Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for August 20, 2022

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    Le'letha Premium Member 5 months ago

    Freddie’s gotten really good at the calculator thingies! Thumbs-up right back atcha, Freddie.

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    Brian  Premium Member 5 months ago

    The Hidden Door! Dunn Dunn Dunnnnnnn.

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    McColl34 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Weird door! I love weird doors!

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    Aspen_Bell  5 months ago

    I would love to see Indiana Lupin here doing his own exploration alongside the robber mice, unbeknownst to the people.

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    McColl34 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Oh, and to continue answering Robin’s question from yesterday, in addition to studs with drywall and/or plaster, a do-it-yourselfer might just plaster over a door without even bothering to remove the handle!

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    The Door Into Summer?

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    One Serious Cat  5 months ago

    With a purple room behind it?

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    Le'letha Premium Member 5 months ago

    “Look, if the landlord asks, it was like that when we came in here.”

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    Robin Harwood  5 months ago

    Keep talking happy talk, Woman, about things you like to do. Hold that dream, for, without it, how can it come true?

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    deadheadzan  5 months ago

    The excitement level continues to build!

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    DorseyBelle  5 months ago

    A weird door behind crumbling plaster! Hold me back, I’m so itching to try the doorknob!

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    WelshRat Premium Member 5 months ago

    Weird to you, Puck. Normal to certain Mice.

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    Ricky Bennett  5 months ago

    Looks like the wall isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be…

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    KandiasOverton  5 months ago

    Weeee a mystery!

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 5 months ago

    This should be interesting.

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  5 months ago

    Weird doors are weird doors of course of course

    And no one can walk thru closed doors of course.

    That is of course unless these doors

    Are before the curious News cats!

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    Jungle Empress  5 months ago

    This looks like a job for the Cat of Adventure!

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    cat19632001  5 months ago

    So a BOOP equals a BANG?

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    Jacob Mattingly   5 months ago

    You know it’s a fair bit of escalation to go from “Cats report on regular events like their news” to “The Cat’s Owner Accidently Opens a Portal to the Ghost Dimension” I’m not against it I just never thought hearing the premise of this strip and starting a binge of it recently it’d go this directoion

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    Kitty Katz  5 months ago

    Meanwhile, Back on the Nile

    Queen Catshepsut the Golden: So you’ve possibly found a room behind a wall at the Very Good Pyramid.

    Wally: Yes, Your Majesty. There was my family’s hieroglyph on a hollow-sounding wall.

    The Queen: And what do you believe is behind that wall?

    Puckmosis: Possibly a collection of scrolls, Your Majesty. Or maybe more treasure.

    The Queen: The Artists can always use more gold and jewels for their crafts. It may be worthwhile for Burt-Ra’s team to see what’s behind that wall. I understand you also found a Kitten’s Room at the pyramid.

    Beatrixia: Yes, Your Majesty. With tons of classic scrolls.

    The Queen: Since the Very Good Pyramid is not too far from here, it may be worthwhile to re-open the library. Incidentally, where’s Elvis-Anum?

    Puckmosis: He’s studying some scrolls he borrowed.

    Enter Elvis-Anum

    Elvis: Your Majesty, I must finish copying Paddle to the Nile and Make Way for Kittens within four weeks.

    The Queen Why is that?

    Elvis That’s when the scrolls are due back

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    Robin Harwood  5 months ago


    Any updates, or still waiting for Monday?

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    KenseidenXL Premium Member 5 months ago

    How could they miss a doorknob?

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    Katzen1415  5 months ago

    Why does this have to be a Saturday? I cannot wait until Monday to find out what’s behind that door! They look a little fearful, but I am sure Freddie would never steer them wrong, and perhaps Pucky can help since he sees her.

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    ladykat  5 months ago

    Cue the theme to Twilight Zone.

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    ladykat  5 months ago

    Where are Tillie, Goldie, and Lupin? We know Elvis is hiding under the bed like the brave cat he is, but what are those three up to?

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    Tigrisan Premium Member 5 months ago

    I absolutely LOVE Freddy’s rendition here! Georgia is such a wonderful artist and she’s caught Freddy’s essence perfectly.

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    B E A N (the sequel)  5 months ago

    “I gotta remember to come back here when I unlock bombs!”

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    Mwills5  5 months ago

    I hope they find a big stash of cash in there to save the BPH!

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    LtPowers  5 months ago

    Complete with knob…?

