Caturday Webcomic Recommendations at Geekiary

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This is a special edition of Caturday, webcomics! Here are nine cat-themed webcomics (including several for all ages!) To read and enjoy.

At the end of January, I posted a list of recommended comics on cats. Since then, I have found and read more cat-themed comics and listed them in my monthly roundups. Since today is Caturday (all cute tweets!), why not share more chat webcomics now? Plus, these webcomics are too good. If you’re looking for heartwarming and comedic cat stories, look no further than these Nine Lives (pun intended) below!

Kid-friendly comics are reported as of all ages.

Cat Loaf Adventures by kyutepastry
Cat Loaf Adventures by kyutepastry

Cat Loaf Adventures by kyutepastry (Completed) (All ages)

Bread cats, donut dogs, cinnabuns and word games galore! A fun comic about Cat Loaf and his friends. Adorable characters, healthy side stories and comedic moments: it’s a heartwarming reading experience indeed.

My Cat and My Old Dog by cho
My Cat and My Old Dog by cho

My Kitty and Old Dog par cho (Completed) (All ages) (Creator’s site is not available)

Take a box or package of tissues for this one. Short but emotional episodes of pet care. The creator based this comic on her real cat (Soondae) and her dog (Nang-Nak), the latter having passed away in 2013. It is a comic book full of heart and gratitude for the pets in our lives. .

Litterbox Comics by Litterbox Comics
Litterbox Comics

Litterbox Comics by Litterbox Comics

What it’s like to be a parent through the eyes of anthropomorphic cats (and other animals). The episodes also contain family issues, joys, and memes.

Daisy the cat and the six petals
Daisy the Cat and the Six Petals by Daisy the Cat Life

Daisy the Cat and Six Little Petals by Daisy the cat life (All ages) (Creator’s site is not available)

Join stray cat Daisy and her kittens as they hang out with their animal friends and learn life lessons. A cute healthy episodic cartoon.

GaMERCaT by Samantha Whitten
GaMERCaT by Samantha Whitten

Samantha Whitten’s GaMERcat

Video game references, memes and jokes… with cats. Games mentioned or parodied include Pokemon Go, Zelda, Five Nights at Freddy, and more. Also: social commentary on gender in games.

Tails of Magicat by magicatchoo
Tails of Magicat by magicatchoo

Tails of Magicat by magicatchoo (all ages)

This enchanting tale follows a kitten, her grandmother (grandmother) and her friends as they embark on adventures and protect their forest. The webcomic includes fun recipes like ice cream and salad dressings. The second season, titled Trials of Magicat, is now available. Magic tails is also available in print.

Sausage cat by sausage cat
Sausage Cat

Sausage cat by sausage cat

An episodic comic about, well, sausage cats. These short episodes are cute and hilarious. Check it out for a good laugh or two.

CATastrofe by Van Bueno
CATastrofe by Van Bueno

CATastrofe: A History of Cats by Van Bueno (all ages)

Yet Another Slice of Life, an episodic comic about life with a cat. But! As always, these comics are worth it. This one is no exception.

Kitty cut
Kitty cut

Cup of Kitty by cup of kitty (all ages)

For me, the sight of a kitten in a mug calls for a smile and an “aww” from me. Reading Kitty cut does just that and more. Know the ups and downs of having a cat or kitten in the house with this cute cartoon online.

Do you have a favorite cat-themed comic that isn’t here? Please feel free to comment below. I would love to hear from you!

For more great webcomic recommendations, check out our Wednesday Webcomics Archive!

Author: Brahidaliz Martinez

Brahidaliz (pronounced Bra-da-leez) graduated in 2019 from the Masters program in Creative Writing at American University. They are a Submission Writer for Uncanny Magazine, a Queer SFF Book Database Volunteer, and an Intern for Entangled Publishing. Their various areas of interest include intersectionality in apocalyptic and disaster films, artificial intelligence, writing for animation, YA SFF, and LGBTQ + portrayal in children’s media.

Pronouns: he / they
Location: DC metro area
Twitter: @brahidaliz

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