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With animal characters in video games and animated movies, shorts, and TV shows, you are bound to find animals with just enough clothing or accessories to make it quirky to that character without covering up the most basic cues like [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal accessory wearing]] and [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal half-dressed]] cartoon animals. With {{Barefoot Cartoon Animal}}s, keeping the feet exposed emphasizes their animal qualities and prevents them from [[UncannyValley 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, especially full-length pants and a long sleeve shirt 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 main situations that would provoke the use of this trope:

# The author wants to hide the character's species.
# The animals are meant to be [[FunnyAnimal mostly]] or [[PettingZooPeople totally humanized]], mostly in a LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy world.
# The setting and time period are portrayed using the outfits.

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.

Any tier of the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism can be this, but it's most common on [[FunnyAnimal Funny Animals]] and PettingZooPeople as characters of those tiers (Especially the latter) are supposed to act nearly or completely human.

Contrast with the BarefootCartoonAnimal, who does not wear shoes but is otherwise fully dressed, and [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal half-dressed]] and [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal accessory-wearing, but otherwise naked]] cartoon animals, who only wear partial clothing or accessories.

Subtrope of AppropriateAnimalAttire. Often, but not always overlaps with TheOneWhoWearsShoes.



[[folder: Advertising]]
* The Car Fox from [[http://www.carfax.com CARFAX]] wears a white & black T-Shirt, light brown trousers and a pair of white sneakers.
* Peter Panda from the classic ''Child World'' toy store in the mid 1980s.
* Jack, spokesdog for Latin America's ''Chocolisto'' chocolate milk products, sports a typical adolescent wardrobe that includes a backpack, a backwards cap and headphones.
* Chuck E. Cheese, the spokesmouse for ''Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza'', had several costumes from the '90s onward that applied to this trope, in both live action and animated form [[Film/ChuckECheeseInTheGalaxy5000 as seen here]]. His current wardrobe consists of a purple & green t-shirt, blue jeans and red & white sneakers.
* The Coco Gang from Kellogg's ''Cocoa Krispies'' cereal in overseas markets. Consisted of Coco the Monkey (who was initially [[BarefootCartoonAnimal the one without shoes]]), Heftie the Hippo, Shortie the Giraffe and Osmelda the Ostrich, their current attire is that of an urban city style (in contrast to their island/pacific wardrobe from the '90s and 2000s).
* Bongo the Monkey from Dannon's ''Danimals'' wears a red shirt, blue jeans and sneakers as part of his regular outfit. Also Shades the ''Danimals XL'' Wildcat.
* Deconstructed in a [=FedEx=] commercial
* In his current incarnation, Gansito (the teenage goose mascot for Marinela's ''Gansito'' snack cakes) has a typical wardrobe that fits into this trope.
* Dig 'Em the Frog from Kellogg's ''Honey Smacks'' cereal.
* ''Kid Cuisine's'' The Chef, who was a fully dressed polar bear in a white chef's costume and hat.
* Syd the ''Koala Yummies'' Koala mascot, who dressed in a Hawaiian shirt, shorts, sandals and shades.
* [=McGruff=] the Crime Dog and his nephew Scruff. [=McGruff=] is best known for his trademark trenchcoat and the immortal slogan "Take a bite out of crime!"
* The ''Nesquik'' Bunny had a costume upgrade in the 2000s, complete with a shirt with the letter N on the front side, a pair of sneakers and a backward cap. This has been seen mostly in European and Central American advertising.
* Cotton the white rabbit from ''Paas Easter Eggs'' wears blue overalls and red sneakers.
* Chris Mouse, the ''Swiss Colony'' mouse in the Santa Claus suit.
* ''Tyco RC's'' Racin' Rat mascot from the late '90s.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* Roobear and his friends from ''TheAdventuresOfTheLittleKoala'' with the exception of Nick and Pamie who are [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal half-dressed penguins]].
* Mido and Fado plus a few other characters from ''Do-Re-Mi-Fa Donuts''.
* Oolong and most other TalkingAnimal characters in ''Franchise/DragonBall''.
* The main cast from ''Going Wild''.
* Zorori Fox from ''Literature/KaiketsuZorori'' has a Franchise/{{Zorro}}-esque costume that applies to this trope.
* Patty Rabbit, Bobby Bear and the rest of the cast of critters on ''Anime/MapleTown''.
