Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for July 25, 1990
Calvin: My tiger, it seems, is running 'round nude. This fur coat must have made him perspire. It lies on the floor - should this be construed as a permanent change of attire? Perhaps he considers its colors passe, or maybe it fit him too snug will he want it back? Should I put it away? Or use it right here as a rug? Hobbes: Z. I wonder when school starts.