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flaky adj
1 made of or easily forming flakes [syn: flakey]
2 conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual; "restaurants of bizarre design--one like a hat, another like a rabbit"; "famed for his eccentric spelling"; "a freakish combination of styles"; "his off-the-wall antics"; "the outlandish clothes of teenagers"; "outre and affected stage antics" [syn: bizarre, eccentric, freakish, freaky, off-the-wall, outlandish, outre] [also: flakiest, flakier]

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  1. Consisting of flakes or of small, loose masses; lying, or cleaving off, in flakes or layers; flakelike.
  2. Working only on an intermittent basis
  3. Unreliable; intermittent or eccentric.
    I cannot enjoy the online game because of my flaky Internet connection.


Consisting of flakes; lying, or cleaving off, in flakes; flakelike
Working only on an intermittent basis
Unreliable; intermittent or eccentric

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This is a list of characters from Happy Tree Friends.

Main characters


(Voiced by Kenn Navarro (2000–) ) Cuddles is a male yellow rabbit with pinkish cheeks who inexplicably wears pink rabbit slippers. Cuddles is one of the primary characters in the series. Like Giggles, Toothy and Lumpy, he appears in many of the advertisements.
Cuddles was the first character to be created in Happy Tree Friends. Creator Rhode Montijo first drew him on a piece of paper with the phrase Resistance Is Futile above and that was how the creators got the idea for the show. His voice is even performed by the co-creator of the show Kenn Navarro.
Both his white fluffy curly hair tuft and cotton tail look exactly the same. His long ears move to match how he feels, for example, if he's happy, they'll stay up, and when his feelings are hurt, they droop.
Cuddles' personality is somewhat mixed. On one hand, he can be dangerously mischievous. Also he can be self-centered. Both of these characteristics can lead to both his death and other characters' deaths. On the other hand he is also friendly and caring, making his personality more complex than the others. He was seen to have multiple houses, but his official one is known to be a Hollow Tree, as it is the only one to appear more than once ("In a Jam" and "Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow").
He is particularly good friends with Toothy, Flaky and Lumpy. Cuddles and Giggles are also very close friends, and it has been hinted several times they have crushes on each other. Their love relationship is most prominent in the Fall Out Boy music video: "The Carpel Tunnel of Love".
With a number of 45 deaths, Cuddles is the character who gets killed most times in the Happy Tree Friends franchise. He is also the character who has, so far, been killed by Flippy the most (though, to be fair, Flippy generally kills everyone in episodes in which he is featured). While he still dies a lot in the web and TV series, Cuddles has survived several times ("Doggone It", "Sea What I Found", "A Change of Heart", "A Sight For Sore Eyes", "Letter Late Than Never", "Double Whammy Part 1" and "We're Scrooged!") and some of his deaths are debatable ("Mime To Five" and "Concrete Solution"). He tends to die some of the messier deaths such as being sliced to bits by helicopter blades and ceiling fans, exploding, and slithering through narrow holes as a bloody mush.
Cuddles is one of the characters to have an account on MySpace. It mentions that he is actually allergic to carrots because they make him choke, which is evidenced by the 'Feed' section of his Smoochie. In addition, it mentions he collects powerful antique electric toothbrushes and his fur is highly protected from the sun.
He appeared in the God and Devil show (Robert Downey Jr.) as an icon on God's keys.


(Voiced by Dana Belben (2000–2005) Ellen Connell (2005–)) Giggles is a pink female chipmunk who has a white diamond-shaped marking and wears a big red bow on her head. She has the personality of a young girl, as she enjoys frolicking through flowers, having tea parties with friends, ice skating, and having a shy and sweet demeanor. Her name comes from her habit of giggling often. She appears to be allergic to flowers which was revealed in her Valentines smoochie. She Has A White Oval On Her Forepouch.
Giggles is one of the primary characters of the series and appears along with Cuddles, Toothy, and Lumpy in the advertisements. She may have also been one of the first characters to be created along with Cuddles.
Giggles is a very affectionate character and is often seen hugging and kissing several of the characters. She is particularly close to Cuddles whom she has a crush on as hinted in several episodes (especially in "Remains to be Seen" when zombified Giggles and Cuddles did the famous Lady and the Tramp kiss and in the Fall Out Boy: "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" music video where for the first time their romantic relationship was really explored).
She is best friends with Petunia. The two run a lemonade stand together. She is also friends with Toothy because Toothy is friends with Cuddles. Though Giggles' deaths aren't usually as gruesome as Petunia's, she appears and dies more often. Her deaths usually involve her head (it is mostly sliced off, or stuff is ripped out of it).
One of her most gruesome injuries (and possibly the most gruesome) was in Eyes Cold Lemonade. It involves the front of her head being sliced off by nails.


