I love how you compose the third panel He says "No", but the characters are positioned in a way that the tattoo gets shown - us readers get to see it except Lynn. You're letting your audience in on all the hot happenings, and that's very cool.
But the mystery of the tattoo is still being maintained, despite it being exposed. And the expressions all sure does augment the situation plenty. Darn masterful composition!
I just have to ask, not trying to be rude in any way, how does tattoo's work with fur? O_o Is the fur "painted" or is the skin tattoed in a normal way... and the fur shaved to reveal the tatto? am I thinking to much into this?