There used to be a feature in the (now long defunct) Seattle Post-Intelligencer called The Intermediate Eater by John Owens. In one very funny column, titled “The return of the backyard hitman,” he talked about the social hazards of raising rabbits for food and ended with a recipe for “a root vegetable known as a chicken.”
Cats (and dogs) chew and eat grass, and mostly yuck it up afterward, but, well, Tommy must be hungry, and considering future characters, Georgia may not want to suggest the stray cat’s traditional lunch.
Say, isn’t that a Christmas cactus in the second panel?
Get your pets microchipped! Then the lost ones can be reunited with their People. (Although this wouldn’t help Tommy right now, since he has yet to be found.)
Depends. Maybe she’ll grow up to be a lesbian.
Who is the short kid?
And he has his tail wrapped around him. That’s one hunched-up, anxious kitty.
Love the flash bulb light effects.
This episode is pre-taped according to panel 1.
Uhura’s Song by Janet Kagan?