Timber Wolf is a series of Flash animated shorts made by Chuck Jones of Looney Tunes fame and released by Warner Bros. Online in 2001. The series lasted for 13 shorts.
Timber Wolf follows the exploits of one Thomas T. Wolf, who is trying to go one day without a tree falling on his head. It also chronicles his interactions with other woodland creatures, particularly his nemesis, Earl Squirrel. Thomas was voiced by Joe Alaskey, while Earl was voiced by Nancy Cartwright.
This is Jones' last animated project before he passed away in February of 2002. So far, only 13 episodes were released to the public (and were eventually rescued by a fan for his website before vanishing from Warner Bros.' front page), but according to Stephen Fossatti, Jones' latest protege who worked with him for ten years and took helm of the series, there are six more episodes that are completed and were originally going to be released, but they were postponed by the time of Jones' death. One of these unreleased episodes is a two-parter called "Money Tree", in which Thomas bemoans the fact that the show's budgets were too small, and because of the lack of funds, he was forced to lay off the other characters and present the episode as a one-character storyline.
Was originated by Jones in the mid-1960s when he was working at the MGM animation studio. He pitched the idea to the studio as its next cartoon series, but it was turned down.