Snagglepuss (character)

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This article is about the character. For other uses, see Snagglepuss.
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Snagglepuss in "Feud for Thought".
Species: Mountain lion
Gender: Male
Affiliation: Mildew Wolf
Yogi's Gang
Yogi's Treasure Hunters
Father: Not mentioned
Mother: Not mentioned
Other relative(s): One cousin, Mr. Jinks[1]
First appearance: QDMG: "Lamb Chopped" (1959)
Played by: Daws Butler (1959-1988)
Greg Burson (1990-91)
Dana Snyder (2021)
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Snagglepuss' early design in "Snagglepuss".
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Snagglepuss is an anthropomorphic pink mountain lion and the title character in the Snagglepuss shorts of The Yogi Bear Show. He was voiced by Daws Butler.

Character description


Early years

Quick Draw takes on Snagglepuss

Snagglepuss is Snooper and Blabber's next case

The Doggies' household gets an unwelcome visitor

Pink years

Snagglepuss get's his own segment

Yogi's Birthday Party

Kellogg's Corn Flakes

Crossover Era

It's Yogi's Gang
Yogi's Ark Lark
Yogi's First Christmas
Yogi Bear's All Star Comedy Christmas Caper
Casper's First Christmas
Yogi's Great Escape
Yogi's Treasure Hunt
The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound
Celebrating another 50 years! 50 years of fun!
Fender Bender 500
Yo, Yogi!

Harvey Birdman

Wacky Races (2017) cameo

Snagglepuss in the Funny Books

Flintstones vist New York World's Fair
Snagglepuss Gets Serious


A comic of Snagglepuss appeared in a younger Shaggy's room.[2]



Main article: Snagglepuss (character)/Gallery

Toys and merchandise

Main article: Snagglepuss (character)/Toys

Behind the scenes

  • According to a 1982 calendar, he was born on September 30th.
  • In his first few appearances on The Quick Draw McGraw Show, he is depicted as more of an antagonist.
  • It is rumored by many that Snagglepuss could presumably be gay based on his flowery accent, his interest in theatrical and his lavender fur color, Joseph Barbera was in dental of the rumor, insisting that the character (and voice) were modeled after Bert Lahr and was indeed, not gay.


  1. ^ The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera: "Augie Doggie's Cheery Day" (1977).
  2. ^ SCOOB! (2020).