(Voiced by Warren Graff (2000–) ) Toothy is a purple male beaver with very large gapped teeth (that's where he got his name from) and freckles. Although his character description on the official site says he has "big ol' buckteeth" larger than the other characters (more like that of SpongeBob SquarePants), he occasionally has the normal buckteeth. This was mostly due to the laziness of the animators, but when Fatkat took over for the TV series, this problem was solved. He is generally a very friendly character who likes to play around now and then, particularly with the younger characters. He admires Splendid and even dresses up as him for Halloween. As with Cuddles, Lumpy and Giggles, he is another of the main characters since he's often seen with them on both Happy Tree Friends products and advertisements. He can also be seen hanging out with Petunia (as shown in the TV series theme song in which they were both on a see saw and in "Hero to Eternity" when Toothy and Petunia are building a snowman). All this may hint that they may have crushes on one another, though it has yet to be an explored topic. Toothy was also Flippy's first victim in both the online shorts and TV series.
There are a couple of ways in which he is famous: he is the first character to be killed ever in Happy Tree Friends and he is also the character who suffered a very long and horrible death in the episode that won an award at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France, the infamous Eye Candy. Toothy has a wide range of deaths, although they most often involve his eyes.
He can be used in wider range of situations, unlike most of the other characters whose various personalities define how they might act in a given situation. He mostly acts before he thinks (for example running away and throwing a lit candle behind him in Class Act) though he is by no means addle-brained.
Toothy is also the only character who didn't develop much of a personality in the TV series. During the TV series most characters' personalities matured and they grew new personality traits, such as Petunia's OCD, Cro-Marmot's interest in surfing and snowboarding, Cuddles wanting to be a rock star, etc. Although it has been hinted that he likes to watch monster movies in "Wingin' It", not much else about his personality changed.
Toothy is also the only character who hasn't received a real starring role in the TV series thus far. Although his starring pop-up was shown , he didn't really star in an episode since "Autopsy Turvy" later changed to "Double Whammy Part 2". Autopsy Turvy was a fake-out episode and it was only 48 seconds long.


(Voiced by Rhode Montijo (2000–2004) David Winn (2004–) ) Lumpy is a blue male moose with clean teeth, nice bright eyes, and mismatched antlers. Known to be the big brother, or perhaps babysitter of many of the other characters, he usually means well but he's extremely stupid. Furthermore, he screams like a girl. He is not so reliable at times and tends to mess things up a lot. Although Lumpy has generally always killed someone by design, he is portrayed as a villain for the first time in "Dunce Upon a Time." However in the episode Happy Trails Pt. 2: Jumping the Shark he killed another character intentionally.
He is the only one of the characters with a standard nose with two nostrils (most of the smaller Happy Tree Friends have heart-shaped noses). Plus, he is the only one whose hands don't turn mitten-esque like the others. Lumpy has appeared in the most episodes out of all the other Tree Friends, and most fans consider him the odd one out due to his height and lack of a normal Happy Tree Friend style face. There were some arguments about him being too close to Bullwinkle and "Montgomery Moose", the leader of The Get-Along Gang, so his right antler was drawn upside down. He's a hillbilly judging by his voice, his lifestyle, and the clothes he wears. Lumpy has had many occupations in many episodes, including a teacher, ticket clerk, bus driver, convenience store owner, police officer, doctor, fire fighter, magician and more. These types of jobs usually require someone with a certain level of intelligence, which may mean that Lumpy uses his brain when he's doing something important (but only to a certain degree). He's usually a fill-in character like Wooldoor Sockbat from Drawn Together. He is often shown in tremendously incongruous situations, such as lounging lazily, shirtless, and in a hammock, while the rest of the Happy Tree Friends gang are playing in the snow, as seen in Snow What? That's What!.
His low intelligence is often the cause of other characters' deaths, and sometimes his own. In fact, Lumpy has caused the death every character at least once, except Cro-Marmot and Splendid, as he was killed by them twice. At 118 kills (slightly more than double that of Flippy's), Lumpy has the highest kill count out of all of the Happy Tree Friends. His deaths almost always involve getting crushed or torn apart in some way.
He lives in a trashy trailer and drives a Lincoln Continental. His MySpace account mentions that his favorite foods are cheese and sandwiches, his favorite dessert is cheesecake, and that he likes to talk to lettuce as seen in the Collect Them All Section.
It's been announced that Lumpy will be one of the six playable characters for the XBOX 360 video game Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm.
Like Cuddles he also apeared in the same episode of The God & devil Show, but he was green.


