Night Swats

Hey, cat people! There’s a new web comic on go.comics. It’s called How to Cat, by Lucas Turnbloom. The early panels feature predictable cat foibles, but Lucas has an unusual take on them. Plus, I like how he draws kitty cats. I think you’ll enjoy checking it out. We’ll see how long he can keep it up. Good luck, Lucas!

13 thoughts on “Night Swats”

  1. Just wanted you to know that I completely relate to your cartoon strip, I cut it out & give to my wife & she laughs saying to close to home, and we are dog people not cat. Hope you keep writing, Jeff Meyer.

  2. Since everyone has apparently left the building, I suppose I can drop this one off here.

    Q. Why did the cows return to the marijuana field?

    A. It was the pot calling the cattle back.

  3. Overheard at Steals & Deals:

    Jackie: “Baby, can you find the first aid kit for me?”

    Ghost: “I have my blowout kit in the truck. Blowout Kit laughs at puny First Aid kit. Blowout Kit is equipped to handle anything from a spurting artery to a sucking chest wound.”

    Jackie: “I just need a bandaid. These shoes are giving me a blister on my foot.”

    Ghost: “Oh. OK.”

  4. @Nancy Kirk in AZ – in reply to your comment a couple of days ago:
    I, too, was looking for a way to see comments (and cartoons) from previous days – I admit it, I only end up in The Village once or twice a week. When I loaded up the page for the current day, there were no page numbers or “previous” links on it. But when I clicked on the link “By Jimmy Johnson” at the top of the page, I got a page with those links. Hope this works for you.

  5. I looked at the cat cartoon Jimmy recommended and I think it looks like fun. My sister is a great cat lover and I think she will get a kick out of it too. Thanks Jimmy!

  6. Under “9 Comments” – or whatever is the current amount – I see numbers “1 2 … 1847 Next” printed. Those numbers, or “Next”, take you back one day at a time.

    The younger eaglet at Berry College has died. The Decorah North nest has an egg, possibly two by this time.

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