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Not to be confused with Huckle Bear.

Huckle Cat
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Huckle holding a tissue

Nickname

Huckle Cat

Gender

Male

Species

Cat

First Appeared

Richard Scarry's What Do People Do All Day

Relatives

Sally Cat (younger sister)
Father Cat (father)
Mother Cat (mother)
Captain Willy (uncle)
Aunty Pastry (aunt)
Aunt Olivia (aunt)
Lily Cat (cousin)
Kathy Cat (cousin)
Russ (cousin)
Grandma Cat (grandmother)

Allies

Lowly Worm
Arthur Pig
Betty Dog
Christine Beaver
David Raccoon
Edna Bunny
Freddie Fox
Glenda Goat
Iris Pig
Jimmy Bunny
Libby Leopard
Mary Mouse
Ned Alligator
Ole Owl
Olive Owl
Polly Pig
Quincy Cat
Ralphie Raccoon
Susie Tiger
Tom Wolf
Ursula Dog
Vincent Van Goat
Wilma Walrus
Xavier Mouse
Yolanda Yak
Zara Rabbit
Lily Bunny
Rhonda Raccoon
Ralph Pig
Gary Goat
Bruno Bear
Hilda Hippo
Sprout Goat
Lynnie Raccoon
Bridget Murphy
Billy Dog
Dennis Elephant
Patty Elephant
Bananas Gorilla
Ursula Pig
Marvin Mouse
Robbie Lion
Larry Lion
Pig Will
Pig Won't
Mr. Fixit

Huckle Cat is one of the main residents of Busytown and the main protagonist in many of the stories either being the center of the story or being a background character. He is 7 years old. He wears a yellow shirt with colorful lederhosen on which is a type of Swiss/German/Austrian clothing. He is a young cat who lives with his dad, his mom, a younger sister, and a worm. In Busytown Mysteries, he is 8 years old. In Richard Scarry's Best Silly Stories and Songs Video Ever and Richard Scarry's Best Sing-Along Mother Goose Video Ever, he is 10-12 years old. He was first appeared in Richard Scarry's What Do People Do All Day. He also appeared in other Richard Scarry books, Richard Scarry's Best Videos Ever, The Busy World of Richard Scarry and Busytown Mysteries.

Huckle is voiced by Sonja Ball and Joanne Vannicola in The Busy World of Richard Scarry and Busytown Mysteries, respectively.

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Trivia Edit

  • He is named after Richard Scarry's son, Huck Scarry.
  • On Arthur, another CINAR/Cookie Jar Production, in the episode "Attack of the Turbo Tibbles", when the Tibbles are flipping through the channels, they come across a parody of "The Busy World of Richard Scarry", which features a half cat/half bat based on Huckle and a half worm/half bat based on Lowly and Sonja Ball voices the Huckle parody here, just like she did in the original TV series.
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