As you know, the characters tend to live in different houses. However, continuity is in the window at times. This blog will list all of the character’s house that is one of the character’s common traits.


Tree House

If you were paying attention, you can tell that Cuddles have been living in a tree more than living in a house. In a Jam, Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow and Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II) shows this house.



Pink Treehouse

Giggles appears to live in a tree house just like Cuddles. This house appears in Helping Helps, Doggone It, Every Litter Bit Hurts, and I've Got You Under My Skin. As you noticed, Giggles’ house changes colors but I chalk that up to continuity or the bark changing colors. Of course, in the first appearance of this house, she is seen living with her mom but future episodes, she is seen living on her own. Giggles is either an adult in these episodes, her mom gone to work or she’s simply off-screen.


Generic Purple House

Toothy appears to live in a generic purple house as seen in Spare Tire and All Flocked Up.


A Trailer and A Farm

Lumpy lives in a trailer in every episode. However, he also appears to live in a farm as seen in Milkin' It, Aw, Shucks!, and Peas in a Pod.


Pink Tree House

Petunia appears to live in pink treehouse as seen in Hello Dolly, Wishy Washy, and I assume Peas in a Pod where it gain weight and girth.



Three storied House

Well we only see a glimpse of it in Shard at Work(Inside) and No Time Like the Present(Exterior).



Another TreeHouse

Nutty lives in a tree house as seen in Chew Said a Mouthful, Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm (episode) and A Sucker for Love.



Metallic Tree

In TV Series, Sniffles lives in a tree. It first appeared in Blast From the Past. Also, I think the house in Pet Peeve and Suck It Up are the same house, just in a different room.


Pop and Cub


I think you get the point. It appears in And the Kitchen Sink, Read 'em and Weep, Easy For You to Sleigh, Snip Snip Hooray!, Doggone It, Clause For Concern, A Vicious Cycle, and Out of Sight, Out of Mime.



A generic house

Finally a house that is not a tree. Anyway, it has appeared in only Party Animal.

The Mole

A Mole Hill

In episodes like Out of Sight, Out of Mime and A Sight for Sore Eyes, The Mole lives in a molehill. He is also seen living underground in Can't Stop Coffin, presumably as a part of his molehill. Of course, this makes sense as The Mole is... well, a mole.


Disco Bear

A literal Tree House

Now your just gonna combine the most common houses? Anyway, Disco Bear seems pretty rich and owns a fancy house. This house appears in Easy Comb, Easy Go and Ipso Fatso.



A House with a ship on it’s branches

Well, at least they try to be unique with this. Anyway, Russell appears to live this home in Sea What I Found and Bottled Up Inside.


Lifty and Shifty

An Apartment

Whenever a character lives in large house/apartment, It always first appear in a episode with only the inside shown and in a few years later, you see the entire thing. Anyway, it appears in Meat Me for Lunch and Swelter Skelter



A Tent

It’s just a tent. It appears in Easy For You to Sleigh, Mime to Five, and Chill Kringle.



A Snow Dome

It only appears in Wipe Out!



A log-like house

Flippy lives in a green log-like house. It first appeared in Easy For You to Sleigh



An Acorn Fortress

Splendid lives in this fortress. It first appeared in It's a Snap.



An Unknown House

In Royal Flush, the inside of Lammy house is seen.

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