In the original theatrical version, a dog dies when an alien bursts out of it. In a later recut version, it is an ox that dies instead.
The cat from the first film (Alien) appears at the beginning of this film but is left safely at home and does not encounter any aliens.
All Dogs Go to Heaven
Animated. Charlie the dog dies, goes to heaven, escapes back to earth, has some adventures and in the end dies again. His nemesis Carface the dog dies as well. Itchy the dog is injured but recovers.
All Good Things
A pet dog disappears. Later, its skeleton is discovered buried in the yard.
Happy, Gitty's pet chicken is killed (offscreen) by Martin, Gitty's older brother. Happy is then unknowingly cooked and served for dinner by Gitty's mother.
A dog is shot and killed while guarding money hidden under the doghouse.
The main character stomps a dog to death. He almost kills a cat but instead shoots a woman and lets the cat go.
A shell-shocked man sees a dog playfully wrestling with a boy and yanks the dog away. He is about to beat the dog, who is very frightened, but stops at the last minute.
There are scenes of dog fighting in which dogs die. A dog is injured in a car accident and another is lost in the floorboards. A homeless man's dogs are killed by a dog-fighting dog that the man tries to take in.
Numerous animals die, including birds (starvation after their owner dies), a monkey (shot for bait), a boar (shot) and a jaguar (squeezed by an anaconda until its eyeball pops out). Two giant anacondas also die. One is killed by several shots to the head and another dies after being pickaxed, set on fire and getting a hatchet to the head.
Animated. Pooka the dog and Bartok the bat survive, unharmed.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Baxter the dog makes it through the film unscathed. A pet shark named Doby is nipped by Baxter but doesn't seem to be hurt. Other animals that appear briefly are dolphins, kittens, scorpions, puppies and bats. We don't see any of them harmed, though there is a shot of what is supposed to be a piece of fried chicken that turns out to be a fried bat wing.
And So It Goes
A Rottweiler is shot in the backside with a paintball gun to stop it from defecating on a lawn. It is covered in yellow paint and presumably somewhat hurt.
Animal Farm (1999)
A pig is shot and dies, a horse collapses and is sent to the slaughter house and other animals suffer.
A horse is hit in the rear end with a golf ball, scaring it off. In another scene, the horse dies of shock after a gun is fired. A later scene ends as the horse is about to be sawed in half with a chainsaw.
Animals Are Beautiful People
This otherwise light-hearted nature documentary is marred by several animal deaths. Early on, a communal birds nest catches fire, killing many chicks. Snakes eat a gecko and an egg. Towards the end, a lake dries out and many baby pelicans die of thirst over an extended period.
Anna Karenina (1997)
A horse is injured during a race. It is shot and killed to put it out of its misery.