Heavenly Puss is a 1949 one-reel animated cartoon and is the 42nd Tom and Jerry short, created in 1948, and released on 9 July 1949.
At the end in Heavenly Puss it is revealed that Tom was actually dreaming and he finally wakes up when a piece of hot coal burns his tail, much to his relief. Then, Tom coaxes Jerry out of his hole, and suddenly peppers him with kisses and hugs him with joy, much to Jerry's confusion.
Tom pleads Jerry to sign, bringing cake, but Jerry eats the cake quick and sprays the pen's ink into Tom's face. Heavenly Puss cartoon's music was composed by Scott Bradley and the animation was credited to Ray Patterson, Irven Spence, Kenneth Muse and Ed Barge.
In the movie Heavenly Puss Tom attempts to bribe Jerry with a piece of cheese, but this upsets Jerry and he tears up the certificate, causing Tom into rage, violently grabbing Jerry.
Before Tom attempted to hit Jerry, the devil pops out and reminds Tom of the consequence of doing so, tempting him to finish the job. In fear, Tom quickly acts compassionately, as the devil disappears. After quickly taping up the torn certificate, Tom pleads with Jerry into signing it, which Jerry sympathetically does in the end.