Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for November 04, 2023

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    McColl34 Premium Member 5 months ago

    What a view! Well worth a short walk!

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    Ricky Bennett  5 months ago

    Last time I took charge, I got zapped by a battery…

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    uncle snipe  5 months ago

    I saw a star slide down the sky, Blinding the north as it went by, Too burning and too quick to hold, Too lovely to be bought or sold, Good only to make wishes onAnd then forever to be gone.

    -Sara Teasdale

    So glad our furry friends at BCN are not like that star sliding own the sky.

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    TampaFanatic1  5 months ago

    Awesome view. What a way to wind down the arc!

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    rheddmobile  5 months ago

    I can vouch for lookouts! Every night when my raccoons head out, one stays up on the corner of the roof or in the crook of a tree as a lookout, until everyone is safely under the fence.

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    JLChi  5 months ago

    Another beautiful view of a night sky.

    And the Queen surveying her domain, all safe and sound.

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    thelsrc  5 months ago

    Love the beautiful night sky. And the moon is once again in the proper phase – waning gibbous. I am so taken by the attention to the smallest detail in every strip.

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    “Silent night…All is calm; all is bright.”

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    Lily.spokescat  5 months ago

    I believe I see actual constellations in that beautiful sky. I’m not good at ID-ing them, but maybe I see Orion, possibly Casseopeia’s chair…? Would like to know the one next to the moon with two large stars.

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    Last Rose Of Summer Premium Member 5 months ago

    …and peace descends upon the land.

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    cb8ty  5 months ago

    The last panel is reminiscent of the night Mag stood overlooking the destruction of her domain. She said she’d get it all back.

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    WelshRat Premium Member 5 months ago

    The price of freedom is eternal vigilance. As Mag told Gutter before telling him he was never sleeping again…

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    ikini Premium Member 5 months ago

    I think in panel one Queen Mag is taking off her chickadee shoulder harness. And little Spork is flat-out dead to the world.

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    ikini Premium Member 5 months ago

    Is the raven’s lookout made from a plumber’s helper?

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    Lady Bri  5 months ago

    I want that last panel blown up huge and on one of my walls. It’s SO breathtaking. The shooting star is magical amid the watercolour black-blue sky. I love that Georgia painted the seas in the moon. ❤

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 5 months ago

    Peace is settling in comfortably.

    That last is one resplendent view.

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    Sue Ellen  5 months ago

    BRAVO Ms. Dunn! You have created a beautiful ending to an epic tale. You’ve also caused computer screens across the planet to go blurry!

    STANDING OVATION!

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    AmazingMrWonderful  5 months ago

    The quiet after the battle has ended. That’s when you try to make sense of your victory and count your loses and decide if it was all worth it. I’ve been there too many times.

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    cat19632001  5 months ago

    Back of regal raccoon head.

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    cat19632001  5 months ago

    Looks like the boys survived playing in the thresher.

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    Kitty Katz  5 months ago

    John Lodge, The Moody Blues:Eyes of a Child

    Listen, hear the sounds

    The world awaits

    Wonder all around

    The world awaits.

    …….

    Fighting through war and conflict

    Still hope prevails

    We meet our new friends

    And know we’ll never fail!

    …….

    Looking out on the wild we must know how to see

    There is love all around and you know you will be

    A small part of the hope

    Of a love that exists

    Looking out on the wild we will see!

    …….

    Looking near and far, new times await

    With a shooting star, new times await

    Here is the new world, and now how does it feel?

    Your dreams will go with you

    We’ll all help make them real!

    …….

    Looking out on the wild we must know how to see

    There is love all around and you know you will be

    A small part of the hope

    Of a love that exists

    Looking out on the wild we will see!

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    Tigrisan Premium Member 5 months ago

    thank you, georgia

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    tatempleman  5 months ago

    It all comes full circle. At the beginning, Queen Mag looked out over her kingdom as the raccoons retreated to the forest, vowing to come back. She now looks again over her kingdom, and all is right again. Her vow to return and reclaim the dumpster and fields has been fulfilled.

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    cat19632001  5 months ago

    Li’l Spork feetsies and tail!

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    Kitty Katz  5 months ago

    Meanwhile, Back on the Nile

    At the Punn State Woodchuck Stadium

    Serfig-Aro: Welcome, sports fans, to the Lawn Potato Championship Game between the Harsh Browns and the Mash Spuds! The officials are on the field with the team captains. The Mash Spuds have won the toss and have elected to defer. The Harsh Browns will receive. Here is the kickoff.

