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->"''I've been having a lot of fun biting animals and turning them into vampires. I visited the zoo last night, and turned the following creatures into vampires: a small monkey, a slightly larger monkey, a penguin, two yaks, a gnu, and something which looked a bit like the New Schmoo.''"
-->-- '''[[http://www.superpage58.com/Vampire.htm Man Diary]]'''

->"''Once the chickens became zombies, the war was lost.''"
-->-- '''Webcomic/SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal'''

Sometimes the ZombieApocalypse, not unlike the bird flu, can carry to other species.

Yes, occasionally even dead animals can be revived into shambling monstrosities after human flesh. This can reach such levels of ridiculousness as (as suggested by the title) [[FoodEatsYou meat animating itself and moving around]].

In video games, these animals are often a SubTrope of NightOfTheLivingMooks, but not always.

In works where zombie humans have ZombieGait, for some reason animals almost never move slower. If anything, they might even get a speed or strength ''bonus''. Can in some cases be justified when zombification reduces brain function, as it takes more dexterity for a biped to run without falling over. Can also be justified in that the zombie plague causes the higher brain functions to cease, while the animal part of the brain keeps functioning. If the subject's ALREADY an animal, then there's no hindrance. Likewise, the fact that zombies don't get tired may work in a reanimated animal's favor, as many living carnivores are sprinters, unable to sustain high speeds for long.

See also NonHumanUndead.

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!!Examples:

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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''CreatureTech'', the blood of Christ in the [[PublicDomainArtifact Shroud of Turin]] can heal wounds and raise the dead. When the shroud accidentally comes into contact with some meat in a butcher shop, the various cuts assemble themselves into a sentient Meat Man.
* Happened in GrantMorrison's SevenSoldiers.
* One of the stories in the ''ComicBook/HaloGraphicNovel'' involves a Flood infestation on a Covenant station. They completely wipe out and assimilate the onboard wildlife reservation.
* ''ComicBook/{{Hitman}}'': Tommy and friends experience "Zombie Night At Gotham Aquarium," which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. [[note]]''Hitman'' #13-14[[/note]]
* In the ''[[ECComics Tales From the Crypt]]'' story "Squash... Anyone?", there is a zombie elephant, rendered in wonderfully revolting detail by Graham Ingels.
* In the new 52's reboot of ''Comicbook/SwampThing'', the BigBad is Death itself (technically, the Rot) personified. As such, Alec must face such undead abominations as zombie ''pigs'' and a reanimated woolly mammoth fossil.
* In ''HackSlash'', slashers often have powers of some kind, usually having something to do with their MO from when they were alive. Bobby Brunswick, who worked at an animal clinic euthanizing animals before he died, has the power to raise dead animals and command them to do his bidding.
* Comicbook/AfterlifeWithArchie begins when Jughead's pet Hot Dog is killed, and he has Sabrina the teenage witch revive him - but he comes back as a zombie, who bites.
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[[folder:Film]]
* In ''TheReturnOfTheLivingDead'', zombifying gas spreads throughout a medical supply warehouse, reanimating half a dog and a butterfly collection. (On the other hand, when the gas spreads over the town, the only zombies we see are human.) A giant rat gets brought back in ''ReturnOfTheLivingDeadNecropolis'', while several lab mice (including the so-called [[UglyCute "Mr. Stinky"]]) become infected in ''ReturnOfTheLivingDeadRaveToTheGrave''.
* An Asian butcher shop is subjected to reanimating energies in ''Film/DeadHeat'', causing hook-suspended ducks to quack, headless chickens to blunder about blindly, and an entire dressed beef carcass to lurch out of the freezer and grapple a hero ''inside its body cavity''.
* In ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'', Moro's severed head is briefly reanimated upon contact with the Forest Spirit's black goo... whereupon it proceeds to [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome lunge at Lady Eboshi and]] [[AnArmAndALeg bite off her arm]].
* ''Film/ResidentEvilExtinction'' has zombie crows, and all three films have zombie dogs.
* One of the ickier feats of ghostly telekinesis in ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' was a raw steak that slithered along a kitchen counter.
* In ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'' the [[strike:[[NotUsingTheZWord zombie]]]] Rage virus was originally tested on and spread by chimpanzees.
