Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for August 21, 2022

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    Ahsum  5 months ago

    Sunday Funday

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    McColl34 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Unfortunately, we were overcast, and if we hadn’t been, the full moon would have made them difficult to see. Ah, well, “Just wait till next year!” (Also the motto of many sports teams.)

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    Le'letha Premium Member 5 months ago

    Watercolor night skyyyyyyyyyyy…!

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    Le'letha Premium Member 5 months ago

    In other news, Burt has a popsicle. Are there more, Burt? The public needs to know!

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    deadheadzan  5 months ago

    This is poster worthy, for sure! I so love seeing Mr O’possum again, and that spectacular night sky!

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    Robin Harwood  5 months ago

    Beautiful, but a harbinger of Doom.

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    thelsrc  5 months ago

    OT

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    kgornick Premium Member 5 months ago

    Just beautiful indeed!

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    Lifeflame  5 months ago

    A fitting and beautiful tribute to our Tommy!

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    marilynnbyerly  5 months ago

    The meteors aren’t that numerous here. When Mom had a beach house, we’d sprawl out on the walkway and watch the meteors scoot across the sky, but I don’t recall more than a few at a time. Beatrix and Trevor together always makes my heart mushy.

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    Olive O'Sudden  5 months ago

    The opossum family is adorable.♥

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    Charliegirl Premium Member 5 months ago

    Gorgeous!!!!!

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    BarbaraKrooss  5 months ago

    Oh, My Cat! How beautiful! And Georgia even got the waning crescent moon in the sky perfect for the date. Purrr…fect! What attention to detail.

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    Robin Harwood  5 months ago

    And it isn’t broken. It’s just not what you think it is.

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    WelshRat Premium Member 5 months ago

    Good job Elvis is missing it. I’m not sure he likes most of the locals.

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  5 months ago

    Starry, starry night

    Paint your palette blue and gay

    They all look out on a summer’s day

    With eyes that know the flash’s beauty there

    Shadows on the hills

    Under the tree with funny skills

    Catch the breeze and get the chills

    In colors of the lovely painted land

    Now I understand

    What you tried to say to me

    “It’s just some meteors we see”

    And how you tried to give them glee

    And they would listen, they did know how

    Perseids they know and enjoy now

    Starry, starry night

    Flaming flashes that brightly blaze

    Swirling clouds in violet haze

    Reflect in each one’s to catch the clue

    Colors changing hue

    Rainbows blur am I a dope?

    Or just lookin’ thru a kaleidoscope?

    Or soothed beneath the artist’s loving hand?

    Now I understand

    What you tried to say to me

    That’s not evil but just beauty

    And how they fried by getting free

    They would listen, they did know how

    Perseids they’ll just adore them now

    For they could just love you

    And still their love was true

    And when this hope was left in sight

    On that starry, starry night

    You looked for fun, as we all often do

    But I could’ve told you dear ones

    I wish this world was meant for

    One as beautiful as you

    Starry, starry night

    Each one come together now

    Under the tree or on the bough

    With eyes that watch the world and can’t forget

    All the strangers that you’ve met

    Wild animals meet there very late

    With relations being intricate

    United and frolicking on the meadows, aww!

    Now I think I know

    What you tried to say to me

    It’s just some meteors we see

    And now enjoy the mere beauty

    Yes, they would listen, they are listening still

    Now let’s drink to our fill..

    Don McLean/ Vincent (Starry Starry Night)

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    Gent  5 months ago

    Not just beautiful, but spectacular, just like the beautifully spectacular colouring work here. Me give big thumbs up and big applause with me bear hands.

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    Absolutely breathtaking!

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    arolarson Premium Member 5 months ago

    Oh Georgia, you’ve outdone yourself! Truly fabulous. We’ve been cloudy so it is lovely to see such a beautiful watercolor version.

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 5 months ago

    I remember being at Choir Music Camp in rural IL when in grade school. It was two weeks in summer, and one night we camped out on a tarp in a field after picking raspberries and making ice cream. That night we watched a meteor shower. It was glorious.

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    Tigrisan Premium Member 5 months ago

    Absolutely gorgeous! And the only way I see them since for every single meteorological event we have, the sky is always overcast here and I never, ever see them anymore. And while I live in Michigan, at our previous house which is also where I grew up in SE Michigan, as a child, I could see the Northern Lights. Too much light pollution for that now as well. Guess we didn’t move far enough north.

