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Cathy

I think they are symbolic of her breasts... maybe it's her way of letting would-be suitors know that her breasts are very, very furry.

Susan

...or that they're likely to rub up against would-be suitors legs?

Susan

Maybe they are supposed to be in a cute little basket like the kind in a poster an 8-year-old girl would hang on her wall? But, yes, they look more like a part of Fatal Attraction II.

yellojkt

Karen Moy is trying to jump on the cats in sinks craze, but got a little confused.

Julie

Since Dawn has 'confided' in Mary (as if she keeps anything that is confided in her to herself), Dawn's next shirt will probably have the kittens hanging from a tree branch with the slogan "Hang in There".

dave

The kittens in the stewpot are there as part of a "Slylock Fox" puzzle: can you spot the three hot, wet p-----s in this cartoon?

matt

Thank you, Dave, for not writing "four hot, wet, p-----s."

Sylphi

I never had one of those kitten posters when I was 8... Rainbow unicorns, sure, but dorky kittens? Heck no. I had taste. Apparently more taste than this 'adult'... :P

poppinjay

Thanks for the laugh in an otherwise depressing Wiorth world! That was teh funny.

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