Cat Out of the Bag Alert! This review contains some spoilers for this film!
Synopsis: An educational film in which a little girl named Helen prepares to take her pet cat Kitty to school for a pet show but first has to go through her morning hygiene and nutrition routine.
Featured Feline: The incredibly patient cat in this film is an absolutely beautiful grey and black striped tabby cat with white markings. Helen only refers to the cat as “Kitty” throughout the short.
Helen is hopeful that Kitty will win first prize at her classroom’s pet show. After searching the house she finds Kitty in the last place she seemed to expect . . . Kitty’s basket!
Helen takes Kitty into the bathroom with her as she goes through the routine of washing herself and brushing her teeth. Kitty grooms herself at the same time.
After Helen brushes and combs her hair she has breakfast, but first she serves Kitty her breakfast of liver and milk.
Mother helps Helen put Kitty in her carrier to take her to school.
Kitty is subjected to a cat’s worst nightmare when all the children pet her at the same time.
Kitty is rewarded for her patience in not mauling the children by winning first prize, and Helen is very pleased.
Final Mewsings: The winner of the Most Patient Cat in the World Award . . . Kitty!