'Animal Farm' characters

George Orwell's Animal Farm is an allegory of the downfall of Tsarist Russia and the rise of communism and the Soviet Union, based on a farm. Can you name the characters?
Unnamed characters include:
Sheep, that represent the indoctrinated masses.
Cows and chickens, that represent peasants and land owners, have their milk and eggs taken from them.
Cat, the represents laziness.
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Animal
Hint
Character
Human
Tsar Nicholas II
Mr. Jones
Boar
Lenin
Old Major
Pig
Trotsky
Snowball
Pig
Stalin
Napoleon
Horse
Proletariat
Boxer
Donkey
Cynics
Benjamin
Pony
Aristocracy
Mollie
Horse
Caring motherly horse
Clover
White goat
Wise old goat who can read
Muriel
Raven
Religion
Moses
Animal
Hint
Character
Dogs
Have their puppies stolen by 'Stalin'
Jessie
Bluebell
Pig
Molotov
Squealer
Pig
Writes the new anthems of Animal Farm
Minimus
Pig
Tastes 'Stalin's' food for poison
Pinkeye
Human
Western leaders
Mr. Pilkington
Human
Hitler
Mr. Frederick
Human
Intermediary between west and USSR
Mr. Whymper
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