* In the ''Film/ReAnimator'' movies, Herbert West, like many a real-world medical scientist, tests his methods on animals first. This includes a cat in one movie and a rat in another. (A rat that, apparently, ''learnt kung fu'' by becoming a zombie...)
* In ''The Mad'', one of the characters is attacked by a zombie hamburger patty.
* ''Film/TheGamers: Dorkness Rising''- After defeating [[TheDragon Mort Kemnon]] and realising he was not the BigBad, sorceress Luster hands a note to the DM: "Raise Dead on the turkey". That they were roasting over their campfire. It [[RunningGag kills the bard]] before getting eaten (and still zombie'd).
* In ''Film/{{Daybreakers}}'', there's mention of ''vampire'' animals. Apparently, they keep igniting in the sun, leading to forest fires.
* ''BladeTrinity'' movie featured three vampire dogs.
* Dracula's Dog, aka ''{{Zoltan Hound Of Dracula}}''
* In an entry that requires a NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer, ''Dead Sushi'' features, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin you guessed it]], zombie sushi.
* There's a pair of zombie ''tigers'' in the film ''Zombie Apocalypse''. Unlike human zombies, they drag prey into hiding to eat.
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[[folder:Gamebooks]]
* ''Literature/CanYouSurviveTheZombieApocalypse'' has [[spoiler:zombie ''lions''.]]
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Used in ''{{Everworld}}''. A fight began during some diplomatic feast. Merlin reanimated the animals they were eating. He also reanimated people that died during the fight so that they could keep fighting.
* In Creator/SimonRGreen's ''The Gods of Haven'', [[spoiler: thousands of enraged animal ghosts are called up from a slaughterhouse, materialize as zombies, and embark on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against humanity]].
** Not clear if they're technically undead or not, but Green's ''[[Literature/GhostFinders Ghost of a Smile]]'' has a room full of animated black-market ''transplant organs'' attack the heroes and try to [[OrificeInvasion get inside them]].
* In Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/PetSematary'', there's a special burial ground and anyone buried there will come back to life. Burying animals there is fairly common, and the zombie animals are mostly harmless (the main character has a zombie cat, and his neighbor used to have a zombie dog), but human zombies aren't nearly as nice.
* OlderThanFeudalism: In ''Literature/TheOdyssey'', [[BlindSeer Tiresias]] ''and'' Circe told Odysseus that his men must not eat the sun god's cattle while on his island. Naturally, they do, since the island didn't have much more than herbs. However, the meat doesn't stay dead, and starts to moo on the spit as it roasts. And [[FromBadToWorse once they]] [[GiantWallOfWateryDoom leave the]] [[BoltOfDivineRetribution island]]... though the intention was not a ZombieApocalypse, but an omen that the sun god was pissed off and about to get revenge.
* One of the [[MagicAIsMagicA rules]] of necromancy in ''TheDresdenFiles'' is that it's often not worth it to raise a zombie animal, as animals leave shallower "psychic footprints" than humans and thus don't have as much power when raised (consider that a human zombie, in deference to tradition, is typically as strong as the Terminator). Harry, however, being CrazyAwesome, latches onto two of the other rules -- first, that is is ''technically'' not illegal to raise animals, and second, that the older something is, the deeper its "footprint" becomes -- and applies these rules to [[spoiler: [[TyrannosaurusRex Sue, the 65 million year old T. rex skeleton at the Natural History Museum]]]]. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Awesomeness ensued.]]
** [[spoiler:Consider that a fossil isn't even an actual skeleton, but an ''imprint'' filled with ''minerals''. So basically, he's reanimated a dinosaur partially made of rock.]]
* The Kellis-Amberlee virus of the {{Newsflesh}} Trilogy affects any mammal over forty pounds. This includes large dogs, horses, cows...and ''whales''.
* Not actually seen, but in ''Literature/OnStrangerTides'', when a sorcerer animates a sunken British ship's crew to serve him, and accidentally raises up the Spanish vessel that sank it as well, one character remarks that there are probably fishes swimming about beneath them that'd been skeletons an hour ago.
* In ''ASongOfIceAndFire'', anything killed by the Others will rise as a wight. This includes horses (often described as riding around with [[{{Squick}} frosted entrails clinging to their bellies]]) and {{bears|AreBadNews}}.
