Did you ever think there was more to life than being really good looking? Yeah, neither did we. If there’s one segment of our society that knows it best, it’s muscle ripped models. I mean, look at those poses! Giving a little lip bite; doing a little stretch; standing in the pouring rain… there isn’t a single place these dudes can’t look good. But, it’s come to our attention that they’ve got competition – and it wouldn’t be the internet if it wasn’t from cats!
Check out these poses perfectly matched by these furry, purry models.
Just because you have a dog, it doesn’t mean you can’t bring home a new kitten. Dogs and cats can become best friends, but if you decide to bring home a new kitten, take things slow. Introduce your new kitten to your dog with caution
You don’t want to stress out the kitten more than necessary, so put your kitten in a safe room away from your dog with a bowl of food and water, a litter box and something that smells like your dog. Outside of the room, place the carrier that you brought the kitten home in. You want them to get used to the smell of each other for a day or so before you introduce them.
Once the initial excitement has worn off and both animals appear more relaxed, prepare a supervised visit. Exercise your dog so that he’s tired, and gather another person so there is one person to supervise each animal. Don’t have high expectations; the first visit may not be as smooth as you want, but even if everything goes smoothly, maintain the safe room for your new kitten and keep daily supervised visits. Over the next few weeks, the two will become more comfortable together, and you can start reducing the time the kitten spends in the safe room.