Gallery of Famous Cartoon Cat Characters Over The Years

Alright CAT lovers everywhere, here’s the long awaited counterpart to the dog list I presented several years back….. about 7 years ago to be exact. The canine post became one of the all-time most popular posts on this site (according to the overall visitor count)

disney-cat-collageOnce again – a little intro… Nostalgia tends to take center stage when it comes to collective thoughts of your favorite childhood felines over the years.  Over the years you’ve encountered cats of various shapes, sizes, colors, spieces as well as dispositions in all sorts of media…..TV, movies, childrens books, comic books, billboards, commercials, advertisements, video games, brand name mascots, products, toys, etc. We’ve been exposed to a sensory overload of images – which kept us entertained. A lot of those memories were embedded in our minds on those Saturday morning cartoons. It’s kinda funny how you’ll remember many of these characters that you haven’t thought about in ages once you come across some of the images below.

So with that being said, there should be quite a number of familiar pictures below that all cat-collagegenerations will recognize, or I should say, American TV audiences primarily, from the pre-1940’s through the present. I’m sure there are some of these that you may still enjoy. The following gallery captures the majority of those felines that really stood out over the years. Many of these can be traced back to the early days of television (1940’s), (a few are even currently on the air). Some evolved from movies, others from the comic strips and funny pages (with many of these dating back to the 1920’s-1930’s). Many classic Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Warner Brothers, MGM, Terrytunes, Nicktoons, Looney Tunes, etc.

Keep in mind that these not only cover house cats but also include the big kitty cats too….. lions, tigers, leopards, panthers, cheetahs, wildcats, cougars, lynx, puma, etc.

Quite a few of these famous feline critters make us laugh with their quirky, irreverent, unique, carefree, styles which we never seem to tire of over the years. Hopefully your favorite is included below. If not, let me know and I’ll see what I can do to find them.


…Pictures are displayed below in alphabetical order to make it easier to use as for reference. This pictorial list be be updated periodically as time & reasearch allows. Your suggestions will also be taken into consideration when possible. Enjoy!!!!!


Gallery of Famous Cartoon Cat Characters

Alex (Alakay)

(from Madagascar)



(from Garfield)



(Toulouse, Berlioz, Marie, Duchess, Thomas O’Malley)



(from The Smurfs)


Babbitt & Catstello



(from Jungle Book)


Bill The Cat (aka Bill D. Cat)

(from Bloom County)


Bonkers T. Bobcat


Bucky Katt

(from Get Fuzzy comic strip)


Butch Cat

(from Tom & Jerry)


Cat In The Hat

(the Dr. Seuss classic)


Cheshire Cat

(from Alice in Wonderland)


Chester Cheetah

(the Cheetos mascot)


Claude Cat

(from Looney Tunes)


Cool Cat

(from Looney Tunes)


Courageous Cat

(from Courageous Cat & Minute Mouse)


Cringer [aka Battlecat]

(from He-Man / Masters of the Universe)


Crusty The Cat

(from Chuck E Cheese)



(from The Aristocats)


Eek The Cat


Exxon Tiger

(mascot from the Exxon Oil Company)


Fat Cat

(from Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers)


Felix The Cat



(from Pinocchio)


Fluff, Muff & Puff

(from Tom & Jerry)



(from Rugrats)


Fraidy Cat


Fritz The Cat

(from the first adult (x-rated) animated movie from the 70’s)






(from Pinocchio)




Hello Kitty



(from Calvin & Hobbes)


Itchy Brother

(from The King & Odie)


King Leonardo

(from The King & Odie / Tennessee Tuxedo)


King Leonidas

(from Bedknobs & Broomsticks)


Klondike Kat


Korky The Cat

(from Dandy comics in the UK)


Lightning & Meathead

(from Tom & Jerry)


Linus the Lionhearted

(the Crispy Critters Cereal lion mascot)


Lippy The Lion

(from Lippy The Lion & Hardy Har Har)



(from Cinderella)



(from Sailor Moon)


M.A.D. Cat (aka Furball)

(antagonist of Inspector Gadget)



(from The Aristocats)



(from Pokemon)



(from Bolt The Movie)


Mr. Jinks

(from Pixie & Dixie)


Mr. Kitty

(from South Park)


Mufasa & Nala

(from Lion King)



(from Garfield)



(from Oliver & Company)



(from Underdog)


Peg-Leg Pete

(from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse)


Penelope Pussycat

(from Pepe Le Pew)


Pink Panther


Punkin Puss


Puss in Boots



(from Marc Antony & Pussyfoot)


Rags The Tiger

(from Crusader Rabbit)



(from Aladdin)



(from Ruff & Reddy)


Sagwa The Chinese Siamese Cat


Scat Cat

(from The Aristocats)



(Itchy & Scratchy from The Simpsons)



(from Josie & The Pussy Cats)


Shere Khan

(from Jungle Book)


Si & Am (The Twin Siamese Cats)

(from Lady & The Tramp)



(from Lion King)


Simon’s Cat

(from the British comic & book series)

Simon Tofield Simon's Cat for Magazine interview. 24 October 2009




(from Snooper & Blabber)



(from The Simpsons)



(from Pac Man the cartoon)



(from Ren & Stimpy)


Sylvester The Cat


Thomas O’Malley

(full name: Abraham de Lacy Giuseppe Casey Thomas O’Malley, the Alley Cat)

(from The Aristocats)



(Lion-O, Jaga, Tygra, Cheetara & Panthro)


Tibbs (Sgt. Tibbs)

(from 101 Dalmations)



(from Winnie The Pooh)



(from Kung Fu Panda)


Tom  (aka Thomas “Tom” Cat)

(from Tom & Jerry)


Tony The Tiger

(the iconic mascot from Kelloggs Frosted Flakes cereal)


Top Cat


Top Cat (with friends)

(TC, Benny The Ball, Choo-Choo, Brain, Fancy-Fancy, Spook, Officer Dibble)



(from Tom & Jerry)


Waffles & Chainsaw

(from Goof Troop)





Most Popular Breeds of Dogs In The USA

The American Kennel Club has just announced it’s latest edition of America’s MOST POPULAR BREEDS of DOGS and the results show…..

