Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties and Cat Kid Symbols & Objects

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Papa

Papa is the name Li'l Petey calls Petey, and it symbolizes the relationship Li'l Petey assumes he has because he is Petey's clone. For Petey, the name symbolizes all sorts of responsibilities he does not want, and he is angry when Li'l Petey calls him Papa. Eventually, Petey comes around to feeling affection for Li'l Petey, and he accepts his role, though to a limited degree.

80-HD

80-HD is a robot that Petey makes, and it symbolizes his effort to do something nice for Li'l Petey. Petey expects Li'l Petey to use the robot for evil actions, but Li'l Petey literally turns the robot into his friend.

Li'l Petey's Books

Li'l Petey makes books for Petey and Flippy, and each book symbolizes the relationship Li'l Petey expects to have. The book he makes for Petey shows the two of them interacting as father and son, and...

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