Characters: Littlest Pet Shop (2012)

These are the characters from the Littlest Pet Shop (2012) series.

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    Main Characters 

Blythe Baxter

Voiced by: Ashleigh Ball

Blythe Baxter is an aspiring fashion artist who along with her father, moved to the Big City apartment above the Littlest Pet Shop, a day-camp for pets. She has a mysterious talent on understanding and talking to animals, usually she talks to them and helps the animals to save the Pet Shop from closing down.
Tropes associated with Blythe:

Minka Mark

Voiced by: Kira Tozer

Minka Mark is a female pink Monkey who is a talented painter. Usually high on energy, she is an expert regarding abstract art. But the downside, Minka gets easily distracted by shiny objects, hanging out on the tire swing, or looking for something to eat.
Tropes associated with Minka:

Penny Ling

Voiced by: Jocelyn Loewen (speaking), Laura Hastings (singing)

Penny Ling is a female white and purple Panda. She usually has a sweet and gentle demeanor, and is the most sensitive of the pets. She also loves to dress up and show off her ribbon dancing.
Tropes associated with Penny:
  • Badass Adorable: She, with the help of Vinnie, Russell, and Sunil, manages to rescue Blythe and the other pets that were trapped on the dumbwaiter.
  • Beware The Nice and Quiet Ones: "Mean Isn't Your Color" shows the usually sweet, soft-spoken little Panda go into a raging fit, and the other terrified pets don't even understand why.
    • In "Dumb Dumbwaiter", she very quickly gets fed up with the male pets' macho act and unwillingness to listen to her, and even Vinnie quickly thinks better of crossing the angry bear determined to rescue her trapped friends no matter what.
  • Big Eater: She's capable of finishing off an entire fruit tray in mere seconds (as seen in "Bad Hair Day"). Also, in "Dumb Dumbwaiter," the only reason she didn't get trapped in the dumbwaiter was because she stopped to eat popcorn (off the floor) after downing an entire bowl of it.
    • Also if you count the fantasies, in the Sweet Shop Song, there is a scene where she takes a massive bite out of the candy table.
    • The beginning of the episode "War of the Weirds," starts off with the pets coming back from the vet and it's reveled that Penny Ling ate all of the cookies that were meant for everyone.
    • During the song in "The Secret Recipe," Zoe offers Penny Ling some popcorn and she grabs every last one in the bag in just one handful.
  • Break the Cutie: It's really easy to make her cry since she's so sensitive. Skunk friend Pepper learned about this the hard way in "Penny for your Laughs".
  • Cuddle Bug
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Phlegmatic
  • Fragile Flower: She has the gentlest disposition in the LPS gang and can get her feelings hurt very easily.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She can get a fly to perch on her hand like a Disney princess would a bird.
  • Full-Name Basis
  • Gentle Giant: She's both the biggest and sweetest of the pets.
  • Large Ham: Quite a bit during "So You Skink You Can Dance" whenever she panicked.
  • Multicolored Hair: White and Purple.
  • Nice Girl: She's extremely hesitant about voicing any negative opinion she may have out of fear of offending others. She's also the only one that didn't find Pepper's insult comedy funny from the get-go.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: At least when food is concerned, it seems. Upon seeing Sugar Sprinkles has sprinkles on her head, she licks her head without even asking if it's okay.
  • Ocular Gushers: A Running Gag.
  • Panda-ing to the Audience
  • Pastimes Prove Personality: She's a ribbon dancer.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: Can rip a large armchair at least twice her size in half when she is angry.
  • Purple Eyes: More in the lines of Gray Eyes due to the grayish tint on them.
  • Shrinking Violet: Reflected by her mostly purple color-scheme.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Has shades of this from time to time. In "Mean Isn't Your Color", she fantasizes about being the center of attention at the ball, and in "Topped With Buttercream", she mentions how having the "super-cute" Buttercream around won't put so much pressure on her to be "impossibly cute."

