Sylvester J. Pussycat and Tweety Bird (both originally voiced by Mel Blanc and currently voiced by Jeff Bergman) are two of the most popular characters from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons, as well as two key members of the Bugs and Daffy's Adventures team. Although each made 3 appearances before their inevitable 1947 team-up (Tweety-barenaked, might I add-in 3 Bob Clampett cartoons, and Sylvester in 2 Friz Freleng cartoons and one Clampett cartoon), the first time they were paired up set the tone for the rest of their many appearances. Sylvester, perpetually hungry for various reasons (alley cat, no food in the house, cats will be cats), tries to grab Tweety, fails, and is either badly maimed through his own elaborate plots that Tweety usually destroys or is beaten up by a bulldog (sometimes only one, simply named Hector, and sometimes, as in the case of Ain't She Tweet and Dog Pounded, a whole bunch of them) or Tweety's mistress Granny.
The duo won two Academy Awards for their cartoons (including that first team-up, Tweetie Pie, and 1957's Birds Annonymous) and Sylvester won one solo (1955's Speedy Gonzales).
- Sylvester and Tweety make appearances in Jaden finds out Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
- In SuperJNG18's opinion, Sylvester doesn't deserve all the punishments he gets.
- Tweety and Sylvester first appear in Bugs and Daffy's Adventures of The Lion King.