A husky rescued a kitten, now they're best friends


This unusual pair of best friends is the cutest!

Animals always hold a special place in our hearts. A dog and kitten happily hanging out with each other? Definitely a joy to see!

These two species of animals who have been always portrayed as bitter enemies ever since, now enjoy the company of each other.

A year and a half ago, pet owner Thoa Bui adopted a 3-week-old kitten. Sadly, it was weak, limp, and didn't eat so Bui was worried it wouldn't survive.

So she let Lilo, her husky, mingle with the kitten and they instantly clicked.

Lilo became protective of the kitten, refusing to eat just to cuddle with it so Bui decided to serve their food together.
The kitten eventually regained its appetite thanks to Lilo's care and company. Bui then named the kitten Rosie.

The pet owner initially planned to put up Rosie for adoption after she had recovered but she knows that Lilo would be sad had she done so. She kept Rosie and the two became inseparable.

"They can't not be touching, they're always next to each other, they're always touching each other," Bui said.




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A husky rescued a kitten, now they're best friends
This unusual pair of best friends is the cutest!
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