Feral cats discuss fish.

two cats discuss fish outside a restaurant
two cats discuss fish outside a restaurant

Hello, first post and cartoon in this new site.

From my weekly cartoon feature, Daily Special. Here’s how to get new restaurant cartoons delivered to you each week! And how to buy restaurant and food cartoons for restaurant newsletters, websites, hospitality magazines, and restaurant trade journals.

I actually ate at a high-end restaurant where this was discussed.

#121821 “I guess blackened red snapper is out and Chilean bass is in.” Two cats in alley discuss fish on the menu.

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Donna Barstow

Cartoonist, etc, in many dozens of magazines, newspapers, websites, and books. Picky eater, great friend, curious observer, elitist artist, midnight writer, voracious reader, omnivorous chocoholic, impatient driver, and barely adequate lover.

One Reply to “Feral cats discuss fish.”

  1. Hi Donnabarstow,
    Thanks you for your post, A feral cat what I’ve been caring for recently suddenly attacked me when I tried to separate it from my brother’s other cat. The feral cat has always been very nice to me but for that split second apparently forgot I was a friend and took out it’s anger on my left hand (causing four serious puncture wounds which bled a lot) and required a visit to Urgent Care, a Tetanus shot and 10 days worth of double antibiotics (3 times day, which is 30 pills in total).

    I discussed my concern about rabies infection with the doctor, but he said that rabies in cats are “exceedingly rare.” The nurse said that the Tetnus shot would “cover all the bases.”

    The wounds are four fairly deep puncture wounds on my left hand (no veins appeared to have been cut, but the hand is very swollen and sore and took a few hours to fully coagulate).

    What infections should I be worried about specific to feral cat bites, and should I keep the hand bandaged or leave it open to the air — while cleaning it daily?
    Keep up the good work

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