Tuesday, August 31, 2010
This strip is dedicated to my 96 lb dog, Puppy. And yes, all of the above has happened.
And things I didn't include: my leather jacket, pillows, books and my vintage Japanese dolls.
My cats are fine around Puppy. My kitten loves to play with his tail. The two older ones are just like, "meh".
Do you have a dog?
Oh, and I have an interview in I Have Cat. Thanks Tamar!
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Sunday, August 15, 2010
By the time you read this, we are probably in Los Angeles. I totally needed a break. I draw and design stuff, on average, 12-15 hours almost every day--not exaggerating. Not only that, it seems like summer has skipped San Francisco. I needed some sun. Everyone's complaining about how hot it is in whatever state they're in while I have my heater on and I'm wearing a scarf. Pffftt.
Anyway, no comics this week. I'll definitely have some for next. If you are looking for other things to read (but aren't really kitty related), you can go through the archives of my illustration/crafty blogs here, here and here. I also have two online magazines here and here.
This is it for now. See you next week :)
Thursday, August 12, 2010
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I feed my dog and 3 cats Royal Canin, Wellness and Greenies treats and other stuff. It's basically a mix of dry and wet. I have a 12 year old cat that still moves about like a kitten. And all have super soft fur. They're extremely active and keep me up at night. And during early mornings I'm like a human trampoline. It's like, "MOMMY MOMMY MOMMY WAKE UP AND FEED US NAOOOO!!!" as they knead on my head and jump on me and purr like crazy.
I'm not easily manipulated, kittens!!! I think.
What do you feed your pets?
Monday, August 9, 2010
Remember Y2K? Classmates were asking me, what are you and your parents doing?! And they were telling us to stock up on rice, beans and water.
My parents bought a few cases of water the last minute because I nagged them to. But we didn't need to buy rice. We already had rice in stock because well, we're Asian.
Anyway, as we all now know, nothing happened. But at least we had a few cases of water, which we used immediately as Phoenix tap tastes like rust and swimming pool water. Oh, and SF tap is good. I hear Seattle tap is pretty great. Yes, I am a tap water connoisseur (not really, I lie). Coming from someone who used to drink water out of a deep well in a country with archaic hydro and sewage systems.
What will you do if the internet breaks?