|A Waggily Tale|
A Waggily Tale is a 1958 Looney Tunes cartoon.
A boy named Junior, who treats his dog Elvis cruelly, is scolded by his mother and sent to his room to have a nap. Junior dreams that he is a dog adopted by a loving little girl, who doesn't know that dogs aren't supposed to be washed in a washing machine, or bandaged from head-to-toe after being beaten up by a scrappier, smaller dog, or toothbrushed with shaving cream. Junior awakes from his dream in shock. Now sensitive to his own dog's feelings, Junior vows to be nicer to him.
- This cartoon combines the plots of both Boyhood Daze and A Kiddies' Kitty.
- According to the Toonheads episode "Ralph Phillips", the little boy bully who owns Spike the dog in one scene from this cartoon is a caricature of Chuck Jones, the creator of the Ralph Phillips character.
- Junior would later be seen as Prince Abba-Dabba in Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales.
A similar scene from A Kiddies Kitty in this cartoon where Junior as a dog is thrown into a washing machine by a little girl and comes out of the machine as a big ball of fur is cut when aired on The WB.