Pepper Mildred Clark

Voiced by: Tabitha St. Germain

Pepper Clark is a female gray and white striped Skunk whose talent is comedy acts. She usually can make everyone laugh but is sometimes brash.
Tropes associated with Pepper:
  • Adorkable
  • Artistic License – Biology: Pepper has digitigrade hind legs. Skunks actually have plantigrade hind legs.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Don't Explain the Joke: She awkwardly tries doing just this when Penny Ling doesn't laugh at her "Duck walks into a store" joke.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Choleric
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: A lot of her jokes are basically of this variety.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Mainly in "Penny For Your Laugh." At first, she honestly doesn't realize that her new insult comedy routine can be genuinely hurtful, regardless of the insult being "just a joke." Until she inadvertently makes Penny Ling cry, that is.
  • In One Ear, Out the Other: In "If The Shoe Fits" she stuffs her tail in one ear, which comes out the other, to muffle Blythe and Youngmee's eardrum shattering Squees.
  • Joke Exhaustion: A flashback in "Penny For Your Laughs" shows her running the gag of splattering others with pistachio pudding into the ground.
  • Pastimes Prove Personality: She's a comedian.
  • Plucky Comic Relief
  • Prehensile Tail: She can use her tail to grab things with or balance things on the tip.
  • Serious Business: In "Sweet Pepper", she rejects the suggestion to laugh at everything Captain Cuddles says. As a comedian, she won't laugh at something if she doesn't think it's funny.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: Her friends give her a makeover in "Sweet Pepper." The results surprise her.
    "Here Zoe, you handed me a picture of a pretty skunk instead of a mirror."
  • Smelly Skunk: Mostly when she's anxious or upset. Sometimes subverted when she's really happy, then she actually gives off a very pleasant smell.
  • So Unfunny It's Funny: Frankly, a lot of the actual humor of her stand-up comes, more often than not, from how lame her jokes are and how enthusiastically she tells them.
  • Tomboy: It's most apparent in "Dumb Dumbwaiter". During the girls' beauty treatments, she eats the eye cucumbers, has no idea how to use powder, and uses a nail file to scratch her back. She even says "This girl stuff is fun!"

Russell Ferguson

Voiced by: Samuel Vincent

Russell Ferguson is a male orange Hedgehog and the organizer of the group. He's the one to keep everyone in the Littlest Pet Shop on track, making sure the others won't wreck it in the process. Is occasionally mistaken for a porcupine.
Tropes associated with Russell:

Sunil Nevla

Voiced by: Peter New

Sunil Nevla is a male blue Mongoose and wannabe stage magician. Very timid and insecure in demeanor, he enjoys performing magic, but his tricks rarely work the way he wants.
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Vincent Alfonso "Vinnie" Terrio

Voiced by: Kyle Rideout

Vinnie Terrio is a male green Gecko who is gifted in dancing. His dancing skills are top-notch, but sometimes causes a lot of mess to the other pets in the shop.
Tropes associated with Vinnie:

Zoe Trent

Voiced by: Nicole Oliver (speaking), Kylee Epp (singing)

Zoe Trent is a female purple Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who is gifted at singing. A born diva, Zoe likes to be fabulous and to sing, wanting to achieve her goal as the best singer. She is one of the first animals to interact with Blythe.
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    Recurring Characters 

