Very nice. The only thing I'm noticing that you're doing is drawing so the action on each panel runs counter to the reading direction. Try to draw so the action/direction pushes in the reading direction, unless there's a narratively driven reason against it.
It depends on who is leading the action though. On page 6, she's facing opposite of reading direction, but she's leading the action, so the action is moving in reading direction. (If that makes any sense.) You always want the last panel on a page to push the eye to turn the page. That last panel on page 13 is a prime example of needing to be reversed for that reason.
Anyway, looks great. I enjoyed the read and I love the simple, charming style.
The kitten is based on our youngest kitty who loves to get into everything, and I pulled a lot influence for Magnolia from my little step sisters.
Thanks for pointing out the problems with the reading direction! I was trying to keep the screen direction consistent and avoid breaking the 180 degree rule, but it does make the action flow funny in places. Luckily it is an easy fix!
I will pay more attention to the reading direction when I plan out pages in the future!
This reminds me of my two little fur devils XD
Although on page 14 I was quite confused of what was going on since you offered many snapshots of the sequences. I think it will be much clearer if you free up a big panel to explain the situation.