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Rose is Rose by Don Wimmer and Pat Brady for June 16, 2021

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    Cminuscomics&stories Premium Member 4 months ago

    Why doesn’t the fox eat the cat?

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    Grace Premium Member 4 months ago

    And now we know, finally, what the fox says…

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    jagedlo  4 months ago

    So is this going to be a “fox fear” arc?

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    ajr58(1)  4 months ago

    Cats are tougher than that. https://youtu.be/6Wj3el9Ovz4

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    Dk1989  4 months ago

    Mature foxes weight approximately 12-15 lbs. Most cats are also around that weight. Cats also come with “murder mitts” aka clawed paws as standard equipment, so foxes leave them alone.

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    Sir Ruddy Blighter, Jr.  4 months ago

    “Peekaboo, you idiot! When you said he was ‘a fox’ yesterday, we thought you meant a good-looking cat!”

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    Nuke Road Warrior  4 months ago

    A cat on the ground is worth three in the tree.

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    coltish1  4 months ago

    Wouldn’t an exotic name like Anton make him more appealing?

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    aimlesscruzr  4 months ago

    Oh come on guys, foxes are really just cat software running on dog hardware…

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    La Gata Loca Premium Member 4 months ago

    I always assumed my cats were on a first name basis with the local foxes. Of course, our gray foxes were no bigger than the cats, so not much threat.

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    La Gata Loca Premium Member 4 months ago

    One summer there was a gray fox in my neighborhood that used to follow me while I was walking my dogs (just through one part of the neighborhood). My cat would also follow me, and the first time I saw the fox I thought it was my cat, until I realized the cat was farther away! . (He followed us whether my cat was with us or not!) My male cat did not seem at all threatened by him, but they were the same size. My female was a little more intimidated, but everything intimidated her! Mind you, my dogs were 100 lbs each, so it always seemed strange to me that a fox would follow them!

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