It seems the eagle-rabbit somehow managed to survive falling hundreds of feet; it must be the rabbit blood that now courses through his body. Unfortunately, Squirrel and Raccoon aren’t great with details and think he’s the Rabbit. Yeah, they’re really bad with details.
Poor Olive. Valentine’s Day never goes very well for her despite her skill with a bow. Perhaps the key to Hazel’s heart can be found by not shooting pointy objects at her.
Hey, wanna know something cool? CAAATS! is three years old today! Can you believe it? If I’m remembering right, it was originally supposed to go up at the very beginning of 2011, but because of a few technical hiccups and the fact that I’d never attempted a webcomic before, the site actually launched around Valentine’s Day.
And what a fun three years it’s been. It was always a dream of mine to make comics that people…y’know…read. And the world of webcomics has let me do exactly that (Google Analytics tells me that people read this comic. There’s also some nifty clipart of smiling social media gurus).
I know I say it a lot on Twitter, but thanks for reading. If I didn’t feel like at least a few people were coming to the site and getting enjoyment out of it, I probably would have quit about two and a half years ago. But at this point, I can’t imagine not doing a webcomic; it’s simply too much fun.
And I’m glad you’re having fun too. Unless you’re that guy who’s not having fun and whose comments I deleted.
I suppose losing the ability to fly while you’re on the ground wouldn’t be so bad; not fun, but definitely doable. This situation on the other hand? Yeah, that’s gonna cause some problems.
I guess that nasty rabbit will never change his ways.
So a couple summers ago, there was this dumb raccoon who wouldn’t stay out of our daughter’s pool. Olive seemed rather peeved about it as illustrated here.
Then I got to thinking, what if I just opened the door for Olive and released her on this stinkin’ critter? Well, I actually received a few thoughts from readers on the matter and as it turns out, a cat trying to fight a raccoon would look something like Steve Urkel taking on a terminator with his bare hands. Due to their elastic skin and thick fur, it would be nearly impossible for Olive to do any damage on the varmint. Plus raccoons have claws of their own, much bigger than Olive’s, so it really wouldn’t be much of a fight at all; just a sad, one-sided backyard beat down.
Looks like you win this round, raccoon.