Ted who is a seven-year-old cockapoo and three-year-old black and white cat Stovie are best pals.
Their owner Tracey Goodall, 54 shares the heart-melting moments of the two.
Watch their friendship story below!
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Tracey is a support worker and lives with her partner Kim, 54. She adopted Ted when he was just 18 months old. Two years ago Tracey took home cat Stovie.
She was skeptical the two might not go well with each other but surprisingly, Ted and Stovie spent so much time with each other and have become best of friends.
Tracey said: “Our friends and family love them to bits too and they’re always looking for more videos and pics of them. Stovie and Ted are completely inseparable – they genuinely think they are brother and sister.”
“They are both just part of the family now. Stovie and Ted are basically attached at the hip, doing everything together.
“When Ted goes out with us for a walk, Stovie usually follows, but if it’s too far she will hide somewhere and jump out on him on the way back.”
Last year, Stovie had to be on cage-rest for six weeks as she had broken three bones in her foot.
Tracey said: “Ted really missed her as kept going over to the cage and Stovie would stick her good paw out the cage and touch his. It was very sweet, but a bit sad at the same time to see them separated like that.”
Two years ago, Stovie gave birth to litters and Ted took care of them by sharing their bed and comforting them.
“Ted was so good with them that we called him dad! Whenever she left them, he was right in there with them,” Tracey said.
“When they started to try and climb out of their box he would nudge them back in with his nose. Ted is very protective of Stovie.”
“A friend’s dog tried to chase her and he intercepted, growling at the dog. But if me and Kim are playing with Stovie and she tries to bite us, he will put her back in her place.
“They’re very cute together.”
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