Gordon tries to impress his beloved Human Kimberly by promising to introduce her to an actual unicorn; the mansion and its contents are at stake after Mr. Blik challenges his obnoxious neighbors to a race.
The cats are frantic over a shortage of root beer, after Human Kimberly stockpiles the beverage for her first slumber party, which the cats decide to crash. Later, Waffle experiences an identity crisis, trying many different roles.
The cats are visited by the ghost of their later benefactor, Mrs. Cramdilly, who spooks them into switching roles with Hovis, their butler; and the bickering feline brothers divide the house in three, which only leads to further conflicts.
Blik hires the Chumpy Chump Brothers to act as his bodyguards after he's threatened by a mean alley cat. Later, Blik accumulates a dangerous amount of static electricity while playing on a playground's slide.
A woolly mammoth is discovered by the felines, and the prehistoric creature mistakes the unmannerly Blik for his mommy. Also, Waffle becomes convinced that he's an evil genius and makes plans to take over the world.
Blik's fascination with a new female feline in town drives him and his brothers to follow her into the woods to fight a scary monster; Waffle discovers a hidden passage to a secret world where he gets to be king.
Blik, Waffle and Gordon are forced to track down their butler, Hovis, after he's transformed into a talking fish and gets washed out to sea. Later, the felines go their separate ways after getting lost in the woods.
Blik is recruited by an alien race to help them battle evil invaders after he beats a video game meant to uncover the best player in the universe; Gordon reveals he is afraid of a duck that he claims beat him up as a kitten.