Swizzle The Shut-In

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.

This comic is called "Swizzle the Shut In." The top three smaller panels go as follows: Panel one says, "Some cats will try to escape through any open door." As an example, an unknown cat is running through an open front door. Panel two says "But not Swizzle." As she sits there looking to the side, annoyedly. Panel three shows a stair case with a puff of running smoke going up it. It says, "She runs upstairs when the door is opened."

The big panel at the bottom shows Swizzle on a little cat tree looking out of the window, making a little transfixed by birds call face. The words in this panel say, "She only started watching birdies out the window relatively recently. She has no interest in the outside world apparently. Our friendship must be all she needs."

The last kitty comic was all about Haircut. The next one is about Ronald.
And if you want to see all of the Swizzle kitty comics, just go right here!

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