Mutts from May 17, 2014.
Margaret Shulock of the Six Chix provides today's toon, originally published October 1, 2013:
I have a handful of Ziggy panels in my archive. Although his parrot is featured fairly often it is rare for the joke to be bird-related. This is from March 16, 2005 but apparently was a reprint from 2001 and I don't know the actual original date.
Cheezburger from December 6, 2012:
WuMo from August 17, 2014 takes a warped look at the old myth about what to throw at weddings:
Overnight this morning, Mickaboo budgie Miracle passed over to the Rainbow Bridge. Since I am known for providing a forever home where budgies have the run of the place whenever I'm home, I think this Strange Brew from April 27, 2006 is a good tribute to my departed little guy.
Loose Parts from June 7, 2013 ... perhaps another good reason for quarantine of a new arrival?
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