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* In an episode of''WesternAnimation/ClueClub,'' Dotty is using Woofer (one of the two dogs of the group) as a dress mannequin. Wimper (the club's other dog) and a friend laugh at Woofer, but the last laugh is on them--Dotty rewards Woofer with a large steak.

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* In an episode of''WesternAnimation/ClueClub,'' of ''WesternAnimation/ClueClub,'' Dotty is using Woofer (one of the two dogs of the group) as a dress mannequin. Wimper (the club's other dog) and a friend laugh at Woofer, but the last laugh is on them--Dotty rewards Woofer with a large steak.


* In ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' Suzie dresses Terriermon up and treats him like a baby doll, although she isn't aware Terriermon is actually alive and genuinely thinks he's just a toy for most of the series.

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* In ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' Suzie dresses Terriermon up and treats him like a baby doll, although she isn't aware Terriermon is actually alive and genuinely thinks he's just to a toy for most of the series.


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* In an episode of''WesternAnimation/ClueClub,'' Dotty is using Woofer (one of the two dogs of the group) as a dress mannequin. Wimper (the club's other dog) and a friend laugh at Woofer, but the last laugh is on them--Dotty rewards Woofer with a large steak.

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* In the prologue to the ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' episode, "So Long, Spanky", D.W. dresses Spanky, her pet parakeet, in a shirt and bonnet and has him hold an umbrella. It is at this point that Arthur mentions that he feels sorry for Spanky in these kind of situations, feeling that being D.W.'s pet is worse than being her brother.


** The babies put diapers onto Tommy's dog Spike in "Potty Training Spike" when they thought he was not allowed to pee on trees, and they did it to Angelica's cat Fluffy in "Babysitting Fluffy" when they thought that since she was being ''baby''sat, she had to wear a diaper and drink from a bottle.
** Another ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' example (as well as an example of an adult dressing their pet); at the beginning of "[[Recap/RugratsS3E15NakedTommyTommyAndTheSecretClub Naked Tommy]]", Didi puts a sweater on Spike. Spike is not happy to be wearing the sweater, so he takes it off, and [[BabySeeBabyDo when Tommy sees how happy Spike is being naked, he decides to take off his clothes as well]], and he entices his friends to do the same.

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** The babies put diapers onto Tommy's dog Spike in "Potty "[[Recap/RugratsS4E11PottyTrainingSpikeTheArtFair Potty Training Spike" Spike]]" when they thought he was not allowed to pee on trees, and they did it to Angelica's cat Fluffy in "Babysitting Fluffy" "[[Recap/RugratsS5E10BabysittingFluffySleepTrouble Babysitting Fluffy]]" when they thought that since she was being ''baby''sat, she had to wear a diaper and drink from a bottle.
** Another ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' example (as well as an An example of an adult dressing their pet); pet; at the beginning of "[[Recap/RugratsS3E15NakedTommyTommyAndTheSecretClub Naked Tommy]]", Didi puts a sweater on Spike. Spike is not happy to be wearing the sweater, so he takes it off, and [[BabySeeBabyDo when Tommy sees how happy Spike is being naked, he decides to take off his clothes as well]], and he entices his friends to do the same.


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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': Jen, one of Ted's many [[GirlOfTheWeek girls of the week]], is an adult woman who enjoys dressing up her cats in silly costumes.
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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': Jen, one of Ted's many [[GirlOfTheWeek girls of the week]], is an adult woman who enjoys dressing up her cats in silly costumes.
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* In ''ComicStrip/FootrotFlats'', Wal's niece Pongo frequently does this with the Dog, much to the Dog's annoyance (although he does rather enjoy the raspberry drop tea he gets fed during her make-believe tea parties).

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* In ''ComicStrip/FootrotFlats'', Wal's niece Pongo frequently does this with dresses up the Dog, much to the Dog's annoyance (although he does rather enjoy the raspberry drop tea he gets fed during her make-believe tea parties).



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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': Jen, one of Ted's many [[GirlOfTheWeek girls of the week]], is an adult woman who enjoys dressing up her cats in silly costumes.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': In the episode "Lisa's Date With Density", Lisa does this to Snowball II while Nelson is over; Nelson is not impressed, and Snowball is not happy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': In the episode "Lisa's Date With Density", Lisa does this to dresses Snowball II in costume while Nelson is over; Nelson is not impressed, and Snowball is not happy.

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* In Creator/TerryPratchett's ''The Unadulterated Cat'', this is number 5 in his list of unfortunate things that happen to cats in a house with children.


* In ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', Snoopy is "rescued" by a girl with AndCallHimGeorge tendencies who names him Rex, puts him in a frilly dress, and subjects him to TheDreadedTeaParty and a ComedicSpanking, to his great outrage.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', Snoopy is "rescued" by a girl with AndCallHimGeorge tendencies who names him Rex, puts him in a frilly dress, and subjects him to TheDreadedTeaParty TheDreadedPretendTeaParty and a ComedicSpanking, to his great outrage.