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    bonita.eley  5 months ago

    Could this be the answer to the problem behind door no. 1??

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    Cat Child  5 months ago

    but… the knob

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    lsnielson  5 months ago

    Can’t wait until Monday!

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    Wichita1.0  5 months ago

    Must have been a very thing,flat door knob, to have been plastered over with no telltale bulge. And, yes, I AM a sick puppy. I can envision my Yeti character from DICK TRACY inside, having found a new hideout after that humiliating affair in the sewers.

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    arolarson Premium Member 5 months ago

    Lots of comments about the door knob. Here is a first hand account from Maizing earlier in the comments:

    “It looks to me as if the knob was removed from the door before it was plastered over. I have a door that has the knob removed. It has a large, round plate fastened over both sides of the hole where the knob had been.”

    My thought was that even so you would still need a pretty good coat of plaster to cover the knob-less door plate. But old houses have uneven areas all over so who would really notice a lumpy plaster wall, especially if there is furniture in front of it.

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    SusieB  5 months ago

    Ohhh, this is getting good!

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    Queen of America Premium Member 5 months ago

    When did ‘WELP’ become a substitute for ‘WELL’? The first time I read it in a book earlier this year, I was sure the editor just missed it. Then kept seeing it over and over and looked it up. Whelp is what mama dogs do when they have puppies, I think

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    T_Lexi  5 months ago

    So… on Monday… do you suppose we’ll join the mice on their journey so that we can see this whole thing unfold from two differing perspectives?

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    Grace Premium Member 5 months ago

    re: doorknob. Doors along walls are usually inset a bit so you don’t bump into the doorknob when walking by.

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    MiniKiwiGeek  5 months ago

    Well… a hidden door… this could be interesting.


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    tcanton125  5 months ago

    What with the ghost?

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    scyphi26  5 months ago

    Well, that’s something you don’t find everyday.

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    ars731  5 months ago

    Mystery door! The only thing that has more adventure then boxes!

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    Stiubh  5 months ago

    Oh dude! That is one of the top-most dreams of mine! To stumble across a secret passage or hidden chamber in my house! I would LOVE to be there right at that moment!

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    Kitty Katz  5 months ago

    Bonus Meanwhile Back on the Nile

    Puckmosis: Welcome to another game of Let’s Make a Mutually Agreeable Pact! Our first contestant is Tabith-Isis. Do you want this box of Red Dots or what’s behind Door Number 1?

    Tabith-Isis: Oh, definitely the box!

    Puckmosis: Great choice! Figs, will you show us what’s behind Door Number 1?

    Serfig-Aro: Here it is. A pile of used papyrus.

    Tabith-Isis: Oh, Elvis would have like to pick that!

    Puckmosis: And speaking of Elvis, he is our next contestant. Elvis, would you like this impossibly tiny sleeping box, or what’s behind Door Number 2?

    Elvis: I need a sleeping box. I’ll take it.

    Puckmosis: Figs, would you show us what’s behind Door Number 2?

    Serfig-Aro: Elvis, you would have received a bunch of used tea bags.

    Elvis-Anum: Which reminds me. It’s time for tea and scones. See you later.

    Puckmosis: And now for our last contestant, Ta-Natash! Tash, do you want this wheel of cheese, or what’s behind Door Number 3?

    Tash: Of course, the cheese. I already know what’s behind Door Number 3. But I’ll never tell!

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    Colorado Expat  5 months ago

    As was shown yesterday, the stud finder seems to be unreliable when it comes to finding studs…

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    GaryCooper  5 months ago

    I have a stud finder, but it has never found any secret passages or hidden rooms. I want my money back.

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    mistercatworks  5 months ago

    Good surprise. Wonder how you plaster over a door knob? :)

    If there’s a four-bedroom apartment with free utilities behind that door, I’m going to have trouble suspending my belief. :)

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    Daltongang Premium Member 5 months ago

    The drama…….The suspense…………Can we wait for Monday to find out what happens?

    Will the woman run away with Dr. Man and have his baby?

    Will the man and The Intruder be able to finally consummate their illicit love affair?

    Will Elvis finally acknowledge that Tabitha’s kittens are his?

    Will the truth come out that the Big Pink House is actually the Bates House and that Winifred Quinn was actually Norma Bates?

    Join us Monday to learn the answers to these and other puzzling questions here on AS THE LITTER BOX TURNS.

