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This is a list of fictional characters from Happy Tree Friends. There are 20 main characters, and some other supporting characters. Recently, the creators of Happy Tree Friends announced that there will be more than one character added to Happy Tree Friends in the near future. Only one of them is planned to be in the show permanently. As of March 2010, a voting started on the official site to choose the one who will be a permanent one. However, there are no available biographies, and just one image for each one.

All 20 characters from the show from left to right: Disco Bear, Petunia, Nutty, Flaky, Cuddles, Toothy, Splendid, Giggles, Russell, Flippy, Shifty, Handy, Lifty, Cub, Lumpy, Pop, The Mole, Sniffles, Mime, Cro-Marmot


Main characters



Cro-Marmot is a green marmot frozen in a block of ice. He is somehow able to perform many tasks off screen while entirely encased in ice, such as throwing snowballs, somewhat akin to how Handy can perform construction and other tasks without any visible hands. To keep himself frozen, Cro-Marmot stays mainly in cold areas, and sometimes drives an ice cream truck. He lives in a small igloo incased inside a giant snow globe. His hobbies include serving people ice cream, snowboarding, and surfing. He rarely dies in the series, the reason being that the ice he is usually encased in protects him from disaster, thereby rendering him almost invulnerable to most unfortunate events.

The only episode in which he is not frozen and dies is "Dino-Sore Days", as it occurred during the prehistoric times when he was unfrozen. Cro-Marmot usually appears in the series as a background character, and has hardly any showcase appearances. In a featurette of the "Second Serving" DVD, he was interviewed, and it was revealed he is an accomplished writer, painter, and pianist, has his own brand of foot powder, known for his loud antics and energetic performances. The first part of his name is extracted from the word, Cro-Magnon.


Cuddles (Kenn Navarro) is a yellow rabbit with pinkish cheeks who inexplicably wears pink rabbit slippers. He is one of the four primary characters in the series.

Both his white fluffy curly hair tuft and cotton tail look exactly the same. His long ears move to match how he feels; for example, if he is happy, they stay up, and when his feelings are hurt, they drop. He is beta-carotene intolerant and appears to be epileptic. It is also shown he has a collection of antique electric toothbrushes. His fur is SPF 90 to minimize exposure to the sun.

Cuddles' personality is somewhat mixed. On one hand, he is dangerously mischievous and self-centered, which often leads to both his death and other characters' deaths. On the other hand, he is mostly friendly and caring, making his personality more complex than the others. He was seen to have multiple houses, but his official one is known to be a Hollow Tree, as it is the only one to appear more than once.

He is particularly good friends with Toothy, Flaky, and Lumpy. Cuddles and Giggles are also very close friends, and it has been hinted several times they have crushes on each other. Their love relationship is most prominent in the Fall Out Boy music video "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", which featured Happy Tree Friends characters and the latest episode "I Nub You".

A Cuddles icon appeared in an episode of the Flash internet cartoon The God & Devil Show on God's keys.

Apparently, Cuddles's deaths involve his body getting sliced up, making him a rather unfortunate character in the series.

Disco Bear

Disco Bear (Peter Herrman) is a light brown bear with an orange afro and sideburns who likes to dance to disco music (thus his name). He wears 1970s style clothing, including a yellow jacket, yellow bell-bottom pants and orange and white dancing platform shoes. He usually puts everyone around him into life-threatening trouble while dancing, but mistakes their movements of pain for dance moves. He is mostly seen either showing off or trying to impress female characters, such as Giggles and Petunia, and usually killing them in the process. Despite his failures in wooing the ladies, he seems to be well off financially as he is seen with a private ski cabin, his fancy home (which looks like a bachelor pad decorated with the 1970s era furniture, modern art paintings, a heart-shaped bed, a hotel-like bathroom, and packs of romantic candles), a hot tub, a luxury car, a hair dryer chair and his own submarine. He also sometimes dies in a disco position.

Disco Bear also has poor eating habits, eating hot dogs, bacon and other fatty foods, and moaning over vegetables. Because of this, he gains weight, losing self-esteem, not being able to run a lot, and has had a heart attack. Besides disco dancing, he is talented at roller skating, downhill skiing, and throwing frisbees long distance.


Flaky (Nica Lorber) is a red porcupine whose quills are full of white flakes resembling dandruff. Flaky has the rather identifiable personality of being a very shy and timid character and tends to throw up in stressful situations.

