Sure, the heroes in Disney movies are supposed to embody desirable traits: bravery, kindness, a sense of adventure. But sometimes, it's the villains who have the most to teach us about the world — in their successes and their failures, too.
These two animated scamps get cozy with their double cosplay act in this sweet painting by Eric Proctor.
Here's a nixed, incomplete scene from the 2002 Disney cartoon Lilo & Stitch that took a break from the film's main "alien experiment on the loose" storyline.
Life isn't easy if you're a genetic experiment. Or an expendable minion, a powerful being wedged into an itty-bitty living space, or a recently downgraded scientific entity. Fortunately, it's a little easier to bear the pain if you've got someone in a similar situation to share the load.