Robert McKimson, and his brother Charles, don’t get enough credit in the WB universe, in my opinion. I admit they didn’t experiment as the other directors did, like the technical streamlining Freleng adopted, or the use of graphic elements as Jones, but I enjoy the work. The figures are more rounded than Freleng, and faces have a Stan Laurel feel in a lot of shots. I always wondered how the brothers worked together for decades, considering many siblings can’t stand holiday dinners with one another. These are from Mouse Placed Kitten (1959) where a kitty is adopted by two mice. There are elements of the “Pussyfoot” cartoons initially, but it quickly moves on.