You know I drew all of these and then found out a friend’s daughter was going to be at the Olympics? I made an offhand comment that she should hug the mascot for me, and I swear a few days later she posted a selfie with Soohorang. It made me super happy.
My sons are very excited for the Black Panther movie, and so am I.
I know, it’s a luge. Lugecats sounds gross, though.
Imagine my surprise when I found out the Olympic mascot was a white tiger.
I can’t get away from tigers, can I?
Yay, comics about the Olympics!
Take time for huggies…or whatever you can get.
Who knew seeing a tiger could make the world brighter? (Cat people, that’s who.)
My snow pants are old enough to vote but the furry babies still don’t get why I need extra pants in the freeze.
Now my memories are yours.
She is totally chill about birds landing all around her. Squirrels, too. I hadn’t thought about disguising the kittens as birds before now. I think she’d see through it.
Wait, I thought I said when I finished Wednesday’s comic the ginger kitten disappeared? Well, yeah, I had this comic finished ahead of the last. This is not why she disappeared; at least after this she knew to go to the porch, when I went out to apologize for my laywer and to show her the different shapes of Surfin’ Turfin’ crunchies. She loved the fish-shaped ones. I think the lady down the hill serves those too. I hope so.
Two weeks ago I thought it would be clever to start the year with a musical number. Here’s hoping it plays out exactly as I drew it.
Wishing you good times ahead!
Here’s a present to everyone who is pottering around on the Internet today. Cheers!
Winter Solstice is my jam. This autumn was mild but that only made it more of a bummer that we had to be indoors before 4 o’clock. Yes, I am a cat and yes, all domestic cats must be indoors before it gets too dim to see the paws in front of us. The Puppy is also a cat. NEXT STOP, SPRING!