(Voiced By Liz Stuart (2000–) ) Sniffles is a blue-gray male anteater who is one of the most intelligent characters in the series. He's the second character without a heart nose and a pair of buckteeth. He usually likes reading and doing science and math problems. To reinforce the 'nerd' image that Sniffles exudes, he is seen dressed up as a Star Trek character (probably Spock, the Vulcan ears being the giveaway) in "Remains to be Seen" and also carries pens in a pocket protector on his chest.
Sniffles' IQ has proved to be extremely high in both the Internet and TV series.(Voiced by Aubrey Ankrum (2000–) ) Pop is a brown male bear with a red beret. Some people refer to him as the stereotypically clueless, bathrobe-wearing, pipe-smoking 1950s style sitcom father. He never appeared in any episode without Cub excluding his BBQ smoochie. His son Cub often dies as a result of both his attention and inattention - although it's clear that he loves him. In the web series he usually didn't know of his son's deaths, but he is more aware of them in the TV series. He isn't very bright (like in Easy For You To Sleigh, he pulled the fire detector off and later on killed himself and Cub because of the smoke) and when he tries to save his son, he often kills him and sometimes himself, too. The only time Pop killed Cub intentionally was in the episode Read 'em and Weep, because Cub was possessed by a demon, forcing Pop to kill him (despite the fact that Lumpy had already exorcised the demon from Cub). In both the Internet shorts and the TV series, he survives almost every episode he appears in. Most of his deaths involve fire.
Pop does not appear in any episodes without his son. He originally was going to appear in Happy Trails Part 2: Jumping the Shark, but many considered it weird for Pop to kill Flaky. Instead Flippy took his place. However, Pop becomes more prominent in the TV shows.
Pop is one of the few characters in the show who has a much more intelligible way of speaking. He almost speaks clear words in some of the episodes he appears in. As in "Water way to go" when cub is trapped in sand and drowning Pop called out to him and he could clearly be heard saying "Hold on, son! I'm coming!". He can even read a book with an understanding vocabulary.
There is evidence in the recent episode "Can't Stop Coffin" that Pop may very well be a widower, due to the fact that in their cameo in the episode, he and Cub are seen mourning at a gravestone which probably belongs to his dead wife.


(Voiced by Dana Belben (2000–2005) Ellen Connell (2005–)) Cub is a brown male bear, who is the son of Pop. He has the appearance and personality of a baby but the intelligence and mobility of a young child. He's the youngest and smallest character of the Happy Tree Friends and his eyes are unlike those of the other characters, giving him a more adorable appearance than the other characters, but he does die and get injured a lot.
He has appeared and died much more in the series than his father. And usually his deaths are a result of Pop's bad parenting, even though Pop clearly cares about him. If his father's not paying attention to him, he will often be seen wandering around operating machines by himself or carelessly drifting into death-introducing hazards, such as the time Cub was sucking on an electric razor as if it were a pacifier, soon ending with Pop plugging it back in, much to Cubs despair. Cub is usually killed by machinery or outdoor tools.
Cub rarely survives in the series and his deaths are usually very gruesome, painful, and ironic. The only episodes that Cub didn't die in along with Pop are Out of Sight, Out of Mime(Only on the DVD), Don't Yank My Chain, See What Develops and Just Desert. And the ones without Pop, he also survived in Rink Hijinks, I Get a Trick Out of You, and Just Desert. Also, the episodes where Cub survived but was injured were A Hole Lotta Love and A Sucker for Love (both parts). Both of these were with Pop.


