A cat trying to eat a caged bird knocks over a ceramic figurine of a young girl, breaking it. A woman gathers the pieces and puts them in a bin in the attic. The matching boy figurine comes to life, and he and his lamb go to rescue their companion. After he glues her back together, they dance to a medley including "The Miller's Daughter" by Lou Handman and Al Bryan, a Cuban instrumental, and the Blue Danube Waltz. After a lion figurine comes to life and tries to eat the lamb, they escape back downstairs, breaking a table lamp in the process. The cat gets blamed by the woman for the broken lamp.