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    Susanna Premium Member 5 months ago

    I know next to nothing about construction, so this might not be possible, but I was wondering if when they made the house into apartments they covered the wall with drywall and the door was inset from the wall so the door knob wasn’t in the way.

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    morningglory61 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Coraline? Are you there? The Other Mother?

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 5 months ago

    Oooooh!!!! SO exciting! XD

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    Zuria Premium Member 5 months ago

    Behind which they will find A FORTUNE IN KRUGERRANDS SO THEY CAN BUY THE HOUSE OUTRIGHT and rent space to their friends. Yay!

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    Fennec! at the Disco  5 months ago

    Well, there goes the security deposit!

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    Susanna Premium Member 5 months ago

    The woman was just saying the other day that she would like to have more room. So maybe this will solve two problems if they discover something to help save The Big Pink House. They wouldn’t have to move and would have more space.

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    gerhartp  5 months ago

    OT – I am a longtime reader, first time commenter. I feel the need today as I had to have my cat Fearless put to sleep this morning – she was 13 years old, and I had her for her last 8 years. When I woke up this morning, she was not doing her normal routine, including waking me up, and was very lethargic. I took her to the emergency vet and basically the tests they were able to do did not turn out well, and to keep here around would have involved long-term care and at least 1 blood transfusion, of which I did not want to put her through any pain and discomfort. This is the hardest thing I have had to do, and I know from reading the comments over the years that you do to. Thank you for your time and make sure to give your fur babies a hug!

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    cawingcrow  5 months ago

    I’m always impressed at how much expression Georgia can get out of a few pen and brush strokes

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    Denny Wheeler Premium Member 5 months ago

    Poll: Will the door reveal the solution to the problem of the BPH’s impending sale, OR will the door reveal another mystery?

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    miscreant  5 months ago

    It’s a comic I will suspend normal reality or plastering over a door knob for entertainment value. I mean everybody forgot about the door frame and the offset of the door in the frame.

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    erinurse2000  5 months ago

    Go Winnie!

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    willie_mctell  5 months ago

    Ahh…Once again the Law of Conservation of Characters and Objects holds.

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    Kitty Katz  5 months ago

    Maybe they’ll find a collection of classic books behind the door.

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    knight1192a  5 months ago

    My dad found a weird door once. Revealed an entire machine shop that had never been used. Someone had sealed it up during construction.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  5 months ago

    Whoa, whoa, whoa! Before you take one more step, make sure that door leads to a room and not a wardrobe!


    Last time I went through one of those, things got weird.

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    scaeva Premium Member 5 months ago

    About the doorknob, frame, etc: I have seen this done. Drywall is laid flush with the door frame, both inside the frame and out. In this case, it looks as if joint tape wasn’t used, just joint compound. Thus, driving the nail caused cracking that followed the outline of the door. That the drywall was cracked where the doorknob is may be just serendipity, or it’s possible that it was cracked there during installation. (Measure with micrometer. Cut with ax. Beat into place.)

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    OT: Sometimes it works

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    Daeder  5 months ago

    A door which leads to a magical land of cat toys called Yarnia!

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    rs0204 Premium Member 5 months ago

    The plot, like my waistline, thickens…

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    Gloria Fleming  5 months ago

    O.T. request for ORB power.

    My dearest friend, Diane’s (who lives in NJ) husband John is having severe muscle pain, but not really any other symptoms, and so far the doctor can’t account for it. The Lyme test was negative. Please send good thoughts, prayers for peace of mind for them both ( Diane is a very anxious person in the best of times) wisdom for the doctor and that it be something simple to heal. Thank you!

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    sisterea  5 months ago

    Wait did Freddie leave something valuable in there?

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    jamesakronson2  5 months ago

    oh, this is good. A plot twist! :D

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    burke129529  5 months ago

    OT: Ace

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    Aslan Balaur  5 months ago

    So why then, didn’t that door knob sticking out alert the Woman to this hidden door?

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    “There are times when we can feel destiny close around us like a fist around a doorknob. Sure, we can resist. But a knob that won’t turn, a door that sticks and never budges, is a nuisance to the gods. The gods may kick in the jamb. Worse, they may walk away in disgust, leaving us to hang dumbly from our tight hinges, deprived of any other chance in life to swing open into unnecessary risk and thus into enchantment.”

    —Tom Robbins

    Why is a door-knob deader than anything else?

    —D. H. Lawrence

    “I like stepping into the future. Therefore, I look for doorknobs.”

    ― Mark Rosen

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