Flaky has often been correctly viewed as a coward. However, Flaky's actions in both the Internet shorts and the TV series go against this as this character has chosen pain over death on several occasions, saving its own life. Additionally, when hanging around with other characters, Flaky is often forcefully dragged into situations that led to demise, despite the warnings about possible danger that may occur. Flaky's deaths tend to involve either getting skinned or eaten.

Flaky is not only overly cautious, but also one of the more intelligent and kindest characters of the series. However, Flaky has, on occasion, been seen as somewhat unstable. Flaky is also allergic to peanuts. When consumed (eaten), Flaky's face gets covered in hives, her lips swell, and inflates like a balloon.

Flaky's gender is often widely debated, but is stated by Warren Graff to be female.


Flippy (Kenn Navarro, Aubrey Ankrum) is a green bear with dog tags, a green beret with checkered crest, and a camo shirt. There is evidence to suggest that he may have fought in the Vietnam War. According to writer Warren Graff, Flippy is mostly based on John Rambo. He rarely appears in the series, most likely due to his repetitive behavior in most of the episodes in which he appears. He lives in an overturned log resembling a quonset hut, a structure used by the U.S. Armed Forces or a big, fancy house. Flippy is trained in hand-to-hand combat, and has never been seen using guns to kill other characters.

Flippy has a severe case of post traumatic stress disorder. Whenever he sees or hears something that he associates with violence or that reminds him of war (e.g., gunshot-like sounds, sharp objects, airplanes or crackling campfires), he goes insane, becomes extremely aggressive and kills everyone around him, because of his evil side. While insane, his eyes turn a different color, his voice changes, and his teeth become sharp. He first developed this aggressive change after facing a life and death state while hiding in the dead body of one of his comrades as shown in one of his "war journals".

Although Flippy can be the most cruel and dangerous character in Happy Tree Friends, his good side is considered to be one of the most sociable and kindest of characters. This is proven in several episodes where he is seen doing social activities with some of the other characters such as going to the movies and playing hide and seek. In the episode, "Hear Today Gone Tomorrow" his evil side cries. In most of the episodes where he appears, he is shown as friendly and social before he goes crazy, or as many people say "flipping-out." After he "flips-out", he does not remember the bloody rampage that follows afterward and occasionally he realizes what he has done and is visibly disturbed. In "Double Whammy", he finally realizes his problem and goes to Lumpy the psychiatrist for answers. He then removes his 'evil' side, but is immediately killed by a chicken truck.

So far, Flippy has killed nearly every character, with the possible exceptions of Splendid and Cro-Marmot. He is often considered to be the most popular character of Happy Tree Friends.


Giggles (Ellen Connell) is a pink chipmunk who has a white diamond-shaped marking, a white oval pouch, and wears a big red bow on her head. Giggles is one of the primary characters of the series along with Cuddles, Toothy, and Lumpy. She has the personality of a young girl, as she enjoys frolicking through flowers, having tea parties with friends, ice skating, and having a shy and sweet demeanor. Her name comes from her habit of giggling often. She has a white oval on her forepouch.

Giggles is a very affectionate character and is often seen hugging and kissing several male characters. She is particularly close to Cuddles whom she has a crush on has hinted in several episodes, and in Fall Out Boy's "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" music video where for the first time their romantic relationship was really explored.

She is best friends with Petunia. The two run a lemonade stand together. Though Giggles' deaths are not usually as gruesome as Petunia's, she appears and dies more often.

Giggles is also very environmental and going so far as to chain herself to a tree to prevent Lumpy from cutting it down. When she sees someone polluting the environment, she will lose her temper and yell at them.


Handy (Warren Graff) is an orange beaver with unexplained amputated hands (thus his name) that are covered with bandages. Handy is a construction worker and usually wears a tool belt and a hard hat (the typical dress of most construction workers). His dam mostly consists of tools that are operated by hand.

Despite his lack of hands, he is still capable of building many things big or small, though he is never actually seen building it in the first place - they are usually off-screen. However, whenever he tries to do something onscreen which would usually require hands, he fails and pulls his trademark frustrated look, indicating he may have forgotten his lack of hands. Usually when he finds a compromise, it leads to his own death and sometimes the death of others.

In the TV series, Handy has gained an interest in flying. From the episode, "In a Jam", it became apparent that he has photosensitive epilepsy, flashing lights triggering a seizure as his eyes go ascrew, he jitters, and foams at the mouth. He also does not seem to mind if others die or get injured.

