List of fictional rodents in animation

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This List of fictional rodents is subsidiary to list of fictional animals and covers all rodents including beavers, chipmunks, gophers, pikachu, mice, squirrels, rats and porcupines, as well as extinct or prehistoric species (such as Ceratogaulus).


Character Work Notes
Daggett The Angry Beavers Voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz. Nicknamed as "Dag" and "Daggy", he is Norbert's younger brother by four minutes. Hyperactive and immature, Daggett has a habit of over-emphasized and manic motions and a potent penchant for name-calling.
Handy Happy Tree Friends Handy is an orange beaver with unexplained amputated arms (in spite of his name). The stumps are covered with bandages. He wears a tool belt and a yellow worker's helmet.
Munchy Beaver PB&J Otter Munchy is known in particular for two things—his semi-obsession with wood and his nervous behavior, often lacking self-confidence.
Norbert The Angry Beavers Voiced by Nick Bakay. A.K.A. "Norb"/"Norby", he is Daggett's laid-back older brother. Generally well-spoken and intelligent, Norbert is a highly sarcastic beaver and can do great feats of impeccable engineering with aplomb and without explanation. While he is frequently manipulative of his younger brother and just as often condescending he shows great concern and love for Daggett, constantly soliciting and imposing hugs on the less receptive sibling.
Toothy Happy Tree Friends A light purple/mauve beaver with very large, gapped teeth (from which his name is derived), which appears to be diastema and freckles.
Reilly Open Season


Character Work Notes
Doctor Hamster Peppa Pig A Hamster who works at the hospital. First appears in "Pedro's Cough".
Hamster Egao
Hamster Nanami-chan 2nd Series
Hamzou The iDOLM@STER
Hamtaro Hamtaro A courageous Ham-Ham who's always ready to help out his friends and his owner Laura.
Ebichu Ebichu A housekeeper who embarrasses her owner and at nighttime, she leads the secret alter-ego Ebichuman.
Marion Bounty Hamster Voiced by Alan Marriott. A small blue galactic bounty hunting hamster, who accompanies Cassie in her search for her lost father. Goes berserk when called cute and prone to clumsiness and forgetfulness.
Penfold Danger Mouse Danger Mouse's faithful, if sometimes ineffectual, sidekick.
Peepi Invader Zim A hamster who is turned into a city monster by Zim.
Rhino Bolt A hamster who is Bolt's friend.


