This is a list of unnamed voiced characters in Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own organized by either occupation, species, or episode.
The carnival workers, which work at the Paw-Tucket Carnival and are primarily ferrets, appear only in The Wheel Deal. Of an implied many workers at the carnival, three ferrets are given on-screen dialogue.
"Ferret Carnival Worker"
The vendor (voiced by Travis Turner), while not visible on-screen, offers to pets hot buttered kibble and "kennel corn."
The construction rabbit (voiced by Ian Hanlin) appears in In the Steal of the Night to warn Roxie and Jade that they had entered a construction site, and that only "borrowing rodents" are allowed, but tells them a way to get out.
He appears again with another rabbit in The Eyes and Ears of Paw-Tucket, telling Roxie that they are digging a giant hole to make a giant water fountain.
The bulldog janitor (voiced by Ryan Beil) appeared in Pitch Im-Purr-Fect. He interrupts Edie, Roxie, and Manny's rehearsal in the amphitheater to test the smoke, flea, bird light, and mic detectors, causing the trio to move rehearsal.
The kitten's mom is unvoiced and seen beside her daughter.
The parrot (also voiced by Tong) is also seen alongside the walrus laughing at Quincy's joke.
The parrot (actor not credited) works at a counter of the bowling alley, and attempts to serve Daisy her bowling shoes.
Stage Manager Spaniel
In CEO Trip, she is heard during Trip's presentation annoucing that the camera is recording.
In Copycats, Copy-Dogs & Copy-Iguanas, he is seen guarding the waiting line at the nocturnal club and approving Jade's scarf.
In So Trip Thinks He Can Dance, he is seen helping Trip set up his live show. He is then seen rejecting Bev and the pets when they request to see Trip's performance.
Food Truck Lizard
In Crystal Fever, she makes a cameo driving the food truck, with a hamster on a wheel powering it.
The shark salesman (voiced by Vincent Tong) is seen in a commercial advertising the Automatic Bone Burier.
Trip's Backup Phone
Trip brings out his talking backup phone (voiced by Diana Kaarina) when him and the pets are lost. It has a GPS, a compass, a flashlight, and AI.
Russian Blue Cat
Her first appearance in the main show was in Four Left Feet, where she confesses that she pretends to be a finicky eater so that her owner thinks she is classy.
She is seen near the entrance of the nocturnal club in Copycats, Copy-Dogs & Copy-Iguanas. In So Trip Thinks He Can Dance, she is seen laughing at Trip. She also appears numerous times in The Incredible Roman and Ray as a member of the audience.
In merchandise, this cat's name is Sonia Siberio. It's unknown if her name in the show will be different, or if her character will even be given a name at all.
(Another) Russian Blue Cat
The Russian blue cat has a male lookalike that appears in The Scratch Tree Society, but they are entirely different characters.
It only becomes clear at the end of the episode that this Russian blue isn't the same cat as the one above. He walks across the screen wearing a baseball cap as a shell, and - in a voice that isn't even slightly similar to the other Russian blue's - shouts, "Look at me, everyone! I'm a turtle."He is most likely voiced by Richard Ian Cox. During The Scratch Tree Society's credits, Cox is credited as voicing a character just called "Cat."
The posh cat (voiced by Lili Beaudoin) tells Jade that the Polar Amethyst is the prize in the Big Trivia Contest at the Crystal Con. She accepts Jade's offer to help her win the contest by quizzing her on her knowledge of crystals, but Jade gives up and borrows her crystal hat.
The grumpy goldfish (voiced by Terry Klassen) is another one of the judges on Pet-Centicity.
Trip's cousins are unvoiced, and are seen carrying Trip as he talks to Wisteria.