In this animated show, Jim Davis' feisty feline is on his own after slipping out of the car on a trip to the vet. Forced to scrounge for food, Garfield has a run-in with the mean Ali Cat and his gang, and is later reunited with his long lost mother. Music performed by Lou Rawls and Desiree Goyette.
In Sit on It, Garfield learns from the Cat Channel that he should sit on things humans want to read, so he takes over Jon's Spanish book. In Kiddie Korner, a pig from the network tells the US Acres crew to do nursery rhymes instead of Shakespeare, but every rhyme they try is unsuitable for children. In Brainwave Broadcast, Garfield demonstrates the "telepathovisionator," which allows the audience to hear his thoughts.