'Shtinky's Blanket' Title Panel

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Title panels are the unique paintings and sketches that adorn Patrick McDonnell's colorful Sunday strips. This one features an illustration of Jules (a.k.a Shtinky Puddin') peeking out from under a blanket.

In the full strip published on this day, Shtinky says he's hiding there because: "It all gets to be too much. ... Global warming, factory farms, seal hunts. ..." His feline mentor Noodles tries to convince him to get out of bed: "But Shtinky, you're the one who says he wants to save the world." Eventually, Shtinky gets up to face the world — blanket in tow. Hang this sentimental print in your home for a daily dose of hope and solidarity from your favorite planet-saving feline.

This panel measures 11" x 14.5" (with the actual printed image measuring 8" x 9.75"). It is printed on 80 lb., acid-free reforested paper and features an embossed seal.

Originally published on June 10, 2007.

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