Character Work Notes
Abigail Once Upon a Forest A woodmouse voiced by Ellen Blain.
Amos Ben and Me A very important assistant to Benjamin Franklin.
Angelmouse Angelmouse An angel who is not very good at what he does, but gets his job done in the end.
Basil of Baker Street The Great Mouse Detective
Bernard The Rescuers Rescue Aid Society's timid janitor, who reluctantly tags along with Miss Bianca. He is highly superstitious about the number 13 and dislikes flying. Despite all this, when his friends are in danger he'll do what it takes to save them.
Bianca The Rescuers The Hungarian representative of the Rescue Aid Society. She is sophisticated and adventurous.
Blabber Mouse Snooper and Blabber Snooper's expendable partner and assistant.
Brain Pinky and the Brain The smart mouse who schemes to take over the world.
Mrs. Brisby, Auntie Shrew, Mr. Ages, Teresa, Martin, Timothy, Cynthia, Nicodemus, Justin The Secret of NIMH
Cheddar, Cheesy, Toady Voltron
Danger Mouse Danger Mouse Voiced by David Jason. The world's greatest secret agent, so secret in fact, that his codename has a codename. He speaks 34 languages fluently, including some extraterrestrial ones.
Daniel Mouse The Devil and Daniel Mouse A musician who desperately tries to save his partner Jan from the Devil taking her soul.
Dixie Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks Pixie's best friend. Assumes the worst of Mr. Jinks
Eckhart Eckhart An adventurous mouse and the middle child of his family.
Fievel Mousekewitz An American Tail The boy of a Russian-Jewish mouse family forced to emigrate from a Cossack cat infested Russia to the United States, where they fare hardly any better.
Fredrick War of the Birds A male tall blue mouse who teams up with Oliver and Olivia against Fagin, Fredrick is loyal and friendly to Oliver.
Fredrick and Ingolf's Mother War of the Birds Fredrick and Ingolf's unnamed mother who was never shown in the film, but was mentioned saying she was killed by Fagin the Vulture.
Gadget Hackwrench Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers The Rescue Rangers' engineer, tinker and plan composer.
Herman Herman and Katnip A brown mouse who violently resists Katnip's efforts to catch him.
Hickory and Dickory Hickory, Dickory, and Doc Two mouse troublemakers that pursue Doc.
Ingolf War of the Birds Fredrick's younger brother who has a grayish-white color who teamed up with Oliver and Olivia to fight Fagin. He is clumsy and nervous at times. Although he pursues his dream of flying like a bird and loves birds at the end of the film he flies like a real bird before disappearing in a black background.
Jerry Mouse Tom and Jerry A brown anthropomorphic mouse, who first appeared in the 1940 MGM animated short Puss Gets the Boot.[1] Hanna gave the mouse's original name as "Jerry",[2] while Barbera claimed the mouse went unnamed in his first appearance.[1]
Little Cheeser Happy Harmonies A brown mouse boy (voiced by Bernice Hansen), who doesn't want to go to sleep and is led astray by his inner demon.
Little Roquefort Terrytoons A brown mouse, who is tries to live in comfort but ends up fighting and avoiding the black and white cat Percy.
Mappy Dragon Half A fairy mouse who aids Mink.
Max Capitol Critters A curious and understanding, lone, orphaned mouse adopted by the rats of the White House.
Max Max, the 2000-Year-Old Mouse A pink mouse, who lives in a museum and narrates the episodes.
Michi Michi All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku TV
Mickey Mouse Mickey Mouse Mickey Mouse is a funny animal cartoon character created in 1928 by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks at the Walt Disney Company.
Mighty Mouse Mighty Mouse A superhero with superpowers and often sings his catchphrases with mock opera.
Minnie Mouse Mickey Mouse The beautiful female mouse and the girlfriend of Mickey Mouse.
Miss Fieldmouse Thumbelina A mouse who takes in Thumbelina and tells her that Cornelius has died.
Montague Johnny Test Montague is a lab rat, experimented on by Susan and Mary Test. He was also given the ability to talk.
Monterey Jack Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers The Rescue Rangers' footman and communicator with other animals.
Mortimer Mouse Mickey Mouse Mickey's rival for Minnie's affections.
Motormouse Motormouse and Autocat Autocat's rival and always one step ahead of him.
Mouse Ka-Boom Happy Tree Friends Mouse Ka-Boom is an orange mouse who is seen in W.A.R. Journal - Operation: Tiger Bomb. He is French, as he usually says "le" before a sentence or an action, as well as sporting a French mustache. He has protective goggles and a backpack full of bombs.
Mushmouse Punkin' Puss & Mushmouse A Hillbilly mouse who rivals and fights with Punkin' Puss.
Naomi Forest Friends Jeff's best friend, fond of fairy tales and kind-hearted.
Nibbles (a.k.a. Tuffy) Tom & Jerry Portrayed as a baby mouse named Nibbles or a mature boy mouse named Tuffy. Sometimes he is indicated to be Jerry's nephew.
Osgood Dee Little Mouse on the Prairie A city mouse who just moved to the countryside Squeaky Corners to live at his uncle's farm.
Pinky Pinky and the Brain The silly mouse, who strays from Brain's plans and prefers to mess around.
Pixie Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks Dixie's best friend. Assumes good faith in Mr. Jinks.
Rastamouse Rastamouse Crime fighting mouse; lead guitar player for Da Easy Crew.
Roquefort The Aristocats
Sniffles Merrie Melodies An innocent and well-meaning mouse, who takes risks wherever he goes.
Squeaky Danger Rangers
Speedy Gonzales Looney Tunes' and Merrie Melodies The fastest mouse in all Mexico, who outwits Sylvester and Daffy most frequently.
Timothy Dumbo Dumbo's guide in the absence of his mother Jumbo.
Perla , Suzy, Mary, Jaq (real name Jacques) and Gus (real name Octavius) Cinderella


