Olive attempts to teach her human-like cat the difference between plants you eat and plants you don't.
As Henry waits by the door for his mail, Olive wonders what his package could possibly contain.
June tells us why she is so fond of dragonflies in this gloomy comic by Benji Nate.
Although her help is unwanted, June helps Dottie take her party to the next level with some gothic decor.
Dottie had to put out June's fire after she invites an unsavory spirit into the house.
Although they are sisters, Dottie and June couldn't be more different.
Although he's not sure what it is, Henry tries his best to help Olive out of her depressed slump.
When Henry and Olive go apartment shopping, they realize that sometimes it's best to make do with what you have.
When Henry stumbles upon a flyer for a missing dog in his neighborhood, he feels the strong urge to help.
When Olive decides it's time for a trim, Henry tags along to see if haircuts are really as painless as she claims.
A hot day in the park turns into total chaos for Olive and her human-sized cat person, Henry.
Henry realizes teaching isn't for him after assisting Olive, and getting mobbed by a whole bunch of "tiny, younger folks."