List of fictional mustelids

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The following list of fictional mustelids is subsidiary to the list of fictional animals. This list is limited solely to notable non-badger and non-raccoon characters that appear in works of fiction and that are in the musteloidea superfamily of mammals. This includes weasels, ferrets, minks, otters, martens, and skunks.

All fictional badgers are found within the list of fictional badgers.

Fictional raccoons are found in the List of fictional raccoons.

If a character appears in more than one medium, sort under the primary one. Thus, despite occasional appearances in licensed video games, Pepé Le Pew is listed under the list of fictional mustelids in animation.


Name Type Work Notes
Buttercup Skunk Bambi's Children One of Flower's daughters in the 1940s Disney comic book adaptation of the book by the same name.[1]
Fungo Squiggly Ferret Get Fuzzy The ferret antagonist.
Geoffrey St. John Skunk Sonic the Hedgehog A skunk that served as an agent on the Royal Secret Service. He falls in love with Hershey and they marry during Sonic's return to space. Eventually Geoffrey starts working alongside the Ixis Wizard, Naugus. Never existed in the rebooted retconned history of Mobius (after #252)
Gwenneth Skunk Kevin and Kell One of twenty skunks, adopted children of antagonists R. L. and Angelique.
Kiki Ferret Sluggy Freelance One of the main cast members
Martin "Marty" Miller Skunk Circles He is the youngest of the six main characters and is introduced to the others at the beginning of the story. He becomes Taye's boyfriend and is also an audience surrogate.
Miss Mam'selle Hepzibah Skunk Pogo Originally Porky Pine's love interest; typically kept a French(ish) accent distinct from the others'.
Primrose Skunk Bambi's Children One of Flower's daughters in the 1940s Disney comic book adaptation of the book by the same name.[1]
Sissi Skunk Skunk The Abominable Charles Christopher An entrepreneur and magnate from the webcomic by Karl Kerschl
Weather Weasel Weasel Just'a Lotta Animals Weasel version of Weather Wizard.
Rappy Otter Rappy the River Otter Protagonist of the Web comic Rappy the River Otter[2]



Name Type Work Notes
Bagley Brown, Jr. Weasel The Wainscott Weasel by Tor Seidler The title character
Betty Skunk Brian's Winter by Gary Paulsen Skunk whom Brian developed an acquaintance with.
The Barron long-tailed weasel My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George One of several animals that the main character Sam Gribley befriends.
Flash Otter The Odyssey of an Otter' A young otter who is separated from his family and captured by a trapper, before escaping and embarking on a series of adventures in his attempt to get home.
Gwin & Jink European pine martens Inkheart trilogy by Cornelia Funke Marten companion to Dustfinger, a traveling fire-dancer. Generally known to jump through flaming hoops for money, and general mischief. In the later books is joined by Jink, another pine marten loyal to Dustfinger. Both are noted as having prominent little horns behind their ears, and squabbling for the master's attention. In the film adaptation, Gwin was changed to a ferret.
Kine Least weasel The Kine Saga A proud, aggressive young weasel. Known as an impetuous braggart, he has few friends until fiery Kia wins his love.
Lottie Otter Return to the Hundred Acre Wood by David Benedictus A "feisty" character who is also good at cricket and insists on proper etiquette. She wears a pearl necklace and can play the mouth organ, but is a little snide and snobby in her remarks. She makes her home in a wooden trunk filled with water that she calls Fortitude Hall.
Lute Otter Shaman by Sandra Miesel A talking otter character. The otter people are in a side universe the protagonist visits, but it becomes one of the best she can access. The otters and company are core to this story.
Mudge Otter Spellsinger An anthropomorphic otter with a thick Cockney accent, a womanizer, a thief and a gambler who is the best friend and traveling companion of Jonathan Thomas Meriweather.
Otter Otter Franklin A dark brown northern river otter who was once Franklin's best friend. She moves away in a story shown early in the program's first season. Otter comes for a visit in the second season, but the reunion is bittersweet, with the village not remaining the same as Otter remembered it. Otter was voiced by Sophie Lang in the first season of the show. Her return visit was voiced by Marieve Herington.
Sweeting (and two other wild otters, not named) Otter The Demon Breed by James H. Schmitz A trio of sidekicks for the main character, augmenting her abilities with their own.
Tarka Otter Tarka the Otter
Willy the Weasel Weasel Tufty Club by ROSPA Accident prone sidekick of the perfectly road-savvy title character
Sylver Weasel Welkin Weasels by Garry Kilworth A series of 6 novels which feature Sylver and his motley band of outlaw weasels
Vison Mink Vison, the Mink (American Woodland Tales) by Jean Craighead George Vison the mink, the bully of his litter, strikes out on his own after the sudden death of his mother
Franta Skunk Astronautilia by Jan Křesadlo Franta is a creature resembling a skunk, but made entirely of brain tissue; he is the author of the science-fiction Homeric Greek epic poem about space travel of captain Udeis.

Video games

Name Type Work Platform(s) Notes
Daxter Ottsel Jak and Daxter PlayStation 2 Jak's best friend, who got accidentally transformed into a half otter, half weasel creature called an Ottsel.
Otto Otter Spyro: A Hero's Tail Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2 An otter surfer.
Pascal Otter Animal Crossing: Wild World Nintendo DS An otter philosopher.
Punky Skunk Punky Skunk PlayStation The protagonist, a fan of then-popular 'extreme' sports.
Spanx Long-tailed weasel Whiplash PlayStation 2, Xbox Chained to a rabbit named Redmond. They must work together to escape from a product testing machinery corporation.
Stink-Bomb Skunk Skylanders Swap-Force PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Wii A skunk that is a master of stink-fu. His catchphrase is "clear the air."
Mr. Weasel Weasel Rocket Weasel Android, Flash A weasel who runs a chicken-hunting school. He has to rescue the students after a field trip goes bad.


  1. 1 2 "GCD :: Issue :: Four Color #30". Retrieved 2012-02-20.
  2. "Rappy The River Otter". Rappy The River Otter. Retrieved 2016-01-12.
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