* Creator/BrianKeene has notable examples of zombie animals in his books: ''The Rising'', ''City of the Dead'', ''Dead Sea'' and ''The Rising: Selected Scenes from the End of the World.'' Dead Sea has examples of zombie seagulls, zombie fish and zombie rats, while the other books have a whole selection of zombie animals spanning from birds to dogs. [[spoiler: Zombie insects and zombified plants are also explored in: ''The Rising: Selected Scenes from the End of the World'' and with zombified plants being hinted towards at the end of "City of the Dead."]]
* A pack of zombie hyenas appears in ''Iron Dawn'', as products of the demonist's corrupted magic.
* In the humorous MagiTek fantasy novel ''The Case Of The Toxic Spell Dump'', a seamstress removes a fresh bloodstain from a piece of cloth by having her pet vampster lick it clean. Yes, that's a vampire ''hamster''.
* In the third book of ''Literature/TheImmortals'' series by Creator/TamoraPierce, Daine raises dead dinosaurs and takes them on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge because she thinks Numair has been executed by the Emperor.
* A vampire version of this appears in Creator/ChristopherMoore's [[Literature/BloodsuckingFiends trilogy about vampires]] in San Francisco, ''Love Bites'', ''You Suck'' and ''Bite Me''. Under the series' [[OurVampiresAreDifferent rules of how vampirism works]], anything that has a vampire's blood in its system, and then dies, comes back as a vampire. Since many animals instinctively fight by biting their attacker, animals get vampirized very easily. At one point in the story there are ''clouds'' of mist made of vampire cats flying around.
** [[spoiler: Fortunately, UndeathAlwaysEnds. The further removed vampires in that setting are from the original vampire, the quicker they die naturally or self-destruct psychologically somehow, which is seem with formerly human vampires. Protagonists manage to kill the first vampire cat, and it might never be explicitly stated but we can assume that all animals of a lower "generation" than him fall apart on their own somehow. At one point a flock of vampire parrots bursts into flame in the morning sun simply because they don't know they need to stay away from sunlight.]]
* DavidDrake's ''Literature/TheLordOfTheIsles'' features a lot of necromancers who, in their bid to take over the kingdom, love to raise the dead. Their armies include undead infantry, undead cavalry on undead horses, and even undead shock troops in the form of undead ''woolly mammoths''. Undead cyclopses have also been known to appear.
* In Garth Nix's OldKingdom trilogy Hedge, an evil necromancer, at one point kills a horse so he can raise it as one of the Dead to be his mount, since if it was alive it'd never let him on its back.
* In the ''VideoGame/DeadSpace'' tie-in novel ''Martyr'', there is mention of fish becoming [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Necromorphs]] and attacking, then infecting other fish around the [[{{MacGuffin}} Black Marker]].
* In [[Creator/LarryNiven Larry Niven's]] short story ''Night on Mispec Moor'' the zombifying organism originally evolved to dwell in corpses of native dog-like animals. Then it found human corpses make a good host too.
* In the ''Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures'' novel ''Vampire Science'', the scientifically-minded leader of the vampires has performed experiments which show the "V-factor" can be added to any animal. Rather worryingly, she's not sure where the cats are, but she had a snail for a while (until one of the other vampires stood on it, and they decided the kindest thing to do would be to stake it with a toothpick) and undead ameobas that consume red blood cells.
* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' has several examples:
** Scraps in ''Discworld/CarpeJugulum'' is TheIgor's pet dog. He's what you might call a [[MixAndMatchMan mixed-breed]], and [[MultipleTailedBeast as happy as a dog with two tails]].
** In ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' when [[DeathTakesAHoliday Death stops working]] (when his performance is being evaluated) it also affects animals.
* It is perfectly possible to resurrect animals as Lifeless in ''{{Literature/Warbreaker}}''. Doing this is fairly rare, as creating a Lifeless is moderately expensive (since you can't reclaim the Breath used to animate it, plus you need special chemicals for best effect) and humans are far more useful in most circumstances.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* When you [[PushingDaisies can raise the dead by touching them]], be careful not to touch bearskin rugs.
* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', the first zombie raised by the mask that houses the demon Ovu Mobani is a cat. It was the corpse closest to the mask though, and most of the things it raises are human (the demon require someone to put on the mask so it can manifest, and presumably the wearer needs to be human).
* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'' the White Walkers use animated horses as mounts.
* One episode of ''ForeverKnight'' features ''two'' vampire dogs. One is a blind woman's seeing eye dog. The incident reminds Nick of the time his dog was turned into a vampire. [[spoiler:Nick was forced to stake his dog. The seeing eye dog ends up turning its master (and curing her blindness.)]]
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[[folder:Manga]]
* Junji Ito's manga ''Manga/{{Gyo}}'' is about a village under attack by fish that are technically dead, but propelled by mechanical legs, so they vaguely fit the trope.
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[[folder:Music]]
* Campfire song "Johnny Verbeck's Sausage Making Machine" has this verse:
--> One day a little Dutch boy came walking in the store,
--> He bought a pound of sausages and laid them on the floor.
--> And then he started whistling, he whistled up a tune,
--> And all the little sausages went dancing 'round the room!
* The song "Zombie Jamboree" makes a brief mention of a "King Kong zombie on the Empire State (Building)".
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[[folder:Music Videos]]
* The video for Metallica's "All Nightmare Long" has the Russian scientists injecting the zombie spores into steaks, and watching them slither around.
** Parodied in ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''. In the [=SBEmail=] [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail141.html death metal]], Strong Bad watches a music video for [[FakeBand Taranchula's]] "The Decoupage", featuring what he describes as "Creeping... rusty... meat."
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* There are skeleton and zombie versions of just about anything (but most notably hounds) in ''DungeonsAndDragons''. A well played necromancer will not reanimate {{Demi Human}}s, but monsters, as they retain qualities they had in life, leading to nice goodies like zombie pyrohydras[[note]]like the inability to have their heads destroyed by non-acid damage, complete immunity to fire and cold damage, and ability to attack once per head in a round.[[/note]]
** Indeed, older editions of the game included ''Animate Dead Animals'' as a low-level magic spell, useable by novice necromancers who weren't yet powerful enough to affect humanoid corpses.
** D&D also gives us "Skin Kites," patches of undead skin which fly around and can create more of themselves from the skin of their victims. Then there's the Skulking cyst, a crawling undead tumor. Still other undead include clouds of blood, severed appendages, constructs of bone and an entire graveyard able to come alive like a humanoid golem.
** Generally averted with ghosts, as animals lack souls, but then the "Ghost Brute" template was created, which can be applied to animals.
* No shortage of examples from the {{Ravenloft}} setting. Forlorn in particular is known for its undead wolf packs, an undead StockNessMonster lurks in one of the Core's lakes, and Meredoth the necromancer has been known to raise up undead skeletons of anything from mice to bears to kangaroos.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' has an Undead Horse, undead ears, and Zom[[EverythingsWorseWithBees bees]], which are [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin just what you'd think they'd be.]]
* WarhammerFantasy has the Vampire Counts, who regularly employ Undead Wolves, Horses and Dragons in their service. Nurgle likewise sometimes employ decaying dragons and gigantic Toads, but whether they're revived creatures or Daemons resembling certain fauna is up for debate.
** See also the Fleet Battle game ''Dreadfleet'', which features a giant deep-sea flatfish that swallowed a Skaven submarine. Both monster and crew died when the ratmen tried to ''eat their way free''. Later, the monster's corpse was raised by a Vampire pirate, which also raised the Skaven crew as well. The Skaven simply incorporated the monster into their still-swallowed vessel.
* ''AllFleshMustBeEaten'' provides stats for numerous breeds of undead animal, and they show up in multiple Dead Worlds.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* Practically omnipresent throughout the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' games. Zombie dogs have appeared in basically every game to date, and you have also encountered infected crows (very annoying ''and'' dangerous), an alligator (in a sewer!), a giant zombie snake, a giant Zombie ManEatingPlant, and even zombie ''sharks''. Mentioned in the backstory, with Wesker suspicious of why Spencer had a mansion in the middle of a forest, despite knowing that the virus could infect ''anything'' and from such a location, could end up infecting ''everything''.
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilOutbreak File #2'' had the protagonists forced to go through the Raccoon City zoo: You get attacked by zombie hyenas, zombie alligators, zombie elephants, and zombie lions.
