Persephone is curious and flirtatious with Sparky and fiercely loyal to Elsa, her owner. When Persephone and Sparky first meet in the backyard, the attraction is instantaneous and electrifying.
Persephone is a perfectly groomed black poodle with an enormously large poof of hair on her head. When she got electified by Sparky, her hair turned frizzy and gained a white lightning-shaped streak.
Role in the film
Persephone and Sparky first met when his ball rolled into her backyard. As he tried to get it out, he noticed Persephone trotting around inside the backyard. As Sparky sat down in his backyard, sad that he lost the ball, Persephone rolls the ball back into his yard.
Clipart of Elsa and Persephone
Clipart of Persephone
Persephone in the original live-action short.
Persephone saddened by Sparky's demise.
Persephone's hairdo and appearance is an obvious reference to Universal's Bride of Frankenstein.
Unlike the other animals, Persephone does not classify as a monster.
She is the love interest of Sparky.
She is a poodle.
Her name is after Persephone, the wife of Hades, the God of the Underworld, and the daughter of Demeter in Greek mythology.