Synopsis by Hal Erickson
An obnoxious little girl insists upon treating her pet cat Tom like an itty bitty baby--bonnet, bottle, crib and all. It's all pretty humiliating, but Tom is willing to go along with the gag so long as he gets fed. All this changes when Jerry the mouse launches a campaign of ridicule aimed at Tom, going so far as to encourage a trio of raucous alley cats to join in on the "fun." The cartoon's endless supply of superb sight gags is matched every inch of the way by the musical score, which not only incorporates such familiar tunes as "How About You?", "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" "Strolling Through the Park", "Baby Face" and "Mama Yo Quiero", but also the singing talents of The Kings' Men quartet. And how about that cross-dressingCarmen Miranda routine?