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It's glad to see, Fox is okay with his friend falling in love with his cousin.

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It's glad to see, Fox is okay with his friend falling in love with his cousin.

It's probably because he suspects there won't be any relationship. And I'm pretty sure he's glad to see King not in a bad mood, for once.

Also, Lady of the Lake?

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Those eyes are just way too adorable on him.

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curses! I wes so hopeing that Fox would go crazy... but King slowly losing his mind is still... Evil~ HA HA Haaa!

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She smells even better? I wonder what they throw into this pool.

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Also, Lady of the Lake?


That's what probably was playing in King's head when Bailey emerged on the surface in panel 1 xD

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The smell of wet dog is usually considered gross by humans.
King was probably not expecting a pleasant aroma, but his nose is a lot more sensitive as a dog.
Either that or all his senses are blinded by love. :lol:

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where is ths alternate text everyone's talking about?

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If you hold your mouse over the comic, the alt-text will appear.

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The smell of wet dog is usually considered gross by humans.
King was probably not expecting a pleasant aroma, but his nose is a lot more sensitive as a dog.
Either that or all his senses are blinded by love. :lol:

Hmm...could this be another trivial canine aspect?...or, as you said, it's just King falling in love. :P

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Hmm...could this be another trivial canine aspect?...or, as you said, it's just King falling in love. :P

Judging by the alt-text, I believe it's the latter.

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Now the only question that will now plague your minds is:

Peanut butter or chocolate chip cookies?

Mwahahaha!

...my vote is chocolate chip.

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"Why does she smell even better now?"
"I think that's in your head lover boy."

And so it begins...

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I just want this comic to come out every day, i can't wait till monday for the next strip.

King looks so cute in every panel, especially the first one, it's the hair.

I like how he wants to humanise himself because who wouldnt in his situation, but in the end i believe he's going to choose to be a dog and think "Love is my reward for having such a crappy life".

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I think not. :roll: Besides, see my earlier post.


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To Rick: A (very) few people did mention it in the comic comments but I am curious: Did you have Bailey's name and/or gender in mind way back during the massive Christmas comic where she first appeared, or did you go back and decide to use "Fox's cousin" since she'd already been seen? 8-)


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To Rick: A (very) few people did mention it in the comic comments but I am curious: Did you have Bailey's name and/or gender in mind way back during the massive Christmas comic where she first appeared, or did you go back and decide to use "Fox's cousin" since she'd already been seen? 8-)

I would also like this answered.

Also, is that a tag on her collar?

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I would also like this answered.

Also, is that a tag on her collar?


I am amused that it appears to be an old-fashioned price tag. I'm imagining a line of Housepets! collar charm merchandise.


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then Rick never switched it over and she's still listed as "Fox's cousin"

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King's expression in the last panel, priceless.

Looks like the love bug may have its grip on King here.


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Bailey's gender was certainly there a long ways back. I never noticed until now, but Bailey had eye lashes back then too.

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No, we don't. Kindly don't do this.

Was any of this even needed?
*sigh* anyways king looks adorable!
I wanna squeeze him!

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Post Re: Arc #47: A Respite in the Country
I would like to see a video of this panel I hope there is one. Also the comic is short yet still silly. And yay 3 comics in a row! (this one, the one on Tuesday, and Wednesdays which we would normally get)

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I would like to see the panel too. did anyone record it?

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Nice little comic! Silly is awesome!

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Uuh, now I have no idea if I should add today's comic to the alt-text compendium or not lol...

But since it's not really related to Housepets, I guess not!

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I love this! :lol:

Once agin you've exceeded my expectations Rick! How will top this?


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Now this is just silly. And I like it. lol.

http://www.housepetscomic.com/2011/11/2 ... ment-89654

Wow, you must be a fast drawer.


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Rick's not really at the MFF. He's actually in a secret bunker somewhere playing Skyward Sword.

It's quite clever really. 8-)


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and he got others to support his alibi?

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and he got others to support his alibi?


well that just goes without saying Brent

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But you guys will LOVE what I have planned.

DON'T KILL ME!!!

I really would like to see King have someone to love... too much
misery in his life...

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I don't like when fiction creates characters like Mark Greene from ER, who are never allowed to be happy, then the moment they become happy, they die of cancer.

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Now, we obviously know the dog is clearly representative of the unfortunate condition the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc is currently in, with the door representing Ukraine, but I'm curious what all your opinion is on the symbolism of the squirrel.

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Now, we obviously know the dog is clearly representative of the unfortunate condition the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc is currently in, with the door representing Ukraine, but I'm curious what all your opinion is on the symbolism of the squirrel.

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I don't like when fiction creates characters like Mark Greene from ER, who are never allowed to be happy, then the moment they become happy, they die of cancer.


I don't like this either. I always thought a real tragedy actually needs some kind of tragic flaw or hubris, and if that sort of thing is missing the whole thing is incomplete.

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I don't like this either. I always thought a real tragedy actually needs some kind of tragic flaw or hubris, and if that sort of thing is missing the whole thing is incomplete.


But how does that apply here? :? Housepets isn't a tragedy! ......Right?

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DON'T KILL ME!!!

I really would like to see King have someone to love... too much
misery in his life...


ME TOO!!! Of course, that need not be ROMANTIC in nature. :)


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What about Eugene from Hey Arnold!?

Then again, he's pretty much always happy, not the other way around. He's just sickeningly optimistic.

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