Characters

Source: British Comedy Guide

Hamish (voiced by Ian Angus Wilkie) is a well-spoken red setter who considers himself to be something of an intellectual. He therefore feels highly frustrated by the company he keeps.  Hamish  often tries to control the chaos around him but if that fails he’s perfectly willing to lock himself in the deep freezer and come out in 600 years time.

Trevor (voiced by Andrew Barclay) is a grey bulldog who is best described as repulsive in terms of behavior. He constantly swears and tries to shag anything that moves (and anything that doesn’t move for that matter!) Trevor’s often found humping the furniture or reading hardcore canine pornography, while making himself sandwiches. His stomach is home to a pair of talkative tapeworms.

Davina (voiced by Sally Elsden) is a bitter Persian Blue cat. She suffers from a serious addiction to over-the-counter medication and strong anti-depressant drugs. Davina is often seen trying to flush unidentifiable blood-covered bags down the downstairs toilet. She has a boyfriend called Vince who lives abroad and keeps sending her unusual letters explaining his absence, while Davina mulls over how best to kill him on his return.

JP the Parrot (voiced by Petros Emanuel) lost his feathers in a card game. JP lives in a world of his own and his housemates often ask him, “Why are you so weird?”

JP is hopelessly in love with the cat, but his closest companion is his goldfish, which he refuses to acknowledge is dead. By the way, did we tell you that he likes to drink his own urine?

The Worms (voiced by Andrew Barclay & Brian West) live in Trevor’s stomach and mainly like to chat about 1980’s music acts like Abba.