113 Hilarious Comics That Perfectly Capture Life With Cats
Cats are cute and lovable creatures, but they can sometimes be a true mystery to us humans. These cute comics, called Cat Versus Human, perfectly describe the difficulties a cat owner faces when dealing with the phenomenon of 'cat logic'.
The author behind these cat comics is Yasmine Surovec, a proud owner of three adorable cats and a dog who currently lives with her husband in Phoenix, USA. Her love of cats began in her childhood when relatives frequently brought strays to their home. "I’ve had cats most of my life. I love how you have to earn a cat’s affection and trust. They just don’t easily surrender themselves to you. I respect that", says Yasmine in her interview with Floppy Cats.
If you love her funny comics, be sure to comment and upvote the cartoon drawings you can relate to the most!
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I love the expression on the dog's face, that's why I LOVE dogs... they're just silly, lovable, happy creatures.
I love how the corners of the furniture are a scratched up as well.. lol
This cartoon looked better if the cat,instead of catching the butterfly,was sitting in the top of the human :-)
This assumes the cat is trying to avoid knocking anything down, more likely the opposite is true.
A dog in your house at night makes you feel safe and secure. A cat in your house at night just freaks you out, and has so many different ways to achieve it.
Because their bodies aren't designed to eat processed cat food
This is me at 6:00 a.m. Monday through Sunday! I don't need an alarm clock!
Mine watches me while I clean it, only to defile it immediately after.
Omg!!! Happens all the time! Like there is literally no better spot in the house to do that!
It's so true animals know when you're sad and help you feel better they just know
Men pretend to be macho but are just big softies when there with there partners
My clothes, towels and linen. Anything that smells like me.
It's instinct there has been studies done that say the frequency of a cat laying on you and purring helps the blood flow and helps heal you as well as improve the development of unborn babies.