Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for December 11, 2023

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    uncle snipe  7 months ago

    Somehow I think Lupin’s idea of “thorough research” probably consists of reading two wikipedia pages and sleeping on an Encyclopedia Britannic, Volume S for Santa, in hopes that he’ll acquire all the knowledge needed through osmosis!

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    MrsXandamere  7 months ago

    The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus omg! I have got to dig out my DVD this year.

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    WelshRat Premium Member 7 months ago

    Lupin loves logical leaps. Especially if they’re off kilter.

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    thelsrc  7 months ago

    Lupin is hitting the books. Literally.

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    Sue Ellen  7 months ago

    Maybe Lupin should get Beatrix to help him with that research.

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    McColl34 Premium Member 7 months ago

    Well . . . Lupin’s probably not entirely wrong . . . but the way he relayed the information . . . and the consequences thereof . . .

    Yeah. Everyone’s annoyed with him.

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    GreasyOldTam  7 months ago

    I think he can skip straight to the “Georgia Dunn” book. I’m guessing it has everything he needs.

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    dmah Premium Member 7 months ago

    Uh, Lupin, aren’t you supposed to do the research first before telling kittens things like that? Oh, never mind. Lupin is in full frantic retcon mode, so we might as well enjoy the ride and see where it takes us …

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    Gent  7 months ago

    You will gets all research data about that shapeshifting alien cat in the book of ancient astronut theorists, Lupin.

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    Liam G.P  7 months ago

    Nooo!!! Why did Lupin say “thorough research and citation”?!? I HATE essays! IMO.

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    Ruth Brown  7 months ago

    No comment from Burt?

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 7 months ago

    Not everyone is mad at Lupin.

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    valeries Premium Member 7 months ago

    Lupin has pulled out the ultimate authority—Georgia Dunn!

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    Liz the Lucky Premium Member 7 months ago

    I figure it’s Puck’s turn to get Minister’s Cat-ed. I’ll start.

    Puck is an Adorable cat.

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    Jacob Mattingly   7 months ago

    I can’t be live I’m rooting for login but it figures the ONE time puck gets mad at him…pucks in the wrong.

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    ikini Premium Member 7 months ago

    Georgia wrote on her Patreon account yesterday that she wrote this year’s Christmas special when she was 13 years old.

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    Last Rose Of Summer Premium Member 7 months ago

    Excuse me…how else can Santa fit in a chimney if he doesn’t shape shift..?

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    Lady Bri  7 months ago

    OT: In case anyone missed yesterday’s (for the Northern Hemisphere) UPDATE ON TROUBLE

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    JLChi  7 months ago

    I thought everyone knew Santa has a transporter like on Star Trek. That’s how he got in our house(s). Never had a chimney, but somehow Santa was there.

    He would arrive on our rooftop early evening on Christmas Eve. My parents and grandparents would hear him (I never did), and we had to hide in the bedroom until he left because Santa can’t work while kids are watching — I never knew the logic behind that, though. I guess we would be a distraction.

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    Miss Mina  7 months ago

    Go Lupin! Back up your theory with research!

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    ladykat  7 months ago

    My four daemons must be in the Lupin league. They have been tiny horses since four AM. I gave up and got up at five. I am now officially cranky for the rest of the day.

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    katey11 Premium Member 7 months ago

    We need Bea for the research side.

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    ShadowBeast Premium Member 7 months ago

    Lupin technically isn’t wrong about the shapeshifting. Santa would need to magically change shape to fit down the chimneys.

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    LtPowers  7 months ago

    You know, I was going to say I didn’t understand why everyone thinks Lupin is lying.

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    ajh2i  7 months ago

    “thorough research and citations” for the win!! <3

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    I AM CARTOON LADY!  7 months ago

    I hope you also do some, video research, too Lupin!

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    Ignatz Premium Member 7 months ago

    Lupin is right. “Giving a nod, up the chimney he rose” – how is that even possible?

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    cat19632001  7 months ago

    Lupin engages in “aggressive book slamming.”

