2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better

Don’t you remember Ben Hed, the visual artist who gave us funnies about what might happen if people were like animals? He’s made another phenomenal, adorable drawing arrangement that we trust you need to see. It’s about the most impossible animal relationship between a little kitty feline and a huge German shepherd dog, finding another workable pace, and it’ll dissolve your spirit.

Pixie is a little, blissful, vigorous cat that Ben has revealed to Bored Panda. She’s honest, and she’s, to some degree, neglectful of the real, dangerous stuff around her.

Then again, Brutus is a huge, scar-confronted German Shepherd. In the wake of his resignation as Military Working Dog MWD, he was embraced by Pixie’s owner. Brutus, from multiple points of view, is the specific inverse of Pixie. He’s… he saw things. He is an intense and threatening military dog, but he has a weakness for Pixie and does what he can to protect her from the unforgiving real factors of her general environment.”

Truly, Pixie and Brutus were just one more arbitrary comic that I thought I was having while at work. I never expected to make an arrangement with them; I just thought it would be a clever plan to introduce a charming little cat to a major threatening war dog. So I did the main Pixie and Brutus charming creature comic, and individuals preferred it so much that I just kept making it.

Credit ig @pet_foolery

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These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better
These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better
These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better
These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better
These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better
These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better
These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better
These 2 Comics Of Pixie And Brutus Will Makes Your Day Better

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