Appu, Neena and Tiger read out a sad nursery rhyme. Tiger is the saddest of the three to hear what happens in the story. Old Mother Hubbard's pet dog runs away in search of a bone.
Tiger is extremely concerned and takes one of his own treats. They all spin and disappear into the song. Old Mother Hubbard is touched to find them. She gives them a picture of her poor dog, Fred.
The trio first head to the 'Rub-a-dub-dub' men who have a large incorporation of their own called the Butcher, Baker and Candlestick Maker. Inc Every single citizen of the nursery rhyme town gives a 'no' to their question.
They get one good lead from Little Boy Blue. There is a good chance Fred is in the company of other dogs at the Barking Lot. Woof! Woof! The trio run to the barking lot. There are all kinds of pooches but not a sight of Fred.
Neena spots The-Dog-That-Laughed. He seems to know more than most that they have met so far. He is sure of where they could find him. It is not a safe place, though... It's Mary Quite Contrary's garden.
Watch the episode to know what gets Fred out of the garden.
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