This article is within the scope of WikiProject Animation, a collaborative effort to build an encyclopedic guide to animation on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, help out with the open tasks, or contribute to the discussion.
The way this article is written, it seems like it's always just the kangaroo in the cartoons, but most (all?) of these shorts also feature an actual mouse (does it have a name?), and the two switch places repeatedly, generally whenever it's convenient to further embarrass Sylvester by making it appear that he's been beat up by a mouse. I find it odd the mouse isn't even mentioned, and in fact it is written such that the kangaroo and mouse are in fact the same individual. E.g. "In Lighthouse Mouse, Sylvester must guard a lighthouse from the baby kangaroo who wants nothing more than to turn it off." - That's just wrong. The kangaroo doesn't care about the light, it's the mouse that wants the light turned off so he can sleep. This whole article needs a major rewrite. Lurlock (talk) 12:30, 20 May 2012 (UTC)
Is that Hippety at the end of Bushy Hare, or another baby kangaroo? Although Bob McKimson did direct the picture, Hippety never said anything in his cartoons with Sylvester. This little fellow clearly spoke. --The_Iconoclast (talk) 05:31, 31 January 2013 (UTC)