Our pets have been much more invaluable in these days than they have ever been. Throughout the day, they stick with us and are first to reply if we have a bad one. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a cat, or a puppy, or a hamster. That’s why pets are a blessing.
This is why you can still relate to these comics and drawings even though you’re not a cat guy. About why? And it’s just about finding a partner you love to hang out with, no matter what, every day. And it’s becoming even more so now.
Rita Vigovszky, a Hungarian visual artist, creates a fun mix of drawings and comics about her daily life and her cat’s adventures, Miyu. Most of the time, like in fact, she’s sleeping somewhere near Rita or just doing dumb little cat stuff. Cats, as they often do something funny or cute, are great inspiration for comics and pictures. said the artist to Bored Panda.
Ever since she was a little girl, Rita has been drawing. She has always wanted to be an illustrator, but in 2012, she became a graphic designer. She said she “loved it very much” and she missed “drawing her own things,” so she concentrated more on her own drawings this year. The sweet fruits of her labour can be seen below. I guess living with a cat every day teaches us how to live like a cat every day. And that’s a nice lesson.
The artist also opened up about her own quarantine situation: “I am very lucky because I’ve already been working from home, so the quarantine didn’t interfere with my career, but I’d really like to spend more time outside, meet my friends, and see concerts. Until then, art and my cat are still here for me.” Thanks to her illustrations, art and cats are still here for us. Enjoy, and, as always, make sure to help the artist by following her on her above connected social media accounts, if you love it.