This white lab stuck his head through the cat flap into dad’s man cave and found… the cat. First off though, that head. It is just one of the funniest images I’ve seen in a while – that expressionless face on that gorgeous white face as it peeks through the flap to see what is going on is priceless. But the cat has no intention of admiring it. Because that is HIS cat flap. It is not for the dog or anyone else for that matter, so how dare he use it? As the video opens, the cat brushes the dog with his tail then walks away. But after a few seconds, it does look like the cat is goaded into going after the dog a second time after we hear some furtive whispering and a noise that suggests the cat is being pushed back over to the door.
Well this cat does not need much more encouragement as he slams a kitty paw into the dog’s face. It is a wrestling match to the death – only the dog is hampered by the fact that he can only use his head as his paws are on the other side of the door. The dog does his best to try and maneuver his head around but the cat is in the position of power here and is not about to stop biting him and hitting him with his paws. The dog will not give in though and despite his handicap (or is that paw-dicap?) does not move. There’s a slight détente at this point as the cat stops attacking and just lays there. Has peace been found? Nope. The cat starts right back up again, pawing and clawing at the dog until the cat turns around and puts his tail in the dog’s face.
Hey, cat! Don’t you know anything about dogs and butts? The dog immediately starts sniffing the cat’s butt to say hello and see what might be irking it – but the cat does not like that and DING DING it’s round three. Or four. I don’t know anymore – I’ve lost count. But that is where the video ends so we will never know if they found love and peace and came together as a pet unit.
Cats and dogs are both loveable but they can be so different. For example, did you know that dogs have forty two teeth but cats only have thirty? And dogs are scavenging carnivores meaning they mostly eat meat but can survive on plant material if needed. Cats, on the other hand, are what is called obligate or strict carnivores – meaning that they have to eat meat and only meat to survive. Another difference is how each animal catches food in the wild. The cat creeps up on its prey and are sprinters, not distance runners. On the other hand, dogs are distance runners and catch their prey by running it down.
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