; #6 Jasper Catdaver, an undertaker; #7 Captain Eddie Cattenbakker, a pilot; #8 Hep Cat, a cat in a zoot suit.
* ''Gandy Goose's'' feline roommate Sourpuss from the classic Terrytoons series of shorts.
* WesternAnimation/GaryTheRat from the self-titled series.
* Bobo Haha, the [[TalkingAnimal talking monkey]] who is ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'''s NonHumanSidekick.
* As with the original books, almost all the characters from the AnimatedAdaptation of ''Literature/GeronimoStilton''. Geronimo and company do have a few outfits that [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal includes shoes, boots or other footwear]]. Unlike in the books, antagonist Sally Ratmoussen [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes sports a pair of heels to go with her wardrobe]].
* Claude, the wiz kid numbat from ''WesternAnimation/GumNutz''. Also borderlines on [[DoesNotLikeShoes the preference of not wearing shoes]], compared to the rest of the main cast.
* ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' from the self-titled series, along with majority of the supporting characters.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheHillbillyBears'', the protagonist Rugg family and their [[FeudingFamilies rivals]] the Hoppers are either this or [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal half-dressed]] .
* Rhubarb and Musselmutt from ''WesternAnimation/TheHoundcats''. (The others [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal don't wear pants]].)
* Some supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/JakersTheAdventuresOfPiggleyWinks'', including Ferny Toro and Hector [=MacBadger=].
* In ''WesternAnimation/JuliusJr'', Ping, Clancy and Worry Bear do not wear shoes. This is in clear contrast of Julius and Sheree, who are fully dressed.
* Eugly the rabbit from ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' wears a tee-shirt, a skirt and leggings, but no footwear.
* Most characters from ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness''.
* Wilford Wolf from ''KwickyKoala''.
* Ironically, Lapitch Mouse from ''WesternAnimation/LapitchTheLittleShoemaker'', switches in and out between this trope and FullyDressedCartoonAnimal. Other supporting characters including the main villain Dirty Rat are a part of this trope as well.
* Lieb from ''WesternAnimation/TheLingoShow''.
* Lana and Judy Lionheart from ''WesternAnimation/TheLionhearts''.
* Some characters from ''WesternAnimation/LittleMouseOnThePrairie''.
* The main pets in ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' are usually {{Accessory Wearing Cartoon Animal}}s. However, in "[[Recap/LittlestPetShop2012S3E14WinterWonderWha Winter Wonder Wha...?]]", they wear tuxedos while attempting to make a homesick penguin feel better.
* WesternAnimation/SpeedyGonzales and his fellow Mexican mice in their ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' appearances.
* Tina Russo, WesternAnimation/SpeedyGonzales (again) and Lola Bunny (again) from ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow''.
* Hamilton from ''WesternAnimation/MaggieAndTheFerociousBeast''.
* Dylan the Rabbit from ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicRoundabout''.
* Elizabeth from ''WesternAnimation/MarvinTheTapDancingHorse''.
* Some characters from ''Literature/MaxAndRuby''.
* Coco the Monkey from ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse''.
* Chip 'N Dale in the main cast from ''WesternAnimation/MickeyAndTheRoadsterRacers''. Chip wears a mechanic jumpsuit and Dale a pair of overalls and a blue ballcap. Also Donald Duck, when wearing his blue racing outfit.
* Virgil and Hanuman from ''WesternAnimation/MightyMax''.
* Rat from ''WesternAnimation/TheModifyers''.
* Kermit, Fozzie and Animal from ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies''.
* Some characters from ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey''. (Jake Spidermonkey is a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.)
* A few debatable cases in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Although the pony characters have ''hooves'' instead of feet, and despite the fact that [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal they don't usually wear much in the way of clothes anyway]], a couple of the various outfits and costumes they wear throughout the series either lack footwear entirely, or put footwear on the fore hooves (hand equivalents) while leaving the hind hooves (foot equivalents) unshod. Some examples of the latter scenario would be Applejack's boots and Rainbow Dash's gauntlet/slipper things in their respective Grand Galloping Gala costumes, as well as Rarity's slippers from her bathrobe outfit during her breakdown in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E14SuitedForSuccess "Suited For Success"]].
** This choice actually makes sense since ponies don't normally wear clothes to begin with; outfits are usually worn for decorative reasons, and shoes complete the outfit. Also, being quadrupedal, their back hooves will be obstructed by the front hooves or their dresses, so it wouldn't make sense to put shoes on hooves that won't be seen by others.
