The Dozen Finest Animated Animal Babes
Unlike our other lists focusing on the hottest cartoon character in general, this particular list is all about those lovely and all to cute anthropomorphic animal hotties we’ve all secretly come to know and adore. Each is a human-animal hybrid of sorts, as it goes with the definition of the word anthropomorphic -having human-like tendencies generally as an animal- and each is a lady who some of us may have had an intimate dreamed relationship with as a youth first entering adolescence and exploring… um, okay, moving on. This list has no actual humans of any kind and each of these animated lovelies is quite well known to even the most casual cartoon fan. Read on and hide your shame.
Magica lives on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, next to Naples, Italy. Her primary motivation is to steal Uncle Scrooge’s Number One Dime and melt it in the fires of the volcano to turn it into a powerful magical amulet, capable of granting the Midas Touch. She, unlike Scrooge, doesn’t necessarily believe the dime itself (until it’s destroyed, that is) has powers, just that it was Scrooge’s first piece of earned wealth. She’s kinda cute, too.
A Scottish mutant, Wolfsbane possesses the ability to transform into a wolf or into a transitional state somewhere between human and wolf (as in anthropomorphic). She has honed her powers to shift between human and wolf characteristics but must keep her feral instincts at bay when she does. She was originally a member of the X-Men’s 1980s junior team The New Mutants (X-Force), X-Factor and Excalibur. She has thus been a member of six secondary X-Men teams, more than any other character.
Though the focus of this relatively simple cartoon was always Tom’s fruitless efforts to capture Jerry. However, along the way many secondary and tertiary characters would become backdrops of particular episodes up to and including female cats that Tom would attempt to prove himself to by slyly trapping Jerry. Never the less, the feat backfired and Tom just ended up looking like an ass wrapped up in his own useless traps allowing Jerry, the mouse, to snag the treat. They were all really smokin’ kitties, though.
From Wikipedia “Fievel’s older sister, she is drawn in a traditional Russian peasant girl’s dress, including a red head kerchief (incorrectly called a “babushka” in the film) given to her on Hannukah at the beginning of the film shortly before the Serbo-Bulgarian War erupts. She is optimistic, cheerful and obedient. After Fievel was washed off the ill-fated SS Austria en route to America she continued to believe that her brother was alive, a hope fulfilled when Fievel was found at the end. She was given an American name ‘Tillie’ at the immigration point at Castle Garden on Ellis Island.” Some people, believe it or not, find her really attractive. Some really weird people.
Though unfortunately voiced by that Godzilla Villain, Sally Struthers, Rebecca ended up being the only real attractive female on the Disney hit, TaleSpin. She was the owner and boss Baloo’s Air Service, renaming it Higher For Hire, thanks to a buy-out from the titular bear during the first episode. She eventually became close friends with Baloo and Kip and even served as their pilot on occasion. Darn cute.
The Chipettes (Brittany, Jeanette, and Eleanor) are a group of anthropomorphic chipmunk singers first appearing on the cartoon series Alvin and the Chipmunks in 1983. In this toon, the Chipettes served as female featured characters in their own right, starring in several episodes in which their male counterparts (Alvin, Simon, and Theodore) did not appear. The title of the show was changed from Alvin and the Chipmunks to simply The Chipmunks in 1988 to reflect this. And as hot girl Chipmunks go, well, this is where they go.
Miss Kitty Mouse of The Great Mouse Detective is a female mouse and the head singer and dancer of the Rat Trap Saloon. She is very confident of her appearance and she impresses the bar’s patrons with her flirty routines. And, as it turns out, there are several folks from varying web sites who really find this kind of thing far too, um, let’s say ‘realistic’. Type her name into Google and you’ll see what I mean.
Speaking in an even higher register than her boyfriend, Mickey, Minnie Mouse is quite the important character in the echelon of Disney toons. Her first appearance with Mickey was in the shorts Plane Crazy and then again in Steamboat Willie both in 1928 and she’s been hanging around ever sense. This little nugget of unintended humor is from Wikipedia: “Her next appearance was arguably more significant. Mickey’s Follies (June 26, 1929), featured the first performance of the song “Minnie’s Yoo Hoo.” “The guy they call little Mickey Mouse” for the first time addresses an audience to explain that he has “Got a sweetie” who is “Neither fat nor skinny” and proudly proclaims that “She’s my little Minnie Mouse”. Mickey then proceeds in explaining his reaction to Minnie’s call.” Her cuteness has become an attraction to many male fans.
Daisy Duck is one of Disney’s cartoon and comic book characters. She was created as a female counterpart and girlfriend to Donald Duck, and first appeared in the cartoon “Mr. Duck Steps Out” in 1940. Though Daisy has Donald’s temper, she has far greater control over it (although on rare occasions her temper can burst out and she can get into rages similar to Donald’s). Moreover she tends to be more sophisticated than her boyfriend. She usually wears either no pants herself or a dress. She is mostly shown as showing a strong affinity towards Donald. Yep. No pants.
Lola’s first appearance was in the movie Space Jam. Lola’s basketball skills got her a spot on the Toon Squad, in which the Looney Tunes characters were pitted against the villainous Monstars for their freedom, with help from Michael Jordan. The Toon Squad was victorious, and Lola kindled a romance with Bugs. She’s almost hotter than Bugs in drag.
This is from Dimadick and FantasyKat.com (one of those sites dedicated to Animated Animal Lust): “Cheetara of Thundercats is a noble warrior of Thundera, one of the few who survived their planet’s destruction. She is the fourth in the remaining hierarchy and she serves the Thundercats’ cause of creating civilization on Third Earth. She is the fastest of them all in both body and mind.” See that part where it says ‘creating civilization’, yeah, I can imagine many many men taking her up on that job. MEOW!
Gadget is a young female mouse (voiced by Simpson alum, Tress MacNeille) and the Rescue Ranger’s pilot, mechanic and inventor. The daughter of deceased inventor and aviator Geegaw Hackwrench, who was a good friend of Monterey Jack, she first met Chip and Dale when Monty brought them to Geegaw’s in search of an airplane. With nothing else to do, since her father’s death and eagerness to help, she joins the team. Gadget moves quickly, thinks quickly, and talks quickly, often leaving the others looking stunned and confused. In addition to building and maintaining the Ranger Plane, Gadget is the one responsible for the various technological items used by the team and is regularly inventing new vehicles and tools for the team’s use out of whatever spools, knick-knacks, and stuff that’s sitting around. And for a mouse, well… purty!