* Anime/PorcoRosso dresses normally since he's a human that's been transformed to have the face of a pig.
* The main characters from ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats''.
* The dog and cat cast of ''Anime/SherlockHound''.
* Majority of the ensemble cast of ''Anime/SpaceshipSagittarius''.
* Sanpei/Chim Chim the monkey in most of his portrayals in the various ''Mach Go Go Go'' / ''Anime/SpeedRacer'' productions.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* The cast of ''ComicBook/AlbedoErmaFelnaEDF''. Bird species outside of penguins are the exception, they usually just wear a dickey with their badge/rank designations and other just appear with their plumage.
* John Blacksad, Weekly and the rest of the cast from the French-Spanish comic book series ''ComicBook/{{Blacksad}}''.
* The furry cast of ''ComicBook/BuckyOHareAndTheToadWars'', in the original comic as well as the AnimatedAdaptation and VideoGame.
* ''ComicBook/FixUndFoxi'' and their friends, from the self-titled comic series.
* All the animal characters in ''ComicBook/{{Grandville}}''.
* The adolescent critters from the '50s comic book series ''Hi-Jinx''.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* Banks the Dog from ''Barkeater Lake''.
* The cast of characters from ''ComicStrip/{{Pluggers}}''.
* Just about all of the anthropomorphic animal characters in ''ComicStrip/RupertBear'' and its AnimatedAdaptation ''WesternAnimation/{{Rupert}}'' are depicted as completely clothed, including the title character Rupert Bear himself.
* Most of the supporting characters from ''ComicStrip/{{Shoe}}''. Shoe himself [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal wears just that]].
* Several characters from ''The Sunshine Club''.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/MyBravePonyStarfleetMagic'': In contrast to [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic the residents of Equestria]]; [[WTHCostumingDepartment everyone in Unicornicopia dresses up in ridiculous]] Franchise/PowerRangers bodysuits.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Frankie the squirrel and majority of the main animal characters from ''A.C.O.R.N.S.: Operation Crackdown''. Frankie wears a blue suit complete with boots and a fedora.
* Mr. Toad, Rat, Mole, Badger, and the weasels from ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'' segment of ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad''.
* The Walrus, the March Hare, and the Dormouse from Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/AliceInWonderland''.
* Bridget from ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'', but only because she's TheOneWhoWearsShoes. Also, Tanya in the sequel.
* Some main characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Animalympics}}'', including Bolt Jenkins, Kurt Wüffner, René Fromage and Kit Mambo.
* Mouse agent Nick Grabowsky (a.k.a. Gary Gumshoe) and other rodent and feline characters in ''Animation/CatCity''.
* Some of the animal characters from the 1993 AnimatedAdaptation of ''Literature/DavidCopperfield''. The titular character switches between this and HalfDressedCartoonAnimal for much of the story.
* Cousin Kristofferson, Coach Skip, and Beaver's son in ''WesternAnimation/FantasticMrFox''.
* The mice and rats from ''WesternAnimation/FlushedAway''.
* Basil of Baker Street, Professor Ratigan and other mice characters from ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective''.
* The central cast of critters from ''WesternAnimation/GumNutz''. The main protagonist, Claude the numbat, [[BarefootCartoonAnimal doesn't wear any shoes]].
* Inspector Nicky Flippers and Chief Grizzly from ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}''.
* Master Shifu and Tigress from the main cast of the ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' franchise.
* The Critter, a biker wolf from the TV special ''The Magical Mystery Trip Through Little Red's Head''. He wears a dark vest, gloves, boots and oversized shades.
* Jiminy Cricket from ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}''.
* WesternAnimation/{{Rango}} in his western duds. Also Beans, Priscilla, Spoons and the rest of the townspeople of Dirt.
* Several characters, including Maid Marian, Prince John, Friar Tuck and the Sheriff of Nottingham, in ''Disney/RobinHood''.
* Chanticleer from ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'' switches between this and BarefootCartoonAnimal depending on the scene.
* The dapper koala Buster Moon and most of the other anthro characters from the 2016 film ''WesternAnimation/{{Sing}}''.
* Despereaux, Roscuro and other mouse and rat characters from ''WesternAnimation/TheTaleOfDespereaux''.
* Several humanoid characters including Captain Amelia and Dr. Delbert Doppler on Disney's ''Disney/TreasurePlanet''