Lifty & Shifty

Lifty & Shifty (Kenn Navarro) are identical twin green raccoon brothers. They frequently steal merchandise from the other characters, as well as hunt for treasure, ransack houses, or do anything to get rich quick. They have the same gender, color, markings, bushy tails, personality and almost identical voices (Lifty's voice is slightly higher pitched). Shifty wears a fedora and he bosses Lifty around. Despite the smirks on their faces and their kleptomania, they almost always end up perishing in the process. Their green color implies money and greed, relating to their "criminal duo" personalities. They also have a trademark evil snicker.

Lifty and Shifty often argue about who is to blame when a problem emerges, but when trouble is afoot, they work together. Both twins are greedy and sometimes resort to seeing their twin die rather than give up their loot or be caught. They have even been seen laughing when the other dies, usually resulting to the end of both. Their greed can also lead to their deaths. These kleptomaniac raccoons have the lowest survival rate of any Happy Tree Friend. Their deaths also usually involve them either mashed together or sliced apart. Lifty & Shifty have, on occasion, made money by themselves without stealing, such as selling dogs who get crazy when they hear whistling, selling bottles of hair growth formula to Disco Bear, and selling candy and a video game console to Nutty.


Lumpy (David Winn) is an unintelligent blue moose with clean teeth pranging out of his mouth, bright disorbited eyes, mismatched antlers, and tremendous stamina second only to that of Splendid. Lumpy is one of the four primary characters in the series. His low intelligence is often the cause of other characters' deaths, and sometimes his own. His deaths also tend to be particularly drawn out and painful due to his ability to survive injuries that would kill most other characters instantly.

He is the only one of the characters with a standard nose with two nostrils (smaller Happy Tree Friends have heart-shaped noses except Sniffles who has a trunk). Lumpy has appeared in more Happy Tree Friends episodes than any other characters. Lumpy has had many occupations in many episodes, including a teacher, ticket clerk, bus driver, convenience store owner, police officer, doctor, grave digger, firefighter, magician and more. He is usually a fill-in character, and often shown in tremendously incongruous situations, such as lounging lazily in a hammock, while the rest of the gang are playing in the snow. However he shows some intelligence in "Peas in a Pod" where he is cloned. He is often considered the "odd man out" because he doesn't share any Happy Tree Friend common traits such as a heart nose or Pac-Man pupils.

He lives in a trashy trailer, frequently eats sandwiches and he likes to talk to lettuce[1]. A rock on Mars was named after him[2].


Mime is a purple deer with a painted face, and who wears a blue and white striped shirt. Because he is a mime artist, others have a hard time understanding him. He can speak, but he chooses not to, although he has made audible breathing noises in some episodes. Most of his possessions are imaginary, yet can be stolen. He is talented with circus skills, such as juggling and creating balloon animals. His attempts at entertaining his fellow Happy-Tree Friends often have fatal consequences. Mime is also very fond of peanuts, having gone so far as reaching into a running blender, in an effort to retrieve some.

Mime could be portrayed as a juvenile deer, judging by the size of his antlers. He lives in a tent, the inside of which looks like a regular house. Inside his tent is an empty room. Since he is a mime, all of his furniture is imaginary. He dies quick and painless deaths more than any other character in the series, although most of his deaths are cameo appearances. Most of his deaths involve his head.

The Mole

The Mole is a blind purple mole with the stereotypical "blind man" appearance of dark glasses and cane. The Mole actually has a mole on his face. He seems to love stuffed animals. He wears a turtleneck sweater with the neck unrolled and covering his mouth; as a result (like Mime and Cro-Marmot), he does not speak. He is not deaf, though he does have hearing problems. Disaster follows his blind bumbling. In several instances, he mistakes body parts such as severed heads for other things. He has been seen driving. His driving abilities are clearly not safe for his surroundings, though he has actually been seen stopping at a red light.

According to the commentary for the episode "Pitchin' Impossible," the Mole was originally supposed to be a James Bond-like secret agent with all kinds of spy gadgets, but that was changed when the actual series was created. It was not until the episode "Mole in the City" that his secret-agent identity was explored. He also has an arch-nemesis known as The Rat; the rivalry between them is most likely based on the fact that they both have careers in industrial espionage.

A running gag in the series is The Mole performing tasks that require, or that are associated with, vision, such as driving, lighting a match to see in the dark, and reading a book. His house is full of things that require vision (telescopes, books, etc). He usually gets jobs where, as an ironic twist, excellent eyesight is the most important requirement; this employment usually results in a large number of characters getting killed. Most of his placements have something to do with the medical arts, such as his being hired as a physician.

