Walter Lantz Productions
Starring: Daws Butler
Directed by: Tex Avery
Cat Out of the Bag Alert! This review contains some spoilers for this film!
Synopsis: Samuel Smith and his dog Rover (both voiced by Daws Butler) get hit by a car and switch personalities when a cockeyed ambulance attendant mixes up the human and dog plasma.
Cartoon Kitten: After Sam and Rover drive everyone they encounter near crazy, including Sam’s wife Margaret (voiced by Grace Stafford), Margaret opens the front door to find a small gray kitten mewing.
When Sam sees the kitten he tears after it like a dog. The kitten runs away.
Sam trees the kitten and barks and jumps at it, scaring it to death.
Rover the dog sees this and comes to the kitten’s rescue, not only pulling Sam away but petting the kitten and giving it a kiss.
The kitten, like everyone else in the short, reacts in a going-crazy kind of way with stuff bouncing out of its head.
Final Mewsings: Kittens’ minds can be blown!