|Directed by||William Hanna
|Produced by||Fred Quimby|
|Story by||William Hanna
|Music by||Scott Bradley|
|Release date(s)||September 6, 1941|
|Running time||8 minutes|
A canine officer (modeled after the Keystone Kops) is called out to rescue a kitten, harassed by an aggressive bulldog. He continues to tangle with the situation, then finds a basket full of kittens. He carries the basket into an alley where he runs into a whole pack of dogs. They chase him and the kittens up a tree, stranding them.
The cartoon is available on the "Droopy and Company" videotape. It is also included as an extra on the DVD of the feature film The Big Store.
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