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The comic misadventures of a tidy, refined Cat and a goofy, uncouth Dog joined at the abdomen.

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Cast

Series cast summary:
Jim Cummings ...  Cat / ... 67 episodes, 1998-2005
Tom Kenny ...  Dog / ... 67 episodes, 1998-2005
Carlos Alazraqui ...  Winslow / ... 66 episodes, 1998-2005
Billy West ...  Rancid Rabbit / ... 62 episodes, 1998-2005
Maria Bamford ...  Shriek / ... 58 episodes, 1998-2005
John Kassir ...  Dunglap / ... 36 episodes, 1998-2005
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Storyline

The life and times of a cat and a dog with a unique twist: they're connected, literally. They share one body with Dog's head at one end and Cat's head on the other. Adding to their dilemma is Cat's annoyance with Dog, mainly caused by Dog's stupidity and Cat's up-tight personality. Written by James Delphi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 April 1998 (USA) See more »

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Catdog See more »

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Dolby

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Trivia

A half cat/half dog animal similar to the star(s) of this show appeared in the wonderfully surreal Looney Tunes short 'Porky in Wackyland.' See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Winslow T. Oddfellow: What are ya, nuts?
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Connections

Spin-off Nickelodeon Nick Click (1999) See more »

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Brilliant
18 July 2005 | by blonde_ambitionSee all my reviews

Since this show started when I was about ten, I've watched it and always very much enjoyed it. Though it does seem to have gathered a lot of bad reviews. But I do believe that a lot of people find the concept a little creepy. It's about two friends, a cat named Cat, and a dog named Dog (how imaginative) who are joined together. A cat and a dog kind of joined in the middle, so God only knows how they use the toilet. Anyway, CatDog is a very enjoyable show and I only wish it would be shown on TV more. It only seems to be on VERY occasionally, for very short runs, after it was cancelled in 2001 or around there. But should it come on, it is worth watching. It's highly amusing, and frequently funny, and yes, very odd. But look at that as a good thing, and it's a great show. And the guys doing the voices, Jim Cummings (Cat) and Tom Kenny (Dog), work very well together, and are a great team. I do believe the two of them have worked together several times. Overall, CatDog is a strange, but entertaining show (with a one of the best theme tunes) and deserves to be seen, so enjoy!


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