In his master's eyes, "good old Shep" is the perfect dog, but the cat knows he's really a two-faced mutt who can be bought off with a bone by a burglar, and then take credit for it when the cat chases the crook off. But then Shep becomes obsessed by a newspaper story proclaiming a real canine hero the nation's "No. 1 Dog."
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Did You Know?
Some of the footage was from a cartoon never finished: "For He's a Jolly Good Fala". That cartoon featured Franklin D. Roosevelt
who died during production. See more
A Little on the Lonely Side
Written by Richard Robertson
, Frank Weldon
and James Cavanaugh
Played when the cat puts his fish bones on the plate
Also played when the cat returns the meat See more