CatDog

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  • 1998
  • 3 Seasons
  • 6.6  (21,315)

CatDog is an animated television show that features a very strange Cat and Dog hybrid that has both the head of a dog and the head of a cat. This of course leads to many wacky problems. The animal's names are Cat and Dog and they live together in a suburban style neighborhood called Nearburg that is occupied exclusively by animals. Cat and Dog are the best of friends despite having very different outlooks on life. Cat is greedy and selfish. He always wants to find a way to make money. He is very books mart and likes the finer things in life like opera and classical music. Dog is the more fun loving of the pair. He loves to eat junk food and chase cars down the street. Cat and Dog share a residence with a mouse named Winslow T. Oddfellow. On the surface, Winslow seems to antagonize Cat and Dog but often acts as a voice of reason in trying to defuse Cat's schemes or save Dog from hurting himself. The neighborhood is occupied by a street gang of 1950's style dogs. This group is called The Greaser Dogs. They are CatDog's chief oppositional foil each episode and often antagonize Cat by calling him names. The members the Greaser Dogs are Cliff, Shriek, and Lube. Rancid Rabbit is another troublemaker in Nearburg. He has had multiple careers, always in opposition of CatDog's best interests. He has been a movie mogul, school principal, police officer and many other authority figure types. He has a spoiled and bratty niece, Rancine, who has a strong desire to capture CatDog and keep them as a pet. CatDog ran for four full seasons and produced 68 episodes. The cartoon employed some of the most notable voice talents in the industry. Tom Kenny, Jim Cummings, Billy West, Maria Bamford and John Kassir all lent their voices to multiple characters.