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Some of the aliens from the ''Franchise/StarWars'' films.
* Film/StuartLittle in the self-titled film series.
* E.B.'s father in ''Film/{{Hop}}'' is fully dressed. Also, E.B. is fully dressed at the end, even though he is a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal in most of the duration of the movie.
* Greasy, one of the five Toon Patrol weasels from ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', is fully dressed, unlike the other four weasels, who are [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal half-dressed]].

* Brown Bear and White Bear from the self-titled series of books.
* ''Doctor [=DeSoto=]'', a mouse dentist, from the self-titled book.
* The anthropomorphic bear and mouse characters from the ''WesternAnimation/ErnestEtCelestine'' book series.
* Most of the main characters from Mercer Mayer's ''LC and the Critter Kids''.
* The ''Franchise/LeapFrog'' Kids: Leap, Lily and Tad.
* The title character of ''Literature/LittleBear'' averts this trope by usually being completely unclothed, yet his parents and grandparents play this trope straight by being fully-dressed including shoe-wearing.
* The cast of the ''Literature/MissBindergarten'' series.
* Lowly Worm from the Creator/RichardScarry books. Ironic, given the fact that he doesn't have ''limbs''.
* Deconstructed and parodied in ''Little Mouse Gets Ready'' by Jeff Smith, part of the Toon Book comic picture book series and a Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Book. In the book, Little Mouse's mother tells him to "go and get ready" for a visit to the barn with his brothers and sisters. So he does, putting on his clothes and making sure to slip his tail through the [[LampshadeHanging specially designed hole]] in his underpants and pants. After buttoning up his red shirt, he's ready, only for his mother to tell him "Why, Little Mouse! '''WHAT''' are you doing? ... Mice '''''don't''''' wear clothes." He tosses them all off and calls himself a "silly little mouse."
* All of the characters of Anna Dewdney's ''Literature/LlamaLlama'' books are this for the most part. In the AnimatedAdaptation, there is even a sheep kid whose standard outfit is a blue suit-shirt with a yellow undershirt, red tie and dress pants.

* The protagonist in the Music/DaftPunk music video ''Da Funk'' was Charles, an anthropomorphic bloodhound dressed in urban clothing with a leg cast and a crutch.
* MC Skat Kat from [[Music/PaulaAbdul Paula Abdul's]] music video ''Opposites Attract''.
* The music video for Caravan Palace's "Lone Digger" features a wide variety of fully-dressed cartoon animals…and quite a few ''undressed'' ones, because the setting is basically a Zootopian ''strip club''.

* Creator/DataEast's ''[[Pinball/Playboy35thAnniversary Playboy 35th Anniversary]]'' pinball features a human-sized white rabbit wearing a black suit and slacks, interacting with the playmates at the Mansion pool.

