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A Husky Helped Rescue a Kitten, and Now They’re The Tightest BFFs

How adorable are these two?

When friendship forms among the unlikeliest of animals, it’s a joy to behold. Here are two species who’ve been portrayed as bitter enemies since forever but apparently, these two didn’t get the memo.

Pet owner Thoa Bui adopted a 3-week-old kitten a year and a half ago. Unfortunately, it was weak, lethargic, limp, and refused to eat. Bui was worried it wouldn’t survive.

So she let the tiny fur ball cuddle with one of her huskies, Lilo.


The two fell instantly in love.


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Lilo was instantly protective of the tiny ball of fluff, and wouldn’t even get up to eat. It fell to Bui to serve chow to the two insta-besties who cuddled for hours on end.

Like glue.


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It wasn’t too long before the starved kitten began to regain its appetite. Thanks to Lilo’s TLC, Bui knew she was going to live, and named her Rosie.

Bui initially planned to help Rosie recuperate, then put her up for adoption, but with the bond that developed with the two animals, those plans were shelved indefinitely.

The two became inseparable.


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“They can’t not be touching, they’re always next to each other, they’re always touching each other,” Bui described the two.

“They sleep together, they walk together, we all go for hikes together.”


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At first, Rosie was content to stay at home when all of Bui’s dogs went for walks. But noticing how despondent the kitten looked, Bui heeded her sister’s suggestion and brought the new member of the family along.

Rosie loved the great outdoors!


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She soon started behaving like part of the pack.


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She even picked up some dog traits.


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Despite making a lot of new friends, Rosie, now bigger, healthier, and stronger, still looks to Lilo as her best friend.

These two are the definition of BFF goals.


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This Friendly Dog Walks 4 Miles Every Day Just to Say Hi To Everyone In Town

Bruno is a local dog from Longville, Minnesota who always walks into town to greet everyone!

There's a huge difference between being a wanderer and being a stray. This distinction is evident in a surprisingly friendly dog from Longville, Minnesota. This friendly dog's name is Bruno, and for the past 12 years, he has been walking 4 miles to town just to say hello to the townspeople.

Ears up, tongue down, Bruno makes the daily commute from Lake Country to town. And while not everyone in the town is acquainted with each other, every one of the townspeople know Bruno.

Bruno walks 4 miles every day just to get to town.

Bruno walks 4 miles every day just to get to town....

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Woman’s Stomachache Was Caused By Ball of Cat Hair Stuck In Her Vagina

A woman’s love of cats ultimately created a mind-blowing medical issue that’s shocking and awkward at the same time.

For women, a trip to the gynecologist is a private thing. That's why we're in awe of Michell Barrow, a cat-loving writer for the women's site xoJane. When we first heard this story, we thought it was a hoax, but it turns out that it's real.

Before anything else, it must be noted that Barrow is the proud owner of two cats that are allowed to sleep on her bed. The cats, which are named Cricket and Donut, basically have the run of her home.

Cricket and Donut sleep on the bed.

Cricket and Donut sleep on the bed....

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This Woman’s Snapchat Of Her Dog’s Last Day Is Absolutely Heartbreaking

This pet owner expressed her love for her dog she will be letting go with Snapchat photos and it is absolutely heartbreaking.


“Dogs are man’s best friend,” - that is how the old saying goes. But this dog owner proved that her dog she lovingly named “Hannah” was not only her best friend but also a significant part of her family.

Hannah’s owner had to make the difficult choice of letting her go after seeing how the dog is having a hard time as it is. According to the owner’s Imgur post, Hannah has been having seizures for about two months. And while Hannah was provided with medicines for them as well as the pain, it was clear to her owner that it was time to let go.

“When she wasn't on her meds, she didn't have really bad seizures, she had them, but they weren't horrible, but when she wasn't on her meds, she couldn't walk well or make it up the stairs, several times she fell down them or up them. I finally decided that keeping her on the meds was selfish, but keeping her off of them was just as cruel.”...

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