Patty and Ross buy three kittens from a neighborhood kid but before they can sell them for a profit they lose track of each cat. One by one, Cathy, Martin and Natalie each find one of the cats. And they all want to keep one for themselves!

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Patty and Ross buy three kittens from a neighborhood kid but before they can sell them for a profit they lose track of each cat. One by one, Cathy, Martin and Natalie each find one of the cats. And they all want to keep one for themselves!

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6 April 1966 (USA)  »

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The title is from an English nursery rhyme: "Three little kittens had lost their mittens..." See more »

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Near the end of the show when Patty along with her mom and dad are in the kitchen and discover that each of them has a cat, Martin is holding the cat with the stripes on its legs (Martin calls it the healthiest of the three). When the doorbell rings and the camera view shows the three of them coming out of the kitchen into the living room, Patty is now holding the cat with the stripes on its legs. See more »

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