There’s a sudden creepling population problem in Megakat City, when suddenly all the golf balls start disappearing . . .
A cosmic accident switches two Felinas from two very different universes (based on the two author’s personal fanfic universes).
With T-Bone laid up from a SWAT-Kat-related injury, Razor treats Ann Gora to a series of interviews that turn out to be more than that. Now Ann has a dangerous choice to make that might get the SWAT Kats killed.
During the 1920’s, Megakat City is overrun by mob bosses and illegal alcohol. It’s up to undercover federal agents Jake, Chance, and two Ferals to keep things from getting out of paw when a mob war erupts between the Manges and Dark Kat.
Lt. Felina Feral’s pretty sure the Ball will be boring, until Dr. Viper shows up…
When the Pastmaster kidnaps Callie, the SWAT Kats and the two Feral’s attempts to save her find them in the Ice Age and prehistoric times.
Felina and T-Bone attempt to infiltrate a smuggler’s gang.
Hard Drive steals an enforcer tank and kidnaps Felina . . . so who’s gonna save her?
Otherwise titled, “Chance’s bad day.” While Jake and Chance are in Enforcer HQ for a clerical error, the Metallikats decide to take over the building.
Someone is shooting down enforcers, and T-Bone is worried about Felina’s welfare.
It’s been a rather glum week for Megakat City. Felina’s having problems with her parents again, and Feral and the SWAT Kats have their paws full with Dark Kat. At least Jake’s finally getting chance at a little romance.
The contents of the security tape in the Megakat Museum from a robbery lead Feral to suspect … Callie Briggs and Felina Feral? Unfortunately for our favorite enforcer she-kat, her alibi involves the fiance she still hasn’t brought herself to tell her uncle about…
Feral has something up his sleeve when he finally catches the SWAT Kats and puts them on trial. This is only complicated by the fact that Felina’s….
A hold up becomes a hostage situation, and unfortunately for the SWAT Kats and Felina, many of their relatives are involved.
Officer Harry Snow snaps, feeling life is too painful to continue, and his friends and coworkers team up to convince him otherwise.
For fans of the movie and show that this title is obviously derived from (“Buffy, the Vampire Slayer”). Callie’s the next Slayer, but now if she would just listen to Feral about it . . .
A spoof of “The X-Files.” Agent Felina Scully just got a new partner, the resident spook of the bureau — Agent Jake Mulder. Their first assignment — someone has been cutting off the tails of their murder victims.
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