Character Work Notes
Benny The Wild A Eastern gray squirrel who is Samson's best friend and has a crush on Bridget.
Bucky The Emperor's New Groove A kind, happy squirrel who is a great friend of Kronk's and is a tutor on Squirrel Speak in Kuzco Academy.
Bullet The Powerpuff Girls
Coco Urban Vermin A female flying squirrel, the mechanic of the GLF, and another main protagonist. Prior to the series, Coco worked for Ken, but switched to Abe's side to use her genius for good instead.
Cyril Maisy
Hammy Over the Hedge A hyperactive squirrel, Hammy is the least intelligent, though also the most lovable character in the strip, spouting random comments at random moments.
Hazel My Friend Rabbit An orange squirrel friend of Rabbit and Mouse who loves collecting acorns and adventuring with the two friends.
Foamy Neurotically Yours A foul-mouthed squirrel who lives with his owner Germaine, for whom he often openly expresses his dislike. Although he likes to eat cream cheese bagels, has a strong disdain for most things, including obesity, pop culture, and Metallica (he blames them for the end of Napster)
Fran Higglytown Heroes A red squirrel who helps Eubie, Wayne and Kip on their missions.
Jeff Forest Friends An athletic squirrel who often serves as the leader to his group of friends, but can be a show off and tease his friends occasionally.
Jumpy Squirrel Curious George A male squirrel who lives in the country, although he primarily stays in the trees, he will often end up involved with George.
Maggie KrainaGrzybowTV [3] The co-host of the show that appears later on in the series.
Mr. and Mrs. Squirrelson Shimmer and Shine
Nutty Happy Tree Friends Nutty is a light-green squirrel with a yellow diamond-shaped marking on his head and a large curled-up tail that moves when he's excited. Nutty has an addiction for candy or anything that is sugary. He has a big swirly lollipop, candy cane, small all-day sucker, and a candy apple stuck to his fur, which he even treats as his wardrobe, as evidenced in Chew Said a Mouthful, although this sometimes changes.
Rocky Rocky and Bullwinkle Rocket J. Squirrel, usually called by the nickname "Rocky", is the name of the flying squirrel protagonist of the 1959-1964 animated television series Rocky and His Friends and The Bullwinkle Show (both shows often referred to collectively as The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show), produced by Jay Ward. Rocky's sidekick is the cartoon moose, Bullwinkle. Both Rocky and Bullwinkle were given the middle initial "J" as a reference to Ward.
Rupert The Great Rupert A dancing squirrel who accidentally helps two economically distressed families overcome their obstacles.
Sandy Cheeks SpongeBob SquarePants Sandy is a squirrel and is SpongeBob and Patrick's friend. Sandy is notable for her Texan characteristics and knowledge of Karate and science. As revealed in the episode "Patrick SmartPants", and the SpongeBob special "Atlantis SquarePantis", Sandy's full forename is Sandra, Sandy just being a nickname
Scaredy Scaredy Squirrel A smart, germophobic, and occasionally shy gray squirrel who works as a stacker at a grocery store called Stash "N" Hoard and is fond of cleaning
Scrat Ice Age A saber-toothed squirrel, who is prone to taking big risks and sustaining injuries in his pursuit for an acorn. Voiced by Chris Wedge
Screwy Squirrel Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoons Brash and erratic and is considered by some to be annoying with few sympathetic personality characteristics.
Secret Squirrel Secret Squirrel A secret agent who partners with Morocco Mole. His designation is Agent 000.
Simon Squirrel Peppa Pig He is one of Chloe Pig's friends.
Slappy Squirrel Animaniacs A grumpy aging lady squirrel, who gets a kick out of blowing up her opponents while satisfying her needs and accomplishing her objectives. She often accompanies her sweet and pleasant nephew Skippy.
Splendid Happy Tree Friends A pale blue superhero flying squirrel with light blue patagiums(gliding wings), a light blue/white oval marking on his torso, and a red mask around his head. He is largely based on Superman; he can fly, shoot laser beams from his eyes, has super strength, super speed, supersonic hearing, can turn back time, and can breathe ice. He is often seen doing housework until he hears the screams of a character that needs to be rescued
Squeaks Wabbit
Surly Surly Squirrel A selfish purple squirrel, who has a reputation for thievery. Also stars in the film The Nut Job.
Tico Dora the Explorer Tico is a squirrel and a friend of Dora's who lives in the forest and speaks Spanish though very rarely English. He wears a colorful striped vest, and is usually seen driving his little yellow car
Tsukimaru Samurai Warriors A Flying squirrel
Twitchy Hoodwinked A fast talking squirell squirrel- Wirral Tropic Island Hum A refugee squirrel on the run from hunters.