The Biskit Twins

Voiced by: Shannon Chan-Kent

Whittany and Brittany are the twin daughters of Fisher Biskit, the owner of The Largest Ever Pet Shop, a much bigger and meaner pet store and Littlest Pet Shop's chief competitor. They also serve as Blythe's rivals after she declined their offers to hang out with them.
Tropes associated with The Biskit Twins:
  • Alliterative Name: Brittany Biskit.
  • Alpha Bitches: Not ones to take 'no' for an answer, especially from someone like Blythe.
  • Anti Villains: Despite being rivals to Blythe, most of the time they aren't really malicious to either Blythe, her family, or even her friends.
  • The Atoners: Roger during his brief tenure as their butler, convinces them to be nice and help others. Which somewhat works, as they become temporarily reformed. Yet wears off halfway before the day ends, and before they could make amends with Blythe. In fact it was Blythe entering that triggered them back to normal.
  • Cool Pet: They have a baby shark of all things.
  • Deadpan Snarkers
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Their idea of handling Blythe politely declining their offers of companionship involves publicly humiliating Blythe by means of chocolate icing and cat litter.
  • Disproportionate Reward: Their response to Blythe standing up to Jerk Jock Vi Tannabruzzo for them is to make her their new BFF, lavishing her with gifts and treats.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: They may be brats, but they know good manners. In "What's in the Batter?" they call Youngmee out for yawning without covering her mouth.
  • Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: "Oh Whittany, you're so funny."
  • Evil Is Petty: Constantly, especially more pronounced in season 2. Pretty much any time Blythe is interested in something and they find out, they jump at the chance to join in whatever she's doing just to make her look bad. This reaches new lows in the Expo two parter where they attempt to wreck her kiosk (only stopped when they hear Mrs. Twombly coming back), try to prevent her from reaching the expo, tricking her into missing her appointed photo shoot, and stealing Blythe's kiosk and naming it as their own.
  • Friendly Enemy: The show's promos even call them Blythe's "freaky frenemies".
  • Genius Ditz: They secretly have amazing math skills. By "they," we mean both of them, collectively. One can solve algebraic equations near-effortlessly, but can't understand them unless they're put in terms of clothes, while the other has no idea how to properly solve the equations, but can read them well enough to put them in terms the other can understand.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: Without Brittany around, Whittany is actually rather friendly to Blythe.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Opposite hair colors, slightly different outfits.
  • Ignored Epiphany: Whenever it seems they could turn around and be nice. Something always usually has them going back to their usual ways.
  • Ironic Name: Whittany has black hair, while Brittany has white hair.
  • Like Is, Like, a Comma: They can't go a single sentence without, like, adding like.
  • Malicious Misnaming: Sometimes they'll refer to Blythe as "Blech".
  • Moral Myopia: They don't think anything they ever do is wrong, and that Blythe is the mean one in their relationship. When Blythe mentions "everything they've done to [her]" in "Winter Wonder Wha...?" they react with total ignorance, thinking she's making stuff up.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Both of them. In the second episode, they dress in form-fitting Cat Girl outfits for camouflage, and their general design seems to invoke this.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: No offense, girls, but modelling your cake after yourselves and filling it full of red borscht berry filling isn't the most comforting concept in the world.
  • Offscreen Teleportation: They do this a lot, freaking Blythe out every time.
    • Lampshaded in "Fish Out of Water".
      Blythe: Oh... Sorry, Whittany and Brittany, I didn't see you standing there.
      Brittany: You never do.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: They've dressed up as cats and as male, mustachioed newspaper reporters, completely expecting to fool people with the disguises.
  • Peek-a-Bangs
  • Pun: The name Biskits are basically similar to actual Biscruits.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Rich Bitches
  • Spoiled Brats: While their father is a pretty decent person and is trying to teach them morals and business ethics. They're too caught up in the luxury and flaunting it to be really pay attention. And as such when they're forced into a business venture, they put the barest minimum of work into it (i.e: no quality control, using shoddy products, etc). The only time they really seem to want to work at anything is only if it inconveniences Blythe.
  • Too Dumb to Live: After breaking Blythe's phone, they actually go and brag about it to their father.
  • Trickster Twins: Subverted in that while they're always a rather nasty duo, the two of them aren't all that bright, either.
  • Unmoving Plaid: Their skirts.
  • Valley Girls
  • White and Grey Morality: In "The Nest Hats Craze" they break Blythe's phone and hold her captive as part of their plan to raise money to replace it.

Youngmee Song

Voiced by: Shannon Chan-Kent

One of Blythe's good friends in school, who always has an open ear for her worries. Her aunt runs Sweets Delights, the sweet shop next to Littlest Pet Shop.
Tropes associated with Youngmee:
  • Ascended Extra: Has by far the most amount of screentime out of Blythe's three friends
  • Asian and Nerdy
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Girlish Pigtails
  • Hair Decorations / Flower in Her Hair: The two headbands that hold her pigtails look like big purple flowers.
  • Genius Ditz: Despite the Idiot Ball moments below she's an expert baker and managed to make the Taj Mahal cake from memory with only the design note.
    • Also in "The Secret Recipe" she has a photographic memory referring back to scenes throughout the entire series, in which to her point of view would be completely insignificant and easily forgettable.
  • Idiot Ball: Passed in "Sweet (Truck) Ride", when she carelessly lets the pets into the truck.
    Youngmee: Blythe, it's okay to let [the pets] in, they probably just smell all the treats!
    • And then in "Bakers and Fakers":
    Youngmee: You've got to grab your chance to be great when you get it! Just like Albert Einstein became great when he discovered that theory about his relatives. Just like Christopher Columbus became great when he discovered Columbus, Ohio.
  • Purple Eyes
  • Secret Keeper: In "The Secret Recipe" she finds out about Blythe's ability to talk to animals.
  • Super OCD: She likes her food to be orderly.

Sue Patterson

Voiced by: Kira Tozer

Another friend of Blythe's at school, who likes all kinds of sports and seems to admire Blythe a big deal.
Tropes associated with Sue:

Jasper Jones

Voiced by: Kathleen Barr

Blythe's only male friend at school.
Tropes associated with Jasper:

Captain Roger Baxter

Voiced by: Michael Kopsa

Blythe's dad, an airline pilot.
Tropes associated with Captain Baxter:
  • Bumbling Dad
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: In spite of his questionable driving skills, he's apparently a good enough pilot to receive his promotion at the start of the series.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Although anyone who can absentmindedly drive into a populated subway without killing or maiming anybody (that we know of) must be a pretty good pilot.
  • Good Dad: He can bumble a bit, but he's very loving and he's generally on the ball.
  • I've Heard of That — What Is It?: Roger says he's a huge fan of the boyband "The Soul Patches" despite the fact that he knows none of their songs and has obviously never even heard of them, only saying that because he refuses to admit (Or is even outright terrified) that he's out of touch with the younger generation.

