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By Rudyard Kipling. Black panther
By George Orwell. The donkey. A cynic who represents people who fail to believe that communism will benefit the Russian people.
The horse ridden by Death
Forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan's (Bones) cat
By George Orwell. A horse. The strong and loyal workhorse killed by the pigs, representing the proletariat.
Based on the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris made into Disneys' 'Song of the South'. The dim-witted sidekick of Brer Fox
Based on the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris made into Disneys' 'Song of the South'
By Jack London. A dog, the main character.
By Charles Dickens. Bill Sikes' dog
A dim-witted but good natured moose
By Hugh Lofting. The monkey companion
By George Orwell. A horse. Boxer's loyal friend representing the educated middle class.
By J.K. Rowling. Hermione Granger's cat in the
Disney. A circus elephant
A dog. Film based on the children's novel written by Ian Fleming for his son Caspar, "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: The Magical Car" (my information from wiki and a Golden Book published 1974)
Sonny Crockett's pet alligator
Killed by Hercules (Heracles) in the fourth of his twelve labors
By C.S.Lewis. From The Chronicles of Narnia. The eagle.
Books & movies. The horse owned by Tom Bombadil
J.K.Rowling. A three-headed dog
A comic strip cat created by Jim Davis
Disney movie. The con man cat
By Terry Pratchett .the World Turtle. Great A'Tuin carries the four elephants which hold the Discworld
the sidekick tiger of Calvin. Calvin is an imaginative 6 year-old.
By C.S.Lewis. Aravis' talking mare
By Rudyard Kipling. Huge and powerful python
By A. A. Milne, The adult kangaroo
By Rudyard Kipling. a giant gorilla
By Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Ingall's family cat
By C.S. Lewis. A wolf Head of the secret police.
Children's books. The rabbit
In the 1949 and 1998 film. A giant gorilla
The whale in the novel by Herman Melville
By George Orwell. A horse who likes wearing ribbons representing the bourgeoisie.
By George Orwell. The tame raven who spreads stories of Sugarcandy Mountain representing religion.
A talking palomino horse. In the CBS television show
By J. K. Rowling. Argus Filch's cat. Mrs Norris originally a character in Jane Austens Mansfield Park novel an interfering overbearing snob Mrs Norris wanders the corridors of Hogwarts with Argus Filch to catch students who are out of bed at night. She is possibly an Animagus?
Krusty the Clown's monkey
Disney movie., Lioness. In Swahili, Nala means "gift".
A dog - Newfoundland in the original story; a Saint Bernard (as per Little Golden Book's Walt Disney's Peter Pan 1989!)
By George Orwell. a pig - the leader of the farm after the rebellion (and death of Old Major) representing Stalin.
Killed by Hercules in the first of his twelve labors
By George Orwell. Prize-winning pig. Gives a speech to start the revolution, but dies three days later. Based on both Lenin and Marx.
A starfish. When Patrick isn't jellyfishing with Spongebob, he is sleeping under his rock house.
The hamster. Voiced by British comedy actor Terry Scott
Also Merrie Melodies cartoons. an amorous Franglais-speaking skunk
By A.A. Milne. A young pig
Disney film. A warthog affectionately called "Pumbaala" by his uncle Boaris (Timon and Pumbaa episode 3, "Russia Hour").
A cat from the European folk tale
An anthropomorphic cartoon horse
By C.S. Lewis. The lead mouse.
By A. A. Milne. The young kangaroo
A squirrel - an inventor and martial arts afficionado from Texas, voiced by Carolyn Lawrence.
By Richard Adams. A giant bear
The Rudyard Kipling. A tiger.
A lion in the Disney movie. The the protagonist. In Swahili his name means lion.
By George Orwell. A pig - Napoleon's rival (inspired by Trotsky)
An animated cartoon mouse.
The rat. The name "Splinter" was given to him by the Ninja Turtles for his proficiency at breaking wooden boards.
By George Orwell. A pig. Napoleon's mouthpiece.
The rabbit in Disney's movie
A.A. Milne. A bouncy tiger
C.S. Lewis. Badger - Friend of Reepicheep
By A. A. Milne. A bear of very little brain
Charles Schulz. A bird friend of Snoopy
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