    Queen Lisa: That was a most enjoyable ride to the stadium. Please send Avenger and Emma a bucket of the finest oats with King Monty and my compliments.

    Puckmosis: With pleasure, Your Majesty. I will order a bucket of Trevor-Hotep’s Cheery Oats for each of them.

    At the Half

    Serfig-Aro: The score at the half of this hard-fought game: The Mash Spuds 17, the Harsh Browns 15. Now for our halftime show: Lupinium and his tumblers featuring Diana Filly!

    King Monty: They are very good. Avenger and Emma must be very proud.

    Queen Catshepsut: They are.

    Puckmosis: Has anyone seen Elvis? He was supposed to meet with his great-grandparents, the retired ambassadors to Afar.

    Queen Cat: I believe he has gone for a dignified lunch.

    At the Punn State Creamery

    Nana Siamese: Oh, look. They have your favorite flavor, Elvis. Super-Dee-Duper Swirl.

    Elvis: I’ll have a double scoop!

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    misty  5 months ago

    War end is heaven sent

    Fields to roam, peace event

    No owl, no mole, no threats

    Thimble played thumb castanets

    Ah, but, friends couldn’t have helped too soon

    Mag gives thanks under stunning stars and moon

    She knows just what her raccoons need

    Bling and abode

    - Roger Miller – King Of The Road

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    rs0204 Premium Member 5 months ago

    It is unfortunate that light pollution is limiting the number of stars you can see in the night sky. How many of you have been in enough darkness that you can see a portion of the spiral arms of the Milky Way Galaxy? I have. And it is a breathtaking sight.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 5 months ago

    I like the lookout’s kaleidoscope viewer. It is small details like that which makes this strip so good!!

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    wuhts  5 months ago

    I must be catching a cold . . . not sneezing, but as I got to the last panel, tears slowly emerged from my eyes. Ms. Dunn, thank you for the best story ever!!

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    bonita.eley  5 months ago

    What a lovely night for a walk!

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    misty  5 months ago

    When you see a shooting star

    Blazing by and traveled far

    All good things that have transpired

    Recalled by you

    And you know it is no dream

    Peace and love still reign supreme

    When you gaze upon the stars

    And valley too

    Like a bolt out of the blue

    Streaking by and out of view

    A shooting star is what we are

    As time flies, too

    - Leigh Harline / Fred Douglas Jr. WashingtonWhen You Wish Upon a Star

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    gregcomn  5 months ago

    Passed out raccoon in the first panel is hilarious, while the last panel is both beautiful and poignant. Wonder what the shooting star represents in this story arc?

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    DorseyBelle  5 months ago

    Baby raccoon feet in the air and Back Of Raccoon Head!

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    cat19632001  5 months ago

    Meanwhile Magazine and Beatrix are staying up late, painting their nails, fixing their fur, and having fun.

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    GSD Mom Premium Member 5 months ago

    Off-Topic Post – Baby R update.

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    skipper1992  5 months ago

    <== the reward of patience is patience – St. Augustine (I think it was Robin who introduced me to this quote … if not this one, it was another, similarly-themed St. Augustine quote)

    Rewards to be granted in full on Friday.

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    diskus Premium Member 5 months ago

    Is this the longest arc ever?

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    Thecatboy  5 months ago

    Wow just got caught up a LOT of stuff happened

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    ladykat  5 months ago

    Georgia, thank you so much for this wonderful story arc. I really enjoyed it.

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    lsnielson  5 months ago

    And they all lived peaceably ever after.

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    metagalaxy1970  5 months ago

    Everybody’s tuckered out.

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    ikini Premium Member 5 months ago

    Details: what other cartoonist would bother to create patterns on fabrics, two different ones at that, for couch and mattress?; Gutter’s “thumb” pointing back to “all around”; @thelsrc pointed out the accuracy of the depiction of the moon; in the last panel, the peace is so pervasive even Gutter appears to be sleeping, save in the knowledge of Queen Mag’s oversight. [Sigh of content.]

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    marilynnbyerly  5 months ago

    Meanwhile, Puck is preparing to save the world from falling leaves, Elvis is happy his family is safe, and Lupin is planning his annual assault on the Thanksgiving turkey and the space goo.

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    willie_mctell  5 months ago

    I hope it’s not a what possibly could go wrong moment.

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    Le'letha Premium Member 5 months ago

    Beautiful! A lovely, peaceful conclusion to a wonderful and busy story arc. Looking forward to rereading it in full now!

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    Catmom  5 months ago

    Georgia, I have loved this arc and almost hate to see it end. But I know you have many more stories to tell us and I can’t wait for the next one!

