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Garfield and Friends

On a 1994 episode of Garfield and Friends titled "Thoroughly Mixed-Up Mouse," two mice (Floyd and Irwin) find themselves in the Arbuckle house. Irwin has decided that he would much prefer the lifestlye of a cat and uses a familiar image to try and convince Floyd.

  

FLOYD: Irwin, you're a mouse. You can't be a cat!

IRWIN: Why not? Every mouse should have the right to be a cat! (turns on TV) Didn't you ever see this guy who does this TV show for kids?

MAN ON TV: And you can be anything you want to be, boys and girls. Anything at all.

IRWIN: You see? You see? He says I can be whatever I wanna be. Well, what I want to be is a cat.

FLOYD: Irwin! He means you can be successful or have any kind of job you want. He doesn't mean you can change your species!

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