- NOTE: This article is about the incarnation of the cat duo from the 2019 movie. The mainstream version can be found here: Si and Am.
Devon and Rex are the secondary antagonists of the 2019 Disney live-action film Lady and the Tramp, which is based on the 1955 animated classic film of the same name. They are a mischievous pair of twin Devon Rex cats who seek to cause trouble and incriminate Lady. They are also based off their original incarnations.
Devon was voiced by Nate Wonder, and Rex was voiced by Roman GianArthur.
Devon and Rex first appeared when their owner, Aunt Sarah, comes to babysit the Brown's new baby. The two emerge from the picnic basket Sarah carried them in, and start singing their song What a Shame. They begin destroying the house, breaking fragile stuff and wrecking furniture, saying that they are redecorating. This incident is what left Aunt Sarah to blame Lady for the damage, and causing Lady to run away.
Eventually, Jim Dear and Darling pick up Lady from the pound, and they furiously confronted Aunt Sarah for her behavior before kicking her and the cats out from their house. Devon and Rex are last seen meowing as Aunt Sarah leaves the house with them in a huff.
Devon and Rex are two Devon Rex cats. They are twins, and the only thing that sets them apart is that Devon has yellow eyes while Rex has green. Both cats have gray fur covered with dark stripes and long tails.
Like cats, they both have sharp claws, which they destroy, among others: sofa upholstery and curtains.
Devon and Rex are clever and malicious. They know that Lady will not catch them and deliberately irritate her (deliberately destroying her pillow, on which the dog sleeps on).
In addition, they are also irresponsible and reckless. They know that they will not be punished for destroying the salon, so they destroy what they can, and then pretend they are victims.
- Unlike Si and Am (who are female and Siamese cats), these two are male and Oriental cats.
- The reason for this change was because Si and Am were a topic of controversy due to being very stereotypical.
- Devin and Rex's names are a pun on the cat breed Devon Rex.