WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Duck, Cat!!

Why is that feline so horrified by the details of my latest WolfieToons at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE?"  It has to do with the reply I made to THIS ERICA SCOTT POST.

By the way, after reading that, you will never look at this guy the same way again: 

Anyway, here's the story:  

One of my best buddies and her husband are Officially Vanilla, but she is OH so far from boring.  For example, at my suggestion, she changed our Boss's computer home page to Shadow Lane while he was on vacation.  She even snickered at some of my early WolfieToons.

So one day, messing around on the Web, we found an image that cracked us up:

Now, that's absurd humor.  I'm not cruel, I've loved and been owned by many cats.  In fact, that might be what makes that so funny.  That, and the pathetic and plaintive little face at the bottom.

Well, I saved that image, and soon I began posting allegedly funny things at the MSN Group "Southern California Spanked Wives Club," like this: 

Then I shocked the Three SCSWC Managers by posting that Kitty Warning.  They each wrote me lovely and apologetic notes, hoping that I wouldn't take umbrage to the fact that they had removed the post, lest it offend some of the members, and because it really didn't have anything to do with "spanking," anyway.

I could have humorously and successfully argued that last point, but, no, I took no umbrage at all.  Umbrage is best left where you find it.

It did seem a little odd that any group of people whose robust sense of humor allowed them to participate in public parties with bare-bottom spankings might be uncomfortable with that Web Warning, but that's okay, it's a funny old world! 

However, Phil "Overbarrel" began remarking that my WolfieToons "could cause considerable kitten killage," so --

And the Cats will live a long, long time.


  1. Thankyou for yours cartoons! We posted somthing about you in the oldest blog about spanking in spanish: http://azotesynalgadas.blogspot.com.es/2012/09/dave-wolfe.html

  2. ¡Gracias, Amigo-- por la articulo y por la web

    When I took Spanish in school, the first things I looked up were "nalgadas," "azotes," "azotaina," "palmada," etc. All the important terms!

    Anyway, I'm glad you'e enjoying the cartoons,a nd thanks for the link from you blog!

  3. Great toon! That kitten thing is hilarious. I'm sending a link of that to someone right away!

    1. The sooner the better, Lea, save them kitties!! :-D

      Glad ya liked the 'toon!

  4. LOL! You know, I absolutely DO NOT remember your posting that on SCSW! But yeah, my first reaction is "Noooooooooo, not the kitties! (sob)"

    Wow, that's quite a beaver. ;-)

    1. Yep!

      Don't know who came up with that idea, but I wonder if it's a derivation of, "Hey, they're whackin'... Kitties!"

      "...and Shari Lathers as the Beaver."

  5. LOVE your WolfieToon, DW, and your sense of humor whether spanking imps or threatening kittens. You are twisted in the right sort of way and since I get you I am thankfully also twisted like that.

    Oh, and the title of this post for some reason brought to mind a classic Chico Marx line - "Why a duck, why not a chicken." I love the Marx Brothers!

    1. "I think you've got something there, and I'll wait outside while you clean it up."

      All seriousness aside, Mike, you are a man of impeccable taste! I gave my sons the collection of Paramount Marx movies, and my granddaughters are enjoying them, too!

      Thanks for your kind words, too! Funny you should use that term; After that one cartoon, Larken suggested I should author some "Twisted Shakespeare." But I'm not sure I want my Shakespeare twisted. Sounds uncomfortable.

  6. And how did your vanilla friend find the Shadow Lane web site?

    I thought the kitty poster was funny, and remember. No real kitties were killed in the making of this poster.

    1. Your disclaimer is perfect, Kaki!

      As for the website, it does seem suspicious, doesn't it? But the truth is, my pal was looking for some mild mischief to wreak upon our Fearless Leader's computer, and I suggested the Shadow Lane site myself.

      I hadn't yet shared my particular proclivities with her, so I explained that I had seen an ad in the back of my wife's "Cosmopolitan." I actually had, but I'd already known about Shadow Lane!

  7. Amazing panty paddling, thanks