Sweet Dog Holds Perfectly Still and Lets Kitten Boop His Nose Repeatedly

Sweet Dog Holds Perfectly Still and Lets Kitten Boop His Nose Repeatedly

Tiny kittens are absolutely irresistible, especially when they're as fluffy and smol as this one. There's definitely a reason humans love them so much. Seriously, who could resist giving a kitten precisely what it wants, even if it puts your personal comfort at stake?

Of course, dogs and other animals often feel differently about kittens than humans do. After all, they don't generally get a say in whether a kitten joins their home, and it's easy for them to wonder what's going on and get territorial and bitter when encountering the new pet for the first time (or even many times after that).

But, of course, that's not always how it goes. In this case, the doberman who appears to be this little kitten's new forever brother or sister has decided to patiently allow the new little kitty to explore her new world in whatever way she pleases.

Naturally, the kitten's first instinct is to learn more about her new sibling by giving the doggo a few nice boops to the nose. Luckily, the patient doberman is more than willing to allow it.

Check out the video below to see this adorable pair get to know each other in basically the cutest way we've ever seen.

What do you think about this cute duo? Is the doberman's patience about to fail, or are the dog and the kitten bound to be the best of friends forevermore?

How did your cats and dogs treat one another when they met each other for the first time? We'd love to hear your story!

Elizabeth Morey

Elizabeth Morey graduated summa cum laude from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI, where she dual majored in English Literature and Spanish with minors in Writing and Business Administration. She was a member of the school's Insignis Honors Society and the president of the literary honors society Lambda Iota Tau.

Some of Elizabeth's special interests include Spanish and English linguistics, modern grammar and spelling, and journalism. She has been writing professionally for more than five years and specializes in health topics such as breast cancer, autism, diabetes, and Alzheimer's disease. Apart from her work at GreaterGood, she has also written art and culture articles for the Grand Rapids Magazine.

Elizabeth has lived in the beautiful Great Lakes State for most of her life but also loves to travel. She currently resides a short drive away from the dazzling shores of Lake Michigan with her beloved husband.

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