Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for June 12, 2020

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    maggijoseph Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    The nurturing has reached a fever pitch.

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    Petting Machine  almost 2 years ago

    I see Elvis taking matters into his own paws. Out you go, you stuffed interloper!

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    Le'letha Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    So much for “shhh!”

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    McColl34 Premium Member almost 2 years ago
    Today’s comic is most certainly NOT in any way intended to be taken as a real-life event. It is only based on real-life characters. (Loosely based). No such incident has ever occurred in the author’s home.
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    DennisinSeattle Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    And the girl’s baby is dropped on its head so she can strangle her big brother. Meanwhile, El Bif whisks the penguin away from the scene. How sweet!

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    Jayfbird1969  almost 2 years ago

    Awe didn’t realize Pengo was that old. But if the bed is for babies, I guess Elbiss gets an exemption.

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    OliveO'Sudden  almost 2 years ago

    Given Pengo’s fluffy appearance, I think the Boy has the right of it. Definitely a baby penguin.♥

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    mavinminx  almost 2 years ago

    Leave it to Elvis to take care of the problem.

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    Sue Ellen  almost 2 years ago

    Perhaps the boy and girl need to be invited to the next “Heck on the Deck.”

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    Jungle Empress  almost 2 years ago

    Neither of you are correct! The bed is for cats named Elbiff.

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    ikini Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Wow! Those people-kitten faces!

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    Robin Harwood  almost 2 years ago

    I fear Pengo is doomed.

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    catmom1360 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    The faces that the Girl makes is scary.

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    stairsteppublishing  almost 2 years ago

    Someone has a temper problem. I would hate to have it directed toward me.

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    stairsteppublishing  almost 2 years ago

    Even her fingers are sharp claws.

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    deadheadzan Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Full blown ruckus over the baby, Elbis bed I also fear that fluffy baby Pengo is Doomed! And the Girl’s claws in the last panel…..stroke of genius on Georgia’s part. No, this could never happen in real life!

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    WelshRat Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Elvis, stop taking sides! You’re a responsible journalist!

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    bluegirl285  almost 2 years ago

    I love the evil look that Elvis gives the Boy as he’s looking out from behind the crib, then pushes Pengo out. Baby penguin or not, when the Girl says he’s gotta go, out he gets.

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    Aucassin  almost 2 years ago

    Anyway, it’s not for Pengins or babies, it’s for Elbiffs!

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    TampaFanatic1  almost 2 years ago

    I like how Elvis dispatched Pengo while the toddlers were distracted!

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    Gent  almost 2 years ago

    Looks like grandpa cat woke up.

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    David 42  almost 2 years ago

    Perhaps The Boy needs an igloo, er, another bed (or a nest?) for Pengo

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    cat19632001  almost 2 years ago

    Meanwhile Puck wisely still stays away.

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    cat19632001  almost 2 years ago

    Check out the cover for “Elvis Puffs Out.” It’s got mice ladies, too!

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    Snowy&Finlay  almost 2 years ago

    I can only ponder the girl’s reaction 10 or 15 years from now if these BCN reports mysteriously resurface from the depths of the historical archives.

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    FrannieL Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Oh dear, I didn’t see that coming. Do we need two cradles now, maybe one that looks like a car? By the way the new avatar is Katie, our new ‘boss’. She has been with us for a week now and the moment she arrived, she took over. She has made a complete slave out of Hubby, who adores her. And both hubby and I are being trained and doing well with our training.

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    BillJackson2  almost 2 years ago

    Life under quarantine…

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    rs0204 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Looks like only Elbiss is going to get close to the people kitten’s hiss-spit. The rest of the cats have chosen wisely to shelter in place.

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    diskus Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    yow, boy i would retreat, not your territory

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    Pet  almost 2 years ago

    Elbiff to the rescue!

    No Pengo in baby crib on Elbiff’s watch!


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    OliveO'Sudden  almost 2 years ago

    I love Elbiff’s face and motion in the final panel, clearly communicating to Pengo, “You, OUT!”

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    lsnielson  almost 2 years ago

    And Elvis back in the bed—“It’s my bed”

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    I AM CARTOON LADY!  almost 2 years ago

    People kitten fight! People kitten fight! Get in there and do something, Mom lady cat!

