|NOTE: This page is only about the novel version and the 1961 animated version of Perdita as the 1996 film version of Perdita was not voted Pure Good, and thus only info about Perdita's book version and the 1961 animated version should be put here.|
Perdita Dearly-Radcliffe-Dalmatian (simply known as Perdita or Perdy for short) is the deuteragonist of Disney's 17th full-length animated feature film One Hundred and One Dalmatians, and a supporting character in 101 Dalmatians: The Series and the 2003 direct-to-video sequel 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure.
She is Pongo's wife, the mother of 15 puppies, the adopted mother of the other 84 dalmatian puppies and the paternal grandmother of Domino, Little Dipper and Oddball.
She was voiced by Cate Bauer in the first film, the late Mary Kay Bergman in the animated storybook computer game, Pam Dawber in the TV series, and Kath Soucie since 1996 and Patch's London Adventure and House of Mouse.
What Makes Her Pure Good?
- Much like Pongo, she cared for not just her spouse but their 15 children as well. Hence, she is shown to be protective of her family, most notably with her children she works with Pongo to try to save.
- She saves her 15 puppies from Cruella De Vil and raises the other 84 puppies.
- She is one of two Pure Good characters in the 101 Dalmatians franchise, alongside her husband Pongo.