Bucky B. Katt, from Get Fuzzy comic strip

Satchel Pooch and Bucky Katt from "Get Fuzzy"

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    The National Cartoonists Society honored Get Fuzzy with a Reuben division award, naming it the Best Newspaper Comic Strip of 2002. There are a dozen Get Fuzzy compilation books published by Andrews McMeel: The Dog Is Not a Toy (House Rule #4); Get Fuzzy 2: Fuzzy Logic; Groovitude: A Get Fuzzy Treasury; The Get Fuzzy Experience: Are You Bucksperienced; Bucky Katt's Big Book of Fun; Blueprint for Disaster; Say Cheesy; Scrum Bums; Loserpalooza; I'm Ready for My Movie Contract; and Take Our Cat, Please; plus Get Fuzzy wall and box calendars.

    Get Fuzzy
    Logo for Get Fuzzy comic strip.
    Author(s)Darby Conley
    WebsiteGet Fuzzy Website
    Current status / scheduleRunning
    Launch dateSeptember 6, 1999
    Syndicate(s)United Feature Syndicate
    Publisher(s)Andrews McMeel Publishing
    Genre(s)Humor, Pets, Family

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Get Fuzzy strip for December 3, 2014

It’s the little things that make Get Fuzzy such a joy to read. I can’t help but marvel, for example, at the level of detail in the final panel. I particularly like Rob Wilco’s aggravated stare, his rage barely restrained by a tiny bite of the lower lip. And Bucky Katt’s continued provocation is pretty funny as well, especially his brazen emphasis on the word trite. It’s more than enough to make up for the odd and confusing dialogue in the first panel.