Coolest animated animals from ‘Garfield’ to ‘Scooby-Doo’

 

Captain Eugene H. Krabs, or Mr. Krabs fromMr. Krabs

Captain Eugene H. Krabs, or Mr. Krabs from “Spongebob Squarepants,” may be known for being cheap, but he’s also determined and a good friend and father. He’ll do whatever it takes to make his daughter Pearl happy and he goes to extreme measures to help protect his fast-food business.

Who hasn't wondered what their pet was thinking?

Dug

Who hasn’t wondered what their pet was thinking? “Up” gives us a taste of what it would be like if dogs could talk and it seems they’re as scatterbrained as expected, or at least Dug is. And, he’s obsessed with squirrels. He may let the film’s other dogs boss him around, but when it comes down to the wire he finds the strength to stand up to them to protect his new human friends. Successful or not, Dug is as motivated, friendly and loving as any real pup would be, if not more.

When Snoopy was first introduced to the

Snoopy

When Snoopy was first introduced to the “Peanuts” comic strip, he seemed to only have characteristics similar to your average pup. But as the strip evolved, so did Snoopy’s character. Snoopy heads off to imaginary worlds and brings us along with him. One can envy his creative, mischievous and perpetually happy state of mind.

Since 1969, the cartoon dog Scooby-Doo has been

Scooby-Doo

Since 1969, the cartoon dog Scooby-Doo has been munching on Scooby snacks while helping the Mystery Incorporated gang solve crimes. Scooby and his best friend Shaggy spent more time running, hiding and screaming their way through the cartoon than any of the other characters, but Scooby was still able to help solve the mystery, sometimes. Scooby is loved for facing his fears, while not being ashamed to admit them.

Remy, the talented rat from the 2007 film

Remy

Remy, the talented rat from the 2007 film “Ratatouille,” followed his dreams and achieved what many believed to be impossible. Just a small rat, Remy was able to cook up big dishes at a famous restaurant. But, he didn’t achieve his goals without a little help from his human friend, Linguini.

Who knew one little clown fish could possess

Marlin

Who knew one little clown fish could possess so much love, strength and devotion? Marlin risks his life to protect son Nemo countless times throughout “Finding Nemo.” He even faces his own fears during his journey to find the wandering clown fish. He may have been overprotective, but his instincts were certainly well-founded.

Ren and Stimpy

The Ren and Stimpy Show” debuted on Nickelodeon in 1991, pushing the boundaries of cartoon violence and definitely having fun with gross-out humor. The show was canceled after five seasons, but left us with two memorable characters: Ren, a moody Chihuahua, had a spunky attitude who would often go through a range of emotions during each episode; and Stimpy, a not-too-bright cat who was always happy-go-lucky and had his head in the clouds. Together, the two characters formed a humorous and memorable dynamic.

SebastianSebastian, from the 1989 film

Sebastian, from the 1989 film “The Little Mermaid,” is strong-willed while trying to keep his friend Ariel out of trouble. He wants to help Ariel stay level-headed, but eventually encourages her to enjoy herself. Without his persuasive song, “Kiss The Girl,” Ariel may have never had her happily ever after. He is able to help teach Ariel to appreciate what she has in order to welcome greater things. In the wise words of Sebastian, “the seaweed is always greener in somebody else’s lake.”

Sven, the reindeer from the 2013 film

Sven

Sven, the reindeer from the 2013 film “Frozen,” helps to bring both humor and a sense of loyalty to the film. In one of the movie’s crucial scenes, Sven convinces Kristoff to head back to Arendelle to save Anna’s life. Sven helps him realize his feelings for Anna and, like a true friend, he helps him ultimately make the right choices.

Ted

Ted,” a furry teddy bear voiced by Seth MacFarlane, has starred in comedy “Ted” as well as its sequel, “Ted 2.” He may be a teddy bear, but he acts like a human.

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