Mrs. Anna Twombly

Voiced by: Kathleen Barr

A kindly, elderly woman and The Littlest Pet Shop's owner.
Tropes associated with Mrs. Twombly:

Aunt Christie

Voiced by: Kira Tozer

Youngmee's aunt. She owns the owns the candy shop named Sweet Delights, and a pet bunny named Buttercream Sunday. She first appears as a cameo in "Blythe's Big Adventure, Part One," before being properly introduced in "Topped With Buttercream."
Tropes associated with Christie:

Buttercream Sunday

Voiced by: Cathy Weseluck

Buttercream Sunday is a female yellow and brown Netherland Dwarf rabbit who is good on dancing. Her owner is Youngmee Song's aunt Christie. She is very active and hyper, but also very mischievous.
Tropes associated with Buttercream:
  • Buffy Speak
  • Captain Oblivious: It's revealed in "The Secret Recipe" that up until that episode she had no idea that Blythe talking to animals was unique and thought it was a normal thing that all humans could do.
  • Cloudcuckoolander
  • Flanderization: In her first episode, she was reasonably coherent, even singing an entire song normally. In later episodes, she could barely put enough real words together to make herself understood by the others.
  • Genki Girl: All the time, except when she's calmed down.
  • Green Eyes
  • Mad Eye: Just look at her!
  • Meaningful Name: Her first name, Buttercream is a type of frosting used in cakes and pastries. Sunday forms a pun with "sundae".
  • Sweet Tooth
  • Sixth Ranger: Shaping up to be this to the main pets. While a few of the guest pets have appeared in more than one episode, Buttercream is well on her way to becoming a Recurring Character.
  • Verbal Tic: "Anywho"

Josh Sharp

Voiced by: Samuel Vincent

A boy that Blythe bumps into and promptly falls for. He seems to enjoy skate-boarding, but also likes to read and plays in a band.
Tropes associated with Josh:

Sugar Sprinkles

Voiced by: Kelly Metzger

A cat who is apparently Christie's pet (though Christie's never acknowledged her on-screen). Lives in the Sweet Truck. Has an extremely chill demeanor.
Tropes associated with Sugar Sprinkles:
  • Fun Personified
  • Meaningful Name: She's covered in sugary sprinkle toppings, hence her name.
  • Nerves of Steel: She's so far gone, she doesn't mind being in an out-of-control truck.
  • Once a Season: Has a central role in one episode per season.
  • Shipper on Deck: In "Secret Cupet", she uses a love spell that causes Russell to fall in love with Penny Ling, Sunil to fall in love with Pepper, and Vinnie to fall in love with Minka (which seems to be Pandering to the Fanbase). Though she comes to regret this, and she admits Russell is being immensely creepy, she immediately attempts to do it to Russell again afterwards—twice.
  • The Stoner: Her personality.
  • Wandering Minstrel: Breaks out into impromptu singing with her guitar.
  • You Taste Delicious: Penny licks her sprinkles-covered head first chance they meet. She is pretty okay with this and invites the other pets to do the same.


Voiced by: Shannon Chan-Kent

A girl that Mrs. Twombly hires to replace Blythe while she attends fashion school. She first appears in "Summertime Blues".
Tropes associated with Madison:
  • The Cameo: Briefly appears at the end of "Fish Out Of Water", accepting the Biskit's job offer.
  • Character Development: After forgetting Blythe's name multiple times she finally memorized it some time before "A Night at the Pawza".
  • Genius Ditz: The conflict of "A Night at the Pawza" is set off by Madison being unexpectedly skilled at building websites. Unfortunately, she was so competent at her job of making the upcoming Pawza Hotel look good that it wound up working against her client Sophie, who had to take on Blythe and Roger's assistance in getting the hotel ready for the public within three days.
  • Neat Freak / Terrified of Germs: She wears a face mask when feeding the pets, and uses hand sanitizer after shaking hands with Blythe.
  • Put on a Bus: She pretty much vanishes after Mrs. Twombly decides to take the pets to visit Blythe.
    • The Bus Came Back: She returns in "War of the Weirds" (a full season later), and now seems to be employed by the Biskits.


Voiced by: Colin Murdock

Ramon, with Ramona on his shoulder

An unscrupulous fashion designer, and former owner of Desi. He first appeared in "The Big Feathered Parade", stealing Blythe's designs.
Tropes associated with Ramon:

Emma Hart

Voiced by: Brooke Goldner

The daughter of Roger's co-pilot, and an aspiring tour guide.
Tropes associated with Emma:
  • Chekhov's Skill: Her tour guide skills helped get Blythe through Paris in "To Paris With Zoe".
  • Cunning Linguist: Speaks several languages.
  • The Ditz: She brought a German/English dictionary on a trip to Paris.