Once Again The Labrador Retriever Remains America’s Most Popular Dog as the German Shepherd Makes A Move For The Top Spot…..

Current Trends Show That Breeds That Help Keep Us Safe Dominate the Top 5…..

For the 19th consecutive year, the Labrador Retriever is the most popular purebred dog in America, but could this be the last year for the Lab’s reign?

According to American Kennel Club® (AKC) 2009 registration statistics released today during a press conference at Grand Central Terminal in New York City, the German Shepherd Dog overtook the Yorkshire Terrier last year and is now ranked second most popular in the nation for the first time in more than three decades.

An American favorite since the time of Rin Tin Tin, the German Shepherd Dog became the number one breed of the 1920s, but then slipped in popularity until after World War II.

“Labs have been America’s top dog for nearly two decades due to their loyal and gentle nature,” said AKC Spokesperson Lisa Peterson. “But the German Shepherd Dog has gained ground recently, quite possibly due to the increased attention they receive for their security efforts at home and abroad. Hailed as the world’s leading police, guard and military dog, this energetic and fun-loving breed is a loyal family pet, ideal companion and dependable K-9 partner when duty calls.”

…..more of this article can be found HERE


Here is the 2009 List of America’s Favorite Dog Breeds

Plus a Photo Gallery of The Most Popular Breeds of Dogs

#1 - Labrador Retriever

#2 - German Shepherd

#3 - Yorkshire Terrier

#4 - Golden Retriever

#5 - Beagle

#6 - Boxer

#7 - Bulldog

#8 - Dachshund

#9 - Poodle

#10 - Shih Tzu


Additional AKC Links:

The latest trends and pet preferences in 50 of the largest U.S. cities can be found here.

Click here to find out where your favorite breed ranks in the nation and major U.S. cities.

ATTENTION DOG LOVERS: Here’s another great LINK to a wonderful picture gallery of a large variety of dog breeds from around the world – lots of pups – lots of poses – beautiful settings and scenery for most – well worth a visit if you love dogs and just can’t get enough  🙂

Adorable Pups Live Video Stream Feed

LIVE Stream Feed – Shiba Inu Puppy Cam:

For all you dog/puppy lovers out there,  if you haven’t heard about it yet, you’ve gotta check out this extremely popular live video stream feed of these adorable puppies that are a very distinct breed of dogs originating from Japan.

Tune in daily to see the cutest Shiba Inu pups… EVER! 🙂

Shiba Inu Puppy CamLive Streaming Feed

San Francisco, CA – These five Japanese Shiba Inu pups (3 males and 2 females) were born on Saturday, January 16th, 2010. This is the second litter by their mom, Kika.

Gallery of Famous Cartoon Dog Characters Over The Years

A little intro first… It goes without saying that as we grow older, we tend to reflect back on those things in our lives that influenced and shaped us in our childhood and adolescence – movies, music, television, advertisements, books, games and toys, and of course our family, friends, school and the people around us. Over the years  most of us were exposed to a sensory overload of images – a lot of which kept us entertained , especially when we were bored, for hours on end. Case in point here are those childhood memories of those cartoons  we watched on Saturday mornings and after-school – and it’s kind of amazing how many of these stuck in our sub-conscience minds over long periods of time.

So with that being said… The focus on this particular post is on our beloved,  faithful canine companions and  friends that we welcomed into our homes each week. There should be quite a few familiar faces here that all generations can relate to, at least to American TV audiences, from the 1940’s through the present. I’m sure there are some of these that you may still enjoy from time to time as you catch them in reruns, syndication or special programs that feature “a look back into pop culture”. I’m sure you’ll recognize somefamous-cartoon-dogs-jury-for-michael-vick favorites here. The following gallery captures the majority of those that really stood out over the years. Many of these can be traced back to the early days of television (1940’s), (a few are even currently on the air). Some evolved from movies, others from the comic strips and funny pages (with many of these dating back to the 1920’s-1930’s). Many classic Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Warner Brothers, MGM, Terrytunes, Nicktoons, Looney Tunes, etc.

More often than not, when a cartoon character is in it’s concept and design stages, there usually is a sidekick, many of which are the ever loving and faithful canine companion. Many of these concepts are inspired by “reality” and past real-life experiences. Few adventures in the animation industry are ever complete without these fictional dogs, who have been around for nearly a century. Several of these famous cartoon dogs are legends because they personify the most important characteristics of a loyal, trustworthy and affectionate friend, which is what most dogs tend to be. Some of them are actually heroes cartoon-dogs-being-walked-on-leashesthemselves and battle evil elements to save the world or at least their unsuspecting master. Quite a few of these famous canine critters make us laugh with their irreverent, quirky, unique styles, which we never seem to get tired of as the years go by. Hopefully, this will be a ‘refresher’ for many of your (sometimes forgotten) favorites over time. Enjoy 🙂

See how many of these bring back fond childhood memories….. national-dog-day-button

How many of these do you remember?

Which ones are your favorites?

Who did I miss that you remember?

Let me know at the bottom of this post!