The Mole is a blind lavender male mole with dark glasses. He wears a purple turtleneck. Like Mime and Cro-Marmot, he doesn't speak. Not only is he blind, but he's mute as well. He is not deaf, though he does have hearing problems, as seen in "Party Animal". Disaster follows his blind bumbling. He seems to love stuffed animals. His actions and character are that much like those of Mr. Magoo. In several instances, he is seen using another HTF character's severed head as if it were something else. He doesn't appear to have his driver's license revoked, since he has been seen driving. His driving abilitys are clearly not good or safe for his surrondings, but he is actually seen stopping at a red light and honking at Splendid's laser beam in "Gems the Breaks".
According to the commentary for Pitchin' Impossible, the Mole was originally supposed to be a James Bond-like secret agent with all kinds of spy gadgets around him but it was removed when the series was created. It wasn't until the episode, Mole in the City, that his secret agent identity was explored. He also has an arch-nemesis known as The Rat, most likely because they both have careers in industrial espionage.
A running gag in the series is The Mole doing things that require vision such as reading a magazine or lighting a match to see in the dark. He usually has jobs that require good vision which, in most episodes, leads up to his and other characters deaths (Lumpy and Handy in particular). According to the commentary for Concrete Solution the writers do this just because they need something bad to happen and Mole (along with Lumpy) is basically the worst person for almost any job. If they need the story to move normally, is usually one of the other characters who does the job.
In the web shorts, The Mole rarely dies, and usually causes harm to the other HTF due to his blindness. In the TV series, he dies a lot more often, but he still survives a lot of episodes. His deaths usually involve either his head or loss of body parts. On his face, the mole actually has a mole.

Disco Bear

(Voiced by Francis Carr (2006–)) Russel is a light blue male sea otter with typical pirate accessories like a Jolly Roger's hat, a striped red/white shirt, a hook, an eyepatch and two wooden peglegs. He enjoys fishing, sailing and eating seafood, one of his animal instincts, especially mussels, which was why he was named Russell. He also likes kite flying and even runs his own fast-food restaurant (Mime to Five). Some fans mistook Russell for a cat because of his whiskers and his appetite for fish, but he's really a sea otter. His hook started off on his left hand, but later on, it is on the right hand for the rest of the series. Russell's initial character design depicted him with a five o'clock shadow, though since his early appearances, it seems as though he shaves regularly. He stopped having a five o'clock shadow since Get Whale Soon. Typically, his vocabulary consists only of "Yar", making him one of the most hard to understand chrecters. Though in the episode Get Whale Soon, he also says things like 'Aha!' and 'Huh?' In the episode A Sight for Sore Eyes, he was heard apologizing to the Mole after he accidentally bumped into him. Although his speech was still mumbled a bit.
Sometimes, when put in a scary or violent situation, Russell will go insane and start laughing in a crazy manner. His eye turns gray, as seen in Get Whale Soon, and while insane, Russell looks somewhat similar to "flipped-out" Flippy. Because Russell spends most of his time in the water, he is rarely seen with the other characters, though he does appear in a few episodes with Lumpy. Nowadays, though, he seems to appear with all the others as well. His deaths usually involve getting impaled.
From the episode, Sea What I Found, when Russell woke up and went to his closet to change his peglegs, it is evident that his legs are partially amputated. He is the second character to wear pants, and the second after Handy to have amputated limbs. Also, he's the fourth (& final) character without visible ears as seen in his Internet shorts introduction when he took his hat off for a few seconds. Russell wears a stripy undershirt when he goes to sleep. He lives in a big pirate ship shaped treehouse and sleeps on a hammock.

