Little Cat is reading his favorite book. He knows he said he’d go for a walk but he just wants to finish this chapter. And maybe the next one. Okay it’s not technically a book. It’s a catalogue from the local pet store. Little Cat thinks a “catalogue” is a book full of pictures of cats. PLEASE nobody tell him. He doesn’t have the attention span to get past the first few pages anyway, to the pages devoted to the pictures of turtles and fishtank-filters. SERIOUSLY don’t tell him. We still haven’t broken the news to him that “cat-house” refers to the kennel Human-Mom takes him to when she has to go somewhere overnight. It’s not easy being a cat.
Big Cat, Little Cat
“I’ll just Finish this Chapter”
Quick question for all of our readers. Is “I’ll just finish this chapter” a common problem for readers? Or is it how you know you’re neurodivergent? Cheers! And have a good weekend. Unless you don’t get weekends off, in which case have a not-too-busy weekend.
Three identical panels. In each, two cats are sitting together on a blue cushion. On the left, a large orange with dark-orange stripes takes up about half of the frame. On the right, a small grey with dark grey stripes takes up less than a quarter of the frame. The orange looks down at the grey with tender indulgence, while the grey looks out of the frame, scowling at the injustices of the world.
Little Cat: It’s such a nice day. I think I want to go outside!
Big Cat: Okay!
Big Cat: You know you haven’t moved, right?
Little Cat: I accidentally turned the page and now I have to read to the end of this chapter.