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Mrs. MacDonald
Mrs. MacDonald
Gender Female
Animal Dog
Hair color Moderate vermilion (s9 - s10)
Brilliant gamboge (s11 - present)
Complexion Light gamboge (s9 - s10)
Apple greenish white (s11 - present)
Residence MacDonald family's house, Elwood City
Family Molly MacDonald (daughter)
James MacDonald (son)
Unknown relative (husband?)
Myles MacDoogal (brother-in-law)
Chester (brother-in-law)
James' second cousin (possibly first cousin)
Prudence (possibly niece)
Myrtle (possibly sister-in-law)
Molly's grandmother (mother or mother-in-law)
Flurgan the Fantastic (ancestor)[1]
Kilgore the Dim (ancestor)[1]
Edna the Easily Amused (ancestor)[1]
Oliver the Walloper (ancestor)[1]
James the Squinty (ancestor)[1]
Cartoon debut "Arthur Makes Waves"

Mrs. MacDonald is the mother of Molly and James.

Physical appearance[]

In her first appearance in "Arthur Makes Waves," she is seen with tan fur and red hair, but in her other appearances she is seen with white fur just like Molly and James and blonde hair.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "Dear James and Molly, greetings from Scotland. Today, my biking tour of the Lowlands took me to Castle Kilflurgan, home of the famous Kilflurgan tapestry. It tells the story of some of our ancestors: The MacDougal-Donalds. The castle was built by Flurgan the Fantastic - the first head of the MacDougal-Donald clan. For many years there was peace and prosperity, but then Flurgan perished when his haggis exploded at the feast of Saint Ninian. After that, there was a succession of terrible rulers. Kilgore the Dim, Edna the Easily Amused, Oliver the Walloper. The animals fled and drought seized the land. It was a time of great despair. Then, one day a lowly shepherd boy came to Kilflurgan. He was very timid and, and couldn't see very well, but he had magical powers. He could talk with animals... and summon the rains. The villagers were so taken with this shy magical boy that they appointed him head of the clan... and called him James the Squinty."Myles MacDoogal, "The Last King of Lambland"