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Feed the kitty
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Marc Anthony and Pussyfoot sometimes called "Kitty," but in some of the Warner Brothers animation history books, she is referred to as "Cleo" are animated characters in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons. Marc Anthony is a burly bulldog who is usually brown with a tan belly and black ears, although his coloration varies in some shorts. Pussyfoot is an extremely cute kitten to whom Marc Anthony is utterly devoted. Charles Jones has discussed the efforts to maximize the kitten's sheer adorableness. All head and eyes, she is black with a white face and belly and a white tip on her fluffy tail. Jones would largely repeat the scenario in with " Kiss Me Cat ", only this time, Marc Anthony tries to convince his owners that the kitten now named Pussyfoot is a champion mouser so that they will let him keep her.
Marc Anthony, a massive-chested bulldog, tries to intimidate a cute little stray kitten with his ferocious barking and grimacing. Not only is the kitten not frightened, she climbs right up on the dog's back and prepares to nestle herself in his fur. Despite wincing at her kneading, Marc instantly falls for the sleeping kitten and decides to adopt her, bringing she home with him. Upon his arrival, his human owner voiced by Bea Benaderet , tired of picking up his things, orders him not to bring one more thing inside the house. Much of the cartoon centers on the kitten continually getting into things around the house and coming very close to alerting Marc Anthony's owner of her presence, with the dog employing numerous tactics to hide or disguise her as common household items. As the woman becomes increasingly confused by her dog's suddenly odd behavior, the kitten continues to play.
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Marc Antony is a burly bulldog that is usually brown with a tan belly and black ears, though his coloration varies in some shorts. He bears a close resemblance to Hector the Bulldog , but with thinner back legs and minus the outer fangs. The characters seem to be named as an allusion to Marc Antony and Cleopatra, who were lovers detailed in Plutarch's Parallel Lives.
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