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    "Look mum, not scared anymore "
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    Hugo (cat) is not overly impressed that he has to share he's couch with Boss :P

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    Awww!

    I love seeing dogs and cats interact. Our cat will try to catch the dog's tail when it's wagging. Which makes me laugh. Which makes the tail wag even faster. Great fun! And the cat will also invite the dog to chase her occasionally. Sometimes she will also just attack the dog's feet for no apparent reason. The dog gets her revenge by occasionally just holding the cat's neck or threatening to jump on top of her until she runs away. And at night they will sometimes curl up together. They just feel so comfortable with eachother.

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    Yay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tam View Post
    Hey guys,
    I have a new Rottweiler baby & he is terrified of my cats. They haven't hurt him, they just ignore him but if one is standing in a door way or approaches him he will start whimpering with his tail between his legs. He's already bigger than all 3 of my cats.
    Is this something he will get over after time or are there any ways i can help him overcome his fear?


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    "Look mum, not scared anymore "
    boss.jpg
    Hugo (cat) is not overly impressed that he has to share he's couch with Boss :P
    Wow, great team effort Tam & Boss! I just have to say for the umpteenth time, Boss is sooooooo gosh darn gorgeous!!!!!

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    Awwwwwww, an adorable picture.
    Pets are forever

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    Thanks everyone I have another cat that he isn't scared of any more either. They play together now & he has coped a few scratches for being too rough but he's getting the idea.

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