Spiffy, a Neat Freak cat voiced by Frank Nelson, served as the animal Felix Unger, while the character of Oscar Madison became Fleabag, an unkempt dog voiced by Paul Winchell. As in the play, film and live-action sitcom, most of the comedy came from personality clashes between Spiffy and Fleabag, but turned Up to Eleven to take advantage of the animated format.
- The Alleged Car: At least Fleabag's half of it.
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Spiffy has blue fur.
- Anthropomorphic Animal Adaptation: A very loose one, though.
- Barefoot Cartoon Animal: Some of the supporting cast.
- Cat in White: Spiffy wears a white suit...
- Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: Spiffy and Goldie Hound.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Fleabag.
- Nice Hat: Fleabag's baseball cap.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed/Parody Names: Goldie Hound is a Funny Animal version of Goldie Hawn.
- Oddball Couple