** This got to the point that when normal, if aggressive, crocodiles were featured many were speculating on whether or not they were actually infected with anything.
* In ''VideoGame/DeadRising'' a zombie poodle is shown during one of the opening {{Cutscene}}s. You don't run in to any other zombie animals in the 360 version. The Wii version features them during the normal game.
** It's debatable if the poodle was even a zombie in the 360 version, it could be the zombies favor human meat exclusively to animals.
** Zombie penguins are mentioned as being an attraction in Fortune City in the tie-in C.U.R.E. website. None are seen in-game, though.
** ''DeadRisingChopTillYouDrop'' also has zombie parrots. They have an annoying tendency [[StuffBlowingUp to drop grenades on your head]].
* ''Animales de la Muerte'', a game currently in development by High Voltage Software, developers of ''VideoGame/TheConduit'', involves zombie zoo animals from a Mexican zoo hit with a ZombieApocalypse.
* The Meat Circus in ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}'' features zombie rabbits that attack Lil' Oly during the EscortMission.
* ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies'' has zombie dolphins attack the household. The sequel introduces zombie ''chickens, seagulls, and parrots''.
* In the haunted house level of ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'', racks of zombified beef attack you in a kitchen. In another room, a huge mass of flesh bursts out of a wall attached to a stuffed moose head. And we won't even BEGIN to discuss "Princess"...
* Zombie Carp in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress''. Normal carp are notorious for dragging unlucky dwarves into the water to their doom, but they're generally easy to avoid as long as you stay away from the water. ''Zombie'' carp are a whole new magnitude of "scary," being capable of leaving the water and pursuing the hapless dwarves to their very beds. And this isn't even taking into account the possibility of zombie ''whales''...
** Dead things and dead ''parts'' of thing in an evil region can be spontaneously raised as undead, including untanned animal hides and the shells of mussels.
* ''VideoGame/GuildWars'' has undead dogs (or wolves), undead horses, and undead dragons (several. The BigBad of ''GuildWars 2'' is itself an entirely different sort of undead dragon)
** Not technically undead, but a similar idea, are the afflicted cows in the second mission of Factions.
* ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' both feature Zombie Dogs.
* ''[[ThunderForce Thunder Force V]]'' has the boss "[[ShoutOut Iron Maiden]]", a reanimated... animal thingy.
--> "It was dead, but alive at the same time."
* In ''VideoGame/DawnOfHeroes'', the first Epic Monster you have a chance of fighting is a zombie-cow. It gets 'milked' for any number of [[HurricaneOfPuns bad puns]]. And then it [[CurbStompBattle stomps you flat]]. (Its basic attack does 264 damage. Twice. At the time when you can first face it, your strongest unit MAY have 150 HP.)
* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft,'' the undead player's racial mounts are undead, skeletal horses. There are also models for deer, bears, and wolves that look undead and are confirmed to be infected or diseased with something, but not actually undead. Although in Razorfen Downs, the undead Quilboar are happy to send a pack of undead boars to attack you. There are also undead crabs and Murlocs in the Ghostlands, but this is informed, since they look and act exactly like normal crabs and murlocs.
** In most bodies of water there are swimming schools of fish that serve as decoration. In undead territories, they're fish skeletons.
* In the UndeadNightmare DLC of ''RedDeadRedemption'', the undead plague has spread to the animals, resulting in undead horses, undead wolves, undead cougars, and [[BearsAreBadNews undead bears]].
* The popular ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life}}'' mod, "They Hunger", has zombie dogs, bulls, and chickens.
* In ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' some fish have been infected by Necromorphs and attack each other.
** The Stalkers are implied to be made of both human and animal corpses, namely household pets like dogs and cats.
** In [[VideoGame/DeadSpace3 the third game]], Lurkers are not longer made from [[UndeadChild infants]] as in previous games, but the mummified corpses of small dogs.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'' introduced undead fish for the water levels.
* ''DarkSouls'' has the Undead Dragons. They like to spit poison and have an almost-InstantDeathRadius.
* In ''VideoGame/ColdFear'' is stated that Excell were experimented on animals, including dogs and apes. There's also a dead orca whale which hosted several Infectors, which proceed to attack you.
* ''[[ChaosBleeds Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds]]'' features a zoo level with zombified gorillas and penguins. Unfortunately, the latter don't appear outside cutscenes.
