|Looney Tunes character|
|First appearance||Rabbit's Kin (1952)|
|Voiced by||Stan Freberg (1952–2014)
Joe Alaskey (1990–2016)
John Kassir (2011–present)
Jess Harnell (2015-present)
|Relatives||Peter Puma (Father)
Pat Puma (mother)
Penelope Puma (sister)
Paul Puma (cousin)
Though Pete Puma made only two appearances, in Rabbit's Kin and in Pullet Surprise, he is often vividly remembered by cartoon fans, especially for his bizarre, inhaled, almost choking laugh (based on comedian Frank Fontaine's "Crazy Guggenheim" character). In Rabbit's Kin, Pete is chasing a young rabbit called 'Shorty' who asks Bugs Bunny for help. Bugs is eager to oblige, and subjects Pete to some of his trademark pranks.
More recently, he has made occasional appearances on Tiny Toon Adventures (as the Acme Looniversity janitor), episodes of The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, co-starred with Foghorn Leghorn in Pullet Surprise (voiced again by Freberg in all of these appearances), made a cameo appearance in the crowd scenes of Space Jam, Carrotblanca (as a waiter), Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas (working as a janitor again), and is a supporting character in the Looney Tunes comic books. Pete appears in The Looney Tunes Show voiced by John Kassir. He is a dimwitted friend of Daffy Duck and does various jobs around town. He appears in Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run voiced by Jess Harnell. He serves as an intern to the Mexican general Foghorn Leghorn.