Dog Raised by Cats Can't Stop Jumping On Counters and Even the Fridge
There is so much joy that we get from our pets every day. No matter if you have a dog, cat, lizard, guinea pig, fish, horse, or snake we are astounded by their loyalty and how they surprise us every day. Watch how this dog acts who was raised by cats!
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Dog and Cats Getting Along
A dog raised by cats? At the start of this video, we see a dog jump up onto a counter, just like a cat would! And then we see him leap up onto the table on the back porch in another video. And for the next few videos put together, it just seems that’s what this dog does. He jumps up everywhere he goes.
A wonderful family went to the pet rescue shelter and adopted a dog that they later named Mako. Mako’s owner said, “They told us he is good with cats, but they didn’t say anything about him acting like a cat. He likes to do what the cats do.” And then the next video is of two cats high up on the cabinets. So, Mako will hop up onto the counter to be as high up as he can like they are.
At one point, we even see that Mako was able to hop up on the refrigerator! Mako likes to eat and play with the cats as well. This is a cat-dominated household, and Mako is determined to be just like the cats he admires.
What is the Hardest Part of Adopting a Rescue Dog?
There are estimated to be 406 dog breeds. However, there are conflicting agreements on this, with some believing there to be only about 200 breeds. There are estimated to be over 471 million dogs that live on every continent.
There are dogs of every kind that can be found as rescue dogs, shelter dogs, or newborn dogs adopted right away.
According to the North Shore Animal League, “Rescue dogs are homeless due to a variety of reasons. They may have been surrendered by owners who could not care for them anymore, found on the street, or perhaps they were part of a litter born in a shelter.”
The hardest part about adopting a rescue dog is typically behavioral issues. There is no telling where those dogs came from and what type of environment they were subjected to. They need time to adjust to being in a loving home where they are safe, well-fed, loved, and protected.
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