[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* ''Series/BananasInPajamas''' friends The Teddy Bears (Amy, Lulu and Morgan) and Rat in a Hat.
* Theo Lion's musical alter ego, B.B. the King of Beasts, on ''Series/BetweenTheLions''.
** Also, Lionel's friend, Gus Rabbit.
* Dirty Dragon from ''The B.J. and Dirty Dragon Show'' and ''Gigglesnort Hotel''.
* ''HipHopHarry''
* Miss Piggy from ''Franchise/TheMuppets''.
* ''RolandRat'' and his animal friends, from the self-titled British series.
* Franchise/TopoGigio was famous for its complete miniature attires, including shoes.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* [[VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay Conker]] the Squirrel decided to wear shorts when his game was [[VideoGameRemake remade]] for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}.
* Pretty much everyone in ''VideoGame/DustAnElysianTail'', except for Fidget.
* Technically, the Moogles from the ''Franchise/IvaliceAlliance'' count, as do the other species in most jobs.
* Eleanor Elephant from the ''VideoGame/JumpStart'' series of [=CD-ROMs=].
* The titular character in ''VideoGame/{{Klonoa}}''.
* Most of the female characters in the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' games wear full outfits with shoes and gloves, including Blaze the Cat and Amy Rose.
** Ix from ''VideoGame/SonicChronicles''.
** You can earn suits for every character, including the males, in ''VideoGame/SonicRivals 2''
* All characters of '''both''' genders in the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' games.
** Dubious in [[MsFanservice Krystal's]] case, in Star Fox Adventures all she had was a ChainmailBikini.
* The Magikoopas from the ''SuperMarioBros'' series games. Bowser himself is normally an AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal, but ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' has him fully dressed in a white tuxedo, a hat, pants, and shoes.
* Delphox from [[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY Pokémon X & Y]] is designed like this, with a majority of its body fur being red while its head and tail fur are yellow. It also seems to be a DistaffCounterpart to Incineroar from [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Pokémon Sun and Moon]], as it has a masculine appearance and resembles a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal, seemingly playing with the PantslessMalesFullyDressedFemales trope.
* Everyone from ''VideoGame/TailConcerto'' and ''VideoGame/{{Solatorobo}}''. Also Mamoru-kun.
* A majority of the Pandaren (a race of anthropomorphic pandas) on ''[[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria]]''. The Pandaren attire mirrors that of historical eastern culture.
* Sans and Undyne in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' are the only monsters that are fully clothed. Everybody else is either BarefootCartoonAnimal or are fully naked in a cartoon sense.
* Pip from ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'' is the only fully clothed humanoid animal. The other two, Drogoz and Moji, are barefoot.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Most incidental characters, plus Captain Blackie Flask and Holly Hollister from ''WebComic/{{Endtown}}''.
* The cast of ''Webcomic/FurthiaHigh''.
* Isolde and Captain Locke from ''WebComic/OzyAndMillie'', as well as Ms. Mudd before she was redesigned as a BarefootCartoonAnimal.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Sancho Panda from ''The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda''.
* Sunni Gummi from ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears''.
* Several supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/AlfredJKwak'', including series regular Professor Paljas von Pinguïn (aka Professor Buffon), fit into this trope.
* The Chipettes in the 1980s ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' cartoon. Also the Chipmunks, when in costume or other attire.
* Anais from ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', in contrast to most other characters who [[BarefootCartoonAnimal don't wear shoes]][[note]]Though technically she's only wearing socks, not shoes[[/note]], [[TheOneWhoWearsShoes only wear shoes]], or wear nothing.
* Angelina and her mouse friends when in their dancing outfits on ''WesternAnimation/AngelinaBallerina''. Also, the entire mouseling cast in the follow-up series ''Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps''.
* Fermin Flaxseed from the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episode, "The Big Candy Store".
* The [[PettingZooPeople anthropomorphic animal]] characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''.
* [[WesternAnimation/TheAtomAntShow Atom Ant]] wears an orange and purple jumpsuit and white helmet.
* The main animal cast from ''WesternAnimation/{{Babar}}''.
* Tasha the hippo from ''WesternAnimation/TheBackyardigans''.
* Baggy Pants, an alley cat version of Creator/CharlieChaplin, from the Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises series ''Baggy Pants and the Nitwits''.
* ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' from the self-titled Creator/{{Netflix}} series, along with many other talking animal characters.
