Brave Kitten Plays With Sleeping Puppy's Ear
The internet loves videos of animal fails. From clumsy goats to socially awkward dogs, there is something heartwarming about animals acting just as silly as humans!
Have you ever wondered what your pets get up to when you are not at home? Perhaps you expect your furry pals of moving your slippers. Or maybe you just want peace of mind knowing your pets are happy and content when you are gone.
Despite the clichés animosity between cats and dogs, the two often get along surprisingly well.
The new footage offers an endearing example of this, this adorable video show a German shepherd puppy was sleeping and a brave cat decided to play with its floppy ears. The resulting video shared on Facebook shows the cheeky cat flinching every time the pup’s ears twitch. Cat is determined to enjoy playing with its new toy! The video has recently gone viral, with many pet-loving Internet users dying to find out more about this super cute duo.
We have all heard the quotation, ‘fighting like cats and dogs,’ mainly to describe 2 animals (or humans, for that matter) that are always strange with each other.
However, the connection between dogs and cats are viable, depending on their personalities and their owners understanding and patience.
And while the beginning introductory period can be tricky, this uncommon relationship can be quite rewarding both species.
By nature, Huskies are predators and often chase pets smaller than them including cats. However, this does not mean that cats and dogs are not able to live in goodwill.
As the two most common household pets, the way dogs and cats relate to each other have a lot to do with their temperament, and whether either has any adverse reactions to members of different species in the past had.
For example, a husky raising his paw to a cat may mean he wants to play, but a cat can take it as a sign of an assault, prompting the cat to smash her paw at the dog, sending her into a hissing fit.
Likewise, a cat that tries to rub up against a husky may be acting friendly, but a husky can interpret that as a warning especially if the cat is near his food or toys and can cause the husky to bark or growl.
However, getting a kitten and a puppy at the same time and raising them together is a choice: that way neither has previous fears of each other, unless one of
the animals are domineering and overly-aggressive.