Like the Nearly-Normal Animal, Speech-Impaired Animal, and Talking Animal, the Partially-Civilized Animal is very much an animal when it comes to thought processes, personality, instincts, priorities, and motivations. They are more frequently depicted as just walking on four legs than on walking on two legs or walking both ways. Quite a few of them can walk on two legs as well they can on four legs, but they still normally walk on all fours. Like the Civilized Animal, they may wear a few accessories or articles of clothing (often in pantless fashion) and often have some sort of Mouse World.
Partially-Civilized Animals can make human-like arm and hand gestures and many can grasp objects as if they have opposable thumbs. Some are bipedal even if their species isn't naturally so, but many others are depicted as staying on four legs if they are a four-legged animal in Real Life. Like Nearly-Normal Animal, Speech-Impaired Animal, and Talking Animal birds, Partially-Civilized Animal birds can have Feather Fingers, but their wings have to look completely like wings.
Unlike the Nearly-Normal Animal, Speech-Impaired Animal, and Talking Animal, Partially-Civilized Animals exhibit some form of civilized manner, usually to a lesser degree than the Civilized Animal, and often have some form of Mouse World. Unlike the Civilized Animal, the majority of the mannerisms are that of the animal and they are more likely to be four-legged than two legged if they are naturally four legged.
- The rats in Ratatouille
- The peguins in Happy Feet
- The dogs in All Dogs Go to Heaven
- The cats in Gay Purr-ee
- The animals in Cats and Dogs
- Scuttle, Sebastian, and a lot of the other marine animals The Little Mermaid
- The geese and cats in The Aristocats
- King Louie the orangutan and the monkeys in The Jungle Book
- The animals in the two Ice Age sequels
- The owls in the Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
- Timon and Rafiki are this in the three The Lion King movies, but they are Civilized Animals in the TV series Timon and Pumbaa.
- The animals in Rio
- Rattlesnake Jake and the armadillo from Rango
- And Rango himself, especially since he was actually originally someone's pet...
- The animals from Madagascar and its spin-offs have the animals using crude tools, wearing simple clothes and occasionally going bipedal. But there is no doubt that they are animals, and they can't speak with humans.
- The goats and wolves in Arashi no Yoru ni.
- Warrior Cats is a bit hard to put on the Sliding Scale of Anthropomorphism, but most probably this level.
- Who Moved My Cheese? is told from the point of view of two littlepeople. They share a maze with two mice that still act on mouse instinct and can't talk to littlepeople other than through gestures, but the mice do wear (and can tie) shoes.
- Red XIII from Final Fantasy VII walks on four legs and generally acts like the ...pumadogthing he is, but at the same time able to talk, extremely intelligent and wears a hair decoration.
- The Bunny Children from Epic Mickey are this, even though Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (their father) and Ortensia the cat (their mother) are full-fledged Funny Animals.
- Dog from Word World is a non-talking, four-legged dog, but he owns a house.
- Most other four-legged residents, including Elephant and Tiger, belong in this trope, too.
- The Dog Star Patrol from Krypto the Superdog.
- Perry the Platypus from Phineas and Ferb.
- The ponies in My Little Pony and My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic are this; the fact that they are ponies often happens to be a plot point.
- Most of the animals in Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat.
- Coco the monkey from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse walks on two legs and wears a skirt, a strapless top, and a bow on her head, but she is mostly a "normal" monkey otherwise.
- The dogs and other animals 101 Dalmatians: The Series
- The animals in Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies, especially the titular character.
- Precious the cat from Pinky and The Brain.
- Scooby Doo is normally a speech-impaired, but otherwise normal animal, can fall into this trope sometimes.
- Most of the dinosaurs and other animals from Dinosaur Train, zig zag between this trope, Talking Animal, Civilized Animal, and Funny Animal.
- The farm animals in Barnyard and Back at the Barnyard zig zag between this trope, Civilized Animal, and Funny Animal.
- Paco the parrot from Maya and Miguel is this, unlike the other animals.