CatDog

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  • TV-Y
  • 1998
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.5  (23,661)

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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Seasons
The Ballad of Old 159 / Cone Dog
8. The Ballad of Old 159 / Cone Dog
November 27, 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 inventsa high-speed high-tech flying garbage machine that he hopes will make Old 159 obsolete.
CatDog's Adventures In Winslowland / Mean Bob, We Hardly Knew Ye
7. CatDog's Adventures In Winslowland / Mean Bob, We Hardly Knew Ye
November 25, 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.
The Old CatDog and the Sea / Cat Gone Bad
5. The Old CatDog and the Sea / Cat Gone Bad
November 26, 2003
Avast ye landlubbers! This is a salty old fisherman's tale about the Swordfish on CatDog's living-room wall. / Cat suffers an identity crisis when a gang of alley-cats set up shop near the CatDog house.
Harasslin Match / Dog the Not-So-Mighty
4. Harasslin Match / Dog the Not-So-Mighty
November 24, 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".
Description

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 4 seasons (70 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+, BET+, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 4, 1998
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (23,661)