Zoid’s Funny Cats By Lindsey Greyling
There’s A Nightmare On My Street
Today we have a charming little series created by Lindsey Greyling called Zoid’s Funny Cats. Largely inspired by Lindsey’s own pair of house cats, Zoid’s Funny Cats follow a pair of house cats that coexist within the same household. Little Lord Rugford who also goes by Ruggers, is a small white persian cat with an optimistic, cheeky and naive personality and a bit clingy. The other cat is named Egg, a very large, very serious tuxedo cat. He is ill-tempered, snobbish, lazy and vain. Together the two go about their daily routine with Ruggers enjoying being around Egg while Egg tries not to hurt Ruggers.
Zoid’s Funny Cats feels like watching classic Looney Tunes characters interact with one another. The way the duo interact and play off one another’s antics is what lead me to this. In a way, it also reminds me of the relationship between Garfield and Odie. The series also has little to no dialogue so a lot of the interaction between the two is conveyed through the characters expressions. Which is something a really admire. One of the hardest things for a storyteller, animator or cartoonist to do is to manage to tell an engaging story without relying on any dialogue at all and to do that in a format such as this as well on a weekly basis is relly just telling as to how talented Lindsey is.
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