|The Mouse-Merized Cat|
Babbit hypnotizes Catstello who refuses but fails and finds himself acting like Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Rochester (Jack Benny's sidekick), and then a chicken, and a dog. Babbit hypnotizes him back, but Castello decides to hypnotize both of them into a cowboy and a horse, so he can enjoy their house in peace.
- Much like Frank Tashlin's "Tale of Two Mice" (1945), in this cartoon both Babbit and Catstello are recast as mice wanting to get cheese while avoiding a cat, and has Catstello turning against Babbit at the end.
- Most cartoons like this one keep their original ending title cards left intact. Others include "Scaredy Cat", "Fair and Worm-er", "The Goofy Gophers", "Tweetie Pie", "What's Brewin', Bruin?", "Hop, Look and Listen", "Crowing Pains", "You Were Never Duckier", "The Shell Shocked Egg", "The Foghorn Leghorn", "The Foxy Duckling" and "Back Alley Oproar".
- The WB shortened the scene of Babbit trying to hypnotize Catstello so the viewers couldn't see Babbit slapping Catstello in the face several times.[citation needed|date=]
- Both Cartoon Network and The WB cut the scene of Babbit hypnotizing Catstello to act like Rochester receiving a telephone call from Jack Benny (though there was a time in the late 2000s when Cartoon Network aired this scene uncensored. Whether this was a mistake or a sign that their censors were lightening up on allowing objectionable content isn't known).