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Makes me remember when I was more child and taught me that I have to have fun more with my friends.
And is funny.


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I really like hte art style
and Rick's brand of humor
and the fact that serious emotional strips don't feel forced.

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Post Re: Why do you like Housepets?
The style is cute, the story is lighthearted and funny, and the characters are memorable


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i love animals, and the ones here are so cute, also it was such a surprise when they could camunicate with humans, i've always wanted to talk to animals... and get an answer back

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It's always leaving you with a lot of questions. It can be just too adorable for words sometimes and no two characters are ever alike, well, except for Mr Bigglesworth.

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I don't even know why I like it. I just do.


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Seth wrote:
I really like hte art style
and Rick's brand of humor
and the fact that serious emotional strips don't feel forced.

Basically everything that's been said here. :lol:

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It calls to mind a simpler time in life...that and I laugh and smile every time I read it, regardless how many times I go back through.

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Shirosune wrote:
It calls to mind a simpler time in life...that and I laugh and smile every time I read it, regardless how many times I go back through.
This man (or lady) speaks the truth. This is a really good way to put why Housepets! rocks.

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The art style for one, Its cartoony yet deatiled enough to be visually pleasing in my opinion. The story manages to stay humorous and light hearted while managing to throw in more serious elements from time to time making the story diverse enough plus the plot twists are great. Plus the characters are cute enough that I just wanna hug them. :D

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Post Re: Why do you like Housepets?
Considering this is my first post, I think this is the best place to start things off.

Why do I like Housepets you say?
Well first of all it combines the humor of a comic strip with the continuity of an epic.
While often there will be some great jokes throughout the comic, Rick does such an awesome job of portraying each character in a unique way that people can relate too, I find myself coming back just to see what is going on in the lives of the characters.
As you read further into the story, its easy to become attached to one or more of them. becoming concerned for them when bad things happen, and sharing in their happiness when good things occur.
I've read many Webcomics that have done this as well, but none have caused me to fall in love with so many characters so fast as Housepets has.
And that is why I love Housepets!

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Honestly I love HousePets because of the design of the characters, the story, and the humor...it also makes me laugh when I'mma 'but to cry. I've been practicing drawing them for so long...but I keep failing!

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