Kitty-Cat, normally a good eater, has no appetite, leaving the family to speculate over what could be wrong. Finally they call in Dr. Gunderson, a veterinarian who is woefully uninformed that Kitty-Cat is a full-grown lion. Morticia believes the doctor's skittishness around Kitty is entirely due to a lack of self-confidence. She therefore makes it her mission to have others in the family feign ailments so the doctor can have a series of examinations followed by ego-boosting miraculous recoveries, but the poor guy just wants out. Written by
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Morticia Frump Addams
Darling, why don't I cable the white hunter and tell him to expect us?
Excellent idea, my dear. Tell him: accommodations for seven people, one lion, one alligator, one octopus and one spider. Better forget the spider. I like to travel light.