Cash is a character, anti-hero and the tritagonist from Disney's 2006 film The Fox and the Hound 2, midquel to the 1981 film The Fox and the Hound. He is the leader of a band of dogs called the "Singin' Strays".
Role in the film
Cash is the leader of the "Singin' Strays" group, and from the very beginning of the movie it seems to be that he doesn't get along with Dixie very well. They get into an argument and it spirals to the point where he asks Copper to join into the group, causing a gap to form between Copper and his best friend, Tod.
After talking with Dixie, Tod accidentally lets out a secret of Copper's that eventually leads to mass chaos during the fair, eventually leading Copper to get kicked out. Cash's band members feel sorry about it, so they end up splitting apart the band.
In the end, though, Cash's band all comes together, and Tod and Copper make amends.
- Some fans speculated Cash to be a main antagonist for firing Dixie, and caring about his glory.
- His name also supports the fact about how he takes credit for himself.
- Cash is clearly named after the legendary country singer, Johnny Cash.
- He is the only animated character Patrick Swayze voiced.