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CatDog and the Great Parent Mystery
26. CatDog and the Great Parent Mystery
November 25, 2000
It's Annual Parents' Day and as usual CatDog are excluded due to their lack of parents.
Vexed of Kin / Meat, Dog's Friends
25. Vexed of Kin / Meat, Dog's Friends
November 28, 2003
Sibling rivalry runs rampant when Mom and Dad come to visit the CatDog home. /Ever have a meat problem? Dog has one when he finds out that his favorite source of nutrition in fact comes from animals and his friends are all animals!
The Ballad of Old 159/Cone Dog
24. The Ballad of Old 159/Cone Dog
November 28, 2003
Ever since he was a puppy, Dog has chased the venerable city garbage truck, fondly known as "Old 159". Tired of being dragged along the road once a week, Cat invents the "Garbage-guzzler" a high-speed high-tech flying garbage machine that he hopes will make Old 159 and his misery obsolete./Dog has to wear a cone on his head in order to protect the tick bite on his ear.
The Old CatDog and the Sea/Cat Gone Bad
23. The Old CatDog and the Sea/Cat Gone Bad
June 15, 2004
Avast ye landlubbers! This is a salty old fisherman's tale about the Swordfish on CatDog's living-room wall. The teller of the tale is Cat, who's embellishing the story in order to impress TV star Tallulah./Cat suffers an identity crisis when a gang of alley-cats set up shop near the CatDog house. He trades in his normal, prissy, finicky self to become "Scat Cat", a tattooed, laid-back hipster.
CatDog's Adventures in Winslowland/Mean Bob, We Hardly Knew Ye
22. CatDog's Adventures in Winslowland/Mean Bob, We Hardly Knew Ye
November 28, 2003
Ever wondered what goes on inside Winslow's house and how he's able to pop out of doorways in so many different locations? Well, so has Cat, and his curiosity finally gets the better of him. He trespasses inside Winslow's hole-in-the-wall./CatDog are at the Mean Bob Super Fan Convention, watching a WWF-style fight extravaganza between Mean Bob and his nemesis Evil Eric.
Harasslin Match/Dog the Not-So-Mighty
21. Harasslin Match/Dog the Not-So-Mighty
November 28, 2003
It's been a year since Dog's superhero alter-ego Dog the Mighty saved Mayor Rancid from the grim reaper, and now Nearburg is celebrating with "Dog the Mighty Day". Cat wants nothing to do with this nonsense, and declines Dog's offer to reprise the role of his faithful sidekick, "Catboy."
Kooky Prank Day/Back to School
20. Kooky Prank Day/Back to School
April 1, 2000
Dog is excited because today is Kooky Prank Day, Nearburg's version of April Fool's Day.CatDog prepare to go back to their old school reunion, where Cat wants to rekindle his romance with Sally Chenille.
CatDogula
19. CatDogula
October 26, 1999
It's Halloween and Cat, dressed as Duke Kahanamoku of Hawaii and Dog, dressed as Count Dogula, go out Trick-or-Treating. Dog is bitten by Nosferacho, a Peruvian vampire tick, and turns into a vampire. Then the tick bites Lola, Rancid, the Greasers, Mervis, Dunglap, and Randolph and turn them into vampires, too.
Talking Turkey
18. Talking Turkey
November 21, 1999
Walt, the turkey from the Nearburg Thanksgiving parade, shows up at CatDog's house looking for refuge. Dog immediately takes him in; ravenous Cat wants to eat him. Cat has a change of heart, then the Greasers, Eddie the Squirrel, Rancid Rabbit (Nearburg Parade Marshall), Mervis, Dunglap and the police, all show up at CatDog's house, looking for Walt.
Future CatDog/Cloudbursting
17. Future CatDog/Cloudbursting
December 31, 1999
CatDog are beamed into the year 3001 to fight the evil Big Winslow.Lola beats Cat for first place at the Nearburg Invention Convention, making Cat an envious enemy.
Seeing Eye CatDog/Beware of Cliff
16. Seeing Eye CatDog/Beware of Cliff
May 15, 2001
CatDog become the seeing eye dog for blind billionaire TJ Wolfington.After an accident pumping iron, Cliff becomes a changed dog and vows to stop doing mean things.
New Cat in Town/CatDog Cousteau
15. New Cat in Town/CatDog Cousteau
May 18, 2001
Nearburg is terrified by a huge, giant cat that reminds everyone of the movie monster Catzilla. CatDog go down to Nearburg Cove to find the fabled treasure that sank with the pirate Orange Beard.
CatDog Candy/Movin' On Up
14. CatDog Candy/Movin' On Up
May 17, 2001
CatDog fight over lunch then grapple in the kitchen, sending flour, sugar, chocolate, fruit, all over the place. CatDog inherit some land on the shores of beautiful Lake Wanamaker, so they pack up and drive to the lake, but sentimental Dog insists they latch the house onto the car and drag it, too.
Monster Truck Folly/CatDog's Gold
13. Monster Truck Folly/CatDog's Gold
November 3, 2000
Dog builds his own Monster Truck and drags Cat to Nearburg Square Garden to enter the Monster Truck Rally. Lola convinces CatDog to make honey in their own backyard. CatDog and Lola build a beehive, then recruit the queen and her drones to move into their brand new real estate.
Rinky Dinks/Hypno-Teased
12. Rinky Dinks/Hypno-Teased
May 16, 2001
Nearburg becomes a winter wonderland, and CatDog, Lola, Dunglap, Mervis, and the Greasers take the opportunity to sled, frolic in the snow, and skate on frozen Lake Nearburg.Dog gets a toy hypnotism kit, and Cat uses it to hypnotize Winslow to "dance on a casababa melon while juggling deli meats and singing "Turkey in the Straw."
Doo Wop Diggety/CatDogumentary
11. Doo Wop Diggety/CatDogumentary
March 30, 2000
Winslow stumbles upon the Greasers on a street corner singing Doo-Wop harmony. CatDog's new neighbor, the yellow-tailed whipporwhill Lola Caricola has to make a documentary about CatDog to satisfy her angry financier, Mr. Bottomleiner.
Stunt CatDog/Greasers in the Mist
10. Stunt CatDog/Greasers in the Mist
March 30, 2000
CatDog stumble upon a movie set, where they become stuntmen. CatDog convince Lola to infiltrate the Greasers and study their habits so they can find a weakness.
Lube In Love/Picture This
9. Lube In Love/Picture This
March 23, 2000
CatDog's car breaks down and they are forced to take it to Lube's garage. Lube shows CatDog the woman he loves -- Grace Hepburn, a rich heiress who comes to get gas in her limousine. Dog finds Cat's old camera, and goes all around Nearburg taking pictures of people in embarrassing situations.
The Geekers/The Golden Hydrant
8. The Geekers/The Golden Hydrant
March 23, 2000
Tired of being bullied by the Greasers, CatDog, Eddie the Squirrel, Dunglap and Mervis form their own gang -- the Geekers.Dog finds The Golden Hydrant, a mythical talisman that will bring eternal good luck to whatever dog pees on it.
Sweet and Lola/Rich Shriek, Poor Shriek
7. Sweet and Lola/Rich Shriek, Poor Shriek
October 23, 1999
CatDog relax in the yard when they first meet Lola Caricola. A zoologist by temperament and training, Lola thinks that CatDog are the most fascinating animal she's ever seen. CatDog work as caterers at a glitzy debutante party in a Nearburg mansion. Cat is excited to mingle with the wealthy, but the patrons take to Dog instead.
Silents, Please/Gorilla My Dreams
6. Silents, Please/Gorilla My Dreams
May 14, 2001
In this largely silent and black and white episode, a broke CatDog dance on the street, paint people's portraits, and sell a rotten apple to Cliff the Greasers Dog.A gorilla shows up at CatDog's house just as CatDog are about to join Mervis and Dunglap for a big bowling tournament.
Remain Seated / Dogcatcher in the Rye
5. Remain Seated / Dogcatcher in the Rye
November 6, 1999
Despite Cat's objections, Dog drags Cat to Theme Park World Land to ride the Butt Buster, a roller-coaster that goes 200 miles an hour, is 20 stories high, and has sixteen loops. Mayor Rancid Rabbit needs more funds for his hot tub full of gold coins, so Rancid starts rounding up all the dogs without licenses.
Rodeo CatDog/Teeth For Two
4. Rodeo CatDog/Teeth For Two
October 16, 1999
While wandering through the State Fair, CatDog find themselves expertly riding a ferocious bucking bull. Dentist Rancid Rabbit finds out that whatever Dog eats affects CatÆs teeth, and vice versa. Cat tries to get Dog to eat healthier stuff to spare his teeth, but Dog can't resist eating lollipops and other bad stuff.
Shriek On Ice/No Thanks for the Memories
3. Shriek On Ice/No Thanks for the Memories
December 4, 1999
Shriek decides to quit the Greasers and fulfill her dreams of being a champion ice skater.Dog gets bonked on the head while chasing the garbage truck, giving him amnesia.
Sumo Enchanted Evening/Hotel CatDog
2. Sumo Enchanted Evening/Hotel CatDog
October 9, 1999
A famished CatDog eats a ton of food at Rancid Rabbit's Rib Room, become incredibly obese, and can't afford the $34,000 bill.CatDog turn their house into a hotel, opening up their doors to, among others, a demanding Bavarian.
Firedog/Dog Show
1. Firedog/Dog Show
March 16, 2000
CatDog get a job as the Firedog at the Nearburg firehouse.Dog enters the Nearburg Dog Show, and dresses as a woolly Afghan with a hairy butt (Cat).
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CatDog is an animated television show that features a very strange Cat and Dog hybrid that has both the head of a dog and the head of a cat. This of course leads to many wacky problems. The animal's names are Cat and Dog and they live together in a suburban style neighborhood called Nearburg that is occupied exclusively by animals.