* The Dingo brothers from ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}''
* The cast of characters from the stop-motion series ''WesternAnimation/BuddyThunderstruck''.
* Maggie Belle and her sister Sue from ''WesternAnimation/CalvinAndTheColonel''.
* Captain O.G. Readmore.
* The main characters from ''WesternAnimation/CaptainSimianAndTheSpaceMonkeys''.
* The Greasers and other supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/CatDog''.
* Country, Kitty Jo and Jessie from ''WesternAnimation/TheCattanoogaCats''.
* Gadget from ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'' is usually a BarefootCartoonAnimal, but in the rare case that she is sent in to infiltrate by dressing as a FemmeFatale, her costume is a full outfit invariably including high heels. Also, Rat Capone (who appeared on that episode) had a 3-piece suit with shoes and a fedora.
* The Street Frogs from Rankin/Bass' ''WesternAnimation/TheComicStrip''
* Most of the supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula''.
* Emily, Alexander and most of the supporting mice and rat characters from ''The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures''.
* Chauncey "Flatface" Frog and a few other supporting characters from ''WesternAnimation/CourageousCatAndMinuteMouse''.
* Baskerville from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cyberchase}}''
* The cast of ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse''. (DM wears a jumpsuit [[NudeColoredClothes the same colour as his fur]]. It only ''looks'' as though he's wearing nothing but a belt and a ChestInsignia.)
** Count Duckula was a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal in his appearances on ''Danger Mouse'' and [[WesternAnimation/CountDuckula his spinoff show]], but has become on of these in the 2015 reboot.
* Quackerjack, Megavolt, and Steelbeak from ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck''.
** Launchpad [=McQuack=] falls under this trope in both ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck''.
* Ace Hart, Bugsy Vile and the rest of the characters from Creator/JimHenson's ''WesternAnimation/DogCity''. Also, Eliot Shag and his friends in the live-action Muppet segments.
** Aversion: Mad Dog was the only [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal half dressed dog]] in the cast.
* Some supporting mouse and rat characters from the Canadian series ''WesternAnimation/{{Eckhart}}''.
* Rock Bottom the bulldog from ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat''.
* ''Gaju Bhai'' the elephant from the 2016 cartoon series of the same name.
* WesternAnimation/TheGetAlongGang.
* Muggsy and Tred from ''WesternAnimation/GetMuggsy'', but strangely not Carl, who is nude.
* The main characters from ''Go-Go Gophers''.
* Poochie the dog from ''WesternAnimation/TheItchyAndScratchyShow''.
* Piggley Winks and most other characters from ''WesternAnimation/JakersTheAdventuresOfPiggleyWinks''.
* Terrytoons' JamesHound.
* The Monkey King and other animal characters from ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest''.
* Julius and Sheree in ''WesternAnimation/JuliusJr'', in constrast to Clancy, Ping and Worry Bear.
* Pretty the rabbit from ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' wears clothes, sandals and a [[EarsAsHair "hair"]] bow.
* Dirty Dawg from ''WesternAnimation/TheKwickyKoalaShow''.
* Lapitch, Lisa and other critters from ''LapitchTheLittleShoemaker''. Lapitch switches between this trope and BarefootCartoonAnimal, depending on the story.
* Spencer and Kate Lionheart from MGM's ''WesternAnimation/TheLionhearts''.
* Claude of Bunny and Claude, the FunnyAnimal version of Film/BonnieAndClyde from [[UsefulNotes/LooneyTunesInTheSixties the late 1960s]] ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.
** Also, Sniffles the Mouse, ''The Three Little Bops'', and Jack Bunny in the 1936 [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]] short ''WesternAnimation/ILoveToSinga''.
*** The main protagonist kitten, his father,and all the mice in the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon "The Night Watchman". The kitten's [[GoodAngelBadAngel angel figure]] is a BarefootCartoonAnimal, however.
* The main characters from ''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed''.
* WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks.
* Mighty Mouse, Pearl Pureheart and Oil Can Harry from the ''WesternAnimation/MightyMouse Show''.
* The feline cast of ''WesternAnimation/MontanaJones''.
* Mumfie the Neliphant from the ''{{Mumfie}}'' series.
* The cast from Creator/{{Filmation}}'s ''M-U-S-H''.
* Principal Pixiefrog from the main cast of ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey''.
* Alfred Hedgehog and the rest of the anthro characters from ''WesternAnimation/TheMysteriesOfAlfredHedgehog''.
* ''WesternAnimation/NatureCat'', from the titular series, wears a Robin Hood-esque outfit.
* Elliot the Condor and some central animal characters from the TV special ''No Man's Valley''.
* Spiffy the Cat and Goldie Hound from ''WesternAnimation/TheOddballCouple''.
* The main anthro characters from ''Paws & Tales: The Wildwood Adventures''.
