I do understand missing the old Tiffany, but…
Tiffany’s je ne sais quoi was often more like je ne sais rien, which doesn’t play well in adulthood. She’d eventually be left behind and left out as her peers moved into their adult lives. And what is the adult, female version of an Eddie Haskell, anyway? An Anne Eiffel? The strip already has one of those!
My father was a self-professed “dog guy.” Any cat that ever entered his house disagreed – they always made a beeline for him, and ended up curled contentedly in his lap.
Yes, but… that still begs the question, why is the same kitty consistently gray on one site, but orange on the other site? I mean, Every. Other. Aspect. Of the coloration between the two strips is identical… even in yesterday’s strip, when the coloring was much trickier (including a background fade). I’m guessing arcamax screwed up when the kittens were first brought home, and then felt compelled to continue the screw-up for the remainder of the story line. Which raises a couple of other questions…
1) how far in advance does Greg submit each week’s strips? In other words, did he notice arcamax’s change last week, and then slip in the “gray kittie” reference this week to gently poke and screw with arcamax?
2) what if they start discussing possible names for the kittens, and they throw out names that refer to the kittens looks -a perfectly normal thing to do – such as “shadow,” or “smoke,” for the gray kitten? That’s really going to confuse some readers over on that other site!
3) if the kittens become a permanent part of the Luanniverse, how long will arcamax go before they acknowledge of fix this little discrepancy?
No. I’m a creature of habit to the extreme. I only go to arcamax when I’m impatient for the upload here, and I’m not even registered to comment there.
My comment isn’t about the orange kitten that apparently did not make it home with Al and Irma. Different issue entirely. Check out https://m.arcamax.com/thefunnies/luann/
Cats have a way of doing that. Three cats adopted me, over the years.
Who knows why the arcamax comics site decided to (apparently) override Greg’s color choices and depict the grey kitten as orange… but that decision is coming back to bite them today. Confuzzled commenters over there are wondering whether Gunther is color blind!
Les May be grumbling, but “Mr. Smooth,” who clearly pays attention to what he wears, is allowing that kitten to shred his shirt! Methinks he’s developing a soft spot for that little grey kitten!
At the arcamax site, Les’s “kittie” is orange, not gray.
Yes, but domestic cats have a natural tendency to bury theirs. If they’re provided a box with enough quality litter, and that litter is cleaned regularly, odors will not be a problem.