If Cats Could Talk (Good Thing They Can‘t)
Is your cat a fluffy ball of love and purrs, or a sharp -clawed tyrant of the couch? Catsass, a comic by Claude Combacau, is about the latter kind. Or, more precisely, about the fears of cat owners when they watch their cats running amok. Is Mr. Fuzzypaws shredding a t-shirt because it’s a natural feline thing to do, or out of malicious intent? Why, kitty, why?
Claude claims that the comic is just that, the crystallization of the fears that go through the mind of every cat owner. The author has a cat, sure, but that kitty isn’t nearly as nasty. The comic itself is simplistic, just black line on white, but it’s not that important, since it’s the thought behind it that matters.
If only we knew the thought process behind cats.