Hank starts out to give Pete the Barncat a little scare, but to his surprise Pete turns out to be Sinister the Bobcat. Hank finds himself on a mission to save Little Alfred. Hank stumbles upon Madame Moonshine and gets trapped by
Rip and Snort. Will Hank find a way out and will he rescue Little Alfred?
There are three more original songs: “Disorientation,” “I Love All Kinds of Stuff,” and “The Storm.”
Someone or something has been robbing eggs from the chicken house. Hank stakes out the chicken house and to his surprise sees a fiddle-playing fox hop in with the hens, play them some hot fiddle music, and then accept
several fresh eggs as his payment! Instead of arresting Frankie the Fox, Hank joins forces with him to try and win the heart of Beulah the
Hear two new songs and some great fiddle playing by Frankie McWhorter.
Wallace the Buzzard flies through the windshield of Slim’s pickup. Wounded and knocked silly, he goes to town with Slim, Hank, Drover, and Little Alfred, to watch a Santa Claus parade. Is Wallace Christmas dinner for Buster and Muggs? A sniveling poodle versus Hank?
Junior sings “My Daddy Had a Wreck Today,” and Wallace sings “A Pox, A Pox on Emily Post.”
A convoy of circus trucks is passing through the ranch. The last truck in the column hits a bump and a large red box falls off and comes to rest in the pasture. Hank and Drover investigate the box and discover that it contains a circus monkey. Pete advises Hank not to open it, but Hank’s curiosity gets the best of him. What follows is fun and adventure.
Listen to two new songs: “Monkey Business” and “I Can See You Now.”
Hank makes a foolish bet with his archenemy, Pete the Barncat, that he can catch the Lumberpile Bunny. He loses the wager, his job, his pride, and even his gunny sack bed under the gas tanks. Hank begins to plot
revenge. He must dispose of the cat. That sounds simple. But without Pete, Hank discovers scrap time has lost all its joy and meaning.
Hear two songs: “I Must Dispose of the Cat” and “Prairie Vespers.”
A terrible winter storm strikes the Texas Panhandle. Down at Slim’s place, Hank and Drover listen to the wind howling outside, watching the snow pile up outside. The phone rings. It’s High Loper. Baby Molly has a bad cough and needs medicine. Can Hank go out into the blizzard and make it all the way to Headquarters with the cough medicine? Or will he be captured and eaten by Rip and Snort?
Rip and Snort sing “We Don’t Give a Hoot” and Hank does a touching ballad called “Oh Flee, My Love.”
What happens when Hank the Cowdog finds himself stuck in town and facing the mean, monster Great Dane, “Rambo”? Rambo’s only weakness is that he’s a car-barkaholic. He just can’t resist chasing and barking at passing cars. Join Hank as he runs the Eighteen-wheeler Marathon, charms his
nieces and nephews with tales of courage, and enlists Dog-Pound Ralph in a scheme to banish Rambo.
You will hear Hank sing “The Chicken Bone
Blues” and “Hymn to the Home.”
Against her better judgement, Sally May leaves the ranch in Slim’s care. While Slim naps, Hank and Little Alfred subject strawberry ice cream to rigorous product testing and then go for a ride in a mysterious spaceship. But it’s when Slim finally awakens that their adventures really begin. Hank saves Slim from sure death, endures a terrible whipping from the Hooking Bull, and much, much more.
On the audio version you will hear “Just Another Cowboy Day,” and Wallace and Junior singing “Family Fugue.”
Wonder if cattle rustlers still exist? Well, they do. Hank and Slim go on a camping trip to see if they can catch the mysterious stranger who is stealing calves. Hank devours all of Slim’s camp meat (weenies) and chews the
tent rope in half during a thunderstorm. Slim gets soaked, but fortunately he never figures out why the rope broke.
Hear “See the Morning Sun Ascending” and “Alas and Alack,” which tells of a cowboy who went to the circus.
Pete warns Hank that a stray dog has invaded the ranch and is lurking inside the machine shed. Naturally, Hank goes to investigate, and sure enough, he finds the Phantom Dog--in an old mirror stored in the machine shed. But then Drover looks into the same mirror and sees a “Handsome Prince.” Holy smokes, it appears
that two dogs have invaded the ranch!
The story features two new songs “Poor Me” and “Gloria.”