I re-read Lost Cat, and I'm pretty happy with the drawings and the way the story is told. I find it harder to judge if the story itself worked or not. If I were to do the book all over again, I think I rather would have printed it in black and white and gotten a clear line, rather than the full colour printing it is now that makes the line slightly fuzzy. Oh, well... I've decided to answer a few questions that I've never been asked. If you'd rather not know, stop reading.
1. Is Charlotte an alien?
2. Is Kitty an alien or a real cat?
-I suppose she's an alien too. At the end, 50 years into the future, she's still alive, so it can't be a cat.
3. What was the thing with the fake Kitty in the bookshop about?
-Uhm, don't know. It just seemed like a good mystery, that someones tries to make things look normal by bringing in a cat double, but they screw up by getting the colour of its tail wrong.
4. That ending - were you high or what?
-Not at all. I've read that some people didn't like it. To me, Dan Delon and Pierre Pascal sharing a smoke is the ending and the rest is the epilogue. I like the mix of the everyday and the absurd. Two people meet, they have a connection, she disappears. 50 years later they meet again, just for her to say goodbye. It should be heartbreaking. But at the same time she's wearing a costume from some old science fiction film and there's an alien invasion going on outside the window. That's good comics! I don't see how I could have removed that scene. I feel that's the only logical ending to the story.