* The characters from ''WesternAnimation/PiggsburgPigs''.
* Mr. Nesmith, Sheen's [[NonHumanSidekick chimp assistant]] from ''WesternAnimation/PlanetSheen'', wears an astronaut suit and fez.
* The Redcoat Cats from the animated special ''Pups of Liberty''.
* Lisa and Sophia from ''WesternAnimation/TheRaccoons''.
* The canine cast of characters from [[Creator/RankinBassProductions Rankin/Bass']] animated special ''The Red Baron''.
* The cast from ''Animation/RimbaRacer''
* Mr. Wombat and Daisy Dingo in ''WesternAnimation/BlinkyBill''.
* The WesternAnimation/RoadRovers all wear full-body suits.
* The title character from Filmation's ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretLivesOfWaldoKitty''. Several of Waldo's costumes have applied to this trope.
* Two, Six and Seven from ''WesternAnimation/SevenLittleMonsters''.
** Although having [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal just an oversized T-shirt]] as his regular wardrobe, Three dons a different costume pertainable to the plot of each episode, in which case a good one-third of his wardrobe applies to this trope.
* The titular character and some of the townsfolk in ''WesternAnimation/SheriffCalliesWildWest''.
* Blip the [[NonHumanSidekick monkey sidekick]] from ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost''.
* WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants.
** Sandy Cheeks is also another one, but she's usually dressed in a diving suit. In her home, she's a straight-up HalfDressedCartoonAnimal, wearing only a bikini.
* Gleek the Space Monkey from ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends''.
* [=SuperTed=], a talking (and flying!) teddy bear from the self-titled series. When not fighting crime, [=SuperTed=]'s super suit is worn under his body of fur.
* Alpha Pig from ''WesternAnimation/SuperWhy''.
* Every character in ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats'' 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 HalfDressedCartoonAnimal.
* Don Karnage, Gibber and some incidental characters from ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin''.
* The Tasmanian Devil's parents (Hugh and Jean) and sister Molly on ''WesternAnimation/TazMania''.
* Scott Helperman the [[TalkingAnimal talking dog]] from ''WesternAnimation/TeachersPet''.
* [=DoorMouse=] and The Shape Bandit from ''WesternAnimation/TeamUmizoomi''. The rest are either {{Barefoot Cartoon Animal}}s, [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animals]], or Nude Animals (Whether they're talking or not).
* The six suit-wearing dogs from the animated short ''Technological Threat''.
* Mondo Gecko, Bebop, Rocksteady, and Leatherhead from the original ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]''.
** Mondo and Bebop retain this trope in the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 2012 series]] along with Baxter Stockman.
* Lilly and Mrs. Jenkins from ''WesternAnimation/TimothyGoesToSchool''.
* Slick Wolf (aka [=McWolf=]) from ''WesternAnimation/TheTomAndJerryComedyShow'' and ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerryKids'' had many costumes that fit into this trope, which in turn were carried over from his wolf predecessors from the classic Creator/TexAvery cartoons.
* Benny the Ball's mother from ''WesternAnimation/TopCat''.
* Kitty Katswell and Keswick from the main cast of ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy''.
* The WesternAnimation/TurboDogs.
* Underdog, Sweet Polly Purebred and Riff Raff from ''The WesternAnimation/{{Underdog}} Show''
* Elliot Mouse and ''The Untouchables''.
* The main cast of ''WesternAnimation/UrbanVermin''.
* Majority of the [[FunnyAnimal funny animal characters]] on ''Victor & Hugo: Bunglers in Crime''.
* Some of the supporting background characters in ''WesternAnimation/WildWestCOWBoysOfMooMesa''.
* Adolescent Cindy Bear from ''WesternAnimation/YoYogi''.
* There are quite a few WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts characters who are fully dressed and wearing shoes, including:
** WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} in all but the earliest depictions
** Clarabelle Cow in most appearances
** WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} in all but the earliest depictions
** [[WesternAnimation/GoofTroop Max and PJ]]
** Minnie Mouse [[DependingOnTheArtist when she is fully dressed]]
** Mortimer Mouse
** MickeyMouse, Whenever he's not depicted wearing his "classic" outfit.
** Horace Horsecollar in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' and ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts''.
** Almost all of the dognoses in the Disney comics, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'', ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'', and ''An Extremely Goofy Movie'', including The Beagle Boys, Peg, Pistol, and Roxanne.
** Daisy Duck in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'', as opposed to other appearances where she is half dressed.
* The school animals in ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'', [[http://over-the-garden-wall.wikia.com/wiki/File:Schoolanimals5.png and they look adorable]].