Creator Breakdown: The idea for the show came from co-creator Savage Steve Holland's failed experience as a cat owner. All three of his cats died for tragic reasons, with one of them jumping out a 15-story window, another getting carried away by a hawk, and the last one (actually named Eek) drinking antifreeze and passing out in the driveway.
Over in Eek, Charlie Adler voiced B.J. (plus Bill in TTL and many incidental characters), Elizabeth Daily was Wendy Elizabeth and Cozy the Squish Bear note (Elizabeth Daily is the real name of singer-cum-voice actress E.G. Daily, who is best remembered as Tommy Pickles from the Rugrats series or Buttercup on The Powerpuff Girls), Dan Castellanetanote (Homer Simpson and many other The Simpsons characters, like Mayor Diamond Joe Quimby, Krusty the Clown, Sideshow Mel, Hans Moleman, Barney Gumble, Charlie the nuclear plant worker, Grampa Simpson, and Groundskeeper Willie) and later John Kassirnote (the voice of The Cryptkeeper and Charlie Adler's replacement voice for Buster on Tiny Toon Adventures) were Eek's chronically nervous pal Mittens, Tawny Kitaen note (probably best remembered for dancing on the car hoods on the "Here I Go Again" video wearing nothing but a white dress) was the first voice of Annabelle, and CamClarke was two of the Squishy Bearz (Puffy and Wuz Wuz), as well as Ryan Heap in Klutter.
Keep Circulating the Tapes: Your best bet for the show is YouTube or, if you taped the show when it first came on in the 1990s, VHS tapes. It's pretty much stuck in the Disney vaults, since they got the show after acquiring Saban/Fox Kids back in 2001 and, while some foreign networks (mainly Jetix before those networks were rebranded) have run the show in recent years, it's not likely to be seen here anytime soon.