People adopting animals is great.
Animals adopting animals? Even better.
Last year, Christina (who asked her last name be kept anonymous) adopted Raven, a Tamaskan Husky puppy. A month later, she took Raven to find a new best friend.
"I had always wanted a dog and a cat to grow up together. It's been like a life goal," says Christina.
She took Raven to an animal shelter where she could pick out a kitten. Christina felt it was important that Raven pick the kitten herself, instead of forcing a friendship. So at the shelter, Raven was brought 4 kittens. The first 3 weren't that receptive to Raven, but the last kitten was 'The One.'
Meet Raven and Woodhouse.
Raven and Woodhouse became inseparable. It's been over a year now, and the two cannot be without each other.
"They are perfect with each other. They don't cuddle as much as they used to when they were a puppy and kitten. But they're still always together, always playing together," says Christina. "Woodhouse actually chases the dog around the house," she adds. "And they like to play tag."
These two do everything together.
They eat together:
And of course, they nap together:
Could these two BE any cuter?