After Wellington, (the same dog in Doggone Cats (1947)) notices the skunk's vacant house, it goes in quickly, to the warm bed. There is a sign on the door of BACK in 1 HOUR (in blue letters), referring to the skunk's soon arrival. When Wellington shut the door, the sign stayed on the door but flipped around, with DO NOT DISTURB! (in red letters) on opposite side of the board.
After Wellington, the dog gets a cold, the skunk tosses a rock with a paper sign, through a window "WARNING! A COLD CAN BE FATAL! SEE YOUR DOCTOR NOW! And the dog checks a telephone book as soon as it sees "DOCTOR GAZUNTHETT"'s name, (the skunk comes in disguise) before a phone call could occur. Then with mustard plaster put on the dogs face and the page being pulled off, The dogs face is on the mustard plaster, temporarily. The skunk puts it back on the dogs face and the dogs face is put back on the dog. After numerous medical works, the dog no longer has a cold. Then, the disguised skunk leaves his house, temporarily.