Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for May 13, 2024

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    McColl34 Premium Member 2 months ago

    A scratching post? Says who?

    I wouldn’t trust it!

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    uncle snipe  2 months ago

    IT’S A TRAP! An adorable, smiley faced trap. Or, it’s just a happy scratching post. Either way, it’s a nice blast from the past.

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    WelshRat Premium Member 2 months ago

    The subtle paw of Detective Goldie…

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    Aspen_Bell  2 months ago

    Is this a rerun?

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    Ricky Bennett  2 months ago

    Using a cactus as a scratching post is a huge sticking point for me…

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    Le'letha Premium Member 2 months ago

    Rerun week! Can’t (and shouldn’t) draw comics while everyone is down sick with norovirus. Glad Georgia took the time to get herself and the kids better.

    Now, the question is, will we get this whole week of this story, or is the BCN Wayback Machine on “shuffle”?

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    enigmamz  2 months ago

    Cactuar!!!

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    Robin Harwood  2 months ago

    Elvis has first hand knowledge of what can befall cats who put their paws on cacti.

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 2 months ago

    It’s a cool scratch post. I’ve seen cat trees shaped like the Enterprise, and coveted them intensely.

    Norovirus is awful. Hubby and I had it when at a convention. We were NOT happy. Get well, Georgia and kids!

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    Georgia Dunn creator 2 months ago

    Thank you everyone for understanding and enjoying a week of classic strips! The kids and I are all thankfully now recovered from norovirus, but WOW, that was not fun, whew! I’ll take the flu any day over that, it was thoroughly not a good time!

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    PaulGriffin  2 months ago

    My wife used to work in a retirement home, and two or three times a year they would get Norovirus outbreaks (until Covid hit, when visitors were banned and they had three years without a single case). It’s really nasty, but easily prevented: hand washing, hand sterilization – all the sensible measures. I washed all her work clothes separately, and also used Dettol Antibacterial Laundry Sanitiser on them – and in the 15+ years she worked for them, neither of us ever caught it. Teach your kids to wash hands properly after every “visit” while it’s still fresh in their minds – they probably picked it up at school because children are generally dirty little disease factories … :laugh:

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    Gent  2 months ago

    Why would anyone sane puts their paws on a catcus? Nopes. Nopes. Nopes.

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    Lady Bri  2 months ago

    As always, Elvis is the Voice of Reason. That last panel is priceless!

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    turner7811 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I’ve had it. No fun a’tall.

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    win.45mag  2 months ago

    She’ll give in to the dangling ball. Just give ’er a minute……….

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  2 months ago

    Would you trust something that smiles like that? Not me. It’s up to something!

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    krod46  2 months ago

    Glad you are all feeling better!

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    MRBLUESKY529  2 months ago

    I bought this cactus scratching post for my two cats. So far, they are not impressed. They like the old carpet covered post which they have totally destroyed.

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    I AM CARTOON LADY!  2 months ago

    You’re sending mixed signals, Woman!

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    anomalous4  2 months ago

    It’s the scratching post that scratches back.

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    ladykat  2 months ago

    I like the cactus scratching post. It’s different.

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    Katzen1415  2 months ago

    I still think teaching cats to feat cacti was the better play, but who’s to argue with that whimsical smile.

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    bonita.eley  2 months ago

    Question is now, who will dare scratch the giant cat-tus first???

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    bryan42  2 months ago

    Elvis remembers that the new plant was a jerk!

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    anomalous4  2 months ago

    OT: The chaos goes on…

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    Red Bird  2 months ago

    That smile can’t be trusted! Just stay FAR away from it!

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    MT Wallet   2 months ago

    Cactus from Drabble.

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    Kitty Katz  2 months ago

    Meanwhile, Back on the Nile

    Queen Catshepsut the Golden: That was a lovely auction. The Happy Healthy Hospital board is very pleased.

    Lupinium: Isn’t Elvis on the board?

    Queen Cat: Yes. But we’ll never tell anyone he’s pleased.

    Beatrixia: I really enjoy my sea harp. I can play a lot of complex chords thanks to my paws.

    Lupinium: Maybe we can do a tumbling routine sometime.

    Bea: Sure. I just need to get a bit more proficient.

    Puckmosis: Incidentally, who donated the satin cactus?

    Queen Cat: It was an anonymous donation.

    Puck It does seem a bit unusual, seeing that there are no cacti in the Sahara.

    Bea: It had to be someone well traveled, with many connections, and never tell.

    Puck: No idea who that could be.

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 2 months ago

    My daughter and I made a scratching post that I thought was clever. A silhouette of a black cat cut out of black carpet over the opening. The cats wouldn’t use it.. until a friend who had 4 rowdy boys visited. As soon as they left I let the cats know and they immediately came out of hiding.

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    sefraser  2 months ago

    Glad you are all feeling better!

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    Jacob Mattingly   2 months ago

    A true classic and it’s understandable. I don’t mind reprints as it’s better than the days when cartoonists were expected to just.. keep going anyway> Which was messed up.

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    Trespassers W  2 months ago

    This is striking home for me. My new cat, Gabriela (a/k/a Fluff-For-Brains, or just Fluff for short) seems dedicated to scratching everything EXCEPT the multiple scratching posts and cones set out for that purpose. It’s uncanny.

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    unsardonic  2 months ago

    Sa-ay… they’re called, “TOE BEANS,” for a reason!

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    Lady Bri  2 months ago

    OT: Latest piccie of my beautiful boy ♡〜٩( ˃́▿˂̀ )۶〜♡

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