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    rs0204 Premium Member 7 months ago

    Lupin will figure this out. He can be a very determined cat.

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    Daltongang Premium Member 7 months ago

    Oh but Lupin, you are lying to the kittens, you have been duped into believing in the Great Christmas Lie that is Santa Clause. You are also proving that one lie begets another, and another and another until that fateful day when the lie is exposed for what it is. The day that trust absolute takes a hit and can never more be returned to the level it once was.

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    Le'letha Premium Member 7 months ago

    Yeah, Lupin! Love your research and citations! You tell them!

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    Le'letha Premium Member 7 months ago

    And what makes everyone think Lupin hasn’t already read these sources? He seems pretty confident that they’re all relevant, and he’s not wrong either! I’m with Lupin here. He was telling a great story that fit with other Santa-related stories, just highlighted an aspect most of them only imply. And then everyone piled on him. That’s not lying. That’s fanfiction.

    Fanfic forever!

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    misty  7 months ago

    Don’t know much about Santa Claus

    Don’t like much the stress poor Lupin caused

    Now his book research is gonna show

    Just how much that scampy boy does know

    Well, I do believe that it’s all true

    And if all cats could believe it too

    What a wonderful world this would be

    La, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta (Mystery)

    Hmm-mm-mm (Clausogy)

    Whoa, la, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta (Santa books)

    Hmm-mm-mm (The pile he took)

    Yeah, I do believe in Lupin’s screed

    And if his solid proof does succeed

    What a wonderful world this would be

    (When they save Santa from li’l Ora Z!) ❤️

    - Sam Cooke/Lou Adler/Herb Alpert – Wonderful World

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    Alverant  7 months ago

    Hogfather should be in that pile of books.

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    bonita.eley  7 months ago

    OH OH Lupin with ears back – the reporter is going Woodward and Bernstein on this one!! Do it Lupin!!!

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    davanden  7 months ago

    We need a chart about this.

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    scyphi26  7 months ago

    Somebody’s been doing their homework!

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    JDP_Huntington Beach  7 months ago

    MMM. If Santa can shape shift and be any size he wants – couldn’t he escape the jar through the air holes?

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    Fennec! at the Disco  7 months ago

    Um… I thought that was a stack of DVDs he was going to watch. My mistake!

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    Fennec! at the Disco  7 months ago

    Three cat night.

    It got down to about 40°F overnight – mighty cold by south Texas standards. I wound up with all three cats in the bed with me. And no hissy-growlies! The lil gray guy was by my feet, the orange plush by my knees, and the princess crawled in under the blanket and curled up by my chest. Wonderful bed-warmers!

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    Katzen1415  7 months ago

    I love Elvis and Lupin’s disputes. This one particularly reminds me of their Valentine’s Day battle over crinkly wrappers. “Nope, it was peer reviewed.”

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    BarbaraKrooss  7 months ago

    The best example of “(whoever-) – splaining” I ever encountered was from the play, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Near the end, bossy, know-it-all Lucy explains how the world works to her naive younger brother, Linus. (e.g., ants pull the grass to make it grow.) The play’s script’s available for free online. A great holiday season read, best enjoyed with hot chocolate and cookies.

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    Kitty Katz  7 months ago

    Meanwhile, Back on the Nile

    Iggy: I’d like to learn to play a stringed instrument.

    Mandy: Here is one we just got in. It came from Ali-Bama.

    Lynn: He was on his way to Lu-Siana.

    Iggy: Just the thing. It’ll go just fine in the band. I think I’ll call it…Well the Orb can figure it out.

    Ora Z: Can we break the strings?

    Iggy: I’d rather you didn’t. But there are plenty of percussion instruments for you to pound.

    Meanwhile, Back at the Palace

    Elvis-Anum: Mag-Lor just sent me another batch of scrolls to be transcribed. The Elven saga continues.

    Beatrixia: And Elvis is an Amanuensis Cat!