* This post is still being updated as time permits…

Lots of new pics added 2/26/10

Even more new pics added 1/12/12

Updated and overhauled again 1/29/17 with lots of new additions as well as a few corrections 


Gallery of Famous Cartoon Dogs

And here they are ….. alphabetically ….. to make it easier for you to find & share


101 Dalmations

(featuring Pongo, Perdita and some of their 101 pups)


All Dogs Go To Heaven

(featuring Anne-Marie with Charlie B. Barkin, “Itchy” Dachshund, Carface Caruthers, Killer & Flo)


(from the The Jetsons)

Auggie Doggie & Doggie Daddy

Balto & Jenna

(from the movie Balto)



(from Johnny Quest)



(from The Family Circus)


Barkley (the Muppet dog from Sesame Street)

(originally named Woof-Woof when he first appeared)

Barkley the-muppet dog from Sesame Street

Barky Marky

(from Tiny Toon Adventures)


Barnyard Dawg (aka George P. Dog)

(archenemy of Foghorn Leghorn)


Beagle Boys

(from Duck Tales)

(A Beagle family photo from DuckTales – from left to right: Burger, Baggy, Bouncer, Bigtime, Ma Beagle, Bugle, Bankjob, and Babyface)


Beegle Beagle

(from The Great Grape Ape)



(from the animated cartoon series)



(from the popular “Belvedere” comic strip)


Belvedere (with Colonel Shuffle & Charlie Dog)

(from the classic 1950 cartoon film, “Dog Gone South”)

Dog Gone South - Colonel Shuffle, Charlie Dog, and Belvedere

Big Dog & Little Dog

(from 2 Stupid Dogs)


Bill The Cocker Spaniel

(from Boule & Bill comic strip)


Bimbo The Dog (with Betty Boop)

(from Betty Boop fame)

Bimbo The Dog & Betty Boop (2)

Bingo (with Sailor Jack)

(the mascot dog from Cracker Jacks)



(from the Marvin comic strip)


Bitzer The Dog

(from Shaun The Sheep)

Bitzer The Dog


(from Blue’s Clues)


Bolivar (Bornworthy)

(Donald Duck’s dog)



(from the Disney film Bolt)



(from Inspector Gadget)



(from Brandy & Mr. Whiskers)


Brian Griffin

(from Family Guy)



(from the self-titled comic strip)



(from The Middletons comic strip)


Buttons (with Mindy)

(from The Animaniacs)





Charlie B. Barkin (with Anne-Marie)

(from All Dogs Go To Heaven)


Charlie Dog

(from Looney Tunes)



(from The Fox & The Hound)


Chip The Dog

(original mascot from Cookie Crisp Cereal)


Chopper & Yakky Doodle



(from Clifford The Big Red Dog)


Clifford The Big Red Dog (with Emily)


Clifford The Big Red Dog

(with Emily Elizabeth, T-Bone & Cleo)


Copper (the pup) (with Tod)

(from The Fox & The Hound)


Courage The Cowardly Dog


Daisy The Dog

(from the Blondie comic strip)



(from the comic strip Hi & Lois)


Deputy Dawg

(from Terrytoons)


Der Weiner Dog  (Der Weinersnitzel)

(old Der Weinersnitzel Restaurant mascot from the 1960’s)


Dinky Dog

(from the comics)



(from the comic strip Dilbert)



(from the Asterix comic series)


Dogtanian & the Three Muskehounds


Dollar The ‘Dollarmation’

(from the comic strip Richie Rich)


Droopy Dog & Dribble


Dug the Dog

(from the Disney Movie “Up”)

Dug the dog

Duke the dog

(from Captain N: The Gamemaster)


Dukey the Talkative Dog

(from Johnny Test)


Dum Dum (the dog)

(from the old Touché Turtle cartoon)


Dynomutt – Dog Wonder



Family Dog

(from the TV series)



(from The Rugrats)


Fred Bassett

(from the iconic British comic strip)


Frisket The Dog

(Enzo’s dog from ReBoot)

Frisket the dog from Reboot


(from the Ziggy comic strip)



(from the clay-animated children’s TV series, “Davey & Goliath”)

Davey & Goliath





(from Wallace & Gromit)


Hector The Bulldog

(from Looney Tunes)


Hong Kong Phooey

(secret alter ego of Penrod “Penry” Pooch)


Hot Dog

(Jughead’s companion from Archie comics)


Huckleberry Hound


The Hunter (crime-fighting bloodhound detective)

(from The King & Odie)


Itchiford “Itchy” Dachshund

(from All Dogs Go To Heaven)


Jake The Dog

(from Adventure Time)


Jasper T. Jowls

(from Chuck E. Cheese Pizza)



(from Lady & The Tramp)



(from Heidi)



(loyal companion of Marvin The Martian)


Kipper the Dog

(from the children’s book series)


Kyrpto The Superdog

(from Superman fame)


Lady & The Tramp

(in reverse order :P)



(from King of the Hill)


Loyal Heart Dog

(from Care Bears)


Lucky (the Alpha Dog)

(from Pound Puppies)


Manfred the Wonder Dog (with Tom Terrific)

(from Captain Kangaroo)


Marc Antony (dog)

(from Marc Antony & Pussyfoot)



(from the iconic comic strip)



(from Martha Speaks)



(from Little Mermaid)


Max Goof

(Goofy’s Son from Goof Troop)


Max the Dog

(from How The Grinch Stole Christmas)


McBarker (with Mr. Magoo)

(from the 1970’s cartoon series, “What’s New, Mr. Magoo?”)

