Cats are essentially lovable balls of fur that make the most adorable sounds and help you feel less alone when everyone else is in a relationship. Yet a survey published by the Humane Society notes that as of the last year, only 35% of United States households owned a cat. A surprisingly small percentage, considering their popularity – but maybe that's because cats are also, well, a serious handful.
A great many artists around the world have taken to illustrating the daily struggle that cat owners face, whether it comes to caring for their furry friends, or trying to get on with their day while the felines seemingly do their best to get in the way.
Anyone who works from home with a cat knows exactly what this Cat vs. Human comic is about. How can you focus on work when there's a loving cuddle puddle right there in your lap? And why would you want to?
Frankie Comics knows what it's talking about here too. It may seem outlandish to people who've never owned a pet, but cats have a weird habit of literally getting everywhere, including the bathroom – while you're doing your business – and the kitchen counter as you're cooking. On the one hand, it's nice that you'll never be alone. But the bottom line remains: You'll never be alone.
Of course, when your chores are done and you actually do want to spend some quality time with the mischievous little demons, they're suddenly out cold. But just wait until they decide you've had enough rest for the night. Who needs a good night's sleep anyway?
Tall Penguin, though it may feature a bird as a protagonist, tells a very perplexing truth. Cats have a strange obsession with showing you their private parts, up close and personal. Enough said.
Check out each of these comic strips for more feline goodness, and share this collection with your friends on Facebook. We got you a parting gift below: A video from the incredibly popular YouTube series, Simon's Cat.