Mighty Mouse is a cartoon about a tiny superhero whom is, incredibly enough, a mouse. This one is NOT just another filthy rodent scuttling along furniture and threatening humans' health with its feared fleas' bite or its nasty territory-marking practice which is a hotbed for leptospirosis. No, this is one mouse intent on doing good without causing any harm whatsoever as a side effect.
Now onwards to the cartoon. We open with the narrator setting the stage for the action to unfold, which happens from the antagonists' point of view. They eye up a couple of delicious-looking lambs and soon hatch a plan to get hold of them. At first they get one of them to dress up as a female of some species. Presumably, a female of the human species, but this proves unconvincing even to the target of their lustful obsession. He/she eventually gives up trying to lure the sheepish offspring where they want and settles up on the bright idea of outright trying to grab it, at first landing face-first onto the floor in a kind of pouncing attack, then it just chases after it. The lamb's lithe disposition to not be caught proves to be much for the frustrated hunter. So much so he calls for backup on the little bugger and soon classic cartoon pandemonium ensues. It's not until several wolfish hands bearing all sort of weapons surround the disputed lamb that the latter decides to let itself be subdued.
Watch this episode here: