Is Pucky puking in the stroller from Lupin-induced motion sickness?
Ohhhhh yes (Poor Puck!)
I think poor The Man in this case!
Did this actually happen?
The flopping the box on its side has happened a few times, but thankfully never the last panel, ha!
haha, poor Puck! I love the look of glee on Lupin’s face in panels 1 & 4.
uh. I definitely hope Puck is not doing what i think he’s doing on last panel.
Ooh….a two-‘seater’ stroller/carriage?
Yes, indeed! The stroller–in a different color and design–is real, and so was the box! Puck’s final panel reaction was not real, thank goodness, ha! But the ride was. Oh, Lupin!
That last panel is gold! It’s like every project we’ve done since we got our two cats.
Puck airborne as Nope, nope, nope SuperCat is priceless. Does the Man have as yet unassmbled spare part? Wonderful! Thank you.
“Which I am putting together with the assistance of the Man” lololol! I just “helped” my cats put together a bookcase…but I was doing it wrong because apparently you have to deliberately sit/nap on EACH PART and also the instruction manual.
This comment is as good as the comic for lulz! XD
You weren’t aware of the ‘cat instruction manual’ that comes with every item that must be assembled in the home? I’m not allowed to do this alone and unsupervised. Hrm…I’m not allowed to do anything alone and unsupervised…what does that say about me? O.O
Amazing strip from first to last panel as usual Lupin’s sheer JOY! Poor Puck, WHAT, WHY, NOPE NOPE NOPE. And then Elvis putting in all that hard work for his little girl <3 Sure hope the man put the tiny people chariot together right before angry fussy paws bopped him around the head.
Why, no, I was not compulsive reloading my page today waiting for this update. Thanks for the BCN fix!! Delightful as always.
No neither was I ………………..
ROFLMAO!!! Love panel one, “it’s exhausting” poor Puck!
Hah! Does Pucky not like to be disturbed in boxes? Does Lupin always go crazy?
Lupin does have a way of knocking nearly every box to its side! Ha! And Puck enjoys them–if they are stationary!
Oh, poor Pucky! I hope he doesn’t become afraid of boxes due to Lupin’s manic box-rolling!
“Still Live” Hahaha. And as for Elvis putting the stroller together, we’ve always had kitties that are Supervisors, because our cats let us know they “don’t do manual labor”. So, clearly Elvis is proving what we’ve been lead to believe all along. And, yes, supervising _is_ exhausting.
Oh, my gosh–I’d totally missed the “Still Live.” Ha! What a great detail.
Oh dear Lord — that last panel is hilarious! (And the nope-nope-nope is pretty cool too.)
So much in this strip! I laughed so hard! BTW what Elvis is doing is called “Snoopervising” and it’s the job of Head Kitties to perform that task.
Well, now we know what it takes to lure Lupin away from the desk. And poor Puck. Though as someone else said, poor The Man who’ll have to clean it up.
Oh how utterly perfect!! Poor, poor Pucky. Good job, Elvis! Don’t forget to swat a screwdriver under the couch!
Orrrr.. just a couple of ‘spare’ screws. 😉
Hilarious! Perfectly illustrates all of their distinct personalities, and I want an icon of the “nope” bit…
Speedy Puck looks like Bullet Bill from Mario. :3
Hi! I loved this entire skit!! How funny! Lupin just wants to have fun!!
First Law of Catdom — Empty Box = Magic Kingdom
Second Law of Catdom — Thou Shall Knock It Over
Third Law of Catdom — Barf On It = It Is Yours
As Lupin opined some weeks ago (while you were in “confinement” as it was called years ago); “Boxes are never empty, they are full of adventure!
I suspect Elvis is going to want to ride along in the pram to guard the children. Hugs for another really sweet strip. Taffy
Oh, thank God it’s not a perambulator! Those things are impossible to assemble.
Unless we get company, all boxes stay in the play area. Until the next box comes to replace it. usually, there is a limit of three boxes at a time, which get moved around every day so that the openings must continually be rediscovered. Fortunately, NewEgg is kind enough to send a steady stream of them, imbued with many fascinating scents.
Sadly, though, they stopped using several yards of brown paper per box as packing material. Life was Really Good in those days. Lots of crinkling and smelling required.
I know! I miss the paper days! I had one in the living room for nearly six months that was about ten feet long. Lots of lovely crinkly adventures!
The boys loved them too!! …I may need to add this to the “future headlines list.”
The ‘nopes’ in panel 13 make me feel every bit of Puck’s distress!
Lupin will be puking, too, from the looks of the number of flips he is doing! !
The cats will take over this stroller. They don’t yet realize it was made for the baby. Even after they realize it was made for the baby, they will still make attempts to take it over by sleeping in it, napping in it, innocently jumping into it, and sitting in it and just looking at you. Their antics with the empty packing box are only a prelude; you have been distracted. This was yet another portrait of “Essence of Cat”. Wonderful!
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