Updated on 16 October, 2021
The Cat Comic is a fictional comic book series by comic book writer Mark Millar and artist Andy Kurowsky that is targeted for young readers. The premise of the story revolves around a six-year old orphan named Sasha who moves from foster home to foster home after her mother loses her memory. Sasha struggles to adapt to her new surroundings, and falls in with a group of boys who are her friends. The boys tease and bully her, but she enjoys their company and finds them very attractive.
The Cat Comic started as an alternative weekly strip on Fox Television called "The New Moon." The main characters were all anthropomorphized animals who looked nothing like their human counter parts. This was a great departure from the comic books of the time where humans were the main characters. The first few strips were dark and moody, often featuring a bad guy who had a strange mask that changed color when he was angry or happy. The cats were often used for comic relief after the bad guys attacked or attempted to attack the main characters. It was a short-lived joke.
The cat characters are still featured in the Cat Comic strip as they have remained popular through the years. Now they have their own instagram account which has almost two hundred thousand followers. The account was launched just two weeks ago. The goal of the account is to bring attention to the importance of social media to young people.
Many traditionalists will be quick to decry social media sites such as Instagram and Facebook as "so Teen Adult" and point out the risque nature of Cat Comic. However, cartoon cats have always been an interesting choice for a comic strip, and the creators have always taken a stand against bullying. In fact, most of the characters in the Cat Comic are loners who enjoy privacy, spending time alone. In one issue, there is a guest appearance by the main character Ralph Bakshi who is an anthropomorphic cat. He is a foul mouthed, burpy, mean guy who is consistently mean to the female characters in the strip.
The reason for his mean demeanor is that he suffers from an oral disease which causes him to speak with a very distorted voice. He is voiced by the very popular Bakshi. The voice does lend him an edge, but he is still not entirely convincing. His accent is kind of rough around the edges, which helps make his character more unique. The accent is similar to an animated feature from Japan known as "Calabash", which you may also have seen.
The aim of the strip is to poke fun at a bunch of youngsters who live by themselves in rural areas in the United States. They have a group of friends who consist of all sorts of interesting characters. Some of them are vegetarian, while others eat meat. In addition to their day-to-day lives, they enjoy long lazy days lying on the couch or in bed, eating their favorite strips and snacking on them whenever they get the urge. Cat Loves Pets takes advantage of this fact in the most hilarious and entertaining way possible.
Cat Loves Pets started as a instagram account, before it moved onto the main strip on Twitter. The account has received over eleven thousand followers and the popularity has not diminished at all. People from all over the world have fallen in love with this particular instagram account, and now they post daily pictures of their cats in different poses. The number of people who follow the account is definitely impressive.
Most of the people who like Cat Loves Pets are men, although there are quite a few women who have managed to get hold of a slice of the action too. The reason for this is the great cartoon strip. The artwork is certainly top notch and is not like anything else you'll find on the internet. People have even managed to combine Cat Loves Pets with other online comics and post blended the best of both and created an ultimate picture of webcomics and online fictions.