Character Work Notes
Buddy Surly Squirrel Surly's mute crime partner. Also stars in the film The Nut Job.
Bully The Animals of Farthing Wood An antagonist that also appears in season 3 of the TV series.
Frankie Watterson The Amazing World of Gumball Richard's real dad and main antagonist of episode The Signature.
Gan Ah! My Goddess A much-abused temple rat. Generally nice and friendly, Gan is somewhat emotional and very excitable, but highly prone to gluttony.
Jammett Capitol Critters A cynical and grouchy but good-hearted rat, who stands by Max's side and slowly becomes his best friend.
Jenner The Secret of NIMH
JP Urban Vermin He is an informant of The GLF and The Ken's Rat Army. He lives in shadows. He does not choose sides.
No-Neck Urban Vermin Ken's Colonel at the Rats Army.
Rascal Forest Friends He likes to antagonise the Forest Friends and does the scheming for tricks.
Ratasha Forest Friends Although she teases the Forest Friends, she has a slightly nicer nature than the rest of her family.
Rat Brothers Foofur A group of three tricky Rats, (Sammy the Black Rat, Chucky the Pink Rat, and Baby the Violet Rat) who are supporting antagonists of the Cartoon, as They mostly Bully Fencer the Cat, and pester the rest of Foofur's gang, but They work under Big Boombah, who is a bigger bully than the Rat Brothers put together. but in very rare occasions, They aid Foofur's gang.
Ratigan The Great Mouse Detective
Ratso The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue A grouchy and ill-mannered rat, used to bad experience with humans, but after helping to rescue his animal mates and working his household appliance friends, he warms up and becomes more sociable.
Remy Ratatouille An anthropomorphic rat with highly developed senses of taste and smell who becomes a chef in Paris.
Rhubella Tiny Toon Adventures A ginger-coloured rat. Roderick's girlfriend. Loves to belittle and mock the Tiny Toons.
Roddy St. James Flushed Away The film protagonist, who lives a lonely domesticated life until he ventures into the sewers.
Roderick Tiny Toon Adventures A dark grey-coloured rat. Ill-mannered and antagonises the Tiny Toons.
Master Splinter TMNT Sensei to the Ninja Turtles
Templeton Charlotte's Web
Verminious Snaptrap T.U.F.F. Puppy An evil rat and leader of the Diabolical Order of Mayhem (D.O.O.M), Snaptrap serves as one of the three main villains (besides Chameleon and Birdbrain who he tends to collaborate with on occasions) and the main antagonist of the series. Ironically, despite being a rat, he is allergic to cheese.


Character Species Work Notes
Alvin Chipmunk Alvin and the Chipmunks Alvin is a chipmunk who sings with his 2 other brothers and eventually sings in concerts and becomes famous.
The Chipettes Chipmunk Alvin and the Chipmunks The female counterparts to the Chipmunks
Chip Chipmunk Chip 'n' Dale He has the look of the common chipmunk, he is smart and does the planning to ensure he and his best friend Dale survive.
Chuck Chipmunk Urban Vermin He wants to join the GLF. Madman is Chuck's idol. He failed in training but he can join the GLF.
Cro-Marmot Marmot Happy Tree Friends Cro-Marmot is a prehistoric greenish-yellow marmot frozen in a block of ice who wears leopard skin loincloth and holds a wooden club in his hand.
Dale Chipmunk Chip 'n' Dale He has distinctive differences including a red nose, a crop of fur on his head and split buck teeth to match his dimwitted personality. He often ends up needing his friend Chip's assistance.
Dolly Gopher Gopher Re-Animated A gopher who is Golly's girlfriend and one of the cartoons Jimmy sees.
Darwin Guinea pig G-Force The leader of the G-Force team.
Eileen Mole Regular Show A mole who works at the coffee shop.
Flaky Porcupine Happy Tree Friends A red porcupine whose quills are full of white flakes like dandruff, thus her name; she is one of the most popular characters in the series and she has the identifiable personality of being a very cautious and timid character.
Giggles Chipmunk Happy Tree Friends Giggles is a pink chipmunk who has a white diamond-shaped marking, a white oval on her torso, and wears a big red bow on her head. She has the personality of a young girl, as she enjoys frolicking through flowers, having tea parties with Petunia, ice skating, and having a shy and sweet demeanor.
Golly Gopher Gopher Re-Animated A mole who is one of the cartoons Jimmy sees.
Gopher Gopher Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree Created by Disney and not based on any character in A. A. Milne's books, Gopher is a gray anthropomorphic bucktoothed gopher with a habit of whistling out his sibilant consonants.
Kuchimba Golden Mole The Lion Guard A golden mole who lives underground.
Linny Guinea pig Wonder Pets Linny is a five-year-old guinea pig and the leader of the Wonder Pets.
Lydia, Plower, and Milo Ceratogaulus The Land Before Time
Norman Guinea pig The Secret Life of Pets A Guinea pig who keeps getting lost trying to find his apartment.
Prickles Porcupine Re-Animated A porcupine who is Mr. Pickles' rival and one of the cartoons Jimmy sees.
Rufus Naked mole-rat Kim Possible
Simon Chipmunk Alvin and the Chipmunks The smart chipmunk
Theodore Chipmunk Alvin and the Chipmunks A trio of singing chipmunk siblings
Wubbzy Gerbil Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! A gerbil who is the titular character of the series.
El Nombre Gerbil El Nombre A Mexican gerbil who featured in segments of the BBC children's programme Numbertime, and later got his own series.


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