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    ladykat  almost 2 years ago

    My, my, my – we may not be a redhead, but we do have a red-headed temper, don’t we. And are my eyes deceiving me, or is Elvis taking Pengo’s place in the doll cradle in the last panel?

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    Kitty Katz  almost 2 years ago

    Meanwhile, Back on the Nile

    In the Royal Library, where Beatrixia and Elvis-Anum have their offices.

    Lupinum: Bea, can you get me the papyrus on ancient song parodies?

    Bea: Coming right up.

    Puckmosis: Elvis, do you have the Kibble Reports for last month?

    Elvis-Anum: Just a minute, I’ll get it.

    Sophititi: There’s a papyrus on making sand paintings around here, can you find it, Bea?

    Bea: Sure.

    Maat-Tilda: Elvis, can you find a papyrus on early kitty fashions?

    Elvis-Anum: Hold on, I’ll get it.

    Bea: Oh, Elvis, Burt-Ra wanted to know if you can find the papyrus on ancient seedlings.

    Elvis-Anum: Everyone comes here to borrow things! What do they think a library’s for?!!

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    laurac5800  almost 2 years ago

    BREAKING NEWS: Local cat reporter assaults penguin

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    Michael G.  almost 2 years ago

    Let Elvis serve as arbiter …

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    cat19632001  almost 2 years ago

    From the look on Lupin’s face, you can tell he’s not going anywhere near there.

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    Ann Wingert Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    hehe, Elvis shoving Pengo out. Wonder what would happen if Pengo one day got revenge… iced kitty treats?

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    tims145  almost 2 years ago

    Meanwhile, Elvis is solving the problem of the interloper penguin in his new special cat bed.

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    misty  almost 2 years ago

    “A saint was asked, ‘What is anger?’

    and gave a beautiful reply:

    ‘Anger is a punishment we give to ourselves for someone else’s mistake.’"

    (quote from unknown wise person)

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    Granny Roberta  almost 2 years ago

    OT: cat19632001 asked me for an update on my two adoptees on yesterday’s strip, but I’ll put it on today’s in case there’s general interest:

    NightFury called Nikki (toothless 10yr-old) has settled in like she owns the place. She’s already in charge of feline BladeRunner and canine Ming and co-adoptee Paprika. She’s smelled a couple of ferrets and took them calmly enough, but we still keep her out of Ferrets On The Loose.

    Paprika called Peppy (5yr-old tripod) has ongoing digestive trouble. (How to phrase this tactfully—NONE of her poops are well-formed. If she hasn’t overnight-pooped in the litterbox, I’ve learned to put her there in the morning to avoid ‘unpleasantness in the kitchen’.) She’s started a second week of metronidazole, which is supposed to be both an antibiotic and an anti-inflammatory for her gut. She just started a trial of i/d to see if easily digested food will help. That’s a problem because she won’t eat it all at once, so I need to remember (NEVER guaranteed!) to pick it up or the others finish it off. Plus she then goes and steals their leftover kibble, which she’s supposed to be on JUST the i/d for a week. She does come out of her safe spot under the kitchen table more often, but she’s still nervous and cautious. I wonder about the adjustment of front-leg-removed tripods (Peppy) versus back-leg-removed tripods (Puck). But she does get around well if it’s very quiet in the kitchen, and she can jump on chairs. I also wonder if her digestion might improve as she gets less nervous, but I don’t think being pilled twice a day is helping her relax about her new home.

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    rroxxanna  almost 2 years ago

    That is one nervous Pengo in panel 2 — definitely NOT asleep.

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    Hedgehog  almost 2 years ago

    Elbiff-Elvis: “Just gonna leave this here”.

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    belgarathmth  almost 2 years ago

    To the parents of toddlers out there: Do children that age really leave verbs out of their first sentences like in the last panel? I only remember they usually get the tenses wrong at first, or the conjugations, but usually don’t leave out a verb completely.

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    wildwind  almost 2 years ago

    Meanwhile, Elvis has evicted the penguin for usurping his bed.

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    thecatlady3410  almost 2 years ago

    Oh no

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    scaeva  almost 2 years ago

    Today is Red Rose Day. Why is there a day honoring a communist named Rose? Some obscure Hero of the Soviet Union during the Great Patriotic War?

