April 12, 2024

Dog Braved It Jumps Inside  A Burning House To Save His Kitten Best Friend

Dog Braved It Jumps Inside  A Burning House To Save His Kitten Best Friend

This is the incredible story of a brave dog taking the ultimate risk for love and friendship! It all started a few years back when a company building in Ukraine had a huge explosion causing a fire to break out.

It all started a few years back when a company building in Ukraine had a huge explosion causing a fire to break out. Extreme flames and thick smoke engulfed the surrounding area, including a few homes that were in close proximity. This caused the residents to rush out of their homes, with only enough time for them to collect their most valuable possession and their family pets.

When one of the residents released his dog from the front yard, expecting the pup to follow him to safety, the pup instead ran straight into the fire. The resident stood there dumbstruck, not sure what to do as he was unable to follow the pup into the fire as it was too dangerous.

As he watched his home burn, he hoped that his pup would return, and before long he saw a familiar shadow emerge from his home, but the pup wasn’t alone. He saw his pup emerge from the fire, holding a kitten in its mouth, one that the family was unable to grab on their way out.,

After found out that the pup and the kitten were best friends who spent many of their days hanging out and playing together.
The pup’s first instinct when he was released was to save his best friend, and not himself, what a hero!

Dog and Cat Behavior
By nature, dogs are predators and often chase things smaller than them—including cats. However, this doesn’t mean that dogs and cats are not able to live in harmony. As the two most common household pets, the way dogs and cats relate to each other have a lot to do with their temperament, and whether either have had any adverse reactions to members of different species in the past.

For example, a dog raising his paw to a cat may mean he wants to play, but a cat can take it as a sign of an attack, prompting the cat to swat her paw at the dog, sending her into a hissing fit. Likewise, a cat that tries to rub up against a dog may be acting friendly, but a dog can interpret that as a threat—especially if the cat is near his toys or food—and can cause the dog to growl or bark.

However, getting a puppy and a kitten at the same time and raising them together is an option: that way neither has previous fears of each other, unless one of the animals is overly-aggressive and domineering.