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    TampaFanatic1  5 months ago

    Reminds me of star gazing in places like the Glades, Cedar Key and the Appalachians. As a child I still remember those stars at Blowing Rock back in the early ’70s. Light Pollution has made stargazing more challenging nowadays, especially here in FL. Here is an idea my daughter and I have for when she graduates from FSU next spring, before she goes off to grad school (hoping she chooses USF just down the road but likely staying in Tallahassee) …… It could be a fun week or so!

    https://www.blueridgeoutdoors.com/go-outside/4-of-the-best-night-sky-parks-in-appalachia/

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    rs0204 Premium Member 5 months ago

    I wish I could see this strip in a larger format, especially the last panel.

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    Georgia, if you’re reading comments today, save this one for the Rueben awards. It is one of your best works of art!

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    Jayfbird1969  5 months ago

    That last panel, wow. So beautiful.

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    lsnielson  5 months ago

    I don’t remember seeing the opossum family before. I wish we could see the meteor showers but too many lights.

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    Katzen1415  5 months ago

    Beautiful artwork in the last panel, and I also like the fourth with Burt eating a popsicle and Trevor holding Beatrix. I have lately been reading the Mothman Prophecies, and with this week’s supernatural storyline panel one immediately made me leap to a flying saucer storyline. But Georgia would never! Right?

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    ladykat  5 months ago

    This is one of your best strips ever, Georgia!

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    diskus Premium Member 5 months ago

    Looks like our newcasters will have to experience this from the window.

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    rheddmobile  5 months ago

    Re: animal politics. Our raccoons and possums get along pretty well for the most part, side by side but ignoring one another. But this year we have a baby possum and a baby raccoon who have become friends and trundle along together, walking the top of the fence! They are so cute! I saw momma possum during the “possum bus” phase when she had about a half dozen riding on top and more inside, but as far as I can tell only three babies have made it to the independent stage and stuck around. You can tell possums apart by their tails, ours look nearly alike but their tails are each very distinctive!

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    DorseyBelle  5 months ago

    I spy… a crow, Homestyle and Thimblefist, all the raccoons and pets and possums, but no mice? The possums hanging upside down while wearing pants completely cracked me up.

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    One Serious Cat  5 months ago

    I spy two can-wearing critters in the tree! One is a shoutmunk and the other is a squirrel, but I CANnot remember their names.

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    anomalous4  5 months ago

    One “Like” isn’t enough for this one! =SWOOOOOOOOOONNNNN= ♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥

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    schmitt7800  5 months ago

    Lovely!

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    Cat food server  5 months ago

    Lucky us (the orb), waking up to such a beautiful strip and loving community. Thank you Georgia, and all

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    lpayne.1632 Premium Member 5 months ago

    And Homestyle and Thimblefist are there, too!

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    Cassia  5 months ago

    Picture yourself in the grass on a hillside

    With wildlife in trees and pets standing by

    Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly

    Rainbows in kaleidoscope skies

    Perseid showers so fast yet serene

    Streaking over your head

    Look for the moon as the crescent does rise

    And she shines

    Georgia’s brilliant sky sublime and

    One more nighttime sky divine and

    Tommy does report so fine, mon

    Ah

    - John Lennon / Paul McCartney – Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds

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    Lauren Kramer  5 months ago

    Trevor snuggling Beatrix just absolutely melted me.

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    scaeva Premium Member 5 months ago

    I so miss the sky in the BWCAW, especially in August with the Perseids. Where we live, twenty years ago, we could still see the stars on a clear night. Not any more.

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    cawingcrow  5 months ago

    The last panel has Zazzle mug potential

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    mistercatworks  5 months ago

    Dress warmly, find a hillside far from city lights, lie down facing the sky and wait – try not to fall asleep between meteor events. :)

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    azevedan  5 months ago

    As is this comic!

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    ajwaldtwo  5 months ago

    Thanks Georgia! Another lovely image. The critters have a much better view of the Perseids shower than I EVER get. Good on them!

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    Catmom  5 months ago

    Where’s KittyKatz today, did I miss her?

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    SheMc  5 months ago

    Beautiful!!! I have never seen a meteor shower, or the Northern lights, I did see the Green flash when I lived in the Caribbean though, that was special X

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    lofox Premium Member 5 months ago

    I love the ‘possum family!

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    gerhartp  5 months ago

    This is just such a wonderful story today, and the drawings are beautiful – this helps put a little light in my life when needed after the passing of my Fearless!

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    What is that in front of Burt? Is it a telescope? A camera on a base to steady it for time lapse?

