His Name Is Ronald

Our cats are tricksters, escape artists, bold, too smart or too stupid. This is not to say that our cats are different than other cats. They are all pretty much the same. They are less like pets and more like shiftless roommates, forever late on the rent and refusing to clean up after themselves. We provide illustrated guides to them, once monthly.

A simply drawn comic called His Name Is Ronald; an illustrated guide to the cats of sneer campaign.

There are three smaller panels on the first line. They show a black cat surrounded by various dead animals: mice, a squirrel, a bird. The words throughout the panels tell: "A new stray appeared! Ronald Macaroni. Ronnie Mac. Big Ron M. Ron. Ronwell Macaroon. He charmed us. Worked his magic."

The panel beneath those three is as big as all three put together. It shows Ronald asleep on a chair. The words say "he's not a stray anymore." In parentheses under everything, it is added: "you're welcome, wildlife."

In the background looking around the corner there is Puffin, the calico cat, watching in an angry little manner.

The last one of these was about Swizzle, if you’d like to stroll through the memories. And the next one is about Custard.

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