Thursday, December 8, 2011


The initial squish when stepping on a wet hairball is always a shock.

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Note:

Urban Outfitters has my book online now.
In Brazil, you can find the book at Livraria Cultura.
In the Philippines, CvsH is available at Fully Booked.

38 comments:

  1. My kitty gave me one the other day as a welcome home present on our doormat. O_o

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  2. HA! I find my kitties like to hawk their hairballs up at about 2 a.m. Just when I've fallen asleep, but not deeply enough that the gagging doesn't wake me up. I usually hear it, and think "really, if I get out of bed there's little chance I'll be able to move the kitty to a floor surface so clean up is easier" ... so I stay in bed and go back to sleep. When I wake up the next morning, I often forget about the night before and step right into the still pasty hairball. Yep, you haven't had a fun experience unless you've gone hopping on one foot to the bathroom to wash the puke off.

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  3. This is actually the last time I'm having carpet. Puke and hairballs are a pain to take off.

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  4. So happy that your book is in Brazil now! Congrats! People in my country really love you.

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  5. Ahhh yes! The oh-so-pleasant "schlrp" of a hairball! Ick! :-)

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  6. Can i found your book in Mexico?

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  7. It doesnt matter even if we move oir kitties to a floor sirface. They always go back to the caroeted surface. Also, they enjoy coughing up on pur new couch. -.-; we should have gotten the warranty.

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  8. haha of course its in your shoe. its a present!

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  9. yes it is... LOL
    and then, it's nuffin afterwards

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  10. Cabbit has decided that leaving them in a dark stairway for me to find when I go up for breakfast is a good idea. I usually go barefoot in the house but I think it's time to bring the slippers out of hiding if this continues! (Cabbit hates my slippers, they are cartoonish raccoons, complete with tails)

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  11. My cat decided to hairball right next to my face, and I somehow didn't wake up. It was awesome rolling into that the next morning :(

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  12. Is my kitty broken? I've never seen her hairballs anywhere.

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  13. I don't know if you know about such thing, but there are gels and treats against hairballs :)
    My cat is 2 years old, he had only one hairball when he was only a few mths old, started giving him those treaties on a daily basis(which he adores really much :) sometimes when I arrive home, I find my drawer open, and all the treats spilled out, and about half of them disappeared :D) and he didn't have a hairball ever since :) it's cheap as well, changed from my currency, for you it would cost about 1,5 $ :)

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  14. Oooh, yes know that feeling! That and stepping in throw up :{

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  15. I usually step on it when I wake up. Fortunately, it hasn't been too frequent.
    (Oh, I'm so happy to know that Livraria Cultura has your book! As soon as I get back from travel I'm gonna order mine. Finally! \o/ ).

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  16. "In the Philippines, CvsH is available at Fully Booked."

    - YEEESSSSSSS~! :D

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  17. I eat hairball dissolving kibbles, Gimpet Malt Soft Extra and catgrass every day, still I pack out once a week. Lizzy never does. Vet checked me out, no medical problems. Some cats are like that, they cleanse regularly, while others don't.

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  18. this is so true! sometimes i also risked serious injuries by sliding barefoot in the dark on freshly spitted hairballs.

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  19. Yuck. Our cats never coughs up any hair balls, but they make up for it by throwing up their food at least once a week (a vet checked them out and they're healthy, they just throw up a lot). One hides when throwing up, the other prefers to throw up in our bed, when we're sleeping.

    My boyfriend claims that one of his greatest achievment in his life was when he woke up hearing a cat gag, then somehow managed to catch all the puke in his hand.

    Ick.

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  20. I have carpet and if I see the cat starting to hack up anything I move her to the kitchen but she goes right back to the carpet. I guess its a good thing that I have a dog that will sit right beside of her and wait for her to cough the hairball up then eat it. Its gross but its clean up that I don't have to deal with to much

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  21. kitties need combing.
    less hairballs that way.

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  22. I love your Comics! I'm glad you kept it up all this time! :D
    And the things you put in your comics are so "LOL" hahaha..but your comics are good for people of all ages! i like that! :D

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  23. my cats dont hack up their hair balls try giving them hairball control food. vasiline also helps lubricate their throat.

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  24. Huwaw!! I can't wait to get your book ...Fully Booked here I come...yey!!

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  25. Oh dear! So far my cat has not thrown up the dreaded hair-ball. Yet. It will get very 'exciting' when he does.
    Btw I love how in every illustration you perfectly capture a cat's indifferent attitude -engrossed in licking his nether regions! Haha!. So darn true!

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  26. Hahahahahaha yeees so truly, i love it!

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  27. @Sandra - your boyfriend is hilarious!! Ick, but I wish I had that talent!

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  28. Just happened to me this morning...

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  29. Kimber is so right. And your cartoon is SO hilarious (especially the facial expressions!) -- this is a scenario that is frequently enacted at our house. You just haven't lived until you've had this experience ;)

    Great news about your book -- huge success to you!

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  30. He was just throwing up where you could find it! ;)

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  31. yeah, I can't wait to buy your book here in Brazil!

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  32. I had to store this really nice rug I got from Muji since my cat seems to enjoy hurking her hair balls on it the most.

    I caught her once when I was groggy from sleep about to hurk on the bed beside me, was lucky enough to gently set her down on the floor and allowed her to hurk her hairball, then cleaned it up. Had a hard time going back to sleep though.

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  33. ahhh my cat just did this last night...!

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  34. OMG! Your book is in Fully Booked! I can't believe it! *Do a happy dance*

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  35. AHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHH!!! One time my baby did it under the blanket and I was rolling in my bed and then... SPLATCH my knee... XD

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  36. how nice to find your book for sale in Brazil!

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