George Booth grew up in Fairfax, Missouri, population 800. After two tours in the Marines, he attended Corcoran Art School in Washington, D.C. and Adelphi University on Long Island, where he now lives. His cartoons, often identifiable by their now-famous dogs and cats, first began appearing in The New Yorker in 1969.
Published January 9, 1978
In the middle of winter, the cats sit cozily, the parrot peers warily, and the Booth dog stares fixedly out of window on a dark, snowy day.
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