Mona Autumn

Voiced by: Tabitha St. Germain

The editor for the fashion magazine, Tres Blasé, and the owner of Cairo. She first appears in "Alligators and Handbags".
Tropes associated with Mona.
  • Caustic Critic: If she likes someone's work, they gain huge influence, but if she doesn't, she will chew them out. Her entire staff is afraid of her. However, it's all just an act—it weeds out the would-be designers who are not truly passionate about their work.
  • Motor Mouth: Due to her packed schedule, she often speaks quickly.
  • Mean Boss: Seeing how she is very demanding at all times, her assistant is completely run ragged to the point of near insanity, and Mona never allows days off except for very rare circumstances. Mona can be seen as this.

Fisher Biskit

Voiced by: Samuel Vincent

The owner of Largest Ever Pet Shop, a large store that compared to Littlest Pet Shop is pretty cold and soulless. He is the father of twin girls, Whitney and Brittany, whom he wishes for them to succeed academically and take over the business one day, but has to put up with their laziness and Lack of Empathy. So far, his daughters' mother has not been shown or mentioned.
Tropes Associated with Fisher:
  • Arch-Enemy: His relationship with Mrs. Twombly.
  • Flanderization: He was originally a calm and stoic business owner. Now he is very expressive, makes idiotic business decisions, and says that one has to be villainous if they want to achieve in the business world according to his Villain Song in "A Night At The Pawza"
  • Predatory Business: Despite owning a million dollar Pet Shop empire, he still sees Littlest Pet Shop as a threat and sinks as low as he can to slander them, if not drive them out of business completely.
  • Uncle Pennybags: With the Flanderization above, originally he was this, before he Took a Level in Jerkass and turned into an outright villain.
    • He slides back into this in "Winter Wonder Wha...?", refusing to get Whittany and Brittany the hundreds of Christmas presents they want until they can prove to him that they can give something to someone less fortunate then they are.

Kora Dixon

Voiced by: Kelly Metzger

A young girl who works at a thrift store, and Blythe's latest friend. She first appears in "Why Can't We Be Friends?"
Tropes Associated with Kora:

    Guest Pets 
Littlest Pet Shop (2012) often introduces pets as One Shot Characters, in that they have one respective episode where they have a bigger role and then don't appear again. These pets are listed here.

Gail Trent

Appears in: "Gailbreak!"

Voiced by: Tabitha St. Germain

Zoe's sister who debuts in Episode 4. Supposedly, she is left inside the Largest Ever Petshop, much to her big sister's dismay.
Tropes associated with Gail:


Appears in: "Gailbreak!"

Voiced by: Nicole Oliver

An orange tabby cat who was once imprisoned at the Largest Ever Pet Shop, with failed attempts to escape.
Tropes associated with Tiger:

Esteban Marion Banderas

Appears in: "Blythe's Crush"

Voiced by: Samuel Vincent

A parrot who claims he's a legendary hero.
Tropes associated with Esteban:

Madame Pom

Appears in: "Eve of Destruction" & "To Paris With Zoe"

Voiced by: Kathleen Barr

An old rival of Zoe's, Pom was picked to become a professional model. While they both fought during the time they bumped into each other again, Zoe admits she cared more about winning than the actual career. They became friends ever since, even though they both admit that Pom is a total diva.
Tropes associated with Madame Pom:

Scout Kerry

Appears in: "Books and Covers"

Voiced by: Kathleen Barr

A cat who the pets assume is a spy for Largest Ever Petshop due to her strange and suspicious behaviour.
Tropes associated with Scout:


Appears in: "Lights, Camera, Mongoose!"

Voiced by: Brian Drummond

A famous and very rich Bollywood star mongoose that gets mixed up with Sunil when the pets go to visit the set.
Tropes associated with Shahrukh:


Appears in: "Trading Places"

Voiced by: Peter New

A dog who stays at the daycamp every now and then. Zoe has a major crush on him.
Tropes associated with Digby:

Olive Shellstein

Appears in: "Helicopter Dad"

Voiced by: Kira Tozer

A tortoise owned by one of Roger's old friends. Minka tries to get her to come out of her shell (literally), eventually succeeding.
Tropes associated with Olive:


Appears in: "Blythe's Pet Project"

Voiced by: Brian Drummond

A squirrel whom Blythe befriends. He has a serious hoarding problem, which Blythe and Pepper help him with.
Tropes associated with Shivers:

Ollie Arms

Appears in: "Eight Arms to Hold You"

Voiced by: Brian Drummond

An octopus who got flushed into the sewers during a storm, and found his way into the Pet Shop. He hides there, only coming out at night because he's afraid of being seen. However, the evidence he leaves behind leads Blythe, Vinnie, Sunil and (especially) Russell to suspect that the shop has been invaded by a monster...
Tropes associated with Ollie:
  • Cuddle Bug
  • Reluctant Monster: The main cast assumes he's up to no good—until they actually meet him and discover he's perfectly friendly.

