Really, Heathcliff? REALLY?!

As we’ve established, Heathcliff be real creeperish.

Today, he’s all up in Grandma and Grandpa’s bed, waving his wand around. crhea131024

You could just take the scepter, Grandpa. Also, why does he have a scepter? Why does Heathcliff want that he hasn’t already shown he could get on his own? And what does he have on you that you continue to put up with his shit?

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Get Your Own Damn Dinner.

Heathcliff loves to eat. In fact, he loves ham so much that he somehow acquired Team Ham gear. Heathcliff is savvy enough to steal food and to hoist a flag proclaiming his (bullshit) love of cake yet, somehow, he can’t open the fridge to get food in his own house.

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Heathcliff is a jerk. Also, why do Grandma and Grandpa even bother feeding Heathcliff regular cat food. He hates it and he keeps making it known.

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I assume they’ve already stolen and eaten dinner during one of their father/son crime sprees.

Also, you have Heathcliff and Pops living on your house, you really shouldn’t leave other animals unattended.

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Oh, look, Heathcliff being creeperish. I’m surprised he hasn’t actually eaten them yet.

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Oh.

 

I appreciate how matter-of-fact these fish are as they’re staring certain death in the face. Very courageous. These fish are the true heroes of Westfinster.

Anyway, an unattended fishbowl is nothing, considering that Heathcliff has built high-tech contraptions to take out his enemies or prey.

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I don’t understand a lot about this picture. Especially, the perspective. Why are the bird AND the mouse so large? That’s a huge mousetrap Heathcliff built but it’s nothing compared to this:

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I have no idea what Heathcliff’s end-game is with Robocat. I does, however, raise the issue of Heathcliff starting a drone program. I’m concerned.

Wait…they’re not really in any danger at all. Heathcliff just takes the fish out to play with them? That’s mad creepy, Heathcliff.

crhea130101Heathcliff drinks beer but he can’t figure out how to operate a faucet and get water that doesn’t have fish living in it? Does this cat know how anything inside his own home works?

You need to stop drinking so much, Heathcliff. 


 

 

Drunks Of All Stripes.

Earlier, I said that Heathcliff never gets in trouble for any of the crime that he commits. That might not true. He seems to have a criminal attorney.crhea131005

To be fair, that could be his dad‘s attorney. Regardless of who he represents, this attorney thinks that it’s a good idea to get drunk with a cat right in front of the courthouse. Look, maybe the reason you’re forced to be an attorney for cats is because you think having a cookout in front of the courthouse with your client is a good idea.

It’s weird how cats are allowed to have therapists, attorneys and all sorts of other things in Westfinster and they can be convicted of crimes but there are no cat-owned businesses. Inevitably, this will lead to a cat uprising in Westfinster. I don’t want to be like, “I told you so.” when it happens…but I will be.

 

Also, this isn’t a nice tailgate. It’s, like, two sausages and some beer that he probably stole from the alcoholic grandpa he lives with. i130318heathcliff

I know, just because you get drunk on St. Paddy’s Day doesn’t mean that you’re an alcoholic. But if you get drunk with your cat and your cat is also drunk, that’s a sign you might have a drinking problem. Also, this:crhea130928

Every time I’ve heard of “beer training”, it involves training for a drinking game. “Beer training” in this context isn’t a thing but co-dependency is real, yo. Heathcliff has therapists who clearly have a lot of work to do.

Anyway, the blonde attorney in the first comic the only voice of reason. His face says it all.

Still no word on who arrests Heathcliff.