This List of fictional big cats in animation is subsidiary to the list of fictional animals and is a collection of various notable feline characters that appear in various animated works of fiction. It is limited to well-referenced examples of large felines portrayed in claymation, traditionally animated and non-realistic cgi methods in television shows or feature-length films.
A simple, friendly lion. He does not usually talk, but always sings, "I'm a very friendly lion called Parsley". His best friends are Dill the dog and Sage the owl, but he is normally seen with Rosemary, Basil and Bayleaf the gardener.
the main antagonist, emerging into the story about two-thirds of the way through the film. His sly, purring voice was the magnificent performance of the late George Sanders followed by the late Tony Jay. He was designed and animated by animator Milt Kahl. Khan is not depicted as being lame—quite the contrary, he is powerful, deadly, and sophisticated. Despite this, he is unabashedly murderous, conniving, and villainous, causing all the inhabitants of the entire jungle to fear him. His mere presence in the jungle compels the wolf pack to send Mowgli away, since Shere Khan will kill him because he is human.
Black leopard - a clever, serious and responsible character, quite similar to the Bagheera in the novel, except that in the novel Bagheera spoiled Mowgli more. In the film, it is Bagheera and not the wolves who first finds Mowgli, a young village child and he is the one who takes him back to the village.
The main and title character in the opening and closing credit sequences of every film in The Pink Panther series except for A Shot in the Dark and Inspector Clouseau. His popularity spawned a series of theatrical shorts, merchandise, a comic book, and television cartoons. He starred in 124 shorts (either theatrical or televised), 10 television shows and three prime time specials. He's also known as Nathu and Pangu in East and South Asia and Paulchen Panther (Little Paul the Panther) in Germany.