Joey Featherton

Appears in: "Heart of Parkness"

Voiced by: Peter New

A pigeon who translates for the raccoon tribe in the park.
Tropes associated with Joey:
  • Erudite Stoner: Joey definitely gives off this vibe, though of the New-Age Retro Hippie variant as opposed to Sugar Sprinkles's "party" variant. Both have an intimate knowledge of their home environments, though.
  • Glass Eye: Joey's left eye does not move with his other eye.
  • Hannibal Lecture: Joey attempts one to convince Sunil to stay. It works for all of two seconds.
    Sunil: I do not wish to get "used to it"! I would like to go home!
    Joey Featherton: What would happen there? Will your friends tell you you're a "great mongoose"? A "smart moongoose"? Well, if you stay here, these guys will tell you that every day, man.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed/Shout-Out: Just as the episode he appears in is a parody of Heart of Darkness, Joey himself is a parody of the crazed photojournalist played by Dennis Hopper in Apocalypse Now. Also, his name is based on actress Joey Heatherton.
  • The Stoner
  • Verbal Tic: He uses the word "man", like, every other sentence, man.


Appears in: "Heart of Parkness"

Voiced by: Samuel Vincent

An Indian water cobra who escapes from the Largest Ever Pet Shop, where Fisher Biskit had hoped to sell him for a lot of money. He heads for Downtown City Park, where he makes trouble for a tribe of feral raccoons—at least until Sunil confronts him.
Tropes associated with Steve:

Sweet Cheeks

Appears in: "Pawlm Reading"

Voiced by: Samuel Vincent

A shy sugar glider who's owned by "pet psychic" Finola Frum. Blythe befriends him when she sees that Finola habitually ignores him.
Tropes associated with Sweet Cheeks:


Appears in: "The Big Feathered Parade"

Voiced by: Brian Drummond

A Myna bird owned by Ramon, a top designer for the Big Feathered Parade. He lives in constant fear of Ramon, and eventually helps Blythe to expose him.
Tropes associated with Desi:

  • Break the Cutie: Ramon's ownership has turned him into a bundle of nerves.
  • Shout-Out: He is named after Desi Arnaz, the actor who portrayed Ricky Ricardo (Whom Ramon is based on) in I Love Lucy.

Wiggles McSunbask

Appears in: "Alligators and Handbags"

Voiced by: Colin Murdock

An alligator who is brought into the daycamp. He terrorises the pets into doing what he says at first, but he turns out to have Hidden Depths.
Tropes associated with Wiggles:


Appears in: "Alligators and Handbags"

Voiced by: Kathleen Barr

The pet sphinx cat of Mona Autumn.
Tropes associated with Cairo:
  • Cats Are Mean: Averted. She is quite friendly with Blythe, giving her some advice regarding her owner.
  • Icy Blue Eyes
  • Seldom Seen Breed: Sphinxes lack body hair, and so probably wouldn't be most peoples first choice of a breed to showcase in a series revolving around cute animals.


Appears in: "To Paris With Zoe"

A French spaniel from Paris, whom Zoe falls for.
Tropes Associated with Philippe:

Captain Cuddles

Appears in: "Sweet Pepper"

Voiced By: Samuel Vincent

A European polecat, whom Pepper falls for.
Tropes associated with Captain Cuddles:


Appears in: "The Expo Factor - Part 1" and "The Expo Factor - Part 2"

Voiced By: Tabitha St. Germain

A London-based professional cat model who appears at the International Pet Fashion Expo. She gets a musical number, "All Around the World", and also helps the pets find Blythe's kiosk after the Biskit twins steal it.
Tropes Associated with Delilah:

Otto Von Fuzzlebutt

Appears in: "Sleeper"

Voiced By: Peter New

A very friendly and energetic raccoon. He falls into a "power nap" not long after entering the day camp, which Sunil and Vinnie (Who had taken responsibility for him) tried to hide from the others.
Tropes associated with Otto Von Fuzzlebutt:


Appears in: "Some Assistance Required"

Voiced By: Colin Murdock

A canine model who joins Zoe and Russell on a photoshoot. He seems friendly, but repeatedly sabotages Russell behind his back.
Tropes associated with Tangier:

Baa Baa Lou

Appears in: "Secret Cupet"

Voiced By: Ashleigh Ball

A pygmy goat who informs the pets of the "secret cupid".
Tropes associated with Baa Baa Lou:
  • Extreme Omnigoat: A minor version; He briefly chews on some curtains.
  • Interspecies Romance: Fell in love with a sow.
  • Love Freak
  • Mind Rape: He had stated he was just as cynical about love as Russell was before he fell in love, implying that like Russell his had his entire personality flip-flopped. And he is never shown turning back to his old self. But then again, seeing as it wore off from Josh between episodes, the brainwashing probably eventually went away on its own.
  • Plot Device: He kicks off the plot of the episode by telling the other pets about the "secret cupid".
  • Seldom Seen Species
  • Shout-Out: His name is a reference to Desi Arnaz's signature song "Babalu".

