Tom now winds up a swing and manages to hang on to the birdhouse with his fingers, but the two allies crush them and Tom yells and lets go of the birdhouse. His head goes so low that it digs through the ground.
Tom tries to pole-vault to the birdhouse, but the canary provides a rollerskate and Tom is sent out of control into a nearby house. After wrecking the entire second floor, Tom comes out the other side. Tom is hanging by a girdle, but it doesn't hold for long. Tom soon discovers, though, that the girdle makes a pair of wings. He delights in his new ability until he fails to spot a mailbox in his path.
Tom recovers and sets out to the roof of the house and jumps off. HE CAN FLY! Tom makes sure to pass by the window of the birdhouse so Jerry can see him. Jerry does spot him, but it takes a double take to realize what he's seeing. He lets out a gasp and wakes the canary to tell him. Jerry articulates what he's seen, but the canary laughs and goes back to sleep. Jerry finally gets his way, and the canary goes out to investigate. He is soon scared out of his feathers. Tom flies after the canary, but both of them run into a church bell. The canary and Jerry pull up the roof and turn it inside out. Tom can't avoid the nails. Tom lands in a pond and waters the local plants due to the holes in his rear end.
Jerry slides down the pole, salutes the canary, and walks away, but is soon overtaken by Tom. The canary unties Tom's wings and Tom falls 300 feet, slicing a tree in half because of his speed, giving him long legs. The canary then carries Jerry away, but Tom chases them into a train tunnel. Unfortunately for Tom, a train is coming out of the tunnel and slams the cat into a trestle from which he is suspended, as the canary and Jerry, who are on the train, shake hands one last time.