"A Kiddie's Kitty" is a 1955 Merrie Melodies cartoon, starring Sylvester. To escape a bulldog, Sylvester Cat allows himself to be adopted by a little girl. The little girl turns out to be rougher than the bulldog, though in her case it is entirely out of love.
- Directed by Friz Freleng
- Written by Warren Foster
- Voices: Sara Berner as Suzanne's Mom. Mel Blanc as Sylvester and the Bulldog. Lucille Bliss as Suzanne.
- Music by Milt Franklyn
- Animation by Ted Bonnicksen, Gerry Chiniquy, Art Davis.
- Layouts by Hawley Pratt
- Backgrounds by Irv Wyner
Hoping to escape a bulldog, Sylvester willingly gets himself adopted by a girl. Much to his surprise the girl is worse than a bulldog, despite it being out of love. She gives him bathes in a washing machine, gives him sardines and live made out of mud, puts him in the refrigrator so her mother doesn't find about him, then takes him out with an electric blanket that overheating, and blows facial fur off him with a rocket. At the end of all of it, Sylvester thinks he'd be better off with the dog.