EDITOR'S OPINIONI rather like how in this particular comparison, each actor elected to perform their own individual take on the character as opposed to directly imitating one or the other. Anyway, out of the three, Welker's sound is the most cat-like, which is helped by the lisp he adds to the character's speech. His acting's pretty good, too, with plenty of inflections to spice up his lines. Murray's delivery is noticeably more flamboyant than Welker's, though regardless, he acts well enough to make for a good stand-in. While one could argue that his sound for the character is inconsistent at times, I say it accentuates the character's goofy nature nicely, so I'm cool with it. Although Donovan's deeper sound detracts from the character's feline nature a tad, the considerable amount of energy he brings to the role certainly balances it out and helps make this a good performance in its own right. While all three did well as the character, I'm putting my vote on Welker.