Dodger and Twist

Appears in: "Hamster Hoods"

Voiced By: Peter New (Dodger), Colin Murdock (Twist)

Dodger (left) and Twist (right)

A pair of hamsters who "steal" pet toys and give them to needy pets.
Tropes associated with Dodger and Twist:


Appears in: "Tongue Tied"

Voiced by: Aileen Yoo

A ferret who turns to Blythe for help but finds herself at an impasse due to her speaking little English.
Tropes associated with Jebbie:
  • Genki Girl: Once Blythe manages to figure out her problem.
  • Hair Decorations: Has a blue bowtie-shaped decoration on her head.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes
  • Language Barrier: She can only speak basic English; she otherwise speaks only in Korean.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name comes from the Korean name for ferret; huin jogjebi.
  • Weasel Mascot: Is a ferret, though she's much friendlier than most other mustelids in fiction, presumably because she's incredibly worried.

Cashmere and Velvet

Appear in "Two Pets For Two Pests"

Voiced by: Nicole Oliver

Velvet (left) and Cashmere (right)

A pair of Chinchillas that the Biskit's adopted for their school's "pet appreciation day". They loved the Biskits, and wanted to be their permanent pets. With help from Blythe, Vinnie, and Penny Ling, they succeeded.
Tropes associated with Cashmere and Velvet:
  • Alpha Bitches: Not as much as the Biskits, but pretty close.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Velvet has pink fur on the top of her head and her tail, and they both have tufts of purple fur around their ears and chests.
  • The Cameo: They briefly appear in "Fish Out Of Water".
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: As noted above, Velvet has pink fur on her head and tail, while Cashmere has black fur instead.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Once the Biskits permanently adopt them, they let down their head fur, gaining hairstyles identical to their new owners.
  • Seldom Seen Species
  • Uncatty Resemblance: They are very similar to Whittanny and Brittany, something that is constantly lampshaded by the other characters.

Whiskers and Sideburns

Appear in "Feud For Thought"

Voiced by: Peter New (Whiskers), Lee Tockar (Sideburns)

Whiskers (left) and Sideburns (right)

A pair of koalas, owned by cousins Mr. Coyfield and Mr. McHat, who are in the middle of a feud when they arrive at the day camp.
Tropes associated with Whiskers and Sideburns
  • Animal Stereotypes: Over the course of the episode, they display both the irritable gruffness and sweetness koalas are known for (the former, mostly).
  • Death Glare: They give this to each other constantly.
  • Finishing Each Other's Sentences: Often indulge in this, despite their rivalry.
  • Here We Go Again: When it seems like the feud is over, they start back up again.
  • Jerkasses: They drag the other pets into their feud without considering their own friendships with each other.
  • Malicious Slander: They spread lies about the other koala or pets to make the others angry.
  • Manipulative Bastard: They both play on the insecurities of the pets on their sides to fan the flames of conflict.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: When they realise they were feuding over nothing.
  • No Indoor Voice
  • Revenge Before Reason
  • This Is My Side: They split the day camp right down the middle.
  • Uncatty Resemblance: Whiskers resembles Mr. Coyfield, and Sideburns resembles Mr. McHat. The humans' facial hair color also matches his koala's fur color with each koala wearing a miniature item of clothing identical to his owner.


Appears in "Fish Out Of Water"

Voiced by: Brian Drummond

A goldfish who seeks more out of life then just his bowl.
Tropes associated with Goldie:
  • Creepy Monotone: He breaks out of it in the end.
  • The Stoic: Rarely shows any emotion.
    • Not So Stoic: Starts panicking when he's in danger, and talks excitedly about his adventure back at the day camp.

Dolores The Slow Loris

Appears in "The Very Littlest Pet Shop"

Voiced by: Kathleen Barr

A Slow Loris who gets no respect because she's so adorable and has a high squeaky voice. This does not amuse her.
Tropes associated with Dolores:
  • Berserk Button: She has two; being stared at and being laughed at.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper
  • Helium Speech: A big part of what makes it so hard for her to be taken seriously.
  • Hollywood Voodoo, though subverted as she doesn't actually know Voodoo and tells others she does solely to intimidate them. Her shrinking of the pet shop turned out to be an extended Imagine Spot.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She isn't a bad person, just angsty because no-one takes her seriously and are constantly laughing at her.
  • Killer Rabbit: Subverted, as she wants others to see her as this trope, when in reality she's harmless, but played straight in the fantasy itself.
  • Rage Breaking Point: She gave the pets at least three warnings to stop making fun of her before she gets fed up.
  • Seldom Seen Species: Even lampshades in the beginning that she's very rare.
  • Walking Spoiler


Appears in "Winter Wonder Wha...?"