** Spike the dragon, who actually ''does'' have feet, is almost always barefoot, even in the few situations where he's otherwise wearing a full outfit (such as the getup he's tossed into in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E3TheTicketMaster "The Ticket Master"]] or his bard outfit from [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E13HearthsWarmingEve "Hearth's Warming Eve"]]). This doesn't change until the sixth season RPGEpisode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E18DungeonsAndDiscords Dungeons & Discords]]", in which he wears boots as Garbunkle the magician.
** Maud Pie is probably the best consistent example of this trope in the show-- as an adult, she always wears a frock covering all of her body but showing the legs and hooves, while most other ponies make a habit out of usually wearing no clothes.
* Oakly the Beaver and Victor Vole from ''WesternAnimation/TheMysteriesOfAlfredHedgehog''.
* Kind of hard to tell in the [[EasternEuropeanAnimation Russian cartoon]] ''Animation/NuPogodi''. The presence of Wolf's claws and what ''might'' be paw pads seem to imply this is the case, but everyone's drawn as if they're wearing slippers. Later episodes make it a little clearer that this is the case.
* The Mouse Queen from ''WesternAnimation/TheNutcrackerPrince''.
* Some supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/TheOddballCouple''. (Fleabag is a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal while Spiffy and Goldie Hound are {{Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s.)
* The [[FunnyAnimal anthro pig characters]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Olivia}}''.
* Moon the cat from ''The Ollie and Moon Show'' wears a red and white mouse blouse and a black skirt. Her other half Ollie [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal wears only a blue and white striped shirt]].
* ''WesternAnimation/PKingDuckling'' applies this trope when in his regular outfit: a blue long-sleeved shirt and green shorts.
* Carmen from ''WesternAnimation/{{Patrol 03}}'', who wears a police uniform (unlike her AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal colleagues).
* Rat characters Scrag and Mr. Flea from ''WesternAnimation/{{Pearlie}}''.
* Some of the characters from ''Anime/{{Pecola}}''. The characters are designed in an origami/cubed style. Though they have flat oval-shaped orbs for paws, those that are the same color as the character's hands and face are considered barefoot by default. The only exception are the penguin characters (who [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal don't wear pants]], by the way) that have webbed toes.
* Pip the sea puppy and his uncle Skipper on the British series ''WesternAnimation/PipAhoy''.
* Bright Eyes and Nose Marie from ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies1980s'' are halfway between this trope and HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
* Dr. Maston, a half human/half mastodon MadScientist and antagonist of ''WesternAnimation/ProjectGeeker''.
* Punkin' Puss from ''WesternAnimation/PunkinPussAndMushmouse''.
* Huey, Dewey and Louie from ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack''.
* Margaret (her mother, and most of her cousins), and Eileen from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow''.
* Tubb from Great Britain's ''WesternAnimation/{{Rubbadubbers}}''.
* Salem from ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'' when he's wearing his smoking jacket outfit.
* Sammy the bear, Charlene the rabbit and Wiggy the dog from ''WesternAnimation/SammysStoryShop''.
* The "Emoji family" who appear at the beginning of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'''s fifth season.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Sandokan}}'' [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandokan#Animated_series animated series]]. This one doesn't seem to have an exception.
* ''WesternAnimation/ScaredySquirrel'' from the the self-titled series. A few supporting characters, including series regular Paddy the ferret, were a part of this trope as well.
* Three of the ''WesternAnimation/SchoolhouseRock'' shorts featured [[FunnyAnimal funny animals]] that fit this trope: ''Lucky Seven Sampson'' (a white rabbit with a number 7 on his right foot), the pool hustler cat in ''Naughty Number Nine'', and the worker ants in ''Busy Prepositions''.
* In ''TheSecretLivesOfWaldoKitty'', majority of the supporting characters in the animated segments had costumes that applied to this trope.
* One and Five from ''WesternAnimation/SevenLittleMonsters''. One wears a tank top, shorts and a ballcap while Five wears yellow overalls.
** Although having [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal just an oversized t-shirt]] as his regular wardrobe, Three dons a different costume that pertains to the plot of each episode, in which case a good 1/3 of his wardrobe applies to this trope.
* Some characters from ''WesternAnimation/SheriffCalliesWildWest'', most notably the trio of singing prairie dogs.
* Hardware and Windhammer, two alien members of Mon*Star's mob in ''WesternAnimation/SilverHawks''.
* Poochie from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' goes back and forth between this trope and FullyDressedCartoonAnimal.
* Many characters from the Australian cartoon ''WesternAnimation/SkippyAdventuresInBushtown''.
* Some supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/TheSmokeyBearShow''. The main character [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal has a bottom, but no top]].
* WesternAnimation/SnooperAndBlabber, the {{Detective Animal}}s from ''WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw''.
* The WesternAnimation/SpaceCats.
