No, not Streaky...man, this one is gonna be hard to explain.
Catwoman has hypnotized Lois Lane into believing that she (Lois) is actually Catwoman, in a particularly inane plot to steal all of the Penguin's loot (don't ask). Lois manages to break the hypnotic spell, but pretends that she still believes herself to be Catwoman, so she can penetrate Catwoman's lair and "capture" her gang.
Meanwhile, the real Catwoman has captured Superman (don't ask) and used "Circe's wand" (don't ask) to transform Superman into a "super-cat." Really.
So now Lois, still dressed as Catwoman, is investigating the Cat-acombs (hey, I didn't write it!), and is menaced by a "cageful of weird giant cats, which (the real Catwoman) bred experimentally. Each one is as savage as a dozen tigers!"
How can Lois be saved?
SUPER-CAT SUCKA PUNCH!!!
Bonus somewhat disturbing panel:
Bonus panel stolen from my dreams:
This is definitely one odd issue. Don't get me started on how Super-Cat has to obey orders given to him in rhyme...But Bahlactus has a five-year mission: to seek out and explore new SUCKA PUNCHES. And of course we obey!!
Really bizarre stuff comes from Lois Lane #70, 1966. I suspect I'll be covering this whole issue, and part 2 in the following issue, because dammit, it's a dirty job, but someone has gotta do it!!