This has to be one the freakiest of the set here. I mean…. Canadian Sphinx Cats are just weird.
Wait a minute, I thought cats and dogs living together was one of the signs of the apocalypse! Thank you Ghostbusters for that information. They knew, they really knew.
OMG! Someone that knew a Sphinx is Canadian!
(half our own people don’t even know that *sigh*)
How many years have passed since we first met Lucy? It looks like she was 4 or 5 when she first appeared :S
Are there a few words missing in that second panel, or is it just me?
@ Geek: England’s own, Dale Mettam, was the one that knew. Go figure.
@ Baughbe: Ghostbusters have always been a reliable source. Well, as long as you were referring to the Ghostbusters team without the gorilla. 😀
@ Kris: Luci is ten. What you saw early in the story was a creative team still ironing out the details. I was far too anxious to start drawing, to be bothered with details such as age. But as the story fleshed out and her actual age became more concrete, I had my Homer Simpson…DOH! moment. But yes, she’s a whoppin’ ten years old. 😀
Hairless cats from Canada? What’s up with that?
Hairless cat from Canada? I’m hoping from southern Canada, because otherwise its gonna need fur! I mean look at the Maine Coon cats from Maine…their fur is f***ing thick!
Not only did Canadian introduce one way roads, time zones and basketball on the unsuspecting world alongside hairless cats .. we employ this fancy thing called “indoor heating”
Fun factoid: Anyone ever seen a Mexican Hairless dog? Don’t know how but lots of people here seem to confuse them for El Chupacabra since they aren’t native to this area.
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