Georgia Dunn Creator

Hello! I'm the cartoonist behind 'Breaking Cat News!' I enjoy illustrating, cartooning, baking, antique shops, old-timey detective shows, and anything with avocados. Wife, mother, cat lover. One day I hope to be a little old lady who rides around town on her bicycle solving mysteries.

Recent Comments

  1. 8 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    The Girl would agree with you, she is always visiting the snakes are our local pet store!

  2. 10 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    This storyline absolutely wrecked me as a kid… and showed me how good and moving storytelling in comics could truly be.

  3. 18 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    That is it, indeed!! Great catch!

  4. 18 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I did indeed make a ham!

  5. 24 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I realized in writing this strip a couple of weeks ago (and trying to fit in “doomed” somewhere, but having no luck) that I can’t believe I missed the opportunity to do a “first robin of spring” strip LAST year and have the robin warn that they were doomed (ahead of the mole wars!) What would have been a fun nod here could also have doubled as a realization later and ahhhhh, how did I miss that?! Lol!!

    (I may have to add one when the book version of that story arc comes together!)

  6. 26 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I want to thank everyone for the support this week during BCN’s real life tiny news broadcast, straight from the scene of the funny pages. Thank you for your words of encouragement, for sharing this with people and reaching out to your newspapers, and for the enthusiasm you have shown myself and my colleagues! I still have high hopes that this can be corrected and women can be brought back into other newspapers that dropped us. And if not, I’ve read through many of your comments about a discrimination case (and had several attorneys reach out to me since the Washington Post article dropped) and I agree that may be inevitable. In addition to my own legal talks, I’ll support any action the syndicates, newspapers, NCS, or other cartoonists take to hold these companies accountable for wiping out the women cartoonists from their pages. Something will be figured out. There’s no option where Americans accept that nearly 350 newspapers host less than 2% comics credited to women in 2024. If Gannett is waiting for that to be their easy answer, that’s not it. It’s especially not it when mega-sellers like Dana Simpson were dropped, and humbly myself, Will Henry, and Steenz, all of whom also sell plenty of books and have a strong readership in schools.

    …To quote Thimblefist, “It will be ok, because we will make it ok.”

    Thank you for supporting Tabitha and Baba Mouse (and me) speak up this week. I was very anxious at the start of the week and so many of you were amazingly kind and supportive. Let’s hope folks heard us!! On Monday we return to our regularly scheduled programming!

  7. 26 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I very much believe if Charles Schulz was alive today he would have been talking about this and trying to help us. <3

  8. 29 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    Baba never does! <3

  9. 29 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I make 50% of the ad revenue, GoComics is a very good deal for me! I believe that ad blockers harm revenue like that, or at least it used to. While ads on sites can sometimes be frustrating, it’s not free to run servers, host web space, etc. I’m not so good at understanding the tech end of things like this, someone may be able to explain it better than I could. I know ad blockers harmed other sites like The Toast (well, The former Toast now sadly, the significant dips in ad revenue contributed to their end) and others and have made it hard for friends who run independent webcomics and sites.

  10. 30 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I love Steenz’ Heart of the City! The Girl is a big fan of that comic too!