These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Sgt. Tibbs was quite popular, possibly for being almost Keet and subverting Cats Are Mean.
Patch, through and through. 95% of all merchandise features him.
Roger, for giving us the song "Cruella De Vil" is almost universally liked, especially because how much he enjoys it hamming the song up
Foe Yay: Cruella seems to have a bit too much interest in Roger. Seriously, she's on a first name basis with him, relishes albeit playfully that he's "a fool" and jokes about his songs. And in the moment her offer to purchase the puppies for their fur was rejected by Roger, after she's finished going off on Annetta, the nanny and the dogs, she storms off...only to return and call Roger an "idiot" and then storming off again. And in a later scene she singles out Roger of the grieving couple when the puppies are stolen and again thinks of him lovingly as a "fool".
Jerkass Woobie: Horace and Jasper could qualify considering they have to endure the berating of their Bad Boss Cruella.
"Blast this pen, blast this wretched, wretched pen!"
In Israel, kids often call Cruella ‘debil’ (a word borrowed from French débil via Russian meaning ‘dumbass’).
Misaimed Fandom: Many fur fans actually like Cruella, especially the animated version, for her huge fox coat. And a lot of the mentions of fur, like sleeping between ermine sheets in the book, often just seem like a sybaritic Pretty in Mink.
Sequelitis: Patch's London Adventure makes this the third version to have a sequel.
But as far as Disney sequels go, it's one of the better ones.
Viewer Gender Confusion: Pepper gets one speaking line during the entire film and her voice led many people to believe she was male.
The Live Action Remake and its Sequel
Broken Base: The first live-action movie is a base breaker on its own compared to the animated version, but the sequel is even more of one. Was it better, worse, or on the same level as the first movie?