Patrick McDonnell and author Glen David Gold are joining forces to auction off a comic strip in benefit of a California-based animal welfare organization.
‘The Art of Nothing: 25 Years of Mutts and the Art of Patrick McDonnell’ has been nominated for a 2020 Eisner Award in the category of Best Comics-Related Book.
In this May letter to readers, Patrick reflects on another month of home isolation, shares a special video reading of “Me…Jane” by Dr. Jane Goodall, and reveals two only-to-be-seen-here MUTTS strips created in collaboration with author Glen David Gold.
Recently, Patrick and the MUTTS comic strip were featured in The Jack Kirby Collector, a magazine for comic enthusiasts and admirers of the legendary creator Jack Kirby.
In this letter to readers, Patrick invites readers to draw their own MUTTS comic strips, wishes a happy 86th birthday to Dr. Jane Goodall, and shares a message of solidarity for these challenging times.
Throughout the coming weeks, we’re inviting readers to submit their own MUTTS comic strips and Shelter Stories. We’ll choose a selection to share online, and Patrick may even publish your idea in newspapers around the world!
To celebrate 25 years of MUTTS, we’re asking readers to share some of their best memories of Mooch, Earl, and the rest of the crew. Here are more of our favorites.
We are proud to once again support the “Love Changes Everything” campaign, an annual event hosted by the Petco Foundation to raise awareness and funds for animal welfare organizations across the country.
Join us in helping animals!
MUTTS is a proud supporter of the Humane Society of the United States' Animal Rescue Team.
HOW WE GIVE
In order to save a product to your wishlist, please click below to either create an account or log into an existing one.