Quarantine was and is hard on almost all of us, including our beloved pets. Most of them were confused as to why we were always home and reacted differently to always having their owners around. Some were excited and never wanted it to end—probably dogs, and some were a little annoyed and wished they would just go to work already—probably cats.
Well, this artist named Edison Rruga, from Albania, decided to create simplistic and cute comics and share how his cat Coco reacted to quarantine together.
The artist told Bored Panda: "When the whole corona situation started, I was working on some little interior projects and I had much free time. And one day, I was thinking about how life had changed for humans and animals (because they are happy when we are at home, but cats don't care much) and wanted to do something about that. And I wanted to show it in cartoons. But not putting myself in the main role. I chose Coco because my cat is called Coco and I called it: Coco's Quarantine Diary."
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"Cats are very selfish; they come when they want and leave when they want. And I don't know, but this a behavior that you see in some people that are around you, in different clients and friends. Lately, by observing people in the time of corona and seeing this behavior in cold blood every day, I am convinced that people have changed in the last years. They are more into getting what they want, thinking just for themselves, thinking how to earn more and pay less, and call mostly when they need you."
"This was the inspiration to put Coco in the main role, make humans and cats behave in some circumstances that most of us have been in or have seen, and connect them in these black and white comics."
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