Creator of "Ask a Cat"
Of all of my cats, Biscuit loved boxes the most. Even if a ridiculously small box was in front of him, he’d stubbornly try to sit inside it.
That’s all for the Biscuit retrospective of “Ask a Cat”! Hope everyone enjoyed looking back at old strips!
Another strip where I name-dropped Biscuit. Max and Gizmo are other cats I own, and Booger is a name of my neighbor’s cat.
I don’t know any cats named “Chappy”, although I imagine a cat with that name would be very posh.
Biscuit loved to chew nori (Japanese dried seaweed) and would always beg for some. He rarely ate them, just chewed them, and when he was done he’d just leave them on the floor.
This inspired a joke, naturally, although in hindsight it seemed weird doing a strip about dried seaweeds.
Also, I’ve come to cringe at how I drew Cat’s hair tuft in older strips. Yeesh, it’s out of control in the first panel.
Here I name-dropped two of my cats: Belle, and the late Biscuit.
Welcome to GoComics, Brad! Glad you can join the party :D
Biscuit had a thing where, whenever we bought string beans, he would always demand for one and play with it, running around the house with it in his mouth. We’re not sure why he was obsessed with string beans, but it was guaranteed thing to happen whenever we bought some.
“Perry” is a shout out to a friend who goes by that nickname.
I’m busy with other projects as it is, alas.
I do have another comic that I draw semi-daily, “The Fuzzy Princess”. You can check it out at http://fuzzy-princess.com
Biscuit was a big, long-haired cat (others thought he was a Maine coon, although I was never able to confirm it). He was the first long-haired cat I ever owned (we have another one, Gizmo, who’s a long-haired tortie girl), so it inspired a few jokes. So floof.
Just want to thank everyone for the kind words. Means a lot to me!
I know both things and I get it :P
(Loved watching “Underdog” as a kid)