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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Flo's donkey and horse parents are never seen again after she grows up. It can be assumed that they died of old age, except that the other horses that were around before Flo was born are still alive.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Flo's donkey and horse parents are never seen again after she grows up. It can be assumed that they died of old age, except that the other horses that were around before Flo was born are still alive.

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* AnnoyingLaugh: Velcro's high-pitched giggling is described by {{WebVideo/Bobsheaux}} as sounding like a goblin.


* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: The other horses mock and avoid Flo because she is different from her.

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: The other horses mock and avoid Flo because she is different from her.them.


* DesignatedHero: Jack is treated as a hero for beating up the coyote, never mind that he broke most of Farmer Jim's windows in the stable while doing so.

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* DesignatedHero: HeroInsurance: Jack is treated as a hero for beating up the coyote, never mind that he broke most of Farmer Jim's windows in the stable while doing so.

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* DesignatedHero: Jack is treated as a hero for beating up the coyote, never mind that he broke most of Farmer Jim's windows in the stable while doing so.


* AccidentalAesop: One with some UnfortunateImplications, too. Flo never does much of anything other than stare longingly at the other horses who have rejected her, indicating she wants to be their friend. Yet apparently at the very end, having the Gypsy King's baby (or at least ''a'' baby) was her dream, although by proxy this seems to get her accepted. The unintended moral seems to be, "If no one likes you, get pregnant with the resident popular guy's kid."

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* AccidentalAesop: One with some UnfortunateImplications, too. Flo never does much of anything other than stare longingly at the other horses who have rejected her, indicating she wants to be their friend. Yet apparently at the very end, having the Gypsy King's baby (or at least ''a'' baby) was her dream, although by proxy this seems to get her accepted. The unintended moral seems to be, "If no one likes you, get pregnant with the resident popular guy's kid."


* SeldomSeenSpecies:
** The horses are given explicitly-named breeds instead of just being generic "horses". There are Gypsy Vanner horses, Percheron draft horses, and Miniature horses. Jack is a Mammoth donkey.
** One of the bird characters is a golden pheasant.



* SeldomSeenSpecies:
** The horses are given explicitly-named breeds instead of just being generic "horses". There are Gypsy Vanner horses, Persian draft horses, and Miniature horses. Jack is a Mammoth donkey.
** One of the bird characters is a golden pheasant.


* {{Xenofiction}}: The story is from the POV of farm animals.


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* {{Xenofiction}}: The story is from the POV of farm animals.

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* {{Expy}}: Tuffy/Fluffy [=McDuffy=]'s orange fur and lazy and sarcastic attitude makes him resemble {{ComicStrip/Garfield}}. His voice even sounds similar to Lorenzo Music's take on the character in the animated adaptations.


* ShoutOut: At the end, Tuffy/Fluffy is seen waving his paw in a similar manner to the famous Japanese "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maneki-neko beckoning cat]]" figure.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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At the end, Tuffy/Fluffy is seen waving his paw in a similar manner to the famous Japanese "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maneki-neko beckoning cat]]" figure.figure.
** At one point while narrating, Tuffy/Fluffy calls the coyote that attacks the farm a "[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes wily]] [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner coyote]]".


''Dream Come True (A Mule Mom's Story)'' is a short animated film of unknown origin (outside of the sound editor uploading it) about equines on a farm.

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''Dream Come True (A Mule Mom's Story)'' is a short animated film of unknown origin (outside of the sound editor uploading it) about equines on a farm. \n The film was made to advertise a [[https://gypsyhorse.info/?page_id=792 program]] that uses mules to breed Gypsy Vanner horses via artificial insemination.


* TheVoiceless: Farmer Jim never once speaks onscreen. [[Narrator Tuffy/Fluffy the cat]] speaks for him.

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* TheVoiceless: Farmer Jim never once speaks onscreen. [[Narrator [[{{Narrator}} Tuffy/Fluffy the cat]] speaks for him.


* AnnoyingLaugh: Flo's laugh is described by {{WebVideo/Bobsheaux}} as sounding like a goblin.

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* AnnoyingLaugh: Flo's laugh Velcro's high-pitched giggling is described by {{WebVideo/Bobsheaux}} as sounding like a goblin.



** A golden pheasant character looks little like a golden pheasant and more like an orange chicken.

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** A golden pheasant character looks little like a golden pheasant and more like a cross between a chicken, an orange chicken.owl, and a parrot.


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* TheVoiceless: Farmer Jim never once speaks onscreen. [[Narrator Tuffy/Fluffy the cat]] speaks for him.

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