In the web shorts, The Mole rarely dies, because one producer's daughter is blind, and they did not want to offend her or any blind person. Instead, he usually causes harm to the other Happy Tree Friends. He dies much more often in the TV series.


Nutty (Michael "Lippy" Lipman) is a green, sugar-addicted squirrel with a yellow, diamond-shaped marking on his head, and a big swirly tail that curves like a candy cane. He carries a small all-day sucker, and one eye bares a slight resemblance to Flippy’s "flipped-out" eyes. It is apparent that this googly eye is an amblyopia, or lazy eye, as it is almost always looking downward. It moves downward whenever the other eye moves in a different direction. Seeing something brightly colored, he will often mistake it for candy. He lives in a tree stump, where his home is in continual disarray. His bed has candy-cane legs, but he sleeps on candy wrappers on the floor.

As a result of his huge sugar intake, he is often hyperactive and jittery; even the slightest amount of sugar will set him off. He giggles more than he talks; he even giggles occasionally when he is dying. The only time he has ever been heard speaking was when he wished for a "scrumptious lollipop" in As You Wish. Deprived of sugar, Nutty foams at the mouth. He becomes very irritated and will do whatever it takes, as he supposes, to get his sugar fix, whether it be stealing candy, ignoring his friends -- even precipitating his own death. Most of his deaths result from his obsession with candy. He is typically split apart, shredded, or stabbed through the chest.


Petunia (Ellen Connell) is a blue skunk with a light blue arrow marking on her forehead, which is connected to the triangle shaped marking on her back. She wears a pink flower on top of her head and a pine scent deodorizer around her neck and a white pouch. Petunia is rarely seen without her flower or deodorizer. While Giggles is childlike, Petunia acts more mature, though she still likes to play with her dolls and often has tea parties. She also seems to enjoy cooking. Petunia also seems to have a drinking habit in the series. She drinks a lot of juice which causes her bladder to go unstable at certain times. Petunia's deaths are mostly caused by household items, like sinks.

Petunia is often seen in the series with Giggles. They appear to be best friends and run a lemonade stand together. In the Internet series, they were almost identical in personality. However, while Giggles has appeared and died more in the series than Petunia, Petunia's deaths are the most gruesome in the series. Many fans refer to her as one of the most unfortunate characters because of this. Like Giggles, her head is usually involved in her deaths. She has a great fear of and often dies, from fire. She is also the only main character of the series who has not directly caused the death of any other character so far.

Petunia has obsessive compulsive disorder. She takes showers five times a day, and if things are either dirty, or out of their proper place, she starts to hyperventilate and tries to do anything to clean it up again.

Pop & Cub


Pop (Aubrey Ankrum) is a light brown bear with a red beret. His appearance is set as a stereotypically clueless, bathrobe-wearing, pipe-smoking, 1950s style sitcom father. His son Cub often dies as a result of both his attention and inattention - although it is clear that he loves him. He is not very bright and when he tries to save his son, he often kills him and sometimes himself, too.

Pop is among the few characters in the show who has a much more intelligible way of speaking. He almost speaks clear words in some of the episodes he appears in. He can even read a book with an understanding vocabulary.


Cub (Ellen Connell) is Pop's son. He wears a diaper and a beanie. He has the appearance and personality of a baby but the intelligence and mobility of a young child. He is the youngest and smallest character of Happy Tree Friends and his eyes, which are unlike those of the other characters, give him a more infantile appearance, but despite these traits, he still dies and gets injured.

He has appeared and died much more in the series than his father and his deaths are usually a result of Pop's bad parenting. If his father's not paying attention to him, he will often be seen wandering around operating machines by himself or carelessly drifting into death-introducing hazards.


Russell (Francis Carr) is a blue-green sea otter with typical pirate accessories such as a Jolly Roger hat, a striped red/white shirt, a hook, an eyepatch and two wooden peglegs. He enjoys fishing, sailing and eating seafood, one of his animal instincts, especially mussels, which was why he was named Russell.

