Odie Day celebrates the fictional character from the famous Garfield comic strip created by the iconic cartoonist Jim Davis. Odie has also appeared in Garfield and friends, two live-action feature films, and three amazing CGI feature length films. Odie is the only character to mature in the Garfield cartoon universe.
Odie is characterized as a tremendously credulous and brainless bog, but he is also shown as extremely caring and loving. Garfield is seen to play on Odie’s gullibility by pushing him off objects or by simply making fun of him! Nevertheless, their relationship is distinguished by their playfulness and love for one another.
It is time to get the streamers, party-poppers and oreo ice-cream cake out and celebrate the existence of this adorable pooch. Despite his inability to formally communicate, I am sure this beagle will be thinking about us in his undersized canine brain. Have an Odie themed party; where all guests dress up as a character from the beloved Garfield cartoon strip and raise your glasses to Odie!
History of Odie Day
The origin and creator of Odie Day are still unknown. Odie is a remarkably credulous and brainless dog. But the dog is also known for showing extreme care and love. Garfield is seen to play on Odie’s frankness by pushing him off objects or by making fun of him. Nonetheless, their relationship is characterised by their playfulness and love for one another.