Winger Zaha, booked for diving in the 87th minute at Vicarage Road after referee Mark Clattenburg ignored his penalty appeal, reacted furiously to the furry cheerleader’s comedy dive under his nose on the final whistle.
Big Sam scowled: “The mascot is out of order, isn’t he? The Premier League and the FA can look at that and do what they want to do.
“It could have made the wrong reaction, as we know, but I’m more concerned about my team and their overall performance.
“I’m more disappointed that we picked up four bookings and we didn’t get two penalties.”
Watford head coach Walter Mazzarri saw the lighter side of the mascot’s jolly jape and smiled: “Let’s all laugh together about this. Everything in football does not have to be a drama.”
Allardyce, meanwhile, will hold an urgent meeting with Zaha this week to determine whether his controversial winger will be off to the African Cup of Nations next month with the Ivory Coast.
Zaha, who has made two friendly appearances for England against Sweden and Scotland as a substitute, has lodged paperwork with world governing body FIFA to switch allegiance to the country of his birth.
Big Sam said: “I haven’t been here long enough to sit down with Wilf and it’s only just popped up today that he might be going to the African Cup of Nations.
“We’ll have to find out next week, but it would be a massive blow if he goes to join the Ivory Coast.”