Synopsis by Hal Erickson
It's bear hunting season, and the habitually terrified Humphrey Bear desperately searches for a hideout. Unfortunely, Humphrey chooses the home of Donald Duck, a dedicated hunter whose walls are festooned with guns and stuffed trophies. When Donald returns, Humphrey disguises himself as a bear rug, a charade that forces him to endure unending humiliation and abuse. The limit comes when Donald decides that his "rug" is in pretty sorry shape, and stuffs poor Humphrey in the washing machine. But the biggest laugh is reserved for the end, when Humphrey discovers that he isn't the first bear to seek refuge in the home of Mr. Duck.