Star and I watched this animal story. She not only watched the cats but was riveted to the talking dogs, too. Only once previoously has my cat, Star, aged eleven years, looked at anything on t.v. One Sunday she watched all of Sagwa the Chinese Siamese animated show. But she liked this motley crew of talking dogs as they plodded against felines of her kind.
When the hound went around in circles attempting to catch his own tail, I laughed so much she left her favorite chair to console me. After that, I had to temper my enjoyment of this assorted group who learned of the ancient Egyptian fascination with cats from a book.
The cats had no faces, only pug noses and lots of fur -- maybe that is Persian. They were the strangest looking cats I ever saw, must be Japanese. Star has a very pretty face and is short-haired. Some weird alien cats arrived (and left) in kamisake planes to attack the hound dog. These weird fat cats resided with a comatose factory owner. Watching them drive his black limo and propel him around wired with several IVs as they gave orders for the workers to abandon the Mason factory, it was quite something.
The stray, a greyhound, was evocative to the puzzled hound. These dogs had decided they were Russian spies. A conference of dogs takes place similar to a Russian agency something like our United Nations. On Canine News Network, we heard Wolf Blitzer heralding a Revolution against the human race.
The cats took over the Mason factory and captured the hound's human family as hostages to secure a potion to make humans allergic to dogs. The leader uses a World Domination booklet to indoctrinate the mice on how to infiltrate the sewers to infect human existence.
The dogs save the day and the scientist's family in the midst of a fire. As the cats maneuver heavy equipment in the factory, the hound jumps through the air like Mighty Mouse to "here to save the day." He exits the inferno in falling snow to discover his valuable place in the family.
The big fat white cat ends up modeling outlandish outfits made for him by a foursome of sisters in a big house, seemingly a fate worse than death.