He also likes kite flying and even runs his own fast-food restaurant, as seen in the episode "Mime to Five". Russell's initial character design depicted him with a five o'clock shadow, though since his early appearances, it seems as though he shaves regularly. Typically, his vocabulary consists mostly of "Yar", 'Aha!' and 'Huh?'. It is evident that Russell's legs are partially amputated. He lives in a big pirate ship shaped treehouse and sleeps on a purple hammock. Because Russell spends most of his time in the water, he is rarely seen with the other characters. His deaths usually involve getting impaled.


Sniffles (Liz Stuart) is a blue anteater who is one of the most intelligent characters in the series. He usually likes reading and doing science and math problems. To reinforce the "nerd" image that Sniffles exudes, he carries pens in a pocket protector on his chest, has tape on his nerdy glasses, and has been seen dressed up as a Star Trek-like character. Sniffles sometimes takes a math book out behind his back and reads it.

Sniffles' IQ has proved to be extremely high in both the Internet and TV series. He has built things which are far more advanced than what most of the other characters could create, including a rocket from a bus and even a time machine. However, sometimes these devices malfunction and work against him, leading to his own death. Like Toothy, he has a wide range of deaths, usually involving his tongue, head, limbs, or organs. Sniffles also has a craving for ants, which is one of his animal instincts. Whenever he tries to eat one, however, they kill him, after torturing him in the most sadistic of manners.

He lives in a tree made of metal.


Splendid (David Winn) is a blue flying squirrel. He is largely based on Superman, being able to fly at speeds over 900,000 miles per hour, shoot laser beams from his eyes, has x-ray eye vision, has super strength, supersonic hearing, can turn back time and can breathe ice. His appearance is somewhat based on Rocky from Rocky & Bullwinkle. He is usually seen doing housework until he hears trouble.

The irony of Splendid being a superhero is that he often unintentionally kills the characters he rescues(i.e.- Splendid saving Lumpy from bear traps, only for one of them to close around Cub's head). This is usually either because of his ignorance or his own powers. Because of this he is commonly referred to as the worst Superhero ever. Most of the time, he is oblivious to the other characters' deaths. He often flies away without checking to see if they are actually safe. He believes that being a superhero is a pain in the neck.

His only confirmed death was in the TV episode "Gems the Breaks" where he was overexposed to his one and only superhero weakness: "kryptonut", which looks like a green glowing acorn, except it is made out of rock; a reference to kryptonite, the weakness of Superman. Not only will the kryptonut make him lose his powers, but it will also make him vomit continuously and give him stomach flu.


Toothy (Warren Graff) is a purple beaver with very large gapped teeth and freckles (thus in some episodes, Toothy's teeth aren't gapped). He is one of the four primary characters in the series. He is generally a very friendly character. He appears to be friends with Cuddles.

Toothy was the first character to be killed in the Happy Tree Friends series and he is also the character who has suffered long and painful deaths as seen in the episode that won an award at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France, the infamous "Eye Candy".[3]

He can be used in wider range of situations, unlike most of the other characters whose various personalities define how they might act in a given situation. He mostly acts before he thinks though he is by no means addle-brained. He even works as a dentist in the episode "Nuttin' but the tooth", where he took out a cavity Nutty had. Toothy is the only character that doesn't seem to have a hobby, and the creators consider him the character that needs to grow the most. Though Toothy is happy and playful, he lacks common sense.

Most of Toothy's deaths involve his head or parts of his head.

Other characters

  • Generic Tree Friends — Generic Tree Friends are not colored the usual colors; they are all-black, mysterious coloured but their eyes, nose, and mouth are shown. They're mostly used in masses when needed. Some of them look like a darker version of Toothy.
  • Pig Child — The final character to appear in "Mole and the City".
  • Giggles' Mom — Appearing only in the episode "Helping Helps". She was voiced by Dana Belben.
  • Old Prehistoric Sniffles — This prehistoric anteater appears in the episode "Blast from the Past". He is voiced by Liz Stuart.
  • The Narrator — A narrator that gives instructions to Lumpy in the training video Ski Patrol. The narrator was voiced by Mark Giambruno.
  • Fall Out Boy — The band members appeared in the music video as bears for The Carpal Tunnel of Love.
  • Elephant Balloon Man - A male elephant from "Mole in the City". He is killed by falling glass.