    Or is it a reference to a disgraced baseball player, who definitely has reason to be red in the face. Interestingly, he’s the first entry when I type “rose” in my electronic dictionary.

    … Oh, that rose. No socialist tendencies there, for sure. Roses are the most unfriendly, antisocial flowers I know. In the wild, I refer to them as “nature’s concertina wire.” (My field area in grad school was over-run with them.) We have some along the second front fence that are really nasty, a kind of stealth rose. The stems are covered with hairlike thorns. They go right through everything but leather, penetrate the skin, and break off. Impossible to remove, you just have to wait for them to be encysted and eventually work their way out.

    Three hundred known species of rose, tens of thousands of cultivars. Their theme song is “Today your garden, tomorrow the world.” So yes, Robin is correct.

    I did not know that the family Rosaceae also includes apples, peaches, plums, cherries, and strawberries. I am not at all surprised to find blackberries included. Our blackberries were planted as a barrier, and they qualify as “nature’s razor wire.” Highly invasive, they are best managed with a flamethrower—every year. Probably hard to kill even with nuclear weapons.

    Roses are red, violets are bleu, I’m feeling silly today, how about yew?

    Roses come in a plethora of colors, not just red. Violets are … violet, not blue. Therefore the preceding rhyme is untrue. Enough of this thorny subject.

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    mistercatworks  almost 2 years ago

    Elvis is trying to look as kittenish as possible.

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    Smokie  almost 2 years ago

    I love Elvis pushing the Penguin out.

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    christineracine77  almost 2 years ago

    “Baby” Elbiff Mow Mow wants his bed back, stat!

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    Gloria Fleming  almost 2 years ago

    sometime back it appeared that The Girl was more like Lupin instead of Elvis. Well, I think that this dispels that assumption. She’s got Elvis’ clenched fists, huge mouth shouting about injustices and his claws. Taught well, she was.

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    Sabrina17  almost 2 years ago

    I see Elvis took care of the situation. Mommy’s special boy indeed!

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    willie_mctell  almost 2 years ago

    Siblings close in age. My brother and sister were a year apart. I was 5 years older. “Fond” memories.

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    Gloria Fleming  almost 2 years ago

    of course the burning question that everyone wants the answer to: Will the Doll EVER get to sleep in the cradle? we will interrupt our regularly scheduled programs with updates throughout the evening.

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    verybadbob  almost 2 years ago

    My kids were like that when they were little. Now they are both in their mid-30s and best friends.

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    Nuliajuk  almost 2 years ago

    Hey, old penguins need naps as well.

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    There’s only room for one Elbiff.

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    Steelburner Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    The Boy has been taught a valuable lesson he could not learn any other way; DO NOT mess with a female’s babies unless you want a face-full of angry mother!

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    paulahmurray  almost 2 years ago

    Ah, you have never had a toddler around.

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    knight1192a  almost 2 years ago

    If it’s for babies, then why did she not very gently remove Elvis and place him on something nice and soft? And I notice the strangling fingers have tunred into three inch long claws.

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    FrannieL Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    These comments left me LOL and startling the cat. Everyone was on a roll today.

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    Natarose  almost 2 years ago

    It is just a comic after all.

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    UlfPeterLangenbach  almost 2 years ago

    Stay tuned, we’ll keep you informed about the floor cats’ humanlings’ proceedings. Over to our guest reporter on-site, El Biffo.

    (I regret I don’t speak a word Spanish.)

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    la_momcat  almost 2 years ago

    Oh, Elvis!!! The look of outraged dignity in panel two is beyond priceless. And Lupin looks glad to be well out of it.

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    Erin Pierce  almost 2 years ago

    this problem was solved in our house by the simple expedient of there never being a moment of time when the doll beds did not have a cat in them

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    Sionyx  almost 2 years ago

    The hop-in-the-cradle cats in our family would just curl up next to or on the other occupant of the doll bed. Additional soft! What’s not to like?

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    DorseyBelle  almost 2 years ago

    Is not for pengos! Is for kitties! everything is for kitties, especially Siamese kitties!

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    Mr. Reader  almost 2 years ago

    elvis: (moves pengo and naps)

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