DOG PLAYS WITH KITTEN
Experience shows that a cat and a dog can not only get along well in a common area, but also tenderly love each other. This almost always happens when they grow up together. But there are also cases when an animal of a more mature age welcomes a new family member. It is more difficult for cats, as contemplators, to adapt to the appearance of an eternally annoying puppy than to the open-world dogs to accept an unknown fluffy creature. But with the patient participation of the owner in smoothing out the sharp corners in the relationship, a cat or a dog finds all the new advantages of their now non-lonely animal existence and relaxes.