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    willie_mctell  5 months ago

    Sad thing is that most of them peak at 2 or 3AM. How about dusk instead?

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    Catmom  5 months ago

    Living in Virginia, we’re not supposed to see the auroras here. But years ago, I walked into my living room to see a bright green, silent, fluctuating glow through the little windows in the front door and through the closed blinds. It freaked me out so much I was afraid to investigate (I was cold sober, not chemically altered, and it wasn’t Christmas, July 4th, or any holiday). Not that late at night, but none of the neighbors ever mentioned it. Haven’t seen it again. Or maybe the aliens removed my memories…; )

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    Kitty Katz  5 months ago

    Atlantic Starr: Masterpiece

    A happy gathering of friends

    The whole world is alright

    A shower of shooting stars

    Sets the sky alight!

    A story paints a picture, of miracles unknown

    How can this wonder be? The joy I see!

    …….

    Silver in a dark blue sky

    More precious than all gems,

    A painting of a wondrous world

    Shared with each and every friend!

    A world of pure majesty in this picture!

    And now it’s time to say, that night or day

    …….

    This is a masterpiece, it’s true

    The world seems so brand new

    Brimming with such joy and love!

    Ooh!

    This is a masterpiece, it’s true

    The world seems so brand new!

    And it’s a treasure!

    …….

    Like a real life kaleidoscope, the sky just bursts with light

    Unable to contain myself, my joy, it just takes flight!

    To share with so many friends, there is no need for strife!

    And now I thank you, friends, let this love never end!

    …….

    The history and politics we all can put aside

    Let’s watch the Creator’s magic show

    A miracle of light!

    Captured in such a picture,

    So lovely, beautiful

    And now I thank you all

    As shooting stars fall!

    …….

    This is a masterpiece, it’s true

    The world seems so brand new

    Brimming with such joy and love!

    Ooh!

    This is a masterpiece, it’s true

    The world seems so brand new!

    And it’s a treasure!

    …….

    This work of art we’re seeing,

    Never let it go

    Beauty and joy forever,

    And we’ll always know that:

    …….

    This is a masterpiece, it’s true

    The world seems so brand new

    Brimming with such joy and love!

    Ooh!

    This is a masterpiece, it’s true

    The world seems so brand new!

    And it’s a treasure!

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    asrialfeeple  5 months ago

    I’m sure that, if we ever got to see the perseids over here, they’d be beautiful.

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    knight1192a  5 months ago

    Vile racoons are probably hoping it’s some secret weapon they can use in their next war. One which will make them look like the victims while doing damage to their enemies.

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    Hedgehog  5 months ago

    I hope Louie is on his way!

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    ChrisTrey  5 months ago

    Beautiful – but I have 10 felines here who be offended at the word “Pet”!

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    Corwin Haught Premium Member 5 months ago

    There’s a caption from Burt in the second panel, yet there he is in the field staring on the very next panel.

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    crazeekatlady2  5 months ago

    OT. google chrome died on my computer, had to go to a new browser, gocomics didn’t recognize me, so I had to do a new account. Same crazee, but now crazeekatlady2 with a new avatar. Can’t see any comments form Saturday though.

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    lynv130  5 months ago

    The last panel says it all! Thanks Georgia.

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    knight1192a  5 months ago

    Fireworks

    Fireflies

    On the roof watching summer night skies

    All the boys

    All the girls

    All the time making love with our eyes

    Life just goes on for us day after day

    Screamin’ by, oh oh oh

    Fast as a shooting star

    Crusin’ the midnight sky

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    Miss Mina  5 months ago

    From Georgia on FB:

    I love this one, I hope you do too. <3 It was so much fun to paint and add the shooting stars in Photoshop later.

    (The opossum’s name is Prometheus… he’ll be properly introduced one day. We’ve met him once already in the garage of the Big Pink House!)

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    azkfwecho Premium Member 5 months ago

    What are they all doing up so late? Best viewing times are always 2 or 3 a.m.

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    azkfwecho Premium Member 5 months ago

    Perseids are nearly always not visible here in southeast Arizona due to our Monsoon! Almost always seem to have clouds on the best day, if not all of the days of the Perseids. I think I remember once we actually got to see them.

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    Aslan Balaur  5 months ago

    I’ve always wanted to see the Perseid shower as it occurs around my birthday, but every year, it’s cloudy the whole time!

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    Robert Carnegie  5 months ago

    “I saw two shooting stars last nightAnd critters, some inclined to bite.Although I do have T.C.P.I think I’d better let them be.”

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