The tuxedo kitty and Earl’s feline pal, with his own way of thinking and talking (“Yesh!”), and loves Little Pink Sock.
Based on Patrick’s own dog, the small mutt with a big heart cheerfully tugs at the leash on the walk of life.
The best friend and guardian of Earl, “He’s the guy who feeds me, gives me treats, rubs my belly, and takes me for rides—my Ozzie.”
The doting guardian of Mooch, and married to Frank.
The cantankerous caretaker of “the cat,” and married to Millie.
The orphan kitty and animal advocate of the strip. Shtinky's obsession is helping to save the tigers.
The tough, tethered dog with a soft heart, Guard Dog’s mission is to remind people that it’s wrong to chain a dog.
The big, happy, energetic dog with lots of wuv (and sloppy kisses) to give.
The pugnacious proprietor of Fatty Snax Deli, Earl and Mooch’s favorite hangout.
The bowl-bound goldfish living with Frank and Millie.
The little girl on the block, and friend to all the animals, especially Guard Dog.
The street-smart feral alley cat with a heart of gold, and Shtinky Puddin’s mentor.
The cat who stays under the couch and avoids Mondays.
The world’s crabbiest crustacean loves to use salty (“@#$%!”) cartoon language.
The two nutty squirrels, Bip and Bop are pure mayhem, especially when they’re helping unaware passersby achieve enlightenment via the BONK!
The demure housecat, and object of Mooch’s affection, known only by her ears.
The lovable adopted duo made their debut in a Shelter Stories series.
The wise-cracking, all-muscle shellfish, and friend of Crabby’s.
The prophesying wonder of the world, or Mooch with a kitchen towel on his head. You decide.
Two spunky, sarcastic members of the MUTTS book club.