"Feast” Your Eyes on Disney’s Newest Puppy, Winston

I’m salivating already.

By | Posted: August 29, 2014, 3 p.m. PST

If you have seen a Disney movie in the last few years, I’m sure you’ve noticed that they usually begin with a short animated film prior to the full-length feature. Disney’s next animated release, Big Hero 6, will follow the short film Feast, starring an adorable Boston Terrier puppy named Winston.

Walt Disney Feast, Winston
Photo from Walt Disney Studios


Disney has brought us some of the most beloved dogs in animation history: from Pluto and Goofy to Copper and Sparky. Also, Stitch is kind of dog, right? Winston, however, is set to steal the hearts of dog-loving Disney fans the world over.


Walt Disney Feast, Food Bowl
Photo from Walt Disney Studios

In an interview with USA Today, director Patrick Osborner remarked, "He’s a star terrier that’s full of energy. Like any of us, Winston is looking for food and some kind of emotional connection.” Osborne grew up with dachshunds, and along with chief creative officer of Walt Disney Animation, John Lasseter, he is an avid dog lover.

From what we know about Winston’s story so far, it is a tale of a dog, the food he loves to eat, and how that changes when his owner falls in love. For example, burgers turn to Brussel sprouts, pizza to salad, etc.
Walt Disney Feast, Winston

Photo from Walt Disney Studios

Osborne is excited to share Winston with the world, stating "It’s like Winston was always there. It’s not like we made him, he just always existed. And now we’re just showing him to other people.” Feast is already completed and starting to make its rounds at animation festivals, but can be seen in front of Big Hero 6 starting on November 7, 2014.

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