“I swear to CAT I’ll swat you silly!”
“Anything that moves MUST BE ATTACKED. Autumn is a very tiring time for those of the feline purr-suasion.
Tabitha to the rescue, showing up for the last-minute super-save!
Tabitha and Puck in a common cause! You go, Tabs!
Teamwork! I love it when a plan comes together!
“Did you say ‘over’? Nothing is over until we decide it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell no!…”
Extra toes could come in handy here.
Love the grin. She enjoys the battle.
All hail the Swat Queen! Go, Tabitha, go!
Ms. Georgia D.! Some time back you gave us a PSA on whisker over-sensitivity. I changed a food bowl shape for a “problem child” and it worked like a charm. Thank you!
Those pesky leaves don’t stand a chance now.
Those are not red dots, Tabitha. Your paltry efforts cannot forestall the inevitable.
You can’t swat em through a closed window, silly cats!
Is that a Tabitha fang in panel four?
Tabitha, as always, is stylishly dressed. Love the pearls and the blue/green contrasts so nicely with her fur.
All paws on deck for “Swat O’Clock.” But wait, where is Sir Figaro?
Come on, Puck! Don’t give in now, keep swatting.
In an hour of darkness, when all life as we know it is threatened, comes a hero. A hero with only two paws. A hero with cute toe beans and gorgeous purple ears. A hero of sensitivity and fabulous fashion sense. A hero who can bring together an entire cat circle to defend them all. That hero is Pucky! Brave, brave Puck.
Swat O’Clock? That worries Elvis.
Way to go, Tabitha!!! Get those pesky leaves, girl!
Tabitha saying “It’s Swat o’clock!” needs to be on a T-shirt!
Is Tabitha wearing kitchen gloves? Or otherr gloves? Or developing wings in the last panel?
A trivial task for one who has caught the red dot.
One, two, three O’Clock, Four O’Clock Swat
Five, six, seven O’Clock, eight O’Clock Swat
Nine, ten, eleven O’Clock, twelve O’Clock Swat
We’re going to swat (the leaves) around the clock tonight.
Speaking of kitten rooms:
Obviously one who has captured the red dot will be able to handle even a heavy gust of leaves.
Tabitha: “Time to show all these nasty leaves my CAT-LIKE moves!! … HA! . Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-CHOP! . Swoop! . Annnd, KICK!! … Pretty cool, huh?!” :)
Orrrrr … For those in a more “Daffy” mood!:
“Ho! . Ha-Ha! . Guard! . Turn! . Perry! . Dodge! . Spin! . Ha! . THRUST!!”
Fang of Invincibility. Paws rapidly approaching ‘ramming speed’.
Tabitha is a supercat.
Go, Tabitha, go!
Tabitha seems to be manifesting as a multi-armed Hindu deity! No leaf can defeat her!!!
These storylines about the leaves remind me of my Meimei’s reaction the first time she saw falling leaves. She’d been born in June as nearly as we could make out (we rescued her from behind a gas station in early August). When the leaves came down, she looked like she thought the whole sky was falling. She was a tough little street urchin. I miss my Darlin’ Girl.
Tabitha decided Puck was ok after the events of last Halloween?
OT: does anyone else’s cat/s have flannel sheet-dar? I’ve had several cats who magically know when the flannel sheets go on the bed, they climb under the quilt and blanket and curl up between the sheets. I’m sure the BCN crew would never do such a thing…
IT’S SWAT O CLOCK
February 26, 2016