Adventures of Oliver Twist (Les nouvelles aventures d'Oliver Twist) is a 1996 French animated series loosely based on the Charles Dickens novel, which debuted in syndication in the U.S. the same year. This version of the novel makes most of the main characters animals - Oliver is a dog, the Artful Dodger a rabbit, Fagin a fox, and so on.
While the show had a few American writers, among them Tony Marino and Jack Olesker, the bulk of the animation work was done in France.
Oliver Twist is a puppy in Victorian-era London who escapes from the workhouse and winds up under the care of kindly Fagin the fox. With his friends, the Artful Dodger and Charlie Bates, he gets into adventures all around the town.