* Some of the humanoid animal beings known as the Beastials from ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited''.
* Most of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''. In fact, this led to a rather funny situation where [=SpongeBob=] forgot how to tie his shoes, and couldn't find anyone who could help him remember, because most everyone he asked either didn't wear shoes or didn't have ''feet''.
* Lt. M'Ress from ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries''.
* From ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats'': T-Bone and Razor in their pilot suits, as well as Dark Kat. Somewhat odd, given that everyone else on the show [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes wears shoes]], including the main characters in their civilian attire.
* Most of the animal cast from ''WesternAnimation/SylvanianFamilies'', as per [[MerchandiseDriven their toyline]].
* Many ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' characters, most notably Rebecca and Molly Cunningham, Wildcat, and Shere Khan. In the main cast, [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes Don Karnage and Gibber are the only exceptions to this.]]
* Splinter from ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'', as well as some of the supporting mutants such as Baxter Stockman, the Punk Frogs and Mona Lisa. (The Turtles themselves are {{Accessory Wearing Cartoon Animal}}s.)
** The [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 2012 series]] includes Splinter in his long kimono coat, Rocksteady in his tank top and camouflage pants and Tiger Claw, a mutant bengal tiger with a modern desperado wardrobe.
* Some werewolf characters from ''WesternAnimation/TeenWolf'', including Grandma and Grandpa Howard in the main cast.
* The Space Penguins and a few other characters from ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins''
* Some characters from ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985''.
* All the BeastFolk and PettingZooPeople of ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats2011'', [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes excepting]] Leo, Panthera and the Swordmaker. {{Justified|Trope}} in the case of the series' {{cat|folk}}s, shown using their foot claws to [[WallCrawl climb]] structures like the giant tree featured in their GladiatorGames. Noble Cats do make a point of wearing spats for fashion's sake.
* Babs Bunny, Hamton J. Pig, Plucky Duck, Shirley [=McLoon=], Roderick Rat (sometimes a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal) and Rhubella Rat from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures''.
* Some characters from ''WesternAnimation/ToadPatrol''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TootAndPuddle''. Toot and Puddle are pigs who both go barefoot. However, Dr. Ha Song, who is also a pig and Otto, a turtle, both wear footwear. There are other characters who are less anthropomorphic that also don't wear it, as they don't walk about on two legs like the other characters.
* Junkyard, the [[NonHumanSidekick humanoid mutant dog]] from ''WesternAnimation/ToxicCrusaders''.
* Except for [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes Keswick]], almost all the major male characters in ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' are usually seen barefoot, although some of them (most notably main character Dudley) fit under the half-dressed category. {{Lampshaded}} in "Mom's Away", which has a gag about a kangaroo mom who can't find shoes to fit her huge feet.
* Fig the blue fox and his friends in ''WesternAnimation/TumbleLeaf''.
* Dr. Fox from ''WesternAnimation/{{Unikitty}}'' is one of the few main characters who fit this trope with her scientist outfit. Hawkodile wears boxing gear and shades [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal but no shirt]].
* ''WesternAnimation/WandaAndTheAlien'': Both the bunnies of Planet Rabbit, and the aliens of Quome.
* Little Bits, a CuteKitten introduced in the ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' episode "[[Recap/WanderOverYonderS1E21TheLiarTheStray The Stray]]", starts out as one. When the characters enter rough desert terrain, Wander gives her his shoes[[note]]after he's already given her his hat and some of his fur[[/note]] to protect her "poor exposed little footsies". In later appearances, she reverts to this trope when she wears clothes at all.
* Darwin, the [[NonHumanSidekick monkey sidekick]] from ''WesternAnimation/TheWildThornberrys''.
* The majority of the main cast and several background characters in ''WesternAnimation/WildWestCOWBoysOfMooMesa''.
* Most female furries from ''WesternAnimation/WolvesWitchesAndGiants'', especially the wolf's mother and wife.
* Wally Walrus and Buzz Buzzard from ''[[WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker The Woody Woodpecker Show]]''.
* Captain Huggy Face from ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl''.
* {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' episode "Worked Stiff"; Yang gets a job at an amusement park to get a pair of expensive shoes, then when Yin and Yo get them for him after he loses his job, he just throws them onto a power line, pointing out to Yin that he doesn't wear shoes.
* Young Snagglepuss and Boo Boo from ''WesternAnimation/YoYogi'' Snag wears a letterman jacket, shades and blue jeans while Boo Boo wears a blue ball cap, a yellow-and-red T-shirt and white shorts with his signature bow tie.
* Zou the zebra (from the self-titled series) wears a white T-shirt and yellow overalls. Many other supporting zebra characters fit this trope as well.