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Kitten Keeps A Dog Who Was Scared At The Vet Company

Vets and colleagues at Greenside Animal Hospital in South Africa were moved by the bond between a cat named Ginger and a dog named Anne, who watched the kitten’s wonderful moment of compassion with the scared rescued canine.

It all began when a caring individual discovered the kitten in a storm drain and transported her to a veterinary facility for treatment. Workers at the clinic treated the kitten and then placed her in a room where she could rest and heal.

A dog that was quite weak owing to fleas and ticks came to the clinic a few days later to be treated medically.

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They decided to place her in the same room as the kitten, but in separate cages, because to her poor condition.

The darling Ginger vanished from her cage unexpectedly, and all of the staff assumed she had died. Everyone was taken aback when they discovered Ginger snuggling up with her new canine companion in the other cage.

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No one knew why she was acting so strangely, but evidence suggests that the kitten thought the dog was terrified and sought to soothe her.

The staff returned Ginger to her cage after locating her, where she had her litter box, food, and water. The kitten, however, escaped once more and headed to where her new best buddy was waiting to guard and care for her.

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According to Amomeupet, Dr. Suzette Greube said:

“They enjoy cuddling and eating together. They have toys, but chasing Anne’s tail is the kitten’s favorite activity.”

Without a doubt, this pair of pals has forged a unique bond, and despite their differences, they constantly keep each other company and encourage one another.

Despite her shyness, the cat has always exhibited affection for others around her, although the dog likes to be alone with her.

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Anne gradually overcomes her worries with Ginger’s support and learns to trust the clinic personnel more.

The doctor continued:

“She’s still suspicious of the employees when they enter the isolation room, but she’s happy to come out of her shell and socialize once she sees us carrying food.”

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