Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for February 12, 2020


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    Jayfbird1969  3 months ago

    Aww Beatrix toe bean fest! And yes she has a very good point. Why didn’t anyone think to ask her to find out what a blizzard was?

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    LuvyaBebe05  3 months ago

    So many toebeans!!!!

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    Le'letha Premium Member 3 months ago

    Think fast, boys! (Hint: the correct answer is “Because we’re very silly – we’re also very sorry, Beatrix. Please share some things you know about blizzards from your thorough research.”)

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    Leanne  3 months ago

    Still love Bea’s tiny kitten tail! She looks so miffed in panel 3, how dare the boys forget her role!

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    Kaputnik  3 months ago

    Salty is slang for annoyed now? Sigh. Why even try to keep track?

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    Strob Premium Member 3 months ago

    I think someone here asked that very question.

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    DennisinSeattle Premium Member 3 months ago

    It was suggested by some readers that they consult with Beatrix.

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    Robin Harwood  3 months ago

    How could they ask her if the power was off?

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    Aslan Balaur  3 months ago

    Am I counting right? Does Bea have 8 or 9 jelly beans on each foot? Wow that would be a cuteness overload!

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    WelshRat Premium Member 3 months ago

    Her integrity has been assalted!

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    dmah  3 months ago

    (… chuckle …) Bea’s bonus toe beans must’ve come in handy when she made those paper snowflakes! :D

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    Gent  3 months ago

    If the power was gone, how did you manage to broadcast your channel’s shows?

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    catmom1360 Premium Member 3 months ago

    In the last panel it looks as if Bea has a thumb and forefinger.

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    Jungle Empress  3 months ago

    (ignores Beatrix’s saltiness in favor of fawning over polydactyl toe beans)

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    Sue Ellen  3 months ago

    When you’re the youngest, you must learn to speak up, loudly!

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    andycat Premium Member 3 months ago

    Speaking of slang, one that I’m aware of but don’t know the origin of: Is that a mike drop in the last panel?

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    andycat Premium Member 3 months ago

    What is Natasha holding in the second panel?

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    Nuliajuk  3 months ago

    Blizzards 101

    Blizzards For Dummies

    Great Blizzards Of History

    Blizzards: Fact Or Fiction?

    How To Survive A Blizzard In 10 Easy Steps

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    ikini Premium Member 3 months ago

    At least Burt is up on current slang. Thank you, AV cat!

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    ElliottB.C.Rennie  3 months ago

    Beatrix ManyPaws, and her polydactyl squishy beans are so adorable.

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    arolarson Premium Member 3 months ago

    Kitten cuteness overload alert!

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    cat19632001  3 months ago

    Lupin Likes Popcorn!

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    cat19632001  3 months ago

    Come here Beatrix and let me cuddle you out of your saltiness.

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    ladykat Premium Member 3 months ago

    You tell them, Beatrix!

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    defunctdoormat Premium Member 3 months ago

    There’s salt of the earth, and salty dog (which I’ve heard said as just salty and applied to other professions), but now there’s JUST salty? Why can’t they make up their own words? That way, I’ll KNOW when I’m confused, instead of being confused about confused!

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    I AM CARTOON LADY!  3 months ago

    Because, the Man and Woman were too busy freaking out over milk and bread and the cats were joining in, on the freak out! Now you can debunk the, Wizard Lizard Blizzard, conspiracy theory!

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    tatempleman  3 months ago

    I know a lot of us were wondering the same thing, Beatrix!

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    nerd warning  3 months ago

    day four of fever

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    rs0204 Premium Member 3 months ago

    One of the Orb suggested asking Bea what a Blizzard was, as I recall.

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    Zontar from Venus  3 months ago

    My daughter says the term for news or information is “Tea.” E.g. “Here’s the tea on their relationship.”

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    cat19632001  3 months ago

    And trying to sign back on here I got this message – “This website is under heavy load (queue full)We’re sorry, too many people are accessing this website at the same time. We’re working on this problem. Please try again later.”

    Beatrix cuteness is breaking the Internet! Bwahahaha!

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    Ignatz Premium Member 3 months ago

    Beatrix has seven toes? Has that always been the case?

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    Rockaway NY  3 months ago

    ‘Cause you’re “just a girl!” ’Member? They are the repositories of all knowledge, great and small.

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    SquawkTron  3 months ago

    The saltiness is strong with this one.

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    Denny Wheeler Premium Member 3 months ago

    Maybe Beatrix should have hopped on Trevor and got a ride over to the BPH, with of course, some books.

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    Lanota Cat Lover  3 months ago

    Yeah, I wonder why they didn’t ask Bea.

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    Kitty Katz  3 months ago

    Here’s one from way back: Nat King Cole’s You’re the Cream in My Coffee

    Bea brings the tea* to the newsroom

    Always sharp and with it

    Bea is always so on point*

    She is really quite lit!


    Guys, try not to be basic,*

    You can all be the goat*

    Just remember your orb friends,

    Then you can all be woke!*


    The blizzard was ginormous*

    But it all worked out for us

    The storyline was so sick*

    It really was so was epic*


    Bea brings the tea* to the newsroom

    Always sharp and with it

    Bea is always so on point*

    She is really quite lit!


