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Voiced by: Terry McGurrin

The main protagonist of the show. Scaredy works at the Stash 'N Hoard, for his Mean Boss, Nestor. Can be rather timid, but is brave when he has to be.


Voiced by: Jonathan Gould
Dave is Scaredy's Best friend. Somewhat slow witted, but is right some of the time.


Scaredy's pet plant. He may or may not be sentient, but Scaredy certainly believes that he is.

  • Companion Cube: He's Scaredy's pet plant.
  • Jerkass: Some of his actions imply this...assuming he's sentient.
  • Sadist: Forced Scaredy to wear the "Hat Of Pain" once.

Voiced by: Linda Kash

A big fish who has a giant crush on Scaredy, but he does not feel the same way towards her. Sally does not like it if anyone else but her speaks to him.

Voiced by: Patrick McKenna

Scaredy's incompetent boss. He is the main villain of the show, and is not at all nice. Nestor is very foolish, and is very loyal to his mom, no matter how badly she treats him.

Voiced by: David Berni

A ferret and Scaredy's childhood rival. Always wanting to show Scaredy up, he wants to be the best paddleball player in Balsa City. He also occasionally helps Nestor with his evil plans.

Voiced by: Jayne Eastwood

A loud, elderly chicken, Momma is the owner of the Stash 'N Hoard and Nestor's mother. It is unknown what her real name is.

Voiced by: Jamie Watson

One of Nestor's employees. A frog who doesn't seem to care much about her job or her colleagues.

  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass She may seem slow and incompetent on the job, and does nothing but belch soda. But she is in fact a highly skilled and badass super spy.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She has her moments.
    Nestor: (teasing Scaredy) "In fact, there is so much chicken [in this park], some of it ends up in line for the rides!" (laughs to himself)
    Mildred: "Like you, Nestor? You're a chicken."
  • Dull Surprise
  • Gasshole: Belches all the time.
  • Going Commando: Apparently, she, as well as several other shoppers, doesn't wear underwear or a bra underneath her clothes, as seen in "The Talented Mr. Peacock".
  • Gonk
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: A rare female example. It's not all that noticeable normally, as her clothes cover past her legs, but a brief shot in "From Rodent With Love" shows that she doesn't wear pants.
  • Hidden Depths: In "Lumberjack Day", she's shown to be very skilled at playing a banjo, and when she's not working at the Stash N' Hoard, she tends to teach spin classes and save the world from evil otters as a spy.
  • Not So Above It All: In "How To Succeed In Groceries", after Nestor leaves and Scaredy is appointed the temporary boss, getting rid of all rules in the process, Mildred does a brief hula dance, dressed in appropriate clothing.
  • Only Sane Man: Possibly the only person on the show who truly is sane than everyone else.
  • Overly Long Tongue: Being a frog, she naturally has one of these. It manages to come in handy in "From Rodent With Love", where she uses it to take off Scaredy's shirt, which is reflective from the inside-out, to reflect a laser beam off of it in order to save themselves from certain death.
  • The Stoic: Even when her life is threatened by evil otters, her voice never shows any emotion beyond her dull monotone.


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