Voiced By: Tabitha St. Germain

A homesick penguin brought to the day camp.
Tropes associated with Parker:


Appears in "Room Enough"

Voiced By: Jocelyn Loewen

A curious kitten.
Tropes associated with Meow-Meow:
  • Constantly Curious: Asks "Why?" in response to pretty much everything.
  • Cute Kitten
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: With his high-pitched voice and long eyelashes, one would most likely mistake him for a female if not for Mrs. Twombly confirmed he was a male at the very beginning.
  • Hypocrite: When the main pets bombard Blythe with questions about why she can talk to animals Meow-Meow says "Boy, you pets sure ask a lot of questions."


Appears in "Pet Sounds"

Voiced by: Colin Murdock

Minka's cousin, who is part of an experiment in his owner's attempts at animal translating.
Tropes associated with Cheep-Cheep:
  • Determinator: After being convinced that the translator helmet is working, he tries talking to ever person he sees, regardless of how many don't answer him.
  • Seen It All: The other pets think the helmet's flawed translations are funny, but he's heard them so often that he simply finds it frustrating.


Appears in "Proud as a... Peacock?"

Voiced by: Peter New

A peacock who is scheduled to make a big debut at Downtown City's botanical gardens.
Tropes associated with Basil:
  • All There in the Script: The toyline lists his surname as "Featherstone" and states that he loves to dance.
  • Blind Without 'Em: Without his glasses, his vision is extremely blurry.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: He was seen lugging around a dehumidifier in his first scene. It also takes the combined strength of Russell, Sunil, Penny, Zoe, and Minka pulling on his train to keep him from climbing back into the bench compartment.
  • Cool Shades: His glasses initially have clip-on shades, which he loses after his first stumble.
  • Frames of Reference: Shy, meek, and has rounded trapezoid frames on his glasses.
  • The Glasses Gotta Go: Humorously subverted: Without his glasses, he's even more clumsy.
  • Hypochondriac: The first words out of his beak are an inquiry about whether the building has been checked for mould, and he always carries around hand sanitizer.
  • It Is Pronounced Tropay: His name rhymes with "dazzle," not "hazel," which he is quick to point out.
  • The Klutz: In his first scene, he gets knocked down by the day camp door, and he later trips while attempting to strut.
  • Literal-Minded: When Pepper tells Basil that his allergies are in his head, Basil takes it to mean that the symptoms all manifest from his head, which they do.
  • Magic Feather: The pets use a bow tie they claim is "magic" to improve his confidence.
  • Nerd Glasses: Pretty thick ones.
  • Overly-Nervous Flop Sweat: Prone to this.
  • Performance Anxiety: The idea of presenting his plumage to hundreds of people terrifies him, to the point where he breaks out in hives.
  • Shout-Out: His mannerisms and voice are a nod to Woody Allen.
  • Shrinking Violet: Unusually for a peacock.
  • Sickly Neurotic Geek: Suffers from many maladies (which are later revealed to be psychosomatic).
  • Super OCD: He organises the contents of Pepper's prop chest.


Appears in "Sue Syndrome"

Voiced by: Ashleigh Ball

A skunk who can produce all kinds of pleasant odors.
Tropes associated with Mitzi:

Harold Winston

Appears in "In The Loop"

Voiced by: Peter New

An obnoxious Groundhog who likes to tell trivia but is hardly ever correct.
Tropes associated with Harold:
  • Blatant Lies: Almost every fact he says much to Russell's Chagrin. Though in the end, he admits he tends to mess his words up.
  • Jerkass: Of the accidental variety. While he does mean well, he can't help coming off as incredibly obnoxious (even if Russell's the only one who notices) and even calls Russell a "Lesser Hog"
  • Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: He seems to be the cause of Russell's "Groundhog Day" Loop as he says he had previous contact with another hedgehog from Peru who went through the same trauma but along with the Pet Shop possibly being magical/sentient and Blythe's ability, the show will most likely never explain this.
  • Not So Different: Russell realizes that he and Harold are more similar than he thought.


Appears in "It's the Pet Fest! - Part One" and "It's the Pet Fest! - Part Two"

Voiced by: Heidi Klum

A beagle owned by Jason 1 of the Soul Patches.
Tropes associated with Heidi: