Hank encounters the weirdest cat he’s ever seen, when he, Slim, Drover, and Little Alfred head over to the Hodge’s place to feed the cattle. Hank gets bumped out of the back of the Cammo-Stealth army truck, Mary D. Cat is the only one around to help keep Rip and Snort at bay. Will Slim realize Hank is missing in action? Is Mary D. Cat really a vampire? Or could it be--gulp--that she’s a good cat after all?
Songs are “Ode to a Mother Skunk” and “The Cannibal Way.”
While Slim and Loper are away from the ranch for three days, Hank suffers from - is it a double bumblebee sting, or much worse? It falls upon Sally May to nurse the stricken Hank back to health. Her patience and compassion are seriously tested, while the afflicted Hank endures humiliation at the hands of Pete, Wallace and Junior, and an insulting veterinarian. Does Sally May care after all?
New songs include: “I Was Bitten on the Nose by a Rattlesnake” and “Eating Bugs is Lots of Fun.”
Slim rescues an orphan raccoon, and much to Hank’s dismay, everyone on the ranch is enchanted with the “cute” baby coon with the beady little eyes and amazing little hands. Yet, little do they know that every time midnight rolls around, Eddy the Rac is seized with uncontrollable fits and it’s Hank’s responsibility to guard the crafty masked bandit every moment! Soon Hank finds himself teaming up with Eddy to liberate the poor “singing” cookies.
New songs include: “Cowboy’s Transfusion,” sung by Slim. Hank and Eddy sing “Free the Cookies.”
Hank assists Eddy the Rac performing amazing feats of illusion. But the magic tricks
backfire when Hank becomes a prime suspect in a felony and Eddy pulls a disappearing act. This tale leads Hank through the creepy haunted house as he tries to save his friend and clear his name.
On the audios you will hear three new songs. Hear Hank sing “What Good is a Flea or a Fly?” and “When She’s Angry.” Also hear Hank, Drover, Eddy, and Little Alfred render a rousing “Famous Heroes’ Battle Marching Song.”
Hank and Drover must deal with all sorts of strange phenomena. They must deal with an attack of the terrible Charlie Monsters and a polka-dot midget. Then they must gather every ounce of courage they have to save the ranch from the Swirling Killer Tornado.
Drover makes his singing debut with “Never Ever Bark at a Funnel-Shaped Cloud.” Hank, Drover, Wallace, and Junior sing while riding a bucking tornado!
Quail season has started. Plato the Birddog is impressing the lovely Miss Beulah with his pointing ability, when Hank tries to impress her with some bird work of his own. He chases a flock of noisy, wild turkeys away from the house. However, Sally May had been watching the turkeys. Hank’s in deep trouble. Beulah gets kidnapped by Scraunch. Can Hank save her?
Hank sings “Punt of Love” and “My Best for You.”
Hank is the proud owner of three precious steak bones and protects his fortune, burying them in Sally May’s garden. He meets Dog Pound Ralph. Returns to the garden... The bones are gone! He finds an empty Vienna sausage can in each hole. A night-stalking bone monster is loose on the ranch!
You can hear “Drover’s Wake-up Song,” and “I’d Like To Be Your Pal,” which Hank sings to Miss Scamper.
Hank discovers an elixir that gives him a huge burst of energy-Sally May’s bucket of root stimulator. It gave him such a kick, he challenges Rufus, the Doberman Pincher to a fight, only to discover that Sally May has filled the bucket with mopwater. Big trouble for the Head of Ranch Security.
On the audios, you’ll hear two new songs. Hank sings “The Mopwater Song.” And Rip and Snort do a rousing little number called “We’re Proud to be Ignoramuses.”
Marauding trespassers are threatening to stampede the cattle. It’s Hank the Cowdog,
Head of Ranch Security, to the rescue as he: tracks down enemy agent, Mysterious Esther, escapes the relentless Vampire Vacuum Sweeper, and confronts Buster and his gang. Will Hank prevail and save the ranch? Find out in this actionpacked episode.
There are two more new songs on the audio versions. Hank and Drover sing “Freezing on the Porch,” and Hank sings “The Porcupine Blues.”
Hank has his paws full when he discovers a mother cat and six kittens trespassing in a
haystack on his very own ranch. (Have we mentioned cowdogs don’t like cats?) Join Hank as he is trapped in a runaway pickup, surrounded by a herd of stray cats, and
forced to battle a raging bull. Can Hank stop the cats from taking over his ranch?
The audios have two new songs: “Slim’s Boring Song” and Hank sings “Kitties Will Grow into Cats.”