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  • That Darn Cat!

    My Friend and I can't figure out if Pete is a Cat, or a Dog...I was just wondering if anyone knew for sure or what your opinion was. Thanks!



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    Hes a dog. Period. He lives in Goofy's world, so hes a dog. Duks live in Duckburg, and dogs live in the twon Goofy lives in...Take that Quasi.
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    • #3
      I'm still not too sure...does anyone have any proof


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      • #4
        See my above post! Ducks- Duckberg.........Dogs- Goffys town...
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        • #5
          Originally posted by IndyJn511
          See my above post! Ducks- Duckberg.........Dogs- Goffys town...
          He didn't ask about ducks...he asked about cats.



          Pete is a dog.

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          • #6
            hehe, I win Wheeler!
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            • #7
              Mickey's villaneous foe.
              His first appearance in comics was in Death Valley from 1930, but he had existed a long time on the screen before that. In fact he predates his usual adversary Mickey Mouse, as he was a bad guy already in the early Alice Comedies, and he debuted there in 1925.

              Pete had his peg leg until 1936 in the cartoons. In the comics it lasted until 1941, when the story Mystery at Hidden River explained how he had gotten an artifical leg that looked real. Occasionally he resumed his peg leg in later stories though, for example in The World of Tomorrow (1944).

              He has had lots of names over the years: Peg-Leg Pete, Black Pete, Big Pete, Big Bad Pete, and Dirty Pete are some of them. Before 1930 he was sometimes called Putrid Pete and Bootleg Pete. And there's a late-1970s story where he's referred to as Bold Pete He was called Sneaky Pete for a little while too. This name was eventually shown the door when it was decided that, given that this was the name of a certain mixed drink, it would imply that Pete got his name by being an alcoholic. The name Big Bad Pete originated with a 1932 publicity release that unaccountably named him Big Bad Bill. When looking for a new name in the mid-1980s, Disney executives saw this and went for it. The advertisment for the first Mickey daily announced Pete as Terrible Tom - The Vile Villain! Another name was Louie the Leg.

              Often he has an accomplice who has had several names over the years, but sometimes is known as Catfoot.
              I got this from this site and I thought it was interesting...


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              • #8
                like "catfoot" really proves that hes a cat...
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                • #9
                  but nothing prooves he's a dog either..."The day is mine!" he, he, he, just kidding..I'll give it a rest for now, but I'd still like to hear what everyone else has to say


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                  • #10
                    I'm using your own evidence against you quasi:

                    Pete means "reliable." since when are cats reliable? Dogs are definately reliable.
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                    • #11
                      Pete is absolutely a cat - - check out Steamboat Willie, Gallopin Gaucho, etc... where he still has a long tail and pointy ears - - He is a mouse's nemesis - - a cat without a doubt!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by IndyJn511
                        Hes a dog. Period. He lives in Goofy's world, so hes a dog. Duks live in Duckburg, and dogs live in the twon Goofy lives in...Take that Quasi.
                        Not true. Dogs live in Duckburg, too. Watch the cartoons again, the Beagle Boys were definitely dogs...

                        Pete's a cat.

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                        • #13
                          "I'm working on it okay..." ~ Mulan...You cheeky monkey (Indy doesn't like cats to begin with... )


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                          • #14
                            YOUR ALL WRONG! EXCEPT FOR THE MAD HATTER! Your right, I dont like cats.
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                            • #15
                              thank you Merlin and GC! You guys rock!


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