Adorable footage shows moment kitten comforts sick puppy

Feline good! Adorable footage shows moment kitten comforts sick puppy by massaging its head at a veterinary clinic

  • Adorable footage has shown a tiny kitten comforting a sick puppy at a clinic
  • Both animals are hooked up to drips but it is not know what conditions they had
  • The kitten then nuzzles into the puppy’s head, who appears relaxed and sleepy

Adorable footage has shown a tiny kitten comforting a sick puppy at a veterinary clinic.

The cute feline is seen gently caressing the pooch’s head as they both lie on a treatment table at the clinic in Sakarya, Turkey.

Both animals are hooked up to IV drips but it is not known what conditions they were suffering from or why they were in the clinic.

They were both rescue animals and the kitten continued massaging the dog’s head for while. 

The kitten is seen gently nuzzling into the puppy’s head, who appears relaxed and sleepy with the unlikely attention from his feline friend.

A recent survey by the Journal of Veterinary Behavior suggests that cats and dogs get along just fine.


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For the survey, researchers from the University of Lincoln surveyed 748 cat-and-dog households spanning Europe, the United States and Australia. 

More than 80 percent of pet owners said these classic arch enemies like each other.

Just three per cent of respondents said their pets couldn’t share the same room.

Both animals are hooked up to IV drips but it is not known what conditions they had 

Video shows the kitten nuzzling  into the puppy’s head, who appears relaxed and sleepy

Cats did show a little more anxiety around dogs than the other way around, which may be understandable considering the size difference between the species. 

They were also named overwhelmingly as the instigators when conflict did arise.

The survey respondents noted that their cats were three times more likely to threaten their dog than the other way around. And in fights, it was the cat that inflicted the most damage.

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