    Modern day translation of slang:


    On point-outstandig

    lit-cool, awesome


    goat-greatest of all time




    epic-highly enjoyable

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    coffeeturtle  3 months ago

    I’m surprised she just didn’t jump into the discussion. I was wondering where she was. ☺

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    Annie McD  3 months ago

    Very nice to see you and hear from you, Beatrix!

    Don’t know much about blizzards – see

    Don’t know much slang – who/what’s salty?

    Don’t know much about snowstorms – forsooth

    Don’t know much about lizards, in truth

    But we do know that we can always ask you

    And we know that you’ll tell us, too

    What a wonderful world with our Bea!

    [very loosely based on a beautiful, on fleek old song]

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    diskus Premium Member 3 months ago

    That’s one serious catchers mitt

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    scyphi26  3 months ago

    Yeah, we were all wondering that ourselves…

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    wildwind  3 months ago

    I expect Baba could have told them also. Guys! They can’t just ask, especially a girl!

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    gorgolo_chick  3 months ago

    Salty, but lots of adorable toe beans!

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    Code the Enforcer  3 months ago

    If Burt kept CN going through the blizzard, I wanna see that back-up generator! :)

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    gcottay  3 months ago

    Beatrix, here’s a bit of good advice from the father of a highly accomplished daughter. Don’t wait to be asked. Provide the group with needed information in a clear strong voice. Some will not listen. Those who do will be become valued colleagues.

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    maggijoseph Premium Member 3 months ago

    Loving those beautiful and plentiful Beatrix toe beans!!

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    NORTHIDAHO  3 months ago

    The boys won’t ask for directions either. So there!!!

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    Annie McD  3 months ago

    OT: “Do I not destroy my enemies when I make them my friends?”

    - Abe Lincoln, whose 211th birthday is today.

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    SunflowerGirl100  3 months ago

    The salty discussion drove me to google. Salty recently came to mean annoyed but there’s a centuries old usage. It began with salty in cooking and then slipped into the salty sea . In the 1800’s it referred to sailors (as in Old Salt) and that led to referring to sailor’s swearing. So it stayed with referring to anger “salty language” and then I think it dropped out of sight only to reemerge as the milder annoyed or irritated.

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    Catmom  3 months ago

    If you haven’t already done so, check out today’s Snow Sez, it is beautiful.

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    GaryCooper  3 months ago

    Wow, that kitty has a lot of fingers!

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    ccwsparks  3 months ago


    For all you yarn-slinging Orbsters, here’s a crocheted Buzzy Mouse & BCN microphone!

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    scaeva  3 months ago

    Welcome to Lost Penny Day. Will anyone even notice? Does anyone actually use pennies any more? A penny is now worth ~1/7 th of it’s value in 1968, ~1/9 th of its value in 1956. I’d need a dime to buy the piece of penny candy I bought in 1956—and that piece of candy has also gotten smaller. Does anyone care if they lose a penny?

    On the other hand …

    When I was in high school, circa 1968, it was the fashion among certain groups of that age to throw pennies at someone as a sign of contempt, especially for those of the “nerd” and “geek” persuasion. Picking them up confirmed that contempt. I knew a fellow who always picked them up, every one of them, while enduring the jeers of the throwing cretins.

    He paid for his first year college textbooks with that money, and they were nearly as outrageous in price then as they are now. (No, it wasn’t me. I was a very strange being in high school: both “jock” and “geek.” I never threw pennies at anyone.)

    It is also Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. He was one of the best Presidents the US has ever had, and a bare-knuckle politician who would make all of our recent crops of those noxious, weedy characters weep with shame and frustration—as he sometimes did in his own time.

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    jadoo823  3 months ago

    …they don’t even make pennies anymore here in Canada, however, if i see any coins on the ground, I always pick them up. We didn’t have much money when I was a kid – as a result, to me it seems almost criminal to leave any money just laying on the ground…

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    marilynnbyerly  3 months ago

    Just yeet the older kitties out of there or nope out, yourself, With-It Kitten! (“Yeet” = throw someone out violently, “Nope”= you realize that the place you are going is dangerous/scary, you then say, “Nope, nope,” then you nope right out of there.) YouTube comment sections are very informative for us old f*rts.

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    Ruth Brown  3 months ago

    Salty sailors meant cursing sailors, I thought. But I am not the resident fact checker.

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  57. Pucky heart 2  3 months ago

    MOL you tell ’em, Beatee girl!!!

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    Mx Crazy Cat Person  3 months ago

    Beatrix has every right to annoyed. What is the point of having a fact checker if you don’t use them.

    Although, I was a huge fan of the idea that the blizzard was a high level wizard, and Puck with his pointer come walking stick.

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    People have more fun speculating than knowing. I recently heard a BBC radio comedy skit about how cellphone access to the Internet has ruined many a good pub argument before it could get started.

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    knight1192a  3 months ago

    Better yet Bea, why didn’t you try to break in on the report and tell them?

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    vlbrown Premium Member 3 months ago

    I have missed Beatrix and her many toes!

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    Steelburner  3 months ago

    My grandmother used to say it when I was about six or seven, right after WW-II. So it is at least 75 – 80 years old or more …

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    kittylover.truitt Premium Member 3 months ago

    Miss u. Shaunnmunn! Send hugs and kitty purrs

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    oliver :)  3 months ago

    triggered bea

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