By Paul Gilligan
Pooch Café is author Paul Gilligan's first syndicated strip, and this publication collects the strips from its profitable first 12 months of syndication.
When Poncho's loved grasp Chazz marries cat lover Carmen and forces them to maneuver in together with her and her tom cat brood, Poncho's global is shaken to the middle. Carmen's makes an attempt to bribe Poncho with cheese can't conquer his inexplicable yet indisputable disdain for all issues cat, and now that his domestic has develop into a haven for them, his merely recourse is to hunt safe haven within the cafe, the place he, Boomer, and his different canines friends pore over their top-secret plans to build a huge catapult with which to hurl the entire Earth's cats into the sunlight. up to he dislikes kitties, he's both enthusiastic about his love for Chazz. Poncho will do exactly approximately something to maintain his place as man's ally safe, together with enduring the actual torments of Chazz's ardour for cycling, camping out, and mountaineering, which he can basically get via with the aid of vintage Russian literature and a pleasant cup of tea.
Pooch Café captures the depth of the human-dog bond in a manner that may resonate with puppy fanatics everywhere.
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