The character page for Meowth should be deleted.
First and foremost: Yes, I'm aware this thread was created and locked before - http://www.giantbomb.com/forums/delete-combine-requests/34/combine-meowth-character-and-meowth-concept/274011/
However, information was not brought up: In no game that a Meowth has appeared in has he spoken any lines of dialogue or given any indication that he's the same character as in the series. This is very clearly a case where the the representation of a character in another medium is affecting perception of a generic appearance of a non-unique enemy.
Four things make the anime Meowth unique from other meowth pokemon, if we're going to make the argument: He can speak, he hangs out with Team Rocket members Jessie and James, he's never kept in a pokeball, and he does not know how to use the species-specific Pay Day attack. In the games, only the second is true.
Even according to the Pokemon Wiki, he's not ever treated as a unique character in any of the games. http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Jessie_and_James%27s_Meowth#In_the_games and http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Meowth#Other_appearances This was a conscious choice made on the part of Nintendo and Game Freak, for whatever reason.
The closest any of the games has come is in Pokemon Yellow, which most closely reflects the TV series, however the changes are superficial and were shoved into the framework for the existing Red/Blue Pokemon games. The player encounters recognizable sprites of Jessie and James as unnamed enemies and they throw out their pokeballs just like any other trainer in the game, and among the other pokemon they use on the show, a meowth is included. The game meowth also knows Pay Day, as does the meowth in other games like Smash Bros. Again, I'll stress that Jessie and James themselves are never mentioned by name in the games, however they did alter the sprites for some of the random Team Rocket encounters from Red/Blue into them for Yellow, as well as using dialogue in keeping with catchphrases from the show, so their inclusion in the GB wiki is justified, even though the entries and all images are almost entirely biased in favor of content from the anime. http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Team_Rocket_trio#In_the_games
I understand there's a lot of love for the anime out there, enough to even cause the entry name for the Pokemon game protagonist, "Red," to be listed on this wiki as "Ash Ketchum," and his rival "Blue" to be "Gary Oak," even though they're never referred to as that in a game. I'm not going to argue that all of that content should be kept strictly to their Anime Vice entries (Even though it probably should), because context and appearances in other media for a given character or concept can make for a more comprehensive page. However, I don't think a page should exist solely because of a tangential link in another form of media. i.e., a cameo of something or someone famous in a game should not be an excuse to create a page and fill it up with stuff that has nothing to do with games.
Two pages for meowths just aren't necessary. Anything anyone would like to say about Meowth the "character" can be mentioned on the concept page, even though technically all of it will be descriptions of the anime, since there's absolutely nothing special about the one in the game appearances.
(and yes, I appreciate the irony of the fact this post is longer than both entries combined.)
Here's the TL;DR:
If someone had never seen the anime and had only played the games, there is absolutely no way anyone could ever think of the representation of Team Rocket's Meowth as a unique character any more than any of the pre-defined sets of pokemon any enemy trainer uses. The character page should be deleted in favor of the concept page. If the anime didn't exist, neither would the character page. If the anime Meowth wasn't able to speak, the giantbomb character page wouldn't exist. That should not be what defines a character.
Giving this meowth his own character page based solely on his appearance in the games is akin to making a "Marauder Shields" character page. I absolutely understand why many people would support the idea, but limited to the content of the games, it would be unwarranted. Both "characters," specifically as represented in their respective games, are defined purely by their context and would otherwise be indistinguishable from others of their species in appearance or behavior. That is not a character.