All Creatures Great and Cheap is a pet store inside the Springfield Mall. They have a sign reading "You Pet It, You Bought It". It is home to a bird that Homer likes to argue with about crackers. After the Springfield mall became abandoned and dilapidated, it remains unknown about what happened to the business and its animals.
Behind the Laughter
The name of the store is a pun on All Creatures Great and Small, a novel by British veterinarian James Herriot, which was later adapted into a BBC period drama television series of the same name, starring Peter Davison and Oliver Hardy. It is also a pun on the Anglican hymn "All Things Bright and Beautiful", whose second line is "All Creatures Great and Small", from which Herriot took inspiration for his book.
- Episode – "Lisa's Pony"
- Episode – "Duffless"
- Episode – "Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy"
- Episode – "Two Dozen and One Greyhounds"
- Episode – "The Last Temptation of Krust"