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- Snoopy and Woodstock from Peanuts.
- The animals from Garfield, apart from Odie.
- The animal cast of Footrot Flats.
- Boot and other dogs from The Perishers, but not the crabs or insects.
- In Marvin, this is how babies and animals communicate.
- Animals in Mother Goose and Grimm use thought bubbles sometimes and Speech Bubbles other times.
- Played with in Stanley Bagshaw and the Short-Sighted Football Trainer:
Grandma: (thinks) He's a boy of simple pleasures.
Cat: (thinks) Yes, that's just what I thought.
Cat: (thinks) Stone me: I'm a mind-reading cat!
- Used in Two Lumps. In fact, in this example, thought bubbles are used for conversation, while internal monologue is handled by Thought Captions.
- Zane the cat in Kurami communicates like this. The titular infant can understand him; it's unclear whether Ana and Bree can as well.
- Used by fish in Amazing Superpowers here.
- Tally-Ho! implies (and has corroboration from Word of God) that the animals do make sounds when they communicate, but the fox claims that a phone wouldn't transmit "dog thoughts." It does anyway.