YMMV / Feed the Kitty

  • Crosses the Line Twice: Armed with the knowledge that the kitten is perfectly safe, we're allowed to laugh at Anthony's trauma over his (supposed) death, then getting salt rubbed in his wounds when his mistress gives him a kitten-shapped cookie, unaware of it's sentimental value.
  • Crowning Moment of Funny:
    • Marc Anthony's "Who, me?" face when he hides Pussyfoot in the cupboard. According to his autobiography, Chuck Jones drew at least a hundred versions of that face before getting it just right.
    • Marc Anthony's reaction to his owner making the cookies (see Cross the Line Twice).
  • Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: When Marc Anthony's owner lets him keep Pussyfoot, he playfully scolds the kitten for scaring him... at which point Pussyfoot plays with his finger and he hugs him.
    • The beginning of the cartoon where Pussyfoot isn't scared of Marc Anthony, who attempts to scare him, and climbs onto his back, kneads his fur, and curls up fast asleep. Marc Anthony softens up and gives the kitten a little kiss on the forehead and the kitten licks his nose.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Pussyfoot. There's even lots of merchandise of him sold at the Six Flags theme parks.
  • Misaimed Fandom: Even Chuck Jones was surprised at how much he teared up when Marc Anthony thought his kitten was dead.
  • Tear Jerker: When it looks like Pussyfoot was baked into a cookie, to Marc Anthony's horror. It really gets driven home when the lady of the house gives him a cat-shaped cookie, which he thinks is his dead kitty, and slowly puts it on his back where Pussyfoot had napped before, as he promptly breaks down. Note that this was actually intended to be funny; Chuck didn't think anybody would take the scene at face value.
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: Pussyfoot (though the lady of the house calls the kitten "him" when giving Marc Anthony the stock responsible pet owner speech). Adding to the confusion is that the kitten's Leitmotif is "Ain't She Sweet".