Looks like the floor is a ceiling for Lupin and Ora Zella.
Poor scared Pucky! But it’s ok! Goldie’s Huge Toebeans, and Lupin doing Lupin things. Ora Z bounding through the air. ALL IS WELL?
Lupin: “I just did, Burt. I like it better this way! Don’t you?”
Think of it as a shake down cruise, Burt!
All right, who gave Lupin and OZ caffeine? ;-)
I so want Pucky’s nightmare of Miss Havisham’s Dinner Party.
Oooh, a GREAT EXPECTATIONS reference.
Goldie beans! :D
Burt’s snark is lovely as always.
That first impression of “nice” is luring them into a false sense of security.
Meanwhile, Back on the Nile
Iggy Shipwright: Alright, Kitties, time to take your mats and listen to a story.
Kitten Neferu: Is it about boats and sailing?
Iggy: Yes. It’s about a small wooden boat’s journey down the Nile, called Paddle to the Nile.
Ms Sebayt: Time to go, class. Can we all thank Mr. Iggy?
Class: Thank you, Mr. Iggy!
Iggy: That was fun. Maybe I could read to them some other time.
Beatrixia: I think they’d like that. Maybe you could read to some of the other classes as well.
Ora Zed: I’d like to make a boat like Paddle! Do you think Wally or Iron Glove would let me use their tools?
Bea: Maybe when you’re a bit older.
Ora: Can I make boats to sail on the Nile?
Bea: For now why not make origami boats? They could float.
Ora: Ooh…Could we burn them when we’re done?
Iggy: Let’s make the boats first.
And this is why Elvis didn’t leave Puck alone.❤️
I think Ora would be scary on caffeine. Kittens tend to go at 100 or 0, rarely anything else. Yes, Monroe is a definite exemplar of this.
Phew! For a moment I thought Lupin was hanging down from a chandelier or something
“Why? So it’s upside down?”
When can we see the 3-D virtual reality version of this?
Giant in your face toebeans!! Giant IYF Squeeee!!!
Even Puck’s fangs look worried.
Considering which two cats are in that last room, there is a distinct possibility that the camera is perfectly upright and the cats are literally upside down.
My cats love cobwebs and dust bunnies, can’t keep them out of them. Yesterday I ended up moving and cleaning under the stove because the new kitten was obsessed with fetching bits of stuff from under it.
I think Lupin and Ora Zella are in The Man and Woman’s new bedroom. It looks like the headboard that OZ is scampering across.
I love the details Georgia gives: making Goldie’s paw/toe beans not only larger, but slightly out of focus, as if she’s touching the camera lens. Wonder if Tommy and Sophie and Fig and Tabitha will also be doing live feeds?
So we have established two of the rooms are nice, which is certainly meaningful when we can’t see anything past our feline reporters. We have also established that one room is upside down, and that Lupin has taught Ora Zella the secret to turning a ceiling into a floor. If there’s anyone who believes in themself, it is that kitten!
Happy Stab Julius Caesar Day!
poor, sweet Pucky.
he does love to worry.
Aww, poor Puck. But I feel it’s more, The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, going on, over there!
Nonononono! The LAST panel ushers in that bold new experiment, BREAKING BAT NEWS!
The ceiling is a floor again! And Ora Zella is running across it!
I don’t know if there’s anything a cat loves more than exploring new space.
Our most Pucky-like cat is Holly Bear. Holmes is an orange version of Lupin – total chaos, but so cute doing it.
May not be the camera. I can believe Lupin and Ora Zella are really upside down.
Definitely a shout out for the toe bean (tori) lovers. I wonder if there is a no cats allowed room?
I would have loved to see Lupin’s speech balloon upside down, too.
No, it’s okay, Burt, Lupin’s just recording this live from the ceiling, because that’s just something that mad lad would do.
Dust in the webs… all Puck fears is dust in the webs….
Goldie toe beens…
The camera isn’t upside down lupin and ora are.
In the last panel, it looks like Ora Zella just ran into one of Lupin’s ears and out the other—which may be entirely possible!
I don’t mind the camera angle. It gives us a unique perspective of the room.
I so appreciate Georgia’s artwork and creativity! This comic is always lovely, with so many wonderful little touches that really set it apart from the others. The wonderful range of emotions, details such as the blurred paw in the foreground, the upside-down camera – each cat’s character is so well-developed, and they are all so endearing.
I am also so glad to be part of this online community! I may not be able to keep on top of who everyone is, but I do care; and I appreciate all the love shown here. It’s a definite reflection of the artist. I’m sure Georgia never imagined her comic about cats as TV news reporters would engender such a loving and supportive community, but it’s a reflection of what she brings to the table.
Poor little tyke.
And Ora Zella just bounces merrily along. She needs to share some of her confidence with Puck.
Like the Miss Havisham reference! But I’m pretty sure the People completely scoured the new side of dust and cobwebs before giving cats the go-ahead to explore.
Read “Great Expectations” in freshman English when I was 12 or 13. I didn’t care for it that much except for Miss Havisham’s wedding reception. My opinion of the book changed as I got older. Edgar Rice Burroughs used the party thing in one of his Mars books, IIRC. Could have been Pellucidar.
Huh, didn’t realize that Goldie was a polly. And there goes Ora zipping around………
It will be O.K. Puck, don’t worry little guy.
Compliments on Goldie’s out-of-focus paw, very nice (and realistic!) effect.
I wonder if we will find out why Freddie didn’t like that addition and had it walled off?
Little Missie OZ seems to be having a blast!
That last panel ! Lol
February 26, 2016