Mary Kendal Lee, endpaper for Nicholas Thomas the Naughty Kitten , c1952, and an extended series of books using this character (See also Rupert Bear, Tobie Twirl, etc.). The obvious issues here are ;

the cut of the cloth
communication and
the nature of response.


Teddy Tail, of the Teddy Tail Annuals, illustrated by W.St.J Glenn, Juvenile Productions London as appearing in the Daily Mail. c1955 12 x16cms. Teddy Tail offers the conventional format of mouses head and boys body. The only challenge providing amusement is what is done with the tail, and the consequent tailoring of the trousers. Here he sits on his tail to avoid complications.

Both images come from the story, "The Cave of Snow".