McBarker the dog & Mr Magoo

McGruff the Crime Dog


Meaney The Junkyard Dog

(from Fraidy Cat cartoon series)



(from Lady & The Tramp)


Mr. Peabody

(from Mr. Peabody & Sherman)





(from Dastardly & Muttley)


Nana (the St. Bernard)

(from Peter Pan)


Nipper (Terrier)

The legendary logo that dates way back to the late 1800’s of the company which evolved into RCA, The iconic image of a mixed fox/bull terrier, Nipper, looking into a phonograph became an international symbol of quality and excellence for the Victor Talking Machine Company



(from Garfield fame)


Oliver & Company

(group pic includes 6 dogs plus Oliver the Cat)

(featuring Dodger, Tito, Einstein, Francis, Rita, Georgette)


Otto the dog

(from the iconic comic strip Beetle Bailey)


Paddlefoot (Spinner & Paddlefoot)

(from Clutch Cargo)


 Penrod “Penry” Pooch

(aka Hong Kong Phooey, Penrod’s secret identity)

Penrod Pooch from Hong Kong Phooey




Polly Purebread

(from Underdog)



(from Doug)


Pound Puppies

(featuring the adventures of Lucky, Niblet, Cookie, Squirt & Strudel)


Precious Pupp

(from The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel cartoon)


Pudgy & Snoot

(from Betty Boop fame)

Pudgy & Snoot - Betty Boop cartoon

Puff the Dog

(from The Proud Family)


Ren (the Chihuahua)

(from Ren & Stimpy)



(from Bobby’s World)



(from Pickles comic strip)



(from Dennis The Menace comic strip)


Ruff & Reddy (the dog)


Ruff Ruffman

(the dog host of the kids reality game show ‘Fetch’)

Ruff Ruffman - Fetch2


(from The Animaniacs)


Sam Sheepdog

(from Ralph Wolf & Sam Sheepdog)

(originated in the late 50’s / Warner Brothers cartoon)


Santa’s Little Helper

(from The Simpsons)


Satchel Pooch

(from Get Fuzzy comic strip)


Scooby Doo


Scrappy Doo

(from Scooby Doo)



(from the 2000 children’s animated TV Series)

Scruff the dog


(from the 3-part 1980 ABC Weekend TV Special)

Scruffy the dog cartoon

Scruffy (group pic)

Scruffy the dog cartoon 1980 group pic

Shamus (the dog)

(from Q.T. Hush)


Slinky The Dog

(from Toy Story)



(from Chilly Willy & Smedley)



Snoopy  (aka Joe Cool 🙂

(from Peanuts fame)



(in pursuit of The Red Baron)

(from Peanuts fame)



(from The Adventures of Tintin)



(from Quick Draw McGraw)



(from South Park)


Spike The Bulldog & Chester The Terrier

(from Looney Tunes)


Spike & Tyke

(from Tom & Jerry)


Spot The Dog

(from the childrens book series)



(from Fraggle Rock)



(from Rocko’s Modern Life)



(from the 1968 Hanna-Barbera animated TV series, “The Adventures of Gulliver”)

Tagg the dog - Adventures of Gulliver

Tige the Dog

(from the old Buster Brown Shoes ads)





(from the Nick Jr. children’s animated TV series, “Oswald”)



(from Hector Heathcote)


Woofer & Wimper, Dog Detectives

(from Clue Club cartoon)


Yippee, Yappee & Yahooey


Yowp Yowp

(from Yogi Bear)


Yukk The Ugly Dog

(from the Mighty Man & Yukk TV series)

Yukk the ugly dog - Mighty Man & Yukk


(Jack Skellington’s faithful dog from “Nightmare Before Christmas”)

Zero the Dog from Nightmare Before Christmas



new-starburst-logo4Hey Everyone….. Be sure to check out the newly added famous cartoon  CATS  GALLERY – just click the link below…….

Gallery of Famous Cartoon Cat Characters Over The Years




just-added-logoBONUS SECTION:

Here are a few more different kinds of animated ‘dog’ mascots …..


Dancing Hot Dog

(well known advertising logo from old drive-in movie theatres reminding audiences to be sure to visit the snack bar during intermission time)


Weinersnitzel Hot Dogs

(animated running dog from Weinersnitzel Restaurant claiming to catch the “most wanted dog” shown on TV commercials)



Amusing Animal Antics Picture Gallery

Here is a nice collection of AMUSING ANIMAL ANTICS from around the web just for you animal lovers out there. Some of these are natural while others looked staged. I’ve tried to include somewhat of a variety of creatures (as well as pets) for your enjoyment – some domestic – others captive or wild. Some have captions – some don’t. Allow a little loading time if you have a slower connection speed as there are several pictures (about 40) loading here –

Simply sit back and enjoy the show! 😛

“Pay Attention!”

“Go Speed Racer!”

“Now I lay me down to sleep…”

“What are YOU looking at?”

“Sorry Puppy”

“Chimp Mugging For The Camera”

“Commando Chipmunk”

“Cool Beagle”

“Casserole Cat”

“Good Ducky”

“Deep Thought”

“Thanks for the lift”

“Having a Bad Day!”

“Now Smile and Say Cheese”

“The Good Life”

“The Look”

“Bear Hug for Best Friend”

