List of fictional mustelids in animation

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The following list of fictional mustelids in animation is subsidiary to the list of fictional mustelids. This list is limited solely to notable non-badger characters and non-raccoons that appear in animated works and that are of a species included in the superfamily of carnivoran mammals, musteloidea. This includes weasels, ferrets, minks, otters, martens, red pandas, and skunks.

All fictional badgers are found within the list of fictional badgers.

All fictional raccoons are found within the list of fictional raccoons.

Ferrets[edit]

Name Work Notes
Chip Rio: Rainbow Gate!
Ferry Aikatsu! 2
Freddy Back at the Barnyard A very funny, but dim-witted, ferret and is best friends with Peck, a weak rooster whom he's often tempted to eat; he used to be a carnivore, but then he's become a vegetarian to assimilate to the barnyard.
Mr. Horace My Gym Partner's a Monkey Coach Gills' ferret assistant, who rarely smiles and never talks due to being mute. He has a "strictly professional relationship" with Coach Gills, in which he pushes her fishbowl around.
Nix Jewelpet He's a purple ferret with a black tail tip who symbolizes reconciliation. He wears a blue scarf with an orange star on it
Robear and Robert Iggy Arbuckle Ferret Brothers
Rafra Infinite Ryvius
Uzume Ai Yori Aoshi
Shackelford Clifford's Really Big Movie
Nerugui Naruto

Minks[edit]

Name Work Notes
Minerva Animaniacs An attractive young mink, voiced by Julie Brown, with the ability to seduce and charm any and every male creature around her into the state of a babbling idiot, often inducing Tex Avery-esque wild takes.
Scroch 101 Dalmatians (TV series) A mink pet of Cruella de Vil

Otters[edit]

Name Work Notes
Baby Butter PB&J Otter (Voiced by Gina Marie Tortorici) - The baby of the family. She doesn't talk much, but says an odd word now and then.
Ed Brandy & Mr. Whiskers Mr. Whisker's best friend.
Friar Lawrence Romeo & Juliet: Sealed with a Kiss A good friend of Romeo
Jelly PB&J Otter (Voiced by Jenell Brook Slack) - The middle of the otter children, she often comes up with ideas that sometimes aren't feasible.
Marlene The Penguins of Madagascar (Voiced by Nicole Sullivan) - The Central Park Zoo's only resident otter with primarily brown fur, with a white chest, face, and right foot. Marlene is shown to be both playful[1] and kind towards others, which often conflicts with Skipper's serious and safety-cautious attitude.[2]
Ottoline Rupert (1991 animated TV show) A Scottish otter who loves Shakespeare and lives in an old castle that is for her ancestors. She is Rupert's friend.
Peanut PB&J Otter (voiced by Adam Rose) - The brother of family. Seven years old and eldest of the Otter children, Peanut is smart and can be a little funny at times, but always loyal. He hates dancing, especially "The Noodle Dance" but he still does it anyway.
Reggie Belafonte Surf's Up Based on boxing promoter Don King
Russell Happy Tree Friends A turquoise sea otter who wears typical pirate accessories, such as a Jolly Roger's hat, a striped red and white shirt, a hook, an eyepatch and two wooden peglegs. He enjoys fishing, sailing and eating seafood, especially mussels, which was why he was named Russell. He also likes kite flying in "A Sight For Sore Eyes" and even runs his own fast-food restaurant in "Mime To Five".

He has been seen with Disco Bear and Mime in "Wrath On Con".

Shellington (Dr) The Octonauts A Scottish and scientific sea otter who knows a lot about sea creatures.

Other[edit]

Name Work Notes
Kichi Jungle Book Shonen Mowgli
Master Shifu Kung Fu Panda

Skunks[edit]

Name Work Notes
Bradley Codename:Kids Next Door A skunk found and adopted by Numbuhs 2 and 3 in Operation: C.A.M.P.. Though Numbuh 1 originally disliked him due to his being a distraction to the others, he took back what he said after Bradley and his real parents saved the team from an evil camp counselor.
Fifi La Fume Tiny Toon Adventures She is one of the main characters on the show. Fifi is voiced by Kath Soucie. Fifi is a young, purple and white female skunk with a pink bowed ribbon in her hair. She attends Acme Loonerversity and lives in Acme Acres. She is also one of Acme Loonerversity's cheerleaders in which, like the other two (Babs Bunny & Shirley the Loon), she wears a royal blue ribbon in place of her pink ribbon. Like Pepé Le Pew, she is always seeking love, only to have boys she pursues repulsed by her smell.[3]
Flower Bambi A fictional skunk in Walt Disney's Bambi, though he was not a character in Felix Salten's Bambi: A Life In The Woods, which inspired the film. Flower was named for when Bambi was just learning to talk and found the young skunk among a patch of flowers, and because Thumper the rabbit had just told Bambi what the flowers were, Bambi accidentally called the baby skunk that was in the flowers "Flower."
Madman Urban Vermin Madman's so far out there that he's inside out, upside down and backwards at the same time. This is both a source of weakness and an enormous strength.
Pepé Le Pew Looney Tunes A fictional character in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons, first introduced in 1945. A French skunk that always strolls around in Paris in the springtime, when everyone's thoughts are of "love", Pepé is constantly seeking "l'amour" of his own. However, he has two huge turnoffs to any prospective mates: his malodorous scent, and he cannot take 'no' for an answer, blissfully convinced that the girl is flirting with him, even when she physically assaults him.
Pepper Clark Littlest Pet Shop A female gray and white striped skunk whose talent is comedy acts. She usually can make everyone laugh but is sometimes brash. The smells she produces are affected by her mood; she can make a nice smell when feeling happy.
Petunia Happy Tree Friends An indigo and dark blue skunk with a pale blue arrow-shaped marking on her forehead, which is connected to the triangle shaped marking on her back and she also has pale blue stripes on her tail. She wears a pink rose-hairclip on top of her head and a pine scent car air freshener around her neck. She is the best friend of Giggles the pink chipmunk. They two like to playing dolls and they wanna run into lemonade stand. Even though Petunia is Disco Bear's friend in the episode "Ipso Fatso", she doesn't like him anyway. Petunia is too sad. Her boyfriend is Handy the beaver. She likes him too much. Petunia always liked the environment, but in "Wishy Washy"-episode she wants to clean her home. In the end Petunia killed herself not anyone.

