Kanga is a character from the 100 Acre Wood appearing in Kingdom Hearts II. Though her world has been shown in the games, she does not appear until the third installment. She is based on her appearance in Disney's Winnie the Pooh franchise. Kanga is Roo's kangaroo mother, very gentle and a typical mother figure.
When she first appears, she hears from Piglet that Pooh has forgotten everything about his friends and makes a medicine in attempt to restore his memory, but Tigger takes it, thinking it is a present to him. Though they get it back, Pooh never drank the medicine and he somehow regained his memory of Tigger after Tigger felt bad about Pooh not remembering him, saying it wouldn't be worth bouncing if Pooh forgot about him.
Kanga appears three times in the Hundred Acre Wood storyline, the first being at her house along with Roo and Tigger. She gives Pooh some medicine in hopes of him regaining his former self. Her second appearance is at the Spooky Cave helping Sora search for Pooh. She is last seen at Starry Hill, saying goodbye to Sora.
Kanga is an anthropomorphized, adult, female kangaroo with light brown fur covering most of her body, except for her belly, pouch, and the insides of her ears, which are pink. She has large feet that lack toes and comparatively smaller arms. The only distinct digits on her hands are her thumbs. She also has a somewhat short tail. Kanga's ears are quite large and her neck is rather long. She has beady black eyes and a black nose.
Kanga is the sweet and caring mother of Roo. However, she also acts as a motherly figure to the other Hundred Acre Wood characters, giving advice and help to those in need.
Kanga first appeared in Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree. Kanga plays a minor role throughout the movie, which is the mother-figure. She briefly appears at Christopher Robin's house in the beginning, and later appears when Pooh is stuck in Rabbit's front door to give Pooh a bouquet a Honeysuckle as a gift and to help pull Pooh out of the hole when he budges.