Songs About Animals & Pets

All for the love of animals, pets and critters of all types…

animal_collageHere you will find a comprehensive list of songs (over 300) about animals as well as all types of living creatures, which includes birds, reptiles and insects. Even a few prehistoric creatures made the list (“Walk The Dinosaur”). And, for good measure, I’ve even included a handful of mythological creatures such as dragons (“Puff The Magic Dragon”) and unicorns (“The Unicorn Song”). This list should help you compile an mp3 playlist or list of songs to burn to cd for your next trip. Probably 95% or more mention the animal within the title. Included here also are a few songs about pets as lifelong companions that mention the pet’s name in the 2horsestitle (examples include “Me & You & A Dog Names Boo”, “Wildfire”, “Shannon”, “Ol’ Red”, “Old Shep”, “Old Rivers” and “Feed Jake”). Several novelty songs (many which have become ‘cult’ favorites from the Dr. Demento radio show) are included here also about animals (examples here include “The Chipmunk Song”, “Hamster Dance Song”, “Fish Heads”, “Dead Puppies”, “Squirrels”, “Dead Skunk”, “Disco Duck”, “Mr. Jaws”, “Moose Turd Pie”, “Cows With Guns”, “Second Week of Deer Camp”)cats_&_dogs_collageInstrumental classics here also abound (including “Alley Cat”, “Pink Panther Theme”, ” The Lonely Bull”, “Baby Elephant Walk”, “Yellow Bird”) Animal related songs from movies include Dr. Dolittle, Charlotte’s Web, The Aristocats, Hans Christian Anderson, Lady & The Tramp, and Winnie The Pooh. Quite a few Christmas songs are here also (“Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer”, “Dominic The Italian Christmas Donkey”, “Grandma Got Run over By A Reindeer”, “I Want A hippopotamus For Christmas”). And finally, at the end of this list are a few “bonus” songs about animals in general (mentioned within the title, such as animal, beast or zoo).

All types of music are encompassed here big band, classical, showtunes, pop standards, folk, ballads, classic rock, country, old school, punk, soul, r&b, reggae, jazz, disco, techno, alternative, heavy metal, modern rock, bubble gum, comedy, novelty, etc. Enjoy 🙂


