Mondays, am I right?
Vaccinations and all the things that have to be done to cats to keep them healthy and alive for as long as possible SO WE THINK even though you’re looking at four possible combinations of how it doesn’t matter and everyone ends up the same and do I have anxiety about taking the cats out of the house in a carrier and a car for strangers to poke them and possibly lose them? What makes you ask that?
They’re going to need a bigger bed.
I really hope they’re all looking out for each other and having a ridiculous amount of fun.
Fun fact: I have never seen The Lion King, and I have no intention of ever seeing it, but my first dog was a lion, and I met him 35 years ago today. Total ripoff, Disney, releasing your lion movie on Grand Funk’s gotcha day. OR IS IT A MYSTICAL SIGN?
My cousin bird was a champion at doing freaky stuff with her eyes, and I’m honestly not sure who would win in a staring contest between her and The Woman but I know it would be a thing to see.
Shoutout to the little bird that kept me company on July 4, too. The Slinky One used to assist me with my fireworks photos, but this year it was that little one. Birds rule.
…okay, see, my first dog (who all the young lady dogs refer to as Grand Funk) looked at an exotic dancer on television ONE TIME. It was adorable of him. I’m sure if The Puppy’s boyfriend is with Grand Funk now they’re totally watching ladies dance. *ahem*
My first dog Pookie used to keep us safe from things up in the trees all the time and we had no idea what kinds of serious woodland creatures were up there. WOULD I HAVE EVEN LET HIM OUTSIDE IF I KNEW WHAT WAS UP THERE?
Listen to your heart, or the disembodied voices of your ancestors. They may lead you to a happy thing.
Body dents are cool. Literally, like even in summer, it’s like ten degrees cooler!
How do all the dogs you’ve ever known deal with the threat of skunks? Mine have all managed to scare the bejeebers out of me but it makes great stories.
I guess that answers the question of the hour.
It doesn’t? Oh. Okay. Well, 30 years ago tomorrow, this guy (pictured left, featured all week as the mysterious digger-upper of the Pandonutica, and generally known in the comic as Grand Funk) came into my life and the world was a better place for it.
Doctor Whoof’s got a TARDIS, why not go visit him?
Figures he’s still looking for that donut. (And yes, he did really bury a jelly donut and dig it up a few days later and eat it. That’s the kind of guy he was.)
So much mystery…like what is Sir Clarence, who is clearly not a cast member, doing in this strip?
You knew it had to happen eventually.