Artist Illustrates Daily Struggles And Life With A Cat In Humorous Comics

When one browses the internet there’s no running away from comics, and the best thing about is that they come in all shapes and sizes. However, if you are looking for something that can lift up your mood instantly, we highly recommend cat comics! It is a well-known fact that cats make everything out to be more dramatic than it actually is and owning one is both a blessing and a curse at times.

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Today we will present the ironic comics by artist Ellen who started making comics about her daily life back when we were having our first lockdown due to Covid-19. Ellen started off with making just regular comics, but bit by bit, her cat also slipped in and practically became the star of all of her ideas.

“Well, I’ve been making art since I was a young child, and while on lockdown, I had more time to focus on creating a comic series. We had also adopted a cat and I became obsessed with drawing her goofy expressions! I was originally quite nervous to share my art but my family gave me the boost I needed. I figured people may need a laugh during this pandemic and wanted to help people smile, then it kind of took off!” an artist told Bored Panda.

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