Lifty & Shifty

Cro-Marmot is a prehistoric green male marmot frozen in a block of ice. He is somehow able to perform many tasks offscreen while entirely encased in ice, such as throwing snowballs, somewhat akin to how Handy can perform construction and other tasks without any visible hands. To keep himself frozen, Cro-Marmot stays mainly in cold areas, and sometimes drives an ice cream truck. He lives in a giant snow globe, or rather a small igloo inside a giant snow globe. His hobbies include serving people ice cream, snowboarding, and surfing. He rarely dies in the series, (he dies in Dino-Sore Days, Class Act, and possibly From Hero to Eternity) the reason being that the ice he's usually encased in protects him from disaster, thereby rendering him almost invulnerable to most unfortunate events. Also, most of his "deaths" are debatable. The only episode in which he is not frozen is Dino-Sore Days, as that episode occurred during the prehistoric times when he was unfrozen. In Dino-Sore Days, he appeared as a black-and-white character similar to the classic Mickey Mouse cartoon; with white gloves, shoes and black limbs, bigger nose, and longer ears. In the opening of the irregular episode, it states that it was copyrighted in the year 1927. Cro-Marmot usually appears in the series as a background character, and has hardly any showcase appearances, but has been marked his first appearance bigger than a cameo since Snow What? That What! and Dino-Sore Days (either could be considered accurate) and in the episode, Wipe Out. In a featurette of the Second Serving DVD, he was interviewed, and it was revealed he's an accomplished writer, painter, and pianist, and he has his own brand of foot powder, known for his loud antics and energetic performances, and has been called the "sexiest Happy Tree Friend" in 1992. However, since the interviewer was unable to get any responses out of Cro-Marmot, she got into a violent rant with the creators.
Cro-Marmot is the second character to have a full head of hair besides Disco Bear. Also, besides Lumpy and Sniffles, he is the third character in the series without a set of buckteeth, with just one tooth on the bottom part of his jaw. The first part of his name is depicted from the word, Cro-Magnon.
Even though he only made a cameo in the episode, Tongue Twister Trouble, it was actually his official debut in the series. It also makes him the only HTF character to have a debut episode where he wasn't a starring character.


((Voiced by Aubrey Ankrum (2000–) and Kenn Navarro *Good Flippy* (2000–) ))
Flippy is a green Male bear with dog tags and a green beret with checkered crest. There is evidence to suggest that he fought in the Vietnam War, particularly his obsession with making booby traps inspired by the Viet Cong, as well as a flashback of his experience of being held captive by them (as seen in Easy for You to Sleigh). In addition, his attire seems to resemble to the U.S. Army Special Forces, which played a role during the Vietnam War. According to writer Warren Graff, Flippy is mostly based on John Rambo. Flippy rarely appears in the series, most likely due to his repetitive behavior in most of the episodes in which he appears.
Flippy has a severe case of post traumatic stress disorder. Whenever he sees or hears something that reminds him of war (e.g., gunshot-like sounds or crackling campfires), he goes insane and kills everyone around him, believing that he is still in war. While insane, several physical features about him change: his eyes turn a different color, usually green or yellow, his voice changes from high and cute to low and evil, and his teeth become sharp. In the early Internet shorts, his teeth became crooked.
Although Flippy can be the most cruel and dangerous character in Happy Tree Friends, his good side is considered to be one of the most sociable and kindest of characters. This is proven in several episodes where he is seen doing social activities with some of the other characters such as going to the movies and playing hide and seek. In most of the episodes where he appears, he is shown as a friendly and social before he goes crazy, or should many people say "flipping-out." Also, you can see that when he "flips-out", he does not remember the bloody rampage that follows. However, in Double Whammy, (and possibly starting from Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow when he resists his evil side for the first time) he finally realizes his problem and goes to Lumpy the psychiatrist for answers.
It has been announced that Flippy will be one of the six playable characters in the XBOX 360 video game, Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm.