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    Red Bird  5 months ago

    Georgia is a wiz at drawing fabulous night skies.

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    La Gata Loca  5 months ago

    I love that she painted the dark side of the moon, too. Probably more obvious to the cats and raccoons than to us, given their night vision.

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    Font Lady Premium Member 5 months ago

    OT:

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    Gloria Fleming  5 months ago

    It took me 3 reads to see the raccoon in the bottom right corner in the first panel. So only Princess Mad Mag. is missing. Presumably with Bea doing “barn stuff”.

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    GSD Mom Premium Member 5 months ago

    Time for a well-earned rest!

    Thank you for this wonderful Epic Tale, Georgia – it’s been fabulous.

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    scaeva Premium Member 5 months ago

    I think the constellation may be Taurus, with a Taurid meteor.

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    cb8ty  5 months ago

    It looks like the moles have done a good job of fixing the fields already.

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    Georgia Dunn creator 5 months ago

    Thank you so much to everyone for your kind comments and your excitement and reactions throughout this longer tale! It will likely be the longest single story BCN arc we’ll see in newspapers. I wanted a war correspondence story and I wanted it to be a significant historical event for all of the characters. So that we would all experience a bit of BCN history in our crew’s generation together! My hope is that it will be a standalone book one day. It was a huge undertaking to weave in so many characters and different elements, but I’m really proud of how it turned out. I hope you have enjoyed it! For folks who missed the regular broadcasts, thank you for hanging in there for all of us who enjoyed this one. Slightest spoiler, after two more strips next week, BCN will return to its regularly scheduled broadcasts on Wednesday!

    Thank you so much for reading and enjoying my stories. You all make storytelling an absolute delight, I can’t believe how lucky I am to have folks who relate to these stories, and I needed this story this summer!

    Of all the characters I could have spent this season of life with, I’m grateful it was Old Mag and Baba Mouse. Our girls.

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    sisterea  5 months ago

    I must admit, I am perplexed as to where the queen is going.

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    Mountaingreenery  5 months ago

    The moles did a good job of tidying up their mess on the battlefield.

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    SFShawn  5 months ago

    Georgia, this was a very fun story arc! I loved the longer story as much as I love the dailies. Very timely too. If only the world could find peace as your characters have here. Thank you for your humor, your perspective, and your art. All so wonderful!

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    jnd113  5 months ago

    Georgia I love all of your comics and look forward for them every day and I’m 77 years old! My wife and myself had six strays and one bought cat at one time. Loved and miss each and every one.

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    Daltongang Premium Member 5 months ago

    Ah, that Time could touch a form

    That could show what Homer’s age

    Bred to be a hero’s wage.

    ‘Were not all her life but storm

    Would not painters paint a form

    Of such noble lines,’ I said,

    ‘Such a delicate high head,

    All that sternness amid charm,

    All that sweetness amid strength?’

    Ah, but peace that comes at length,

    Came when Time had touched her form.

    W.B. Yates

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    GSD Mom Premium Member 5 months ago

    Off-Topic Reminder

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    Aspen_Bell  5 months ago

    WAR IS OVER!

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    Gloria Fleming  5 months ago

    Ot. We here in the US will be changing our clocks back an hr tonight (Sat/sun a.m. so we might be a bit more confused than usual. Please be patient.

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    sue.essen  5 months ago

    Georgia, we appreciate & love you!!

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    ChattyFran  5 months ago
    I love everything you draw, Georgia, but I will be very happy to return to “our regularly scheduled broadcasts.” Glad you took the opportunity to explore new ideas that will certainly make a great graphic novel or even a spin off strip – and that it helped you get through a difficult time. ❤️
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    besuper  5 months ago

    When it comes out as a book, I’ll buy it. I have all your so-far books, and I’ve given the latest one to my oldest daughter, another crazy cat lady, because I thought the humor was good even if you don’t know the characters!

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    kgornick Premium Member 5 months ago

    I loved this arc! It had so many of the special ingredients I love about BCN: clever and sometimes surprising new characters, known characters with deep backstories and lore, little hints and “Easter eggs” along the way, story theme about things that are both simple and deeply meaningful, and of course Georgia’s gorgeous art. It would make a wonderful stand alone book, but I also loved watching it play out here. I stayed up way too late on several occasions just to get the next installment!

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    tkstuber  5 months ago

    Belated comment on Panel 4: Isn’t GrandMag walking over to Montague? Perhaps to console and make full peace with her adversary?

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    tkstuber  5 months ago

    Belated comment on Panel 4: Isn’t GrandMag walking over to Montague? Perhaps to console and make full peace with her adversary?

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