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Little Dog Refuses To Leave Kitten Side Unless They’re Rescued Together

Some people believe that dogs and cats cannot be best mates, but Morticia and Gomez managed to persuade a whole stadium of people otherwise in just one day...

A Good Samaritan found a little dog and a little black kitten huddled together between two portable toilets earlier this week. They found the couple at Hampton Soccer Park in Hampton, Virginia. The pets were squeezing themselves between two portable toilets. In the cramped quarters, a tiny Chihuahua bravely guarded a young black kitten.

The animal lover had no idea where the two had come from or whether they had been left there. Whatever the case, they knew they had to assist the duo!

They made a post on Nextdoor, a nearby private social network. The post eventually made its way into the Facebook animal page, Lost & Found Pets of Hampton Roads, VA, in the hopes of finding owners of the two simply Angela Davis Ward and her daughter hurried to the site when they saw the message.The dog would bark and growl if they tried to touch the kitten, protecting it at all costs.

The pup had learned they were not in danger by the time A.C. arrived, and officers were able to capture the dog without using a catch pole. It's always a better sign if you can get close enough to the animal to scratch it. The kitten seemed to have skin problems, so both were taken to the vet for a thorough examination.

Since they were a dog/cat bonded pair, there was no chance they'd be housed together at Animal Control. They are therefore unable to compel animals to be adopted in groups.

The 2-year-old Chihuahua and 10-month-old kitten seemed to be or stray animals that find solace in each other. Turkan Ertugrul, the shelter's owner, had seen the original tweet. She'd been tossing and turning all night, hoping for news on the couple.

As soon as she learned the two were unclaimed, she rushed them into the rescue's foster care. This way, they could demand that the bonded pair be adopted TOGETHER into their fur-ever home!