30 Comics That Show What Living With A Cat Is Really Like

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Who can understand a cat owner better than another cat owner? Felines are unique among pets, and if you’ve recently acquired one, you won’t be the one setting the rules. You’ll be the one that has to obey your new boss. Cody Stone Stowe adopted a cat a few years back and began creating comics about it at the same time. Coral, his small furball, quickly became the star of his series, as cats and comics go together like HBO’s Game of Thrones and disappointment.

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“I never knew that cats had such a sarcastic personality on ’em. They have so many looks that reflect human ones that I get quite the kick out of seeing on a funny cat. Slow glazed blink. Eye rolls. Side eye. There was so much there, and from that, so much to draw from.”

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Cody began making his animal comics the same year he got Coral. “A coworker at the coop I was working at commented on how I was wasting my drawing talents at work on the whiteboard.” And that was enough to get him going. “Originally, I wanted to animate on YouTube, but that idea came right when the YouTube format pretty much moved toward making long format videos the only viable career. Of course, I still wanted to animate but I also wanted it to be a career I can live on, and the financially viable career just wasn’t there for me. So I decided to try comics on Facebook. Started the page WeFlaps and just started posting comics. It was at no cost, no worry of copyright, and didn’t take a long time to illustrate. After the summer, somehow the page had gained fifteen thousand page likes and it had only grown from there. Added a way for fans to support me with a merchandise store and it has become a full-time job for me ever since!”

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