Daughter Illustrates Her Dad’s Relationship With Their Cat Who Once Didn’t Want A Damn Cat

  • By Hashir
  • July 30, 2020
  • 4 minutes read

We all know someone who has a hard time expressing themselves. They make others feel like they don’t give a damn about anything but deep down inside they have such strong feelings but they just don’t know how to express them. It is possible that such people are afraid of being vulnerable in front of others, therefore, they pretend to be tough. They just don’t want others to see their soft side and know their weaknesses. Although showing love doesn’t make one weak but it unravels the compassionate side of your personality that makes you more approachable and easy to communicate with.

However, this type of behaviour is not confined to a certain age group or demographics but it is widely seen among aged men. There’s always a grumpy old man in our neighbourhood or family who is constantly nagging and is always fussy about something. Whether it is their family pet or next-door neighbour’s annoying kid. They’re always found yelling at someone. They may appear to be inconsiderate of others but deep down inside they care a lot. They have so much love and it’s all unconditional. Such is the behaviour of the artist Akiro Tea’s father Pietro towards his own pet cat Fritz. Akiro illustrated her dad and his cat’s relationship in an inspirational yet hilarious comic strip. Scroll down and check it out.

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We can spot a dash of love in that hateful warning.

Dad said so but dad didn’t mean so.

Oh, the things we do for love.

You always hurt the person who loves you the most.

There’s a thing about the people we love the most. We always end up hurting them. It’s not like we mean to but it’s just that we care too much about them and vice versa. They have some expectations from us and we have from them. When these expectations break people get hurt. It’s something similar in the case of cats. They don’t mean to hurt us but they sometimes scratch us to mark their territory. It’s their way of warning the world that it’s their human, so back off! All those scars are just an expression of love from cats. Maybe that’s why they say love hurts?

It’s a love-hate relationship.

It’s a good time, no one is looking. I must pet my catto.

Standing up for your cat is a way of telling them you love them even if you don’t show it.

Your cat is not just your pet but it’s your child.

Despite all the yelling and scolding the cat knows who loves her the most.

Say hello to the real Fritz!

Sharing some thoughts from people about this comic.

That sure did require some prerequisite.


Seems like Old Italian men have a beef with cats.

We couldn’t agree more.

Absolutely! *A huge round of applause.*

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