Dogs have a fun way of being adorable, confusing, and frustrating at the same time, but these comic strips by Rupert Fawcett will help you understand them better.

This London cartoonist has succeeded with his comics “Off the leash”, and for those who have a dog, they will seem very real. Take the “canine logic” and try to rationalize the thoughts of dogs in different situations, with funny results. The scenes are also moving, because they remind us that our furry ones tend to have good intentions and often only need pampering at the end of the day.

Rupert Fawcett rose to fame in the early 1990s with his cartoon series Fred, and now has nearly a million followers on Facebook. And if you’re more into cats, fear not: Rupert also has his cat comic out this year: On The Prowl.

More information at: Off The Leash , Facebook , Twitter

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Dogs have a fun way of being adorable, confusing, and frustrating at the same time, but these comic strips by Rupert Fawcett will help you understand them better.

This London cartoonist has succeeded with his comics “Off the leash”, and for those who have a dog, they will seem very real. Take the “canine logic” and try to rationalize the thoughts of dogs in different situations, with funny results. The scenes are also moving, because they remind us that our furry ones tend to have good intentions and often only need pampering at the end of the day.

Rupert Fawcett rose to fame in the early 1990s with his cartoon series Fred, and now has nearly a million followers on Facebook. And if you’re more into cats, fear not: Rupert also has his cat comic out this year: On The Prowl.

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