Some of the typical relationships have set up myths in people’s minds, and similar relations are between cats and dogs, rats and cats, etc.
But one duo has proven the myth wrong by becoming best friends. Belle, a Newfoundland and her feline friend Bears, have formed an unbreakable friendship in their Denver house.
The duo has the most unbreakable friendship as a 3-year-old dog has become Bears’ “emotional supporting pillar” and often accompany her on trips to the vets.
Owner Emly has recently shared an adorable video of her pets on Instagram showing how Belle reassured Bear through her injections.
The video, which has gained almost 185,000 likes, states- “On the way to take Mr Bears to the vets for some shots. He gets really bad anxiety, so we bring Belle along too.
“Even his doctors have requested that she must come along to the appointment because he does so much better when he has big little sister is around him,
“His doctors even request that she comes along to appointment because he does so much better when he has his big little sister is with him. She is not just his sister, and she is his emotional support dog.”
Emily first noticed her pets’ adorable bond when Belle was just eight-weeks-old, saying her cat took to her “pretty much immediately”.
She said: “She has always been so gentle, and he’s always been brave and curious.
“Luckily, the cat is outdoor, so most of their initial interactions took place in our yard, which gave Bears an escape plan if she got too rough.”
Although delighted by their friendship, Emily never expected Belle and Bears to get on so well, especially considering the stereotypes about cats living with dogs.
“Bears hasn’t always been good with dogs, so we were nervous at first, but they immediately loved each other – it’s like they understood they were siblings immediately,” added Emily.