Ten Cats by Graham Harrop for May 20, 2012

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    rolleg  about 10 years ago

    Perfect outfit for you, Lily!

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    BlueEyedCatMom  about 10 years ago

    Oh Lily, you must be related to my youngest kitty — Queen Squeaky!

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    pierreandnicole  about 10 years ago

    I miss my girls. Have 2 little boys now. Lily, nice that you are featured today.

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    rush.diana  about 10 years ago

    @pierreandnichole I am in the opposite situation.

    I have always had boys and found them to be the sweet and lovable.

    This is our first little girl and she can be quite bossy and mouthy particularly at mealtime.

    Lily looks just like her in that outfit, and I KNOW what Cali would like to do to us with that sceptre…

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    rikkiTikki Premium Member about 10 years ago

    I hope we do get to meet all 10 cats like this-give them all a chance to be introduced

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    Gilda Blackmore Premium Member about 10 years ago

    I am not a monarchist but I’d gladly accept Lily and her nine pals in place of our present queen and her household. And just imagine King Charles and his queen(?) consort. Lily every time!

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    rolleg  about 10 years ago

    So wonderful to have a place for cat people!

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    hcr1985  about 10 years ago

    Lily looks sooo cute!!!

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    Jazz Cat  about 10 years ago

    Thanks, Mr Harrop, for letting us meet the kitties this way. >^..^<

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    lafrisone  about 10 years ago

    I agree. I think this is a great way to meet all TEN CATS. Keep the strips coming! Thank you, Mr. Harrop!

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    whitecarabao  about 10 years ago

    My “Queen Snooper” certainly ruled my house. She didn’t have other animals to boss around, but if she wanted to sleep in a chair, no one had better try to move her out of it.In my younger days, before I was on my own, we had a female Siamese, Tuptim, who truly was the queen. She ruled all the animals, including the two dogs who would move out of her path when she walked through the house. She lived to the age of 20 and, although old and feable near the end, all the animals still treated her as the queen.

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    Datboirocks777  over 3 years ago

    You just can’t understand it without the cute visual.

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