This Comic About An Unexpected Friendship Between An Homeless Corgi And A Lonely Kitten Is So Heart Warming

One of the most powerful forces that drive us is friendship.

An illustrator from Singapore named Bobble Jot created a series of comics that are inspired and dedicated to her bond with her husband. Only, she added a little twist in the comic.

“I really love cute animals, and I love how cute corgis look like with their short legs,” she told Bored Panda. “I decided to draw a corgi, and then a munchkin cat with short legs to be its friend. My husband really loves the name Victoria, so we decided to call the corgi Tori for short, while we chose a classic name to describe the cat. The characters are loosely based on us and we draw inspiration from our interactions with each other, and with the people around us.”

Never underestimate the power of true friendship. Even if it looks unlikely.Artist Bobble Jot is a full-time illustrator from Singapore, and she’s had a passion for drawing since she was young. After building her life around the craft she loves, Bobble Jot decided to celebrate the bond she has with her husband by dedicating a comic series to it. Only she put a little twist on it.“I really love cute animals, and I love how cute corgis look like with their short legs,” she told Bored Panda. “I decided to draw a corgi, and then a munchkin cat with short legs to be its friend. My husband really loves the name Victoria, so we decided to call the corgi Tori for short, while we chose a classic name to describe the cat. The characters are loosely based on us and we draw inspiration from our interactions with each other, and with the people around us.”More info: Instagram ;| Facebook ;| Patreon

Tori is like a little kid: lively, charming and impulsive. “She is extremely clumsy and can be quite a derp, but she always means well,” Bobble Jot described her. “She’s constantly looking for acceptance and she’s happy that Samuel seems to accept her for who she is.” Samuel, in contrast, is quite a high society cat. “He’s reserved, prim and proper. He can be a bit snarky at times and a little full of himself, but he’s ultimately extremely overprotective of Tori.”

“Even though these characters are based on my husband and me, I would really like to stress that we want our readers to understand the power of acceptance and friendship and that these characters will never develop romantic feelings for each other,” Bobble Jot said. “Some of our readers tend to ‘ship’ them, so we just want to highlight how they are really good friends.”

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