Woman Posts A Video Of A Man Helping His Dog Makes Friends With A Cat,And It’s The Purest Thing Ever – Loloanimals

Woman Posts A Video Of A Man Helping His Dog Makes Friends With A Cat,And It’s The Purest Thing Ever

Making friends can sometimes be challenging, especially when you are new on the block. But it doesn’t have to be, especially if you have someone to help you get to know the neighborhood.

A few days ago, while washing the dishes, Cheyenne Tyler Berry saw something adorable through her kitchen window. An older man and his little dog were casually strolling down the sidewalk when they suddenly stopped to make friends.

The first thing that Berry had noticed was that the dog was very cheerful. “He was jumping and getting excited,” Berry says.

She then moved for a better look and saw her neighbor’s orange cat, named George, sitting on a small wall. He was the reason the pup was so excited.

What was adorable even more was the dog owner’s action. Rather than nudge the dog away, he did quite the opposite. He raised the little dog to make friends with George.

The introduction was brief but made quite an impression on Berry. This adorable image is something she won’t soon forget. “It made me tear up because I was shocked I got to see such a sweet moment in person,” Berry said, “I haven’t stopped smiling since.”

Adorable moment

Adorable moment

Dogs and cats don’t have to be enemies. In cases where these two species don’t get along, it’s mostly the dogs’ fault. They instinctively chase after smaller animals. And cats run away, which makes the chase even more interesting. And it is a never-ending loop. But dogs can be toughed not to chase cats.

There are a few simple steps to make dogs and cats get along better:

  1. Teach your dog basic commands- sit, stay, down. So, whenever you see signs of your dog becoming aggressive to cats, you give the command.
  2. At first, any interaction should be under your supervision.
  3. A cat should have its safe spots around your home. Bookshelves, top of the fridge, anything outside the dog’s reach will do.
  4. You should swap scents. Dogs and cats should get used to each other smells. The easiest war is to switch their bedding.
  5. Dogs and cats should spend a lot of time together. Many dogs tend to get too excited when they first see a cat. After that initial meeting, their excitement starts to drop.
  6. Personalities matter. If a dog is aggressive and territorial, it won’t be a good fit in a household with a skittish cat. In contrast, an aging dog would hate sharing his space with a rambunctious kitten.

Watch the video here:


@turtlebackpackgirl caught this pure moment and I haven’t stopped smiling since 💖💗💕💝💓💘💞 #viral #dogsofttiktok #catsoftiktok ♬ The King – Sarah Kinsley

So, in the light of this new information, we can say that the man’s actions were completely appropriate. He taught his little pup that cats are not enemies and that they can hang around and play together. We only wish that more dog owners would do the same and not teach their dogs to chase cats just to amuse themselves.

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