(Voiced by Rhode Montijo (2000–2004) and David Winn (2006–)) Splendid is a pale blue superhero male flying squirrel. He is largely based on Superman; he can fly (though most likely solely due to his wings), shoot laser beams from his eyes, has super strength, supersonic hearing, can turn back time and can breathe ice. He is often seen doing housework until he hears a character that needs to be rescued. His appearance is somewhat based on Rocky J. Squirrel from Rocky & Bullwinkle. Toothy is a great admirer of him, he even dressed up like him for halloween.
The irony of Splendid being a superhero is that he often unintentionally kills the characters he rescues (Giggles in particular). This is usually either because of his ignorance or his own powers. Most of the time, he is oblivious to the other characters' deaths. He often flies away without checking to see if the other characters are actually safe, with the exception of the episode Helping Helps. However, in Gems the Breaks, he purposely killed 4 characters (The Mole, Handy, Lifty & Shifty). In From Hero to Eternity he killed, or caused to die, every character, with the exception of Disco Bear, Mime, Pop, and Flippy. He believes that being a superhero is a pain in the neck.
Splendid isn't featured in either the TV or Internet series a whole lot due to his repetitive trend of killing the characters he rescues. Whenever he appears, he is usually the character the episode revolves around with the exception of Class Act.
Some think that Splendid did not die in the Internet shorts. This all depends on whether or not the fans assume that Splendid was killed in the schoolhouse explosion in Class Act, but the creators say that every character has surely died, either in the school explosion, or the forest fire that would be caused (you can see Splendid fly in when everyone is hurt outside.) His only confirmed death was in one of the TV episodes where he was overexposed to his one and only superhero weakness: Kryptonut, it looks like a green glowing acorn, except it's made out of rock - a reference to Superman's Kryptonite weakness. Not only will the Kryptonut make him lose his powers, but it'll also make him vomit continuously and give him the stomach flu. Because of this, it is unlikely that Splendid will die again, unless Kryptonut is featured again.

Other characters

Buddhist Monkey

Voiced By Jeff Biancalana
A special character that starred in his own special episodes. First one was "Enter the Garden", and he was featured a second time in "Books of Fury". If you watch closely on Blind Date, the movie being played is "Books of Fury", in "Rink Hijinks" there was a picture of him on a crane machine, and in "Keepin' it Reel" he was on a movie screen once again. He is the only star-characters that never died. He seems to be a fictional character within the Happy Tree Friends World. His name is inspired of "Buddhist monk", and he is a monkey. Buddhist Monkey was originally supposed to be a HTF main character, but the creators thought he didn't fit. Instead of getting rid of him they decided to give him his own show. "Enter the Garden" and "Books of Fury" are two of of the nine irregular episodes.

Other characters

  • Generic Tree Friends — Used en masse when needed, for example, in a large audience. They are also occasionally killed en masse. Generic Tree Friends are not coloured the usual colours; they are all black-mysterical coloured but their eyes, nose, and mouth are shown. Some of them look like a darker version of Toothy.
  • Pig Child — The final character to appear in "Mole and the City".
  • Giggles's Mom — Appearing only in the episode "Helping Helps". she is voiced by Dana Belben.
  • Panda Mom — She and her child may only appear in the episode "Books of Fury".
  • Old Prehistoric Sniffles — This prehistoric anteater appears in the episode "Blast from the Past". He is voiced by Liz Stuart.
  • The Narrator — A narrator that gives instructions to Lumpy in the training video Ski Patrol. He was voiced by Mark Giambruno.
  • The Elephant — The Elephant is shown as Lumpy's pet in which it is stolen by Lifty and Shifty.
  • Fall Out Boy — The band members appeared in the music video for The Carpal Tunnel of Love.


There are some evil characters in the Happy Tree Friends world. Almost all of them are involved in killing somebody.

Cursed Idol

A mayan statue which brings death and bad luck. When it appears, everyone who is near the statue dies brutally. This idol is based on the golden fertility idol in Raiders of the Lost Ark. It features in the episodes "Treasure Those Idol Moments", "Hello Dolly", and "Idol Curiosity". It appears as a prop in many other episodes such as "Crazy Antics", "Happy Trails", "Milkin' it", "Class Act", "Ipso Fatso", "Who's to Flame?" and "Every Litter Bit Hurts".

The Rat

He has appeared only in the episode "Mole in the City".

Generic Tree Ninjas

A special group of Generic Tree Friends from Japan, who terrorize the sacred places where Buddhist Monkey lives. These dark ninja are exclusive to the Buddhist Monkey episodes (excluding the episode "Keepin' it Reel" where the ninjas appear on a movie screen), both of which have recently been shown online. In "Enter The Garden", the ninja wear green outfits with a leaf on their chest, while in "Books of Fury", they wear red outifts with an open book on their chest.


The Demon Cub was possessed by in "Read Em and Weep". It was summoned when Pop read a satanic book.


