The Cat Came Back

The Cat Came Back
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Derald

One of the very best cartoons ever. The level of absurdity goes up every minute. I wish they also had Roch Carrier's "The Sweater."

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Gayle

Hilarious! Don't know why he even bothered! A bit curious as to the many women tied to the track tho... :-*

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gary

A few days? I saw this short when it came out, and I *still* can't get the song out of my head!! :-)

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Matt

This is fun and sweet. It's about 8 minutes of the joy and infuriating nature that comes with owning a cat. The song is catchy and might even stay in your head for a few days.

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