Day: November 24, 2021
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Tear Along The Dotted Line Review
Tear Along The Dotted Line is a 6 episode animated series made for Netflix Italy, US Netflix had dubbed it into English
Tear Along The Dotted Line is mainly about this man called Zero, this this world are anthropomorphic characters some with 2 heads. Some are visible to others who some are not and are just metaphors.
So why is Tear Along The Dotted Line worth checking out. Because it’s such a unique series, when I first started watching it. I thought it was about this man called Zero and how have others in his life have gone on to make their lives better. He has been doing a comic strip for the last 10 years and during that time his life is exactly the same, not changing. Then we learn of his friend Alice, who does commit suicide at the end of the series. We don’t see the actual act, but what results from it. The literal unanswered questions.
If you stuck around to the end, you care about these characters and especially Zero’s hidden fursona an armadillo.
I know it’s hard to accept that you know one of the characters die by the end and it had to be said. But give the series just 5 minutes.
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ScotiaCon Charity Partner Is
Scotiacon (UK) made the following announcement
We are pleased to announce that for 2022, we will be supporting Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue. They are a pro-indoor, no-kill, family-run cat charity based in East Central Scotland.
Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue’s aim is to ease the suffering of abandoned and stray cats and kittens in and around Edinburgh and Fife. They are a small, family run cat rescue who dedicate their efforts to promoting good welfare practices for cats and to helping those cats and kittens in their care back to health, so that they may find them a new loving forever home.
Their core focus is those cats living stray on the streets, the sick, injured and infirm who need special care to heal. They specialise in the hand rearing of infant and orphaned kittens and are on hand to offer advice on any aspects of cat care to the public through their Advice Line and Cat Care Centre. Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue relies entirely on the generosity of the public to provide vital services to sick, abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens in the region.