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WRITTEN BY XENA
Have you ever thought about it, or perhaps witnessed the friendship between a cat and a dog? I know, many of you will immediately say that friendship between a priori "sworn enemies" is impossible. I would probably think so to myself that my experience with these wonderful creatures does not say otherwise.
Once upon a time, I had a beautiful cat named Micy, when the dog Medo moved into the neighborhood. It was a small puppy, just a puppy of about 3 months, unlike my teenage cat. Right at the beginning, Micy showed who is the boss and who rules the “disputed” territory, and that everyone must listen to her. She set very authoritatively against little Medo. As soon as he approached her, in a mood probably for play, he would get one educational paw on his snout. Every time his owners would bring food to his cottage, my Micy would chase him out of the cottage and she would eat first. He would have to stand outside and wait, and what was left he would eat.
But in spite of everything, they were actually friends, they would play all day, run through the blossoming gardens and chase other people's cats together - unwanted intruders from the neighborhood. One day, someone left the backyard door open and the puppy Medo rushed out into the road like a fury and ended up under the wheels of a speeding car. There was no salvation for him, the poor dog ended tragically. My Micy searched for him for days around the cottage, around the yard, the blossoming gardens, and orchards. And she was sad, so sad that she fell into depression, and only a few months after the tragic event, she died of grief. There was no longer her Medo, with whom she played so cheerfully and wholeheartedly and whom she loved so much, that in the end, she died because of him. It was a friendship that no one could break.
I believe that even now they are friends in a better and more beautiful place, that they run together through the heavenly fields and meadows, and that they watch us from above and protect us.
"We take care of our pets as for ourselves"