An American Shorthaired cat named Kiki doesn’t seem to know he’s a feline. His days are spent with his three siblings that are Shiba Inu. So, now, he feels like he’s one of their kind too.
Whenever he is around new dogs, he acts like a Shiba Inu instead of behaving like a cat. Perhaps, Kiki is a dog, living in a feline’s body.
At present, Kiki, together with his fur siblings, has become popular in the digital world. Pet lovers enjoyed the unique bond shared between the three dogs and the cat. They indeed make an ideal family!
Kiki’s parents at first were uncertain about getting him. They long had been a family with three loving Shibas. Then, the dogs’ mother wanted to have a cat too. Unfortunately, the father isn’t a cat lover.
According to Kiki’s mom, she wanted their family to have a cat because she already had one before. But when she informed her husband about her desire to have a kitty, she discovered that he doesn’t have the fondness for cats as he has for dogs. She tried convincing him, but he said no to the idea all the time.
After some begging, he finally got swayed and agreed. They teamed up together in looking for a cat that both of them will like. They had to make sure that their soon to be cat will go well together with the other furry babies. So, here comes Kiki, who seemed to be the best fit with the Shibas.
Adapting to his new family was an easy task for Kiki. He immediately became attached to his three siblings and started to act like he’s one of them.
At first sight, the kitty will look like a cute misfit. But he doesn’t think and feel that way. For him, he belongs, even being with the other dogs.
One time, Kiki’s mom took him to a party for Shibas. Kiki did not have a hard time getting along with the dogs until one Shiba started to bark at him. As an immediate response, Saki, one of Kiki’s Shiba siblings, barked back to protect him. And that’s the time their mother knew that their fur babies had developed a dedicated and sweet companionship for each other.
Kiki is no different from any other dog. He sleeps calmly along with his Shiba siblings and doesn’t wake at midnight to make some noise like what the other cats do. He loves to rest next to his brothers, despite napping all day long. In return, the Shibas respect Kiki’s times for naps as well.
The siblings help each other become their better selves. While Kiki shows them how to become loyal, the Shibas help Kiki become approachable and kind. And even the society pinned cats and dogs’ relationships as troublesome, they prove that it is still possible for them to become best friends.
Source: Images from saki.ibuki.hazuki via Instagram.