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Published on May 11, 2012
In this episode of CAT CLIPS: Outside the cats' house, an army of angry squirrels gets ready for an attack. Their first mission is to cut power and electricity to the house. Meanwhile, in the house, Boots talks to Trey about seeing his ex-girlfriend Twinkle in the backyard, though she seems to have disappeared for now. Back outside, the squirrels begin to plant nut bombs around the perimeter of the house. Tuck witnessed a rogue squirrel in the frontward and begins to suspect something is amiss. He confides in Honey (the ghost cat) about his suspicions, and she suggests she warns the other talking cats about a possible "situation." Will the cats be able to find off another squirrel attack? Or will the members of Defenders of the Nut accomplish their goal? Find out what happens next in this fast & funny episode of CAT CLIPS.
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About Cat Clips
Created by Michael Latshaw, this episode is part of the humorous "Cat Clips" series, which features the ongoing adventures of a group of talking cats in the New Jersey suburbs. The cats are avid fans of pop culture and fill their days discussing the latest celebrity gossip, political mishaps and topical entertainment related subject matter. They also engage in plenty of mystery and intrigue, as they continually try to scheme and outmaneuver each other, most often with comical results.
Meet the Talking Cats of CAT CLIPS:
Honey (aka Chase), an orange and white long-haired domestic, is the oldest female of the group, and loves to eat chocolate and other sweet treats. Often referred to as "Big Mama," the Mother of the clan is not afraid to give her opinion on almost anything—whether you ask for it or not. (Later in the series, it's discovered that Honey is actually a diabetic and so she must reluctantly give up her pension for popsicles and pastries in favor of daily insulin shots.)
Trey is an all-black short-haired domestic cat who often looks at life through a cynical pair of eyes. Though he teases Honey relentlessly, he also feels a deep affection for her, and it soon becomes apparent that his tough exterior is mostly for show.
Tipi arrives in Episode #36 to become the youngest female feline of the group. She is an extremely ambitious cat with only one thing on her mind—to become a huge mega-star. She loves to sing, dance and act, and uses every opportunity to promote herself and her desire to become a leading actress. A spin-off series called "Dear Tipi" was developed to help facilitate her desire for global recognition.
Tuck is a Bengal cat and the offspring of one of Honey's British relatives. He arrives in Episode #44 just in time for Valentine's Day. Though Tuck instantly bonds with Honey and Tipi, Trey doesn't trust him and is quite reluctant to allow the foreigner into the fold. But eventually, Tuck wins over the older male cat with his positive energy and upbeat personality. Soon after, Tuck falls madly in love with Tipi, who rejects his advances in favor of her career ambitions.
Boots is the newest member of the cast, arriving in Episode #105, and actually appears as a ghost in the series. Although his back story is still somewhat vague, we do know that when he was living, he was owned by the great and powerful Wizard of Wit. This not only gives him an interesting perspective on things, but also access to various types of magical powers. After Honey passes away in Episode #135 and then returns in Episode #143 as a ghost, Boots confesses the truth about his true identity, and reveals himself as a real cat.