This Cat Has Become A Member Of The Pack, Which Includes Three Shiba Inus Dog’s
A Japanese couple owns three lovely Shiba Inu, and they recently chose to expand their family by adopting a cute American Shorthair cat who quickly became a member of the pack and spends fantastic times with his new siblings.
The woman had long desired a cat, but her husband was not on board. He tried for years to persuade him, and then the day arrived: they were looking for a gray kitten with short fur and prick ears that would get along with the family dogs. Kiki was brought into the family in this manner.
The wife was ecstatic, telling Bored Panda:
“The reason I chose to add a cat to our family instead of a dog was simple: I used to have one.”
The woman recounts trying unsuccessfully for several years to persuade her spouse to get a cat. When the cat was finally brought home, he got along swimmingly with his new Shiba brothers, who were equally enthusiastic.
The wife recalls:
“When I told my spouse that I wanted a kitten, he informed me that he dislikes cats. I continued to do it, but he always said no. However, after some time, I was able to locate a cat that they both enjoyed.
The family acknowledged a few months ago that their dogs and cat had a very special and close attachment. They are a team, and they defend and adore it. They are overjoyed with the family they have created and the way they care for it; they honestly consider it a part of themselves.
The woman explains:
“I went to a Shiba Inu party with Kiki and our dogs. Kiki was getting along fine with the other dogs until one of them began barking at her. Saki, one of our Shibas, immediately replied with a bark, ensuring Kiki’s safety. I realized they had become true companions at that point.
Kiki and her siblings do everything together, including take lengthy naps, go for long walks, have meals, and have fun playing. They are always in close proximity.
The mother of pets goes on to say:
Kiki appears to be able to relax whenever she wants with a tranquil mind because Shibas are normally quiet at home. Kiki joins us in the bedroom for some sleep after doing something active before going to bed.
The mother of this cute family reveals that she has heard that dogs become adapted to their people’ sleep routine, whilst cats are more active and wake up at night looking for something to do, but Kiki prefers sleeping through the night.
He spends a lot of time with his brothers; they are very close and have a lot of fun together. They are oblivious to the difference.
There is no doubt that they are a loving family. Kiki joined the gang, and the Shiba adore her brother, taking care of him and laughing at his antics.
He’s a member of the gang.