Toodles Galore is a character in the Tom and Jerry series. She has white fur, wears a neck ribbon, and is considered attractive by other characters.

Prior to her debut in the Tom and Jerry short Springtime for Thomas (1946), a white female cat resembling a prototype version of Toodles previously appeared (alongside a black alley cat resembling a prototype version of Butch) in the one-shot MGM cartoon The Alley Cat (1941) directed by Hugh Harman. A character model sheet for the short refers to her as "The Lady Cat".[1]

Toodles is the first of many female cats that Tom falls for over the course of the series, and is the most recurring of all of Tom's love interests. She does not speak and rarely moves about. Toodles is also the love interest of Butch, and sometimes he and Tom both fight over her.


Original Shorts

(Blue Cat Blues features a female white cat who is interested in riches and intimate tomcats, but she is not Toodles.)

MGM one-shots

Tom and Jerry Tales

Season 1

Season 2

The Tom and Jerry Show (2014)

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Film Appearances

Video Game Appearances




Tom is Toodles' boyfriend.


Butch fell in love with Toodles.


Toodles is apparently open with any kind of relationship. Even with non-cats. In Casanova Cat, Jerry kissed Toodles on the cheek, which had her take an interest in him. At the end, a car drove off with Toodles and Jerry, and they shared a passionate kiss in the back seat.


They meet in Solid Serenade and apparently live together.




Main article: Toodles Galore/Gallery


  • In The Tom and Jerry Show (2014), her appearance and attitude is shown differently and she is heard speaking for the first time except Tap Cat.
  • Her appearance and attitude in the series is equal to that of Toots, another cat that appeared in the original short films of Tom and Jerry.
  • She's currently voiced by Jodi Benson who voiced Ariel from Disney's The Little Mermaid.


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