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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics On Cats

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June is Adopt-A-Cat Month. To celebrate our furry feline friends, Comics Kingdom offers this collection of Top Ten Comics on Cats. Comics that regularly feature catty humor include: Rhymes With Orange, Mutts, The Family Circus, Mother Goose and Grimm, Bizarro and Six Chix.

1. Three’s company when you adopt a pair of feline siblings.

Mutts, May 5, 2015
Mutts, May 5, 2015

2. The Internet, as we know it, would grind to a halt if this “Bizarro” cartoon were ever to come true.

Bizarro, March 20, 2015
Bizarro, March 20, 2015

3. Cats have a unique way of welcoming their owners home after a long time away. It’s called the “boycatt” and it’s real!

Rhymes with Orange, March 1, 2015
Rhymes with Orange, March 1, 2015

4. Cats are known to be territorial and possessive as perfectly depicted in this “Six Chix” comic by Rina Piccolo.

Six Chix, January 7, 2015
Six Chix, January 7, 2015

5. Cats are finicky when it comes to food … and usually for good reason! Cat food isn’t exactly appetizing to look at or smell.

Family Circus, January 10, 2015
Family Circus, January 10, 2015

6. Shedding season is real. People with allergies to cats know this all too well.

Mutts, April 14, 2015
Mutts, April 14, 2015

7.  Always be prepared to dispense love and affection to all creatures big and small.

 Curtis, February 23, 2012
Curtis, February 23, 2012

8.  This comic gives new meaning to enjoying a “cat nap.”

Six Chix, December 13, 2014
Six Chix, December 13, 2014

9. Sometimes, cats show their affection with odd gestures and returned favors.

Rhymes with Orange, November 13, 2014
Rhymes with Orange, November 13, 2014

10. Finally, if you are thinking about adopting a cat, do it! There is a cat waiting out there for his/her purr-fect fur-ever home. Let it be yours!

Six Chix, March  3, 2015
Six Chix, March 3, 2015

 

 

 

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