Songs About Animals & Pets

  1. A Horse In The Country – Cowboy Junkies
  2. A Horse With No Name – America
  3. A Wolf At The Door – Radiohead
  4. Albatross – Fleetwood Mac
  5. The Albatross – Lobo
  6. Alley Cat – Bent Fabric
  7. Ants Marching – Dave Matthews Band
  8. Apeman – The Kinks
  9. Appaloosa – Gino Vanelli
  10. Atomic Dog – George Clinton
  11. Baby Elephant Walk – Henry Mancini Orchestra
  12. Barracuda – Heart
  13. Bat Country – Avenged Sevenfold
  14. Bat Out of Hell – Meat Loaf
  15. Batdance – Prince
  16. Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee – Ada Jones & Billy Murray
  17. Be My Little Teddy Bear – Ada Jones & Billy Murray
  18. The Bear Went Over The Mountain – (children’s classic)
  19. Beast of Burden – Rolling Stones
  20. Beer For My Horses – Toby Keith & Willie Nelson
  21. Ben – Michael Jackson
  22. Biff The Friendly Purple Bear – Dick Feller
  23. Biggest Parakeets In Town – Jud Strunk
  24. The Bird – The Time
  25. The Bird – Jerry Reed
  26. Bird Dog – Everly Brothers
  27. Birdhouse In Your Soul – They Might Be Giants
  28. Bird On My Head – David Seville
  29. The Birds & The Bees – Jewel Akens
  30. Birds of A Feather – Paul Revere & The Raiders
  31. Black Cat – Janet Jackson
  32. Black Cow – Steely Dan
  33. Black Dog – Led Zeppelin
  34. Black Horse & The Cherry Tree – KT Turnstall
  35. Black Sheep – John Anderson
  36. Blackbird – The Beatles
  37. Blue Tail Fly (Jimmy Crack Corn) – Burl Ives
  38. Bluebird – Buffalo Springfield
  39. Bluebird of Happiness – Art Mooney & His Orchestra
  40. Bluebird of Happiness – Jan Peerce
  41. Bluebirds Over The Mountain – Beach Boys
  42. Boll Weevil Song – Brook Benton
  43. Boris The Spider – The Who
  44. Brass Monkey – Beastie Boys
  45. Buffalo Soldier – Bob Marley
  46. Buffalo Stance – Neneh Cherry
  47. Bumble Bee – The Searchers
  48. Butterfly – Andy Williams
  49. Butterfly – Mariah Carey
  50. Butterfly – Weezer
  51. Butterfly – Crazy Town
  52. Butterfly Baby – Bobby Rydell
  53. Butterfly Kisses – Bob Carlisle
  54. Bye Bye Blackbird – Gene Austin
  55. Bye Bye Blackbird – Rosemary Clooney
  56. Call Me A Dog – Temple of The Dog
  57. Cat Came Back – Sonny James
  58. The Cat Came Back – (old comic folk song from 1890’s)
  59. Cat In The Window – The Turtles
  60. Cat In The Window (The Bird In The Sky) – Petula Clark
  61. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) – David Bowie
  62. Cat Scratch Fever – Ted Nugent
  63. Cat’s In The Cradle – Harry Chapin
  64. Cattle Call – Eddy Arnold
  65. Chicken Farm – Dead Kennedys
  66. Chicken Fried – Zac Brown Band
  67. The Chipmunk Song – David Seville & The Chipmunks
  68. Cold Turkey – John Lennon
  69. Cool For Cats – Squeeze
  70. Cows With Guns – Dana Lyons
  71. Coyote – Joni Mitchell
  72. Crazy Horses – The Osmond Brothers
  73. Crocodile Rock – Elton John
  74. Da Turdy Point Buck (The 30 Point Buck) – Da Yoopers
  75. Dead Puppies – The Ogden Edsl Wahalia Blues Ensemble Mondo Bizzario Band
  76. Dead Skunk – Loudon Wainwright III
  77. Diamond Dogs – David Bowie
  78. Dig A Pony – The Beatles
  79. Dis-Gorilla – Rick Dees & His Cast of Idiots
  80. Dirty Ol’ Egg-Suckin’ Dog – Johnny Cash
  81. Disco Duck – Rick Dees & His Cast of Idiots
  82. Dixie Chicken – Little Feat
  83. Dixie Chicken – Garth Brooks
  84. Do The Funky Chicken – Rufus Thomas
  85. Dog & Butterfly – Heart
  86. Dog Eat Dog – Adam & The Ants
  87. Dog Eat Dog – Ted Nugent
  88. Dog-Gone It Baby, I’m In Love – Carl Smith
  89. Dog House Boogie – Hawkshaw Hawkins
  90. The Doggie In The Window – Patti Page
  91. Dogs – Pink Floyd
  92. The Dolphin’s Cry – Live
  93. Dominic The Italian Christmas Donkey – Lou Monte
  94. The Eagle & The Hawk – John Denver
  95. Eagle When She Flies – Dolly Parton
  96. Everybody Wants To Be A Cat – Scatman Crothers (from The Aristocats)
  97. Eye of The Tiger – Survivor
  98. Feed Jake – Pirates of the Mississippi
  99. The Fish – Bobby Rydell
  100. The Fish – Yes
  101. The Fish Cheer – Country Joe & The FishBird-Collage
  102. Fish Heads – Barnes & Barnes
  103. Flight of The Bumblebee – (classical masterpiece)
  104. The Fly – Chubby Checker
  105. The Fly – U2
  106. Fly Like An Eagle – Steve Miller Band
  107. Fly Robin Fly – Silver Convention
  108. Fox On The Run – The Sweet
  109. Fox On The Run – Tom T. Hall
  110. Free As A Bird – The Beatles
  111. Free Bird – Lynyrd Skynyrd
  112. Freedom For The Stallion – Three Dog Night
  113. Freedom For The Stallion – Hues Corporation
  114. Funky Worm – Ohio Players
  115. The Goat – Adam Sandler
  116. Glow Worm – Mills Brothers
  117. Gonna Buy Me A Dog – The Monkees
  118. Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer – Elmo & Patsy
  119. Great White Horse – Buck Owens & Susan Raye
  120. Hair of The Dog – Nazareth
  121. Hamster Dance Song – Hampton The Hamster
  122. Harry The Hairy Ape – Ray Stevens
  123. Heavy Horses – Jehtro Tull
  124. Hey Bulldog – The Beatles
  125. Hey Little Cobra – The Rip Chords
  126. Hold That Tiger – Claude King
  127. Honky Cat – Elton John
  128. The Horse – Cliff Nobles & Company
  129. Horses – Patti Smith
  130. Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom) – Perry Como
  131. Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
  132. Hound Dog Man – Fabian
  133. House At Pooh Corner – Loggins & Messina (from Winnie The Pooh)
  134. Hummingbird – Seals & Crofts
  135. Hungry Like The Wolf – Duran Duran
  136. I Am The Walrus – The Beatles
  137. I Go Ape – Neil Sedaka
  138. I Love My Dog – Cat Stevens
  139. I Wanna Be Your Dog – Iggy Pop & The Stooges
  140. I Want A Dog – Pet Shop Boys
  141. I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas –
  142. I Want A New Duck – “Weird Al” Yankovic
  143. Inch Worm – Danny Kaye (from Hans Christian Anderson)
  144. Iron Horse – Motorhead
  145. I’ve Got A Tiger By The Tail – Buck Owens
  146. Illusive Butterfly – Bob Lind
  147. Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Neil Diamond
  148. Joy To The World (Jeremiah Was A Bullfrog) – Three Dog Night
  149. Karma Chameleon – Culture Club
  150. Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow – Merry Clayton
  151. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway – Genesis
  152. Leave My Kitten Alone – Little Willie John
  153. Leroy The Redneck Reindeer – Joe Diffie
  154. Let That Pony Run – Pam Tillis
  155. The Lion Sleeps Tonight – The Tokens
  156. The Lion Sleeps Tonight – Robert John
  157. Little Red Fox – Kay Kyser & His Orchestra
  158. Little Red Rooster – Rolling Stones
  159. The Lonely Bull – Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
  160. Love Is Like A Butterfly – Dolly Parton
