- 4. - The tough, shrewd operator of Pinchfield, a neighboring farm.
- 6. - The vain, flighty mare who pulls Mr. Jones’s carriage. Mollie craves the attention of human beings and loves being groomed and pampered.
- 9. - The prize-winning boar whose vision of a socialist utopia serves as the inspiration for the Rebellion.
- 11. - The pig who spreads Napoleon’s propaganda among the other animals.
- 12. - The often drunk farmer who runs the Manor Farm before the animals stage their Rebellion and establish Animal Farm.
- 13. - The cart-horse whose incredible strength, dedication, and loyalty play a key role in the early prosperity of Animal Farm and the later completion of the windmill.
- 14. - The tame raven who spreads stories of Sugarcandy Mountain, the paradise to which animals supposedly go when they die.
- 15. - The white goat who reads the Seven Commandments to Clover whenever Clover suspects the pigs of violating their prohibitions.
- 1. - The human solicitor whom Napoleon hires to represent Animal Farm in human society.
- 2. - The long-lived donkey who refuses to feel inspired by the Rebellion.
- 3. - The easygoing gentleman farmer who runs Foxwood, a neighboring farm.
- 5. - A good-hearted female cart-horse and Boxer’s close friend.
- 7. - The pig who emerges as the leader of Animal Farm after the Rebellion.
- 8. - The poet pig who writes verse about Napoleon and pens the banal patriotic song “Animal Farm, Animal Farm” to replace the earlier idealistic hymn “Beasts of England,” which Old Major passes on to the others.
- 10. and Bluebell - Two dogs, each of whom gives birth early in the novel.
- 11. - The pig who challenges Napoleon for control of Animal Farm after the Rebellion.