The farm also had a diverse cast of characters in terms of non-food animals. Bobi was a loving dog who made Scooby Doo noises when he suffered the terrible misfortune of being chained up and unable to go fight with the neighborhood dogs. (He once stayed out all night, and was driven back to Teo’s house by an old man in the village who lived very close by. Teo learned that he had driven such a short distance because there was a rumor that his car was broken, and he needed to drive by the local gossip’s house to prove his car was fine.)
The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
Teo liked to compare all the pets to office personalities. One of the dogs next door, who seemed to have a constantly worried expression, was the senior, workaholic manager. Mr. Cat was the normally productive and skilled young man but who lately had been distracted from his mice-chasing duties by the new young intern.
That intern was the new, as-yet-unnamed cat, who had been raised by an indoor-cat mother. Teo’s mom thought the cat was worthless, shooing her from the kitchen and admonishing her in Romanian to go catch mice. Then one day, Teo saw a mouse in the outdoor kitchen and dropped the cat in front of it. And that was the first documented mouse-catching of Intern cat.
tUnE-yArDs – Little Tiger