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Bonkers D. Bobcat
Background information
Feature films
Short films
Television programs Raw Toonage
Aladdin (cameo)
Video games Bonkers
Park attractions Mickey's Magical TV World
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Jim Cummings
Performance model
Inspiration Roger Rabbit
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names Trailmix (in its episode "Fistful of Anvils")
Personality Resourceful, honest, childlike, humble yet proud, furry, manic, hyperactive, innocent, enthusiastic, ultra-emotional, impulsive, positive, assertive, naive, zany, buffoon-ish, hardly the brightest cop in the station
Appearance Slender anthropomorphic bobcat, orange fur, fuzzy Tigger-like tail, black/brown spots, red nose, blonde hair, clad in police uniform (or a green sweater when not on duty), white opera gloves
Occupation Wackytoons Studios actor (formerly)
Police officer/detective
Alignment Good
Goal To solve crimes with Lucky (later Miranda)
Home Toontown
Allies His boss Lucky Piquel (formerly; after he leaves for Washington, D.C. to become an FBI agent), his new boss/best friend Miranda Wright, his girlfriend Fawn Deer, Jitters A. Dog, Fall-Apart Rabbit, Toots, Mad Hatter, March Hare, Sgt. Frank Grating, Chief Leonard Kanifky, Marilyn Piquel, Mickey Mouse (#1 idol), Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Donald Duck (#2 idol), Goofy, Roger Rabbit, Benny the Cab, Toons
Enemies Grumbles the Grizzly, The Collector, Mr. Doodles, Lillith DuPrave, Al Vermin, The 3 Big Pigs, Ma Parker, Wooly and Bully, Baabara (formerly), Dr. Blade and Helga, Holio Kalimari, Flaps the Elephant
Likes Gags, friends, justice, making everybody laugh, cereal prizes, reading the tabloid, watching cartoons
Dislikes Crime, evil, chaos, bad guys, no cereal prizes, being on everybody's bad side
Powers and abilities Strength
Practical immortality
Weapons Gags, resourcefulness
Quote "Toons don't do 'normally' things. Makes us so much more adorable."
"Tr-rr-rust me!"

Bonkers D. Bobcat is the protagonist of Disney's 1993-95 animated television series Bonkers. Originally featured on Raw Toonage, he is a former star for cartoon shorts at Wackytoon Studios, an overly energetic and hyperactive, out-of-work, and as Toon Bobcat who works in the Toon Division of the Hollywood PD.



Bonkers mostly has the same personality as Roger Rabbit just as both go crazy in Toontown, AND out of Toontown. Bonkers is not the brightest or the most thinking cop in the station.

Physical appearance

Bonkers' design evolution

The evolution of Bonkers' design.

As suggested by his surname, Bonkers is an anthropomorphic spotted orange bobcat with a red nose. In the Raw Toonage shorts, he was typically dressed in a green sweater. In the Bonkers series, his design is noticeably different between the two different sets of episodes. In the Raw Toonage shorts and the Miranda Wright episodes, Bonkers has large-knobbed ears and a spotted tail with a white tip, he is shown to have blue eyes, and the spots on his fur are colored brown. In the Lucky Piquel episodes, his ears are smaller, his spots and eye pupils are black (though they are shown to be blue again throughout "New Partners on the Block"), and his tail is striped, somewhat resembling Tigger's. In addition, his police uniform is different as well; in the Miranda episodes, Bonkers wears a smaller police cap with a different-looking badge than the one in the Lucky episodes, and most noticeably, the uniform is in two different shades of blue as opposed to the single shade of blue it was colored in the Lucky episodes.



Once a big star for a series of cartoons known as "He's Bonkers!" at Wackytoons Studios, Bonkers was a knobby-eared, Toon bobcat who was in love with his leading lady, Fawn Deer. He was almost never without his trusty companion, Jitters A. Dog, and usually facing the threats of his arch-rival, Grumbles the Grizzly. Behind the scenes, his other friends included: Fall-Apart Rabbit (who served as his stunt-double), the Mad Hatter and March Hare (who served as his makeup artists), and his pet dog/horn, Toots.

Sadly, however, Bonkers was fired due to his show being bumped out of first place in ratings. He was then introduced to law enforcement when he unknowingly saved cartoon celebrity Donald Duck from a dangerous park mugger, mostly due to the help of officer Lucky Piquel, and was given full credit for the mugger's capture. For his actions, he was given the Citizen of Valor award by the Chief of Police, Leonard Kanifky. Bonkers, while soaking in the praise, told the chief of his experiences starring in a cop cartoon series which helped in the capture of the mugger. Chief Kanifky believed his story, taking it for granted, thinking that Bonkers would be a benefit to the police force, and asked if the Toon would like a job working for the Hollywood PD, which Bonkers accepted. Bonkers then requested Lucky Piquel as his partner. However, meantime, all of Bonkers' old Toon friends mysteriously began disappearing, being kidnapped and brought into the hands of the evil "Collector". After solving the case, Bonkers' boss, W.W. Wacky, was impressed and offered Bonkers his job back, but Bonkers refused, stating that he wanted to stay with Lucky, and thus, the Toon Division began.

After the rescue and many other strange cases with Bonkers, Lucky moved to Washington, D.C. in order to become an FBI agent. Bonkers later worked alongside the police officers Miranda Wright and Sergeant Grating, still remaining under Chief Leonard Kanifky.

