Volume 3, Episode 8: Spectra uses her beast reporting skills to uncover purr-sonal secrets about Toralei!
Toralei was born as the smallest of a litter of six, which in its entirety was abandoned at a young age. Toralei's siblings got adopted soon enough by a troll couple, but Toralei was left to fend for herself. Being an adaptive kitty, Toralei did just that until her mid-teenage years, when she was arrested and placed into the pound. There she met Meowlody and Purrsephone, her best friends in life ever since, and worked her way to the top of the pound's food chain. Eventually, this situation came to an end to when one day the werecat trio received a visit from Headless Headmistress Bloodgood of Monster High, who invited them to enroll in her school. The trio eagerly accepted, glad to leave the pound and ready to tackle the school's food chain the same way they did the pound's.
The program comes to an end and Spectra anxiously asks Toralei for her opinion on it. Toralei proclaims that she loves it.
- The title of the webisode is a play on The Nine Lives of Chloe King or, less likely, The Three Lives of Thomasina.
- The scenes shown on the TV screen early in the webisode are from "Rising From the Dead" and "Queen of the Scammed".
- Considering Spectra's reputation for 'news' consisting of half-truths and fantasy, this webisode isn't to be taken seriously. It's established in the doll logs that the werecats live easy lives and several of the events mentioned directly clash with the cartoon canon, such as Toralei, Meowlody and Purrsephone enrolling in Monster High after Frankie and Abbey.
- A screenshot from this webisode was used for the back of the box of Ghoul's Alive! Toralei Stripe.
- This is the first time since their introduction in "Scream Building" that Meowlody's and Purrsephone's names are mentioned in the cartoon series.