Her favorite color is blue and even purple. Petunia is similar like Giggles, because they two like makeups and everything girly. Her voice is Ellen Connell.

Skunk Franklin A schoolboy of the show's main character, Franklin. He's not part of Franklin's main group of friends and therefore is seen only occasionally on the program.
Skunk Skunk Fu! A young boy skunk who lives and trains under the care of Master Panda; often impatient and sometimes mischievous; uses his stink to defend the dojo against Baboon and the Ninja Monkeys.
Stella Over the Hedge Stella is a short-tempered, sassy striped skunk who is constantly being told by the other foragers that she needs a man in her life
Stinkor He-Man Stinkor is an anthropomorphic skunk with magical control over his own stench.[4] His action figure used the same mold as Mer-Man, wore the same mold of armor as Mekaneck, and actually smelled of patchouli oil, one of only three scented toys Mattel produced (the others being Moss Man and also Perfuma from the She-Ra line).
TeDe (TD) Urban Vermin Leader of the Stink Club.
Winston Urban Vermin He is a skunk from Stinkton, Madman's real hometown. He is Madman's twin brother.

Weasels[edit]

Name Work Notes
I.M. Weasel I Am Weasel I.M. Weasel is a globally-celebrated, heroic, kindhearted anthropomorphic weasel who serves as the titular character of the program. He is noted and admired for his endless, humongous assortment of unselfish, amazing, brilliant talents or achievements
Pinkie Gongoozler Paws & Tales Known to her friends as "Gooz"
The Weasel U.S. Acres The archenemy in U.S. Acres and Garfield and Friends
Toon Patrol Who Framed Roger Rabbit Doom's five-man "Weasel Gang" consisting of Stupid, Smart Ass, Greasy, Wheezy and Psycho
Buck Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs A male insane One-eyed Weasel who lost his eye to Rudy a albino Baryonx and was nearly eaten by Rudy, Until he managed to get out of the dinosaur`s mouth and broke Rudy`s tooth and carries it as a knife, He helped Manny,Ellie,Diego,Crash and Eddie to find Sid, After the journey of finding Sid and Ellie who has given birth to Peaches, They are pursued by Rudy who wants revenge on Buck but is knocked off a cliff by Mama Tyrannosaurus,Saddened thinking Rudy is dead he decides to go with the group to live in the Ice Age, but changes his mind when he hears Rudy`s roar knowing he is still alive and in the end rides on Rudy and briefly appears in Ice Age: Continental Drift.
One-eyed Weasel Leafie, a Hen into the Wild A weasel who is the main antagonist of the movie, She persists in hunting Leafie and the ducks for food. She lost her eye during a battle with the guard duck Wanderer when he clawed her eye, But killed Wanderer and his mate,Sometime in winter she became a mother to some weasel pups after saving Greenie, Leafie said goodbye to him after he left Weasel came and Leafie knowing that the Weasel only kills for her babies sacrifices herself to Weasel and in the end weasel lives and is able to feed the pups.
Wilma The Flight Before Christmas A singing weasel who accompanies Niko the reindeer on his quest to learn more about his father. It's implied that she becomes the love interest of Niko's other companion, Julius the flying squirrel.

Misc[edit]

Name Type Work Notes
Leppy Leptictidium The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Leptictidium are extinct.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Crown Fools". The Penguins of Madagascar. Season 1. Episode 11. April 9, 2009. Nickelodeon.
  2. ^ "The Hidden". The Penguins of Madagascar. Season 1. Episode 12. April 18, 2009. Nickelodeon.
  3. ^ ANDY MEISLER, "Steven Spielberg Promises: 'Th-Th-That's Not All, Folks'," The New York Times (July 8, 1990).
  4. ^ "Battle of the Fun Factories". Time. 1985-12-16. Retrieved 2010-03-03.