  161. The Lovecats – The Cure
  162. Mary Had A Little Lamb – Paul McCartney & Wings
  163. May The Bird of Paradise – Little Jimmy Dickens
  164. Me & You & A Dog Named Boo – Lobo
  165. Midnight At The Oasis – Maria Muldaur
  166. Mississippi Squirrel Revival – Ray Stevens
  167. Mockin’ Bird Hill – Patti Page
  168. The Mocking Bird – The Four Lads
  169. Mockingbird – Carly Simon & James Taylor
  170. Mockingbird – Eminem
  171. Mongoose – Elephant’s Memory
  172. Monkey – George Michael
  173. Monkey Gone To Heaven – The Pixies
  174. Monkey Time – Major Lance
  175. Moose Turd Pie – Utah Philips
  176. The Mosquito – The Doors
  177. Mr. Ed Theme (A Horse Is A Horse, Of Course) – TV Theme
  178. Mr. Jaws – Dickie Goodman
  179. Mule Skinner Blues – The Fendermen
  180. Mule Skinner Blues – Dolly Parton
  181. Mule Train – Frankie Laine
  182. Mule Train – Tennessee Ernie Ford
  183. Muskrat Love – America
  184. Muskrat Love – Captain & Tennille
  185. Muskrat Ramble – Louis Armstrong
  186. Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett
  187. My Dead Dog Rover – Stu, Dave & Hank
  188. My Dog & Me – John Hiatt
  189. Nashville Cats – Lovin’ Spoonful
  190. Octopus’s Garden – The Beatles
  191. Ol’ Red – Blake Shelton
  192. Old Blue – The Byrds
  193. Old Coyote Town – Don Williams
  194. Old Dogs, Children & Watermelon Wine – Tom T. Hall
  195. Old Gray Mare – (traditional folk song)
  196. Old King – Neil Young
  197. Old Rivers – Walter Brennan
  198. Old Salty Dog Blues – Flatt & Scruggs
  199. Old Shep – Red Foley
  200. Old Shep – Elvis Presley
  201. On The Wings of A Nightingale – The Everly Brothers
  202. One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show – The Honey Cone
  203. One Trick Pony – Paul Simon
  204. Paloma Blanca – George Baker Selection
  205. Paper Tiger – Sue Thompsontiger-family
  206. Piggies – The Beatles
  207. Pigs On The Wing – Pink Floyd
  208. Pink Panther Theme – Henry Mancini & His Orchestra
  209. Pony Boy – Allman Brothers Band
  210. Pony Time – Chubby Checker
  211. Possum Kingdom – Toadies
  212. The Preacher & The Bear – Jerry Reed
  213. Psycho Chicken – The Fools
  214. Puff (The Magic Dragon) – Peter, Paul & Mary
  215. Puppy Love – Paul Anka
  216. Puppy Love – Donny Osmond
  217. Pussy Cat- The Ames Brothers
  218. Ride The Tiger – Jefferson Starship
  219. Rock Lobster – The B-52’s
  220. Rockin’ Robin – Bobby Day
  221. Rockin’ Robin – Michael Jackson
  222. Rocking Goose – Johnny & The Hurricanes
  223. Rocky Raccoon – The Beatles
  224. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer – Gene Autry
  225. Running Bear – Johnny Preston
  226. Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy) – Big & Rich
  227. Seagull – Bad Company
  228. Second Week of Deer Camp – Da Yoopers
  229. See You Later Alligator – Bill Haley & The Comets
  230. Shannon – Henry Gross
  231. She Wolf – Shakira
  232. Sheep – Pink Floyd
  233. Shock The Monkey – Peter Gabriel
  234. Shrimp Boats – Jo Stafford
  235. The Siamese Cat Song – Peggy Lee (from Lady & The Tramp)
  236. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight – REM
  237. Silver Bird – Mark Lindsay
  238. Silver Stallion – The Highwaymen
  239. Skybird – Neil Diamond
  240. The Snake – Al Wilson
  241. Sneaky Snake – Tom T. Hall
  242. Snowbird – Anne Murray
  243. Southbound Pachyderm – Primus
  244. Spiders & Snakes – Jim Stafford
  245. Squirrels – The Beastly Boys
  246. Stewball – Peter, Paul & Mary
  247. Stray Cat Strut – Stray Cats
  248. Surfin’ Bird – The Trashmen
  249. Teddy Bear – Elvis Presley
  250. Teddy Bear – Red Sovine
  251. Teddy Bear Song – Barbara Fairchild
  252. Tennessee Bird Walk – Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
  253. Tennessee Stud – Eddy Arnold
  254. Three Little Pigs – Green Jelly
  255. Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport – Rolf Harris
  256. Tiger – Fabian
  257. The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati – Possum
  258. The Tiger Rag – Duke Ellington
  259. The Tiger Rag – Louis Armstrong
  260. The Tiger Rag – Mills Brothers
  261. The Tiger Rag – Les Paul & Mary Ford
  262. Three Cool Cats – The Coasters
  263. Three Little Fishes – Kay Kyser & His Orchestra
  264. Tom Cat – The Rooftop Singers
  265. Too Many Fish In The Sea – Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
  266. Too Much Monkey Business – Chuck Berry
  267. True Men Don’t Kill Coyotes – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  268. Tube Snake Boogie – ZZ Top
  269. Two Sparrows In A Hurricane – Tanya Tucker
  270. Two White Horses – John Lee Hooker
  271. The Unicorn (Green Alligators & Long-Neck Geese) – The Irish Rovers
  272. Union of The Snake – Duran Duran
  273. Walk The Dinosaur – Was (Was Not)
  274. Walkin’ My Cat Named Dog – Norma Tanega
  275. Walking The Dog – Rufus Thomas
  276. War Pigs – Black Sabbath
  277. Werewolves of London – Warren Zevon
  278. What’s New Pussycat? – Tom Jones
  279. When Doves Cry – Prince
  280. When The Red Red Robin Come Bob-Bob-Bobbin’ Along – Al Jolson
  281. When The Red Red Robin Come Bob-Bob-Bobbin’ Along – Doris Day
  282. When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano – The Ink Spots
  283. When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano – Glen Miller Orchestra
  284. When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano – Pat Boone
  285. Where Eagles Fly – Sammy Hagar
  286. Where The Stars & Stripes & The Eagle Fly – Aaron Tippin
  287. White Horse – Taylor Swift
  288. White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
  289. Wild Horses – Rolling Stones
  290. Wild Horses – Gino Vanelli
  291. Wild Horses – Garth Brooks
  292. Wildfire – Michael Murphy
  293. White Bird – It’s A Beautiful Day
  294. Wings Of A Dove – Ferlin Husky
  295. Who Let The Dogs Out – Baha Men
  296. Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses – U2
  297. Wild Pack of Family Dogs – Modest Mouse
  298. Wolf Creek Pass – CW McCall
  299. The Woodpecker Song – Glen Miller Orchestra
  300. The Woodpecker Song – The Andrew Sisters
  301. Woody Woodpecker Song – Kay Kyser & His Orchestra
  302. Woody Woodpecker Song – Danny Kaye & The Andrews Sisters
  303. Ya Wanna Buy A Bunny? – Spike Jones & His City Slickers
  304. Year of The Cat – Al Stewart
  305. Yellow Bird – Kingston Trio
  306. Yellow Bird – Arthur Lyman Group
  307. You Can’t Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd – Roger Miller
  308. (You Hit the Wrong Note) Billy Goat – Bill Haley & His Comets
  309. Your Bulldog Drinks Champagne – Jim Stafford
  310. Zuckerman’s Famous Pig – Brady Bunch (from Charlotte’s Webb)


