|Puss n' Booty|
The title is a pun on the story "Puss in Boots", although the cartoon itself has nothing to do with it.
An unnamed woman wonders why her little pet birds keep disappearing. Rudolph the cat knows, but other than burping feathers, he's not saying. But it looks like he's met his match when the woman orders another bird from the pet shop: a little yellow canary named "Petey".
- This is notable for being the last black-and-white cartoon Warner Bros. ever made.
- While long believed to be in the public domain, the cartoon was renewed copyright in 1968.
- This cartoon may have inspired the Sylvester and Tweety cartoons created in 1947 and beyond.
- The plot of this cartoon contains similarities to the cartoon "I Taw a Putty Tat", directed by Friz Freleng and released almost four years later.
- The 1990 computer-colorized version replaces the 1939-43 LT ending card with the 1937-39 one, but keeps the original audio playing over it.
- This was one of the few black-and-white cartoons from the Sunset Productions/Guild Films package to air on Cartoon Network that still aired with a redrawn-colorized print regularly. Others included "Wholly Smoke", "Jeepers Creepers", "Porky's Bear Facts", "Porky's Pooch", and "Daffy's Southern Exposure".