  • The Ants, an ant family — They are voiced by Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff and Ken Pontac. Whenever they appear in an episode, it often involves Sniffles trying to eat them, only to be tortured and killed in the most sadistic manners.
  • Mittens/Honey — The reason this character has two names is that the crew, thus far, haven't really decided between the two as to which the kitty's name is. She appears in the episodes "A Sight For Sore Eyes", "Out of Sight, Out of Mime", "Blind Date", "Tongue Twister Trouble", "Junk in the Trunk", "Who's To Flame" and "Doggone It."
  • The Cow — A cow that appears in "Milkin' It". The cow also appears in "The Way You make Me Wheel", "Dunce Upon A Time", and "Aw, Shucks!".
  • Frog — The frog was killed by The Mole in "Every Litter Bit Hurts."
  • The Grizzly Bear — A grizzly bear that appeared in "Take A Hike". He is voiced by Kenn Navarro.
  • Whistle — A dog that appears in "Doggone It" and a dog that looks similar to it in "A Sight For Sore Eyes" and "Junk in the Trunk".He is normally a nice good dog but when he hears a whistle he becomes hyper aggressive. Whistle is based on writer Ken Pontac's dog with the same name who's barks were recorded for this episode. Whistle also appears in "Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow"
  • The Woodpecker — A woodpecker that was seen getting killed by Flippy in "Hide and Seek" by his bowie knife. It would make another appearance in "Eye Candy". Makes a cameo at the beginning of "Eyes Cold Lemonade".
  • The Snail — The Snail was killed by Lumpy in "Every Litter Bit Hurts". It also appears in "A Sight for sore Eyes".
  • The Turtle — It appears in "Junk in the Trunk", "A Sight For Sore Eyes", "Blast From the Past" and "Letter Late Than Never".
  • The Seagulls — They eat the guts of the Happy tree Friends. Featured in the episodes "Wipe Out!", "Better Off Bread", "Sea what I found" and "Water Way To Go".
  • The Whale — The Whale Has been shown in 2 episodes " A Change Of Heart ",When the Whale is seen dead, and Handy is lying on the whale dead. The Whale also appears in Get Whale Soon as the whale that eats Lumpy and Russell, that after Russell escapes it he dies and then gets re-eaten.
  • The Vultures - The Vultures appeared in "Just Desert"
flaky in Spanish: Personajes de Happy Tree Friends
flaky in Italian: Personaggi di Happy Tree Friends
flaky in Chinese: Happy Tree Friends中的角色列表

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

abnormal, anomalous, apish, arbitrary, asinine, asperous, balmy, bananas, barmy, bats, batty, beany, befooled, beguiled, besotted, bonkers, brainless, branny, buffoonish, buggy, bughouse, bugs, capricious, chalklike, chalky, cockeyed, comminute, comminuted, crackers, crank, crankish, cranky, crazy, credulous, crotchety, crushed, cuckoo, daffy, daft, dazed, detrital, detrited, deviant, deviative, different, dippy, disintegrated, divergent, dizzy, doting, dotty, dumb, dusty, eccentric, efflorescent, erratic, exceptional, fanciful, fantasied, fantastic, farinaceous, fatuitous, fatuous, fey, fine, flipped, flocculent, floury, fond, fool, foolheaded, foolish, freaked-out, freakish, fruitcakey, fruity, fuddled, funny, furfuraceous, futile, gaga, gone to dust, goofy, grated, ground, gulled, harebrained, haywire, humorsome, idiocratic, idiosyncratic, idiotic, imbecile, impalpable, inane, inept, infatuated, insane, irregular, just plain nuts, kinky, kooky, lentiginous, lepidote, levigated, loony, loopy, mad, maggoty, maudlin, mealy, milled, moody, moronic, motiveless, notional, nuts, nutty, odd, oddball, off the hinges, off the track, off the wall, peculiar, pestled, petulant, potty, powdered, powdery, pulverant, pulverized, pulverulent, queer, quirky, reduced to powder, round the bend, sappy, scabby, scabious, scabrous, scaly, scobicular, scobiform, screwball, screwballs, screwy, scurfy, senseless, sentimental, sharded, shredded, silly, singular, slaphappy, squamous, strange, stupid, temperamental, thoughtless, triturated, twisted, unconventional, unnatural, unreasonable, unrestrained, vagarious, vagrant, wacky, wanton, wayward, wet, whimsical, witless
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