Just look how smug Lupin is. And justifiably so!
Awww…! Defeat, and with witnesses! Poor Goldie girl. What a racket – and is that the Inaugural Goldie Poof I see in the third and fourth panels? Mark your BCN calendars, Mega Orb!
At least the Boys have all seen her now. They’re on the case!
I think Goldie’s tail poof is epic. Lupin is vindicated. Elvis can’t believe his eyes. Sweet Pucky wants to help. Details at Eleven!
Goldie’s has a tail poof to rival Elvis. I see that Natasha is tagging along with her.
If you would just stop that noise, Goldie has a few questions.
Wouldn’t be surprised if we get some Robber Mouse provided info at some point. They probably know how to talk to the Trash Panda Gang.
Poor Goldie, she’s gotta be so confused right now. I wanna reach through the computer and give her a nice cuddle and skritch (if she likes cuddles, at least). Georgia, please give her a bit of extra attention from me!
Poor Goldie on the run again. At least she has a new friend with Natasha following her. Wonder where whe is going …the greenhouse for safety and warmth? Will the boys let the man and woman know about the ginger cat? So many twists and turns.
“Just Walk Away”, Reneé – and nobody gets hurt!
All her hopes are now dashed. Told you so.
Boys! Tell the Man and the Woman to help Goldie!
“Clang, clang, clang went the trolley” — take it away, Kitty Katz!
Elvis has been freed from the drawer, at least! (Or should that be “Elvis has left the drawer”?)
Lupin, she needs help, not smugness. (But the others deserve your smug)
Those are quite noisy raccoons.
Nice poof there, Goldie.
By the way, Happy Wavesday!(Waving my bear hand at cha)
Triple toe bean sighting!
At least the trash pandas didn’t attack Goldie.
Raccoons, how uncouth. And a tip of the hat to Lupin. Vindication is a dish best served with Ice-cream and sprinkles.
Those pesky ruffians need to be taught a lesson.
Glad the raccoons didn’t hurt Goldie, and that finally, the other boys found out that Lupin was right!!!
Love the Judy Blume reference!
How uncouth of the raccoons! Mind you, that behaviour is pretty much true to life.
“He Knew He was Right.”
Mean ol’ raccoons! Too bad Goldie doesn’t know a, Coon Hound! That kind of dog would show you who’s boss!
The last time I saw a tail like Goldie’s it (and its twin) were dangling from the grips on my bike’s handlebars, c. 1963!
Oh, that vulnerable and uncertain little face in the first two panels! Poor lost baby girl!
OT: John Lennon would be 79 today.
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.” – John Lennon
Always happy to see a Robber Mouse.
The beginning of tomorrow’s strip as I imagine it:
Lupin, at anchor desk: “Local cat right all along.”
Puck, on Camera One: “Lupin, I’m here live where an epidemic of smugness has broken out…”
Cute raccoons with their cymbal-like lids:)Poor little Goldie.
‘Goldie Girl Gallops from Grubby Guttersnipes’
The Lost Files: Recovered Recordings of ‘The Case of the Missing People’
Coming soon! … On CN !! :)
Poor Goldie! I love her so much and my heart aches for her abandonment. She’s such a plucky cat and her tail poof is the best! Good boys, please help her ASAP!
Poor Goldie just wants to ask some questions, you naughty raccoons!
Here’s some cat and raccoon action : Cat lets raccoon have it for touching it!
It’s not often you see references to Judy Blume and Mad Max in the same comic strip.
Raccoons are smart and persistent. I had a magnetically-latched cat door but a raccoon kept getting in. I finally set up two video cameras and a motion sensor to find out how he did it. The raccoon had figured out that the latch prevents a push entry but not a pull entry. He snagged the door flap with a claw, lifted it and let himself in. I finally discouraged him by leaving a vacuum cleaner plugged into a remote-controlled power switch inside the room with the cat flap. The next time I heard the raccoon (and knew where my cats were), I turned on the vacuum cleaner. He got out fast and never came back.
Oww, we want the trash, give up the trash
Oww, we need the trash, we gotta have that trash
Oww, we need the trash, we gotta have that trash…
Goldie’s tail has become quite fluffy. :-)
Natasha needs to stick those raccoons with one of her “swords” rather than join Goldie and run from them. Though I’m not Sure Puck and Elvis see Goldie, kinda look like their looking at the evil racoons clashing trash can lids together.
It occurs to me that Goldie might be hungry.
Those trash can lids sure can make a racket. I hope there aren’t any mephitidae close by who might get….startled!
February 26, 2016