Cat and Dog are the best of friends despite having very different outlooks on life. Cat is greedy and selfish. He always wants to find a way to make money. He is very books mart and likes the finer things in life like opera and classical music. Dog is the more fun loving of the pair. He loves to eat junk food and chase cars down the street.

Cat and Dog share a residence with a mouse named Winslow T. Oddfellow. On the surface, Winslow seems to antagonize Cat and Dog but often acts as a voice of reason in trying to defuse Cat's schemes or save Dog from hurting himself.

The neighborhood is occupied by a street gang of 1950's style dogs. This group is called The Greaser Dogs. They are CatDog's chief oppositional foil each episode and often antagonize Cat by calling him names. The members the Greaser Dogs are Cliff, Shriek, and Lube. Rancid Rabbit is another troublemaker in Nearburg. He has had multiple careers, always in opposition of CatDog's best interests. He has been a movie mogul, school principal, police officer and many other authority figure types. He has a spoiled and bratty niece, Rancine, who has a strong desire to capture CatDog and keep them as a pet.

CatDog ran for four full seasons and produced 68 episodes. The cartoon employed some of the most notable voice talents in the industry. Tom Kenny, Jim Cummings, Billy West, Maria Bamford and John Kassir all lent their voices to multiple characters.

CatDog is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (66 episodes). The series first aired on April 4, 1998.

Where to Watch CatDog

CatDog is available for streaming on the Nickelodeon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch CatDog on demand at Apple TV+, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 4, 1998
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (21,315)