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My dad is allergic to cats and dogs. I’m a Dr. Doolittle. This causes some problems.
I have a 2 dogs that are a mixed breed of a shih tzu and a yorkie!
Puppy luver 2/27/12
I recently drew a holiday card for my family featuring cats. I AM RIDICULOUSLY OBSESSED WITH CATS. I hope my parents will pick up the hint. If they don't I might have to resort to the Chapel method... I WILL NOT SPOIL IT FOR ANY NEW READERS!!!!
Ginny Weasley fan 12/3/11
oh and also everyone try the nyan cat website. It is absolutely pointless but HILARIOUS at the same time.
Ginny Weasley fan 12/15/11
link did not post. anyway just try nyan.cat and hit enter.....
Ginny Weasley fan 12/15/11
i'm sort of a docter doolittle to,and i'l have any pet i can get my hands on. at the moment,i have two adult ducks,two ducklings,three chickens,a dog,a cat,and two guinea pigs.
Butterflyer 4/6/12
I have a pound dog. She is a mix of a black lab, whippit, and beagle (maybe a bit of others). she is the sweetest and loving dog i have ever known. my entire family is allergic to her, but cope and love her anyway. We picked her up a few minuets before she was about to be put down. Her name is Lucky. Why? She is lucky to be alive today. that is how she got her name. she's been with us for 12 years now and she's still going.
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 11/7/11
Awww, what a sweet story! That's great that you rescued her from being put down. :)
Emma 11/8/11
I did exactly what chapel did for 2 years, but for a cat. What did i get? A biting demon in a cat suit.
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11
Ohhhh dear...that must be tough.
Emma 11/4/11
it is. thanks for the sympathy!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11
Happy to give it! I love having comment conversations with readers. :)
Emma 11/4/11
I felt the same way during middle school. It took a whole and throughly researched presentation to convince my parental units.

(Happily pets the head of her shelter dog, Zeeba)
Emilie 11/4/11
Nice job convincing your parents! I want a shelter dog SO BADLY. Will have to wait until I have my own place...*sob*
Emma 11/4/11
Then to my time machine with all due haste! Three requirements though.

1. An appreciation for millinery
2. An epic hat
3. A brilliant brain

(May some times need a sharpie for tally marks, the ability to count shadows, and shoes you can run in)
Emilie 11/4/11
Best. Comment. EVER. (I'm actually currently trying to teach myself millinery basics, I have a collection of vintage hats, and I run barefoot, so there you go).
Emma 11/4/11
Thank you very much!

Millinery is a tiny hobby of mine, though most of my skill is limited to a hot glue gun, paint, and supplies from the craft store.

As for the running, you probably have a better chance than I do as we avoid Daleks, Cybermen, and Weeping Angels (though we may not want to necessarily run from those) because I have a constant habit of wearing heeled boots. That's not to say I cannot run in them. I've even won tag and hide-and-go-seek multiple times in them, yet they do provide some trouble over alien terrain.
Emilie 11/4/11
Then you have more skill than I do at wearing shoes with heels (I fall over within 20 seconds)! But I'm generally an abysmally slow runner over long distances, so you never know.
Emma 11/4/11
wow, 20 seconds??!!!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11
Yep. I ended up being the only girl wearing flats at my 8th grade graduation, which made it even more obvious once we sat down that my feet didn't touch the floor.
Emma 11/4/11
poor you!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11
Yeah...heels wouldn't even have helped in that department. I'm really short.
Emma 11/4/11
you know that story you illustrated for "working for sparkle"? do what the girl did...or you could convince your older brother if you have one. :D :D :D jk
miss stupid 11/13/11
I've wanted a cat for years, though I expressed my want in a more... subtle style. (I now have a cat. Yayz!)
LS 8/6/11
Lucky you! I wish I could have a cat, but no matter how hard I prod it's not going to happen.
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
Emma, does your family know that some cats, like Himalayans, are hypoallergenic? That means that people with allergies MAY not have an allergic reaction to them.
Joel 8/4/11
I did know that, but my dad still has an allergic reaction. I've tried...
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
Check that off the list of things I was confeusd about.
Yep, Chapel's not exactly subtle, is she?
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
Short, sweet, to the point, FREE-exactly as information shulod be!
Thanks for commenting! :)
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
i want a collie named misty. also, i love chapel's hat in the last, uh...box.
miss stupid 11/13/11
You mean the last panel? Yeah, I like her hat there too! And collies are great. :)
Emma 11/14/11
i did what chapel did and i got 2 adorable kitties--sunny (cinnabun) and gracie (prettygirl)
miss stupid 11/14/11
Oh, how cute! I love kitties.
Emma 11/14/11
you allergic? any allergies at all?
miss stupid 11/15/11
Emma 11/15/11
i have one to long grass and bee stings. when i got stung by a bee, it was in between my big toe and the toe next to it. it started swelling up! have you ever been stung by a bee?
miss stupid :) 11/15/11
I've been stung by a yellow jacket... BELIVE ME, terrible. But no one's asking me, so...
Ginny Weasley fan 12/15/11
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