Cat, Dog & Co. - Cast


  • Bobby Hutchins as Wheezer
  • Joe Cobb as Joe
  • Allen Hoskins as Farina
  • Mary Ann Jackson as Mary Ann
  • Jean Darling as Jean
  • Donnie Smith as Beezer
  • Harry Spear as Harry
  • Pete the Pup as Pete
  • Hedda Hopper as President of the Be Kind to Animals Society
  • Chet Brandenburg as Taxi driver
  • Ray Cooke as Pedestrian
  • Clara Guiol as Pedestrian
  • Jack Hill as Pedestrian
  • John B. O'Brien as Fruit vendor
  • Bob Saunders as Trucker
  • Syd Saylor as Pedestrian
  • Dorothy Vernon as Pedestrian
  • Adele Watson as Lady who snitched
  • S. D. Wilcox as Officer

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