<article> <figure> <img src="http://image.tmdb.org/t/p/w780/cYHr16s9WcdHZoMQwciIDbzuQvF.jpg" title='The Flying Cat' alt='The Flying Cat'/> </figure> <h1>The Flying Cat</h1> <p>Tom sets out to capture and eat a sleeping canary. Jerry is walking out, preparing for a new day, when he spots the vulpine manner in which Tom is acting. As Tom steals the canary in its cage, Jerry trips the cat and Tom loses the canary. The cage rolls into the tree, jolting the canary and waking it up. The first thing he sees is the ongoing chase and he helps Jerry out by tangling Tom in the drying lines and sectioning him. Tom instead chases the canary with an axe, but misses and chops down a pole, which hits Tom on the head and comically nails Tom into the ground. As Jerry is being pursued, the canary motions for him to join him up in the birdhouse. Tom follows him up, but the canary gives him a 2,000-lb weight and Tom plummets. The two shake hands but the peace doesn't last long as Tom erects a ladder and starts to climb it. But before Tom can reach the top, the canary lights a match to it. Tom and the ladder are left burned and completely black.</p> <details><summary>Runtime: 7</summary> <summary>Release date: 1952-01-12</summary></details> </article>