* In ''VideoGame/ParasiteEve'', Aya's adventure in the American Natural History Museum sees her getting attacked by several insect specimens that were brought back to life, as well as reanimated and mutated velociraptors, a triceratops and even a T-rex.
* In ''Shadows Of The Servants'', the evil stems from a cursed monkey's restless spirit. An undead monkey pops up in a brief CatScare scene.
* The very first enemies you face in the WebGame ''Dude and Zombies'' are zombie ''[[KillerRabbit rabbits]]''. They're pretty annoying even if weak, because they're small, fast, and jump while moving. Later on, you fight [[AirborneMook zombie birds]] which are a [[GoddamnedBats massive annoyance]].
* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' has a few examples:
** The conservatory of [[HauntedHouse Spookyraven Manor]] is infested with the skeletons of Stephen Spookyraven's [[ChronicPetKiller many unfortunate pets]].
** Some of the rampaging giant ducks you can fight on [=McMillicancuddy's=] Farm include zombie ducks and vampire ducks.
** During a Zombie Slayer run, you come back as a zombie and can turn other creatures into zombies to add to your horde, including beast-type monsters.
* In the Director's Cut of ''VideoGame/OrganTrail'', the player character will occasionally get attacked by a pair of zombie hounds or a zombie bear while scavenging. Unlike normal zombies, they can't be killed and the player must avoid them until the time runs out.
* Maggie the witch in ''Videogame/RuneScape'' owns a pair of skeletal oxen, Babe and Norman.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Discworld II}}'' (partially based on ''Literarure/ReaperMan'' above) when DeathTakesAHoliday (literally) and then becomes a clickie (i.e. movie) star humans and animals stop dying. Except rats, because Death-of-Rats is a separate entity who formed as a result of ''Reaper Man'' events. (Yes, continuity is... problematic.) Among other things we get to see a sheep skeleton working in clickies as Death's stunt double.
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[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In a more logical instance of this trope, {{Erfworld}} combines the powers of different mages to revive a dead volcano.
* The CharacterBlog of [[GentlemanAdventurer Othar Tryggvassen]], '''''[[InsistentTerminology Gentleman Adventurer]]!''''' from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' once had our lovable LargeHam trying to fight past a horde of undead stoats.
* In the backstory graphic novel for ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Xykon first discovered his powers as a sorcerer when he reanimated his dead dog.
* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] and [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] in ''TheZombieHunters.'' Animals are explicitly TheImmune, which piques the interest of scientists trying to FindTheCure, and prompts jokes amongst the [[DisasterScavengers Zombie Hunters]]: "I have ''always'' considered it a blessing that animals don't turn. Can you imagine? [[SuperPersistentPredator Hunter Zombie]] ''Squirrels?''"
* Zombie horses, mules, and even [[http://www.zombieranchcomic.com/episode/88-ridin-out/ prairie dogs]] have been shown as part of the world of ''Webcomic/ZombieRanch''. Although carnivorous, their behavior seems mostly unchanged compared to human zombies, and their bite isn't infectious to people. Zombie horses are even considered a preferred mode of transportation, but zombie cattle were put down as useless. Regardless of your former species, zombification apparently makes you taste terrible.
* ''WebComic/DeadOfSummer'' has zombie animals in Book 2, the scariest being a giant grizzly bear.
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* The basic premise of the Fear.net series, ZombieRoadkill.
* DeadEnds, most notably the farm chapter.
* The Carnivorous Undead sheep in the "Most in the Graveyard Halloween ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' cartoon.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* On ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', a two-part zombie episode includes reanimated dogs, frog's legs, a chicken and serpentine sausage links.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', Timmy's long-dead pet gerbil comes back as a zombie, with {{squick}}-y [[http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20101101163802/fairlyoddparents/en/images/thumb/8/8d/UndeadEddie.png/401px-UndeadEddie.png results]]. At the end of the episode, it is implied that [[HereWeGoAgain all of his other dead pets have also become zombies]].
* ''{{Vincent}}'', who fantasized he was VincentPrice:
-->He likes to experiment on his dog Abercrombie - in the hopes of creating a horrible zombie.
-->So he and his horrible zombie dog can go searching for victims in the London fog.
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