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    GSD Mom Premium Member 7 months ago

    Way to go, Lupin! Quotations from authoritative sources will make your case (especially that last one – Georgia Dunn is the ultimate authority in this instance.

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    Granny Roberta  7 months ago

    Finally we’ve found a way to make Lupin (any school kid) interested in research and citations.

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    Red Bird  7 months ago

    Lupin making time to do some quick research? Mind blown!

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    willie_mctell  7 months ago

    Chimney sizes vary a lot.

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    Gloria Fleming  7 months ago

    i hope when Lupin is proved right that he gets an apology from all that dumped on him. Still waiting for Goldie to apologize for stealing his tape recorder! Oct 2, 2019 (hint, hint, please, please, Georgia)

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    Mekoides  7 months ago

    Anyone notice the third book in the pile in the last panel? Neat!

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    Susan Rollinson Premium Member 7 months ago

    When I was about five (back in the early 1960’s) , I used to take an old mayonnaise jar, poke hole in the lid, put some grass ( from the lawn) into the jar. Then I used to pick up ants from the sidewalk, put them in the jar, and take them into our house, to keep as pets. My mother would take them outside and let them go.

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    GSD Mom Premium Member 7 months ago

    Has anyone seen a post from Sue Ellen today? She’s usually up and posting by now. Hope all is well.

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    Spiffy  7 months ago

    Lupin is right. Santa makes himself, you know, like a really small guy when he comes down the chimney. It’s all documented in “Santa Claus and His Old Lady” by Cheech and Chong.

    https://www.songlyrics dot com/cheech-chong/santa-claus-and-his-old-lady-lyrics/

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    Mary McNeil Premium Member 7 months ago

    Sending purrayers and Power of the Paw to Trouble and all who care for him !

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    Grey Forest  7 months ago

    When my family moved to a house that didn’t have a fireplace, I asked how Santa would be able get in to leave the presents. Dad said that Santa could make himself small enough to fit through the keyhole.

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    Susan Rollinson Premium Member 7 months ago

    When my daughter was a toddler , I told her that Daddy gets up and lets Santa in through the front door, so she couldn’t go downstairs until 7:00a.m., or Santa wouldn’t leave presents.

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    fuzzybritches  7 months ago

    Folks, a couple days ago we missed something of great importance! But maybe we can go back?

    https://www.nationaldaycalendar.Com/national-day/pretend-to-be-a-time-traveler-day-december-8

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    metagalaxy1970  7 months ago

    The only that MAY support Lupin is The Night Before Christmas.

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    Sue Ellen  7 months ago

    Since Lupin brought up the idea of Christmas books, I just finished a cute Santa mystery novella called Three French Hens and a Murder by Michele PW (Pariza Wacek). Two women are driving through a snow storm when they see an injured Santa on the side of the road, so of course they had to stop and take him to the hospital. He’s worried because he can’t find his head elf or his 3 French hens. It leaves you wondering all through the book, is he really Santa or just a really convincing con artist?

    Twelve cozy mystery writers got together and wrote the 12 book series with titles related to the 12 days of Christmas. There is a clue to another mystery in each book. Readers who read all 12 books and find the clues get a free book with additional stories and recipes. I probably won’t read all of them because some of the books are Historical Themed Cozy Mysteries, of which I’m not so fond. This one is book #3. You can read them in any order. Some of the books are by writers of series I follow. I liked the characters so much in this one, I’m going to go back and start reading the Charlie Kingsley Mysteries series.

    Next up is Four Fatal Flying Fruitcakes: A Ravenwood Cove Cozy Mystery (The Twelve Days of Christmas Cozy Mysteries Book 4)by Carolyn L. Dean, part of a series I’ve followed since the beginning.

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    uncle snipe  7 months ago

    It just dawned on me, If Ora Zella DOES capture Santa in her jar….while he is small…..Could he not just return to full size, shattering the jar, and escape?

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    Teto85 Premium Member 7 months ago

    I’m gonna enjoy going down this rabbit hole.

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