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Who's This Fella? This is Puddin'! Puddin' don't have all his parts, but that don't stop Puddin' from havin' a good time and enjoyin' life. Like Puddin'. Learn from Puddin'. Get a laugh from Puddin'. And by all means, share Puddin' with others!

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Puddin’ Don’t fan Jamie Gragg found this picture on Instagram and shared it with me. It looks like some graffiti in some European country. Puddin’ is so international!

Puddin’ Don’t fan Jamie Gragg found this picture on Instagram and shared it with me. It looks like some graffiti in some European country. Puddin’ is so international!

Posted on Monday, July 21st 2014

Puddin’ don’t mind if Puddy eats his food now, cuz he’ll enjoy it more when Puddy thows it up later.  

Puddin’ don’t mind if Puddy eats his food now, cuz he’ll enjoy it more when Puddy thows it up later.  

Posted on Monday, July 14th 2014

Puddin’ don’t explain how he stays on his special pogo stick. Some things are best left to the imagination.  

Puddin’ don’t explain how he stays on his special pogo stick. Some things are best left to the imagination.  

Posted on Monday, July 7th 2014

Puddin’ don’t watch you poop. He just gets separation anxiety.  

Puddin’ don’t watch you poop. He just gets separation anxiety.  

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th 2014

Puddin’ don’t know which way to go…  

Puddin’ is at the crossroads, and isn’t sure which way to go. The past few years have been  lot of fun, but some of the fun has started to wane - as have new fans.
A lot of Puddin’ fans on Facebook stopped seeing the cartoons in their feeds, and I couldn’t afford to pay Facebook to stop throttling Puddin’ posts. Other places where Puddin’ is published tend to work fine, but unfortunately, the fans of those other sites are a tiny fraction of the Puddin’ fans on Facebook. 
I thought I would try to convince fans to visit Puddin’s website on a daily basis, but most fans on Facebook wouldn’t see that message. As it is, most fans don’t even come to Puddin’s Facebook page, but instead wait for the cartoons to show up in their feeds. I understand that, as we all do that. It’s the nature of this new beast.
I hoped Puddin’ would really take off and become an internet sensation, and that I could work on the cartoon full time. But that didn’t happen, and that’s okay.
The way forward, especially on Facebook, will be challenging. To be honest, it’s quite stressful and takes a lot of the fun out of doing this. Puddin’ might go into retirement, but we all know he doesn’t like left turns. Alternatively, Puddin’ may take a hiatus and come back when he’s re-energized (or has a publishing deal).
I have been blown away by so many fans, and you have no idea how much I’ve appreciated the support of so many of you. That’s what makes this so difficult.
Puddin’s website and pages on Facebook, Tumblr, Google Plus, Pinterest, Imgur, and Twitter will stay active for as long as the services are active. So don’t go away as there will probably be the occasional surprise cartoons or announcements. The current books and print-on-demand products will still be available (there may even be new products to come), and all proceeds will continue to go to animal support charities. 
Thank you all for the support! Puddin’ could never have come this far without all of you.
Posted with love and gratitude.

Puddin’ don’t know which way to go…  

Puddin’ is at the crossroads, and isn’t sure which way to go. The past few years have been  lot of fun, but some of the fun has started to wane - as have new fans.

A lot of Puddin’ fans on Facebook stopped seeing the cartoons in their feeds, and I couldn’t afford to pay Facebook to stop throttling Puddin’ posts. Other places where Puddin’ is published tend to work fine, but unfortunately, the fans of those other sites are a tiny fraction of the Puddin’ fans on Facebook. 

I thought I would try to convince fans to visit Puddin’s website on a daily basis, but most fans on Facebook wouldn’t see that message. As it is, most fans don’t even come to Puddin’s Facebook page, but instead wait for the cartoons to show up in their feeds. I understand that, as we all do that. It’s the nature of this new beast.

I hoped Puddin’ would really take off and become an internet sensation, and that I could work on the cartoon full time. But that didn’t happen, and that’s okay.

The way forward, especially on Facebook, will be challenging. To be honest, it’s quite stressful and takes a lot of the fun out of doing this. Puddin’ might go into retirement, but we all know he doesn’t like left turns. Alternatively, Puddin’ may take a hiatus and come back when he’s re-energized (or has a publishing deal).

I have been blown away by so many fans, and you have no idea how much I’ve appreciated the support of so many of you. That’s what makes this so difficult.

Puddin’s website and pages on Facebook, Tumblr, Google Plus, Pinterest, Imgur, and Twitter will stay active for as long as the services are active. So don’t go away as there will probably be the occasional surprise cartoons or announcements. The current books and print-on-demand products will still be available (there may even be new products to come), and all proceeds will continue to go to animal support charities. 

Thank you all for the support! Puddin’ could never have come this far without all of you.

Posted with love and gratitude.

Posted on Friday, June 13th 2014

Puddin’ says don’t text while driving… unless you are alone on a deserted highway that ends at a cliff.

Puddin’ says don’t text while driving… unless you are alone on a deserted highway that ends at a cliff.

Posted on Tuesday, May 13th 2014

Coming soon, PSAs. Public Service Announcements, or “Puddin’ Says” Advisories.

Posted on Sunday, April 27th 2014

Puddin’ don’t dress up for Easter, he’s doin’ it for Bunny! 

Puddin’ don’t dress up for Easter, he’s doin’ it for Bunny! 

Posted on Sunday, April 20th 2014

Puddin’ don’t know why humans can’t see the futility of lint rollers.  

Puddin’ don’t know why humans can’t see the futility of lint rollers.  

Posted on Monday, March 17th 2014