Disney Parks

Bonkers made regular appearances at Disneyland and Walt Disney World between 1993 and 1996, most notably starring in the Disney Afternoon stage show at Mickey's Starland in 1993 through 1996. Bonkers has not been seen in the Disney Parks for many years after the initial airing of his show and the Disney Afternoon and is currently retired.


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Heroes: Bonkers D. Bobcat | Fall-Apart Rabbit | Leonard Kanifky | Francine Kanifky | Fawn Deer | Skunky Skunk | W.W. Wacky | Ludwig Von Drake | Mad Hatter | March Hare | Toots | Harry Handbag | The Mean Old Wolf | Jitters A. Dog | Slap, Sniffle and Plop | Charlie Pig | Maggie Toon | Alto | Mac the Bass | Pops Clock | Roderick Lizzard | Tuttle Turtle | Tanya Trunk | Tiny | Linda Quipps | Sgt. Frank Grating | Bucky Buzzsaw | Smarts | Grumbles Grizzly | Rita | Broderick the Radio | Police Light | Scribble
The Wrights: Miranda Wright | Shirley Wright | Timmy Wright
The Piquels: Lucky Piquel | Dilandra Piquel | Marilyn Piquel
Villains: The Collector | Mr. Doodles | Ma Parker | Wooly and Bully | Flaps the Elephant | Chick and Stu | Wacky Weasel | Wolf | Baabara | Mikey Muffin | Dr. Blade | Helga | Pitts | Mr. Malone and the Ape | Holio Kalimari | Scatter Squirrel | Katya Legs-go-on-a-lot | Turbo, Banshee and Kapow | Mammoth Mammoth | Crunchy | Lilith DuPrave | Warris and Donald | Hoagie, Knuckles, and Chumps | Toon Pencil | Weather Toons | Mole | Al Vermin | Seymour Sleazebottom and Limo | Wild Man Wyatt | Louse A. Nominous | Squash and Stretch | The Rat | T.J. Finger | Gloomy the Clown | Giggles the Frog | Mr. Blackbenblue | Two-Bits | Mr. Big | Z-Bot
Cameos: Mickey Mouse | Donald Duck | Goofy | Pete | Dumbo | Hyacinth Hippo | Ben Ali Gator | Tyrannosaurus Rex | Chernaborg | Honest John and Gideon | Monstro | Br'er Bear | Lady | Tramp | The Doorknob | Big Bad Wolf | Jasper and Horace | Marsupilami | Darkwing Duck | Shere Khan | Greasy | Ferdinand the Bull


Toontown | Hollywood | Rubber Room Toon Club | Wackytoon Studios


Raw Toonage shorts and compilations: "Petal to the Metal" | "Spatula Party" | "Sheerluck Bonkers" | "Bonkers in Space" | "Draining Cats and Dogs" | "Get Me to the Church on Time" | "Ski Patrol" | "Get Me a Pizza (Hold the Minefield)" | "Dogzapoppin'" | "Trailmix Bonkers" | "Quest for Firewood" | "Gobble Gobble Bonkers" | "The Rubber Room Song" | "O Cartoon! My Cartoon!" | "If" | "Goldijitters and the 3 Bobcats"
Lucky Piquel episodes: "Going Bonkers" | "In the Bag" | "Is Toon Fur Really Warm?" | "The Cheap Sheep Sweep" | "Calling All Cars" | "Hear No Bonkers, See No Bonkers" | "Tune Pig" | "Fall Apart Bomb Squad" | "Out of Sight, Out of Toon" | "Basic Spraining" | "Hamster Houseguest" | "I Oughta Be in Toons" | "Color Me Piquel" | "Once in a Blue Toon" | "In Toons We Trust" | "The Final Review" | "Luna-Toons" | "The Day the Toon Stood Still" | "Fall Apart Land" | "A Wooly Bully" | "Weather or Not" | "Stay Tooned" | "Hand Over the Dough" | "The Dimming" | "Imagine That" | "The Good, the Bad, & the Kanifky" | "Stand-In Dad" | "Never Cry Pig" | "Cereal Surreal" | "Time Wounds All Heels" | "Poltertoon" | "The Greatest Story Never Told" | "Toon with No Name" | "Frame That Toon" | "Seems Like Old Toons" | "Stressed to Kill" | "Get Wacky" | "A Fine Kettle of Toons" | "Comeback Kid" | "Miracle at the 34th Precinct" | "New Partners on the Block"
Miranda Wright episodes: "Love Stuck" | "Witless for the Prosecution" | "The Stork Exchange" | "Toon for a Day" | "Trains, Toons and Toon Trains" | "Of Mice and Menace" | "Tokyo Bonkers" | "Springtime for the Iguana" | "The Toon That Ate Hollywood" | "Dog Day AfterToon" | "Quibbling Rivalry" | "The 29th Page" | "Do Toons Dream of Animated Sheep?" | "Fistful of Anvils" | "What You Read Is What You Get" | "CasaBonkers" | "Cartoon Cornered" | "When the Spirit Moves You" | "Bobcat Fever"


Let's Go Bonkers! | The Rubber Room Song


Darkwing Duck | Raw Toonage | Goof Troop | Who Framed Roger Rabbit | The Disney Afternoon

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