This may overlap with TheDreadedPretendTeaParty, another childish game that is considered annoying by those outside the target demographic.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', Snoopy is "rescued" by a girl with AndCallHimGeorge tendencies who names him Rex, puts him in a frilly dress, and subjects him to TheDreadedTeaParty and a ComedicSpanking, to his great outrage.


* ''WebComic/SomethingPositive'' has Davan bring in Choo-Choo Bear [[https://www.somethingpositive.net/sp05312003.shtml to a pet store for a toy]], only for ''both'' to be horrified at the clerk having dressed her own cat up as a dog. It culminates in the cats being left alone, with Choo-Choo about to MercyKill the clerk's kitty.
-->'''Choo-Choo Bear''': Meh meh murfle meh.[[labelnote:Translation]]Don't worry. Just one sharp twist of your neck and all the suffering ends.[[/labelnote]]\\
'''Clerk's Cat''': Meow.[[labelnote:Translation]]In Heaven, I will sing your praises, my sweet Angel of Mercy.[[/labelnote]]

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* ''WebComic/SomethingPositive'' has Davan bring in Choo-Choo Bear [[https://www.somethingpositive.net/sp05312003.shtml to a pet store for a toy]], only for ''both'' to be horrified at the clerk having dressed her own cat up as a dog. It culminates in the cats being left alone, with Choo-Choo about to MercyKill the clerk's kitty.
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-->'''Choo-Choo Bear''': Meh meh murfle meh.[[labelnote:Translation]]Don't worry. Just [[NeckSnap one sharp twist of your neck neck]] and all the suffering ends.[[/labelnote]]\\
'''Clerk's Cat''': '''Shiba''': Meow.[[labelnote:Translation]]In Heaven, I will sing your praises, my sweet Angel of Mercy.[[/labelnote]]

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* ''WebComic/SomethingPositive'' has Davan bring in Choo-Choo Bear [[https://www.somethingpositive.net/sp05312003.shtml to a pet store for a toy]], only for ''both'' to be horrified at the clerk having dressed her own cat up as a dog. It culminates in the cats being left alone, with Choo-Choo about to MercyKill the clerk's kitty.
-->'''Choo-Choo Bear''': Meh meh murfle meh.[[labelnote:Translation]]Don't worry. Just one sharp twist of your neck and all the suffering ends.[[/labelnote]]\\
'''Clerk's Cat''': Meow.[[labelnote:Translation]]In Heaven, I will sing your praises, my sweet Angel of Mercy.[[/labelnote]]

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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': Sune Västerström is at some point seen holding his family cat, who is wearing a dress.
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* This happens to ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} at one point in the strip.


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* In ''ComicStrip/FootrotFlats'', Wal's niece Pongo frequently does this with the Dog, much to the Dog's annoyance (although he does rather enjoy the raspberry drop tea he gets fed during her make believe tea parties).

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* In ''ComicStrip/FootrotFlats'', Wal's niece Pongo frequently does this with the Dog, much to the Dog's annoyance (although he does rather enjoy the raspberry drop tea he gets fed during her make believe make-believe tea parties).

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** [[DeepCoverAgent Perry the Platypus]] is put through multiple silly outfits and accessories in his secret identity as the Flynn-Fletcher family pet. Special mention goes to "Jerk De Soleil", wherein Phineas and Ferb dress him up [[https://phineasandferb.fandom.com/wiki/File:Ferb_holding_up_Perry.jpg like this]]. [[MissionControl Major Monogram]] laughs through the entirety of their meeting.
** In "No More Bunny Business" Candace finds a seemingly-innocent bunny rabbit and adopts "Mister Cutie-Patootie" instantly. In fact, his name is Dennis and he's trying to infiltrate Perry's home to find his lair and hack into the O.W.C.A. mainframe. Unfortunately, his EvilPlan faces delays as Candace insists on giving him a complete makeover. After Perry defeats Dennis and the lagomorph is in custody, Candace wonders aloud how Perry would look in pink. [[NotSoStoic The monotreme cringes]].

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** [[DeepCoverAgent Perry the Platypus]] is put through multiple silly outfits and accessories in his secret identity as the Flynn-Fletcher family pet. Special mention goes to "Jerk De de Soleil", wherein Phineas and Ferb dress him up [[https://phineasandferb.fandom.com/wiki/File:Ferb_holding_up_Perry.jpg like this]]. [[MissionControl Major Monogram]] laughs through the entirety of their meeting.
** In "No More Bunny Business" Business", Candace finds a seemingly-innocent seemingly innocent bunny rabbit and adopts "Mister Cutie-Patootie" instantly. In fact, his name is Dennis and he's trying to infiltrate Perry's home to find his lair and hack into the O.W.C.A. mainframe. Unfortunately, his EvilPlan faces delays as Candace insists on giving him a complete makeover. After Perry defeats Dennis and the lagomorph is in custody, Candace wonders aloud how Perry would look in pink. [[NotSoStoic The monotreme cringes]].cringes]].
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