This Cat Doesn’t Get Along With Other Cats, But What She Does For This Blind Lab is INCREDIBLE!!!

Pudditat, a stray cat, could never find friends. She didn’t like other cats, she would always start fights with them. Then Pudditat got adopted by a family with a 14 year-old blind and partially deaf chocolate Lab, Tervel. The dog would spend all day in his basket, afraid to get hurt, bumping into something. To everyone’s surprise a strong friendship developed between these two unlikely friends. Nose to tail they keep walking through this life supporting each other. Sometimes the help that is needed comes in the most surprising form when you the least expect it. Never lose hope and faith. We have a lesson to learn from these two, a lesson in humanity. Please, enjoy this touching story, and share it with your friends and family.


It is very odd that a cat with such unfriendly personality became friends with the dog right away. Usually, the introduction of a new pet takes time. Cats don’t always get along with dogs, because of dogs’ hunting instincts and the misinterpretation of body language. For example, a dog raising his paw to a cat may mean he wants to play, but a cat can take it as a sign of an attack, and starts hissing and might even scratch. Pudditat, probably, didn’t feel threatened, because the dog was so old and tired. Friendships take time to develop. If you got a new pet, and want him to get along with other pets in the house, let them get used to each other from afar. Separate the animals during mealtime. If you are leaving the house, try to separate the dog from the cat with a baby gate, to allow the animals sniff each other without coming into full contact. Regardless, it’s important to give equal amounts of attention to all your pets so no one feels left out.

Sources:

http://www.petinsurance.com/healthzone/pet-articles/pet-behavior/Dog-and–Cat-Relationships.aspx

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