Jay Lynch's Nard And Pat series is drawn in a classic underground comic style that reminds one of both R. Crumb and Denis Kitchen.
It's a sometimes funky, sometimes street-wise version of the problems people have relating to their pets and each other. Nard, a goofy looking guy with a long nose, is the owner of Pat, a kitty cat. When Nard's wife, Vera, left him, he bought Pat at the suggestion of his analyst. Nard is conservative and Pat is radical. They talk to each other, yet neither listens to what the other says. In their relationship, Nard is easily the most humiliated.
These are classic funny animal comics from the golden days of underground publishing.