Ka-Pow! characters

W.A.R Journal

  • Flippy is a green bear that has post-traumatic stress disorder and goes insane when in conditions that remind him of the war , and starts killing other characters. He is shown that he is not capable of doing things under pressure in the war and killed his teammates by mistake
  • Sneaky is a green chameleon that can stretch his tongue and blend in with any background. He was accidentally pinned to a wall by Flippy with his knife and was partly blown up shortly after. So far he is the only anthropomorphic creature in all of the HTF series that isn't a mammal.
  • Mouse Ka-Boom is a tan mouse with a French accent. He specializes with explosives, is deaf, and has bandages on his ears,. He says "Le" before any word. He was accidentally sliced in the middle by Flippy and blown up by his own explosives.
  • The Tiger Army are the enemies that Flippy and his crew face.
  • Tiger General is one of the evil leaders of The Tiger Army Flippy and his companions are sent to kill. He serves as the main villain of W.A.R Jorunal. He is missing an eye and has a claw for his left hand. He was crushed to death by a falling log.

Buddhist Monkey

  • Buddhist Monkey (Jeff Biancalana) - A special character that starred in his own special episodes: "Enter the Garden", "Books of Fury", and "Three Courses of Death". He is the only star-characters that never died. He seems to be a fictional character within the Happy Tree Friends World. Buddhist Monkey was originally supposed to be a main character, but the creators thought he didn't fit. Instead of getting rid of him they decided to give him his own show.
  • Dark Shadow Lord: The supposed main enemy of Buddhist Monkey and Ruler of the Ninja/Generic Tree Ninja clan. His name may have been mentioned as Char Sew, but it may be the Pig Ninja's, he appears to be an ancient Chinese dragon.
  • Generic Tree Ninjas - A special group of Generic Tree Friends from Japan, who terrorize the sacred places where Buddhist Monkey lives. They're the Followers of the Unnamed Shadow Lord.
  • Char Sew: One of the Dark Shadow Lord's more elite warriors, a pig ninja. He has a Giant Crab that he can control. He and the Crab were boiled to death in Three Courses of Death.
  • Orangutan Master - Buddhist Monkey's teacher when Buddhist Monkey was younger.He is also the one who made Buddhist Monkey bald. It was hinted that he died some time before Ka-Pow!.
  • Panda Mom and Panda Cub: A mother Panda and a baby Panda who live near Buddhist Monkey. The pair are the 'Buddhist Monkey' counterparts of Pop and Cub. It was hinted that she became poor due to poverty in Ka-Pow!

Splendid's SSSSSuper Squad

  • Splendont - The Polar Opposite of Splendid. He was freed when Splendid plugged a volcano with a large rock, the pressure built up, and it was launched into outer space. The rock broke the mirror prison, setting him free. Although Splendid is blue with ligh blue patagiums, a light blue oval marking on his tummy, and wears a red mask, Splendont is red with dark red patagiums, a light red oval marking on his tummy, and wears a blue mask.
  • Super Squad - The super hero team that Splendid summoned for help. The 4 members are: a female Firefox with the powers to create phantom hands, a female spider with multiple eyes and several bows on her head, a creature in a robotic suit, and a jellyfish-like creature in a jar of water.


While most suffering in Happy Tree Friends is accidental, there are some antagonistic forces within the fictional world.

  • Cursed Idol - A Mayan statue which brings death and bad luck. This cursed Idol does none other than just sit there. When it appears, everyone who is near the statue dies brutally. This idol is based on the golden fertility idol in Raiders of the Lost Ark. It features in the episodes "Treasure Those Idol Moments", "Hello Dolly", and "Idol Curiosity". It appears as a prop in many other episodes.
  • The Rat - He has appeared only once and died by being split in half on a giant mouse trap in the episode "Mole in the City".
  • Demon - A carnivorous demon with tentacles who possessed Cub in "Read Em and Weep". It was summoned when Pop read a satanic-looking book, which resembles The Necronomicon.
  • Whistle - A cute little blue Dog that Pop buys for Cub at the local pet shop in "Doggone it". Although cute, lovable, and playful, Whistle has savage and murderous tendencies toward anybody in sight using his cuteness to deceive his victims. This puppy somewhat bares traits with Flippy: as Flippy's flip-outs are triggered by anything reminding him of war or the heat of battle, The Puppy's savage side is triggered by any high-pitched sound (i.e. a whistle blowing). Whistle is possibly based on Ken Pontac's dog.
  • Pod Lumpys - An army of fruit-colored Lumpy clones.
  • The Ants family (Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff and Ken Pontac) - A family that has a mother ant, a father ant (deceased), a teenage daughter, the middle son, and a baby ant. Whenever they appear in an episode, it often involves Sniffles trying to eat them, only to be tortured and killed in the most sadistic manners.

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