A Mother Goose and Grimm strip without the title characters (the cartoonist does one week with them alternating with one week of unrelated strips) but with a very talented parrot. From today in 2001:
Loose Parts from one year ago today, on one of the revered annual events in history:
A Mother's Day-themed Peanuts, with Woodstock, from May 12, 1974:
Free Range from one year ago pretty much speaks for itself.
The cowbird introduced in an earlier installment of On The Fastrack becomes central to peace in the office (the assistant literally never stopped talking prior to this) in this strip from May 13 of last year:
Mutts from May 9, 2015 is one of Patrick McDonnell's "shelter stories" entries.
Bizarro from May 8, 2015 features a rather frustrated parrot. Maybe that should be "mime reader" ...
In this installment of The Other Coast from May 11, 2012 it's all about your personal perspective.
Speed Bump from May 12, 2007 (pre-color weekday comics). I guess we were still mostly using desktop PCs ten years ago ...
(Today's post also honors two members of my Mickaboo budgie flock who came from the same pair of parents and are so close to being identical twins their names are Copy and Paste.)
Diamond Lil from May 8 of last year proves that if there is a tree of any kind around, Stupid the Bird will find a way to faceplant into it during flight: