@V.: Sometimes it is hard to tell who is the real bully. Just look at Benni, we are seeing that he is not as bad as everyone thought when we first met him. And Tanya, she tends to push people around as well.
Yeah, I reckon you're right about the occasional obscurity. I guess sometimes, one has to hang back for a bit and observe the situation until more things reveal themselves.
Still, though, sexual dimporphism exists, with males generally being bigger, stronger and faster and more geared towards taking and giving a beating. I don't like it when males try to pick fights with females when it's not absolutely necessary... especially when social skills exist. It also pisses me off when older kids pick on younger kids with the assumption that their perceived might makes them right.
@Sunny: Not really sure how to answer your question. I'm not sure which "who" to whom you refer. Here's the short rundown:
Benni is the otter that head slammed Kaleb, the rabbit boy, on his head. Kaleb has seizures as a result from his injury. Benni now lives with Kaleb.
At school in the playground, Kaleb was peacefully sitting at a table when Jestan (the male cat talking in this panel), the girl possum (to whom Jestan is talking), and a male(?) skunk accosted him. Jestan pushed Kaleb down triggering a seizure. They ran. Tanya saw them and is now looking for payback.