The dog just got back from the vet. Cat is trying to comfort him.

Ladies and gentlemen, we are glad to introduce to you the best buddies from Kansas: Zeke, the dog, and Winston, the cat. They do everything together: eat, play, sleep. They don’t like being apart even for the shortest period of time. One day Zeke broke out in hives and had to go to the vet. Turned out he was allergic to certain grasses. He got steroid and benadryl shots. When he got back home he looked very tired and unhappy. Of course his buddy was waiting for him anxiously. You have to see the way Winston takes care and comforts his pal. So adorable, so touching. If a cat and a dog can be nice to each other, we should try as well. Enjoy and share this cuteness.



Such a warm friendship, it made my eyes wet. A friendship between a cat and a dog has a lot to do with their personality and also with the way they have been introduced to each other. Cats and dogs living in the same household generally figure out a way to get along; they learn about the other through experimentation and observation. In the cat’s case, observation from on high is the preferred approach. The owner can help the animals get along by simple training, like Classical conditioning- the process of associating a neutral stimulus with an involuntary response until the stimulus elicits the response. For example, you can help them associate each other with the good feelings that accompany eating by making them eat close to each other. With some instructive inter-species experience and patience cats and dogs often become loyal “siblings,” supporting and defending all members of the family into old age.

Sources:

http://www.clickertraining.com/node/1687

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