Bonus Songs

Here are a few more songs about animals in general – Key words being ‘animal’, ‘beast’ and ‘zoo’ within the title of the song…..

  • Animal – Def Leppard
  • Animal – Neon Trees
  • Animal Crackers In My Soup – Shirley Temple
  • Animal I Have Become – Three Days Grace
  • Animal Song – Savage Garden
  • Animals – Nickelback
  • At The Zoo – Simon & Garfunkel
  • Beast of Burden – The Rolling Stones
  • Bless The Beasts & The Children – The Carpenters
  • If I Could Talk To The Animals – Rex Harrison (from the 1968 movie Dr. Dolittle)
  • The Zoo – U2

There have got to be many more songs  mentioning an animal of some type within the title – Can you think of any others that were overlooked? Let me know in the comments section below…

Top 10 Most Intelligent Breeds of Dogs

dogs playing pokerHere is a list of your brightest and smartest (most intelligent) dog breeds, worldwide, according to the accomplished author, Stanley Coren, of the publication entitled “The Intelligence of Dogs”. Both a psychologist and trainer, Mr. Coren studies the psychological makeup of dogs in an attempt to answer many questions about canine emotions and intelligence.

According to Stanley Coren, there are three types of dog intelligence:

  • Adaptive Intelligence (learning and problem-solving ability) – This is specific to the individual animal and is measured by canine IQ tests.
  • Instinctive Intelligence – This is specific to the individual animal and is measured by canine IQ tests.
  • Working/Obedience Intelligence – This is breed dependent.

So, without further ado, here are the Top 10 breeds … in order… drum roll please 🙂

#1 – Border Collie

Border_CollieLike many intelligent breeds, the Border Collie needs a job to do.  If they don’t have a purpose in life or some kind of job, they will not be happy.  Border Collies should  definitely not be left at home alone all day, and if they are, they can become quite destructive. They need constant companionship, praise, and extensive exercise.  So if you work and live in the city, a Border Collie probably isn’t the dog for you!  Because of their legendary intelligence, Border Collies set the standard in competitions for such skills as agility, obedience, and of course, sheepdog trials.


#2 – Poodle

poodleYes, the Poodle is at number two.  The standard Poodle is highly intelligent and one of the easiest breeds to train.  They love to be around people, and really hate to be left alone.  Some standard Poodles are good guard dogs, and some can even be trained as hunters!  Overall, Poodles are very sensitive and pleasant. They tend to be a happy breed.


#3 – German Shepherd

german_shepherdGerman Shepherds are extremely intelligent, courageous, and have a very strong protective instinct (they are one of the best guard dogs).  As long as they are trained in obedience from an early age by a loving but firm hand, they can be great family dogs, and excellent with children.  Because of their intelligence, a German Shepherd needs a purpose or job in life to be truly happy. This intelligence, coupled with their courageous nature make German Shepherds excellent police and search dogs.


#4 – Golden Retriever

golden-retrieverConsistently ranked as the most popular breed of dog, the Golden Retriever personifies everything we love about dogs-loyal, loving, patient, great with children and eager to please.  With such great intelligence, it’s no wonder that Golden Retrievers excel in obedience competitions and at performing tricks.  It should be no surprise that the Golden ranks highly on the list of top 10 most affectionate dogs.


#5 – Doberman Pinscher

doberman-pinscherDobermans are an extremely loyal, assertive, and fearless breed.  They have incredible stamina, and love to work (they are one of the top 10 best guard dog breeds)  Although known as a dominant breed, Dobermans can vary greatly as far as temperament goes.  Some can be quite docile, and even work as therapy dogs in hospitals!  Dobermans can be great family dogs too, if trained properly from an early age.  Although not vicious, you can count on a Doberman to aggressively protect its master if necessary.


#6 – Shetland Sheepdog

shetland-sheepdogMany Shetland owners swear that their dog has nearly human intelligence!  Shelties were originally bred to herd hundreds of sheep and cattle, requiring great concentration and, of course, intelligence.  They can be a little wary of strangers and children, but are very loyal and affectionate within their own family.  In fact, the Sheltie very much craves human companionship.


#7 -Labrador Retriever

Labrador_RetrieverAn extremely loving, affectionate, and patient dog, the Labrador Retriever is one of the most popular breeds of dog in the world.  They love to work, and need a lot of exercise.  Without proper exercise, Labs have been known to develop weight problems.  Because of their good nature, and love of children and other dogs, they are a very popular family dog.


#8 – The Papillon

papillon3Does this dog scare you at all?  Well it should, because Papillons are actually a lot tougher than they look!  Some would characterize Papillons as a little moody and aggressive, but they are simply very possessive of their masters and “home turf”.  It may surprise some that the Papillon is considered one of the most affectionate dogs. Another very intelligent dog, and very easy to train.


#9 – Rottweiler

rottweilerThe Rottweiler, #9 on the list, has a fearsome reputation that is largely undeserved.  The Rotti is only average in intensity, and make a great family dog.  Not only is the Rottweiler intelligent, but extremely courageous and reliable – Also, one of the best guard dogs around.


#10 – Australian Cattle Dog

australian_cattle_dogThe Australian Cattle Dog is a very active breed.  They need to be exercised on a regular basis, both mentally and physically.  As they were originally bred to herd in cattle in Australia (hence the name), they are freethinking, resourceful, and very protective of their property, including people!


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