MUTTS: I like the current story arc about the Angel Flights to take shelter dogs to new homes.
GATURRO: No translation needed! lol
CRANKSHAFT: Shades of Don Quixote?
PHANTOM: It appears that we have clarification that P. has not yet gone to the Gravelines prison where Savarna is incarcerated. …that the recent strips have been Old Man Mozz’s “story,” i.e. Mozz’s “words of warning” of what will happen if P. springs Savarna from Gravelines.
GATURRO: G’s owner tells him that she doesn’t want to see a mouse inside the house any more…so G’s close friend Ramiro dons a disguise as a rabbit.
MARY WORTH: Dawn made the mistake of taking Jared for granted. But relationships are like gardens…they have to be properly tended.
MUTTS: A reference to Bruce Springsteen?
GATURRO: G. is in quarantine, with visiting hours, until he stops losing hair (fur?). The shelves contain: wool ball…journals….food.
GATURRO: Being able to stay home and do nothing but watch a rainy day out the window is lovely; however, this only applies to those who don’t have obligations requiring them to head out in the storm.
SUNDAY PHANTOM: Panel 1 is delightful today, even for those who don’t follow the Phantom stories. The “dog” is P’s pet wolf, Hero. Diana’s names for the other 3 critters are obvious. :-)
JUDGE PARKER: Oh, the drama! (An interesting recap of all of the current JP story lines.) :-|
MARY WORTH: If Dawn finds out that Jared is interested in one of his patients, will she make trouble for him at his job? :-(
REX MORGAN: A new story that picks up on an old story. :-)
MUTTS: I’m not sure what “Cool Beans” means, but I love Panel 3! :-) :-)
GATURRO: Is this about nail-trimming? (I am having trouble with the translation) Gaturro and the kitten need one of those scratching posts!