|Movies||Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure|
|Television Programs|| Unknown
|Voice|| Alyssa Milano (speaking)
Susan Egan (singing voice)
|Other names|| Buster's girl and Baby (by Buster)
|Personality||Confident, kind, patient, trusting, intuitive, talented, sweet, suave, caring, clever, sly, spunky, tolerant, sassy, friendly, brave, generous|
|Allies||Scamp, Jim Dear, Darling, Jim Jr., Lady, Tramp, Annette, Danielle and Collette, Jock, Trusty, Tony, Joe, Junkyard Dogs|
|Enemies||Buster, The Dogcatcher, Reggie|
|Likes||Scamp, spaghetti, catching fireflies, Scamp's family, house dogs|
|Dislikes||Being called Buster's girl, Scamp choosing the junkyard life over his family, Scamp in trouble|
|Quotes|| "I am NOT your girl!"
"I don't belong to anybody."
"Actually I had five families."
"I'd give anything to have what you have."
"You're not like the rest of us. You're good and decent, kind. The streets will beat that out of you if you stay!"
"Dreamed of what?! This?"
"You have a home and a family that loves you. You're not like the rest of us, Scamp."
Angel has a kind, yet snarky personality. She often appears to be arrogant, but it is presumably just to hide her insecurities along with her great desire to have a family sans Buster. She also acts as Scamp's conscience and often tries to persuade him that the junkyard life isn't all that it's cracked up to be. She cares for Scamp greatly and will risk her own life for him.
Role in the film Edit
Angel once lived with five families that all gave her up because they either moved, had a baby or an allergy. She decided to live a wild life at the junkyard and found Buster and the Junkyard Dogs, and although she never really took them as a family, she had no choice since she had nobody else. She first appears with the Junkyard Dogs chasing and teasing the dogcatcher and she sees Scamp and nuzzles his nose. After Scamp finds her, he takes her as a friend at first, but throughout the movie, they develop a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship. History repeats itself when Scamp takes Angel to the very same restaurant his father took Lady, and they both share a spaghetti meal from Tony (albeit in a more messy manner). At the end, she and the others leave Buster in a junk pile and becomes Scamp's girlfriend, and she even gets the family she always wanted as Jim Dear welcomes her into theirs. Angel gets a father in Tramp, a mother in Lady, sisters in Annette, Collette, and Danielle, and thereafter, she and Scamp are always together.