When it comes time to have “the talk,” most couples interested in starting a families will discuss how many kids they want to have. One? Two? Ten? No matter what the decision is, it’s an important discussion.
Christina and her fiancé, Vincent, of Odessa, Texas, always knew their ideal family would involve two little ones—a kitten and a puppy—who could grow up together. Because every family starts somewhere, step one was complete the day they found a Tamaskan puppy named Raven.
Yet, she still needed a friend! So the couple headed to the shelter so Raven could pick out her new sibling. And boy, were they surprised!
When it comes time for couples to begin considering starting a family, they will often have “the talk” beforehand. You know how it goes. When? How many? Can we afford to have kids? It’s a decision that will affect them for the rest their lives, so planning is essential!
An Odessa, Texas, woman named Christina and her fiancé, Vincent, both always understood that their ideal family would involve having two little ones—a kitten and a puppy—who could grow up together and keep each other company.
So, the first thing Christina and Vincent did was adopt an adorable Tamaskan puppy they named Raven. As happy as they were, though, they knew in their hearts that in order to have the family they always wanted, they’d have to find her a sibling…
So, with Raven in tow, Christina and Vincent headed back to the very shelter where they’d adopted their new beloved pup. “I had always wanted a dog and a cat to grow up together. It’s been like a life goal,” Christina said in an interview.
After introducing her to a few kittens, the shelter workers brought out one last little guy. Immediately, the connection was apparent. By end of day, papers were signed, and the family had welcomed Woodhouse the kitten into their house!
“I wanted them to be able to get along well. [I wanted] her to actually meet the cat and have the cat get along with the dog as well,” Christina said.
Christina couldn’t believe how quickly her new furry children were getting along. “At one point Raven grabbed one of her peanut butter rawhides and held it for Woodhouse to lick,” Christina said proudly. “It was an instant bond!”
Furthermore, it was as if Raven and Woodhouse were incapable of growing tired of one another. They snuggled in the morning, hung out at the park during the day, and cuddled before bedtime. Clearly, Christina and Vincent had made a wonderful decision in adopting these two!
Even though Raven was the bigger, more dominant sibling, she didn’t mind letting little Woodhouse boss her around when it came to playtime. The pair seemingly underwent a total role reversal, wherein Woodhouse became the “alpha dog,” so to speak!
No matter how you look at it, one thing was clear: Woodhouse and Raven made for a great pair. Despite their obvious differences, they got along swimmingly, and it seemed like Christina and Vincent loved that about them the most!
Woodhouse and Raven were totally inseparable—and it was the cutest thing ever. See the way they hang out like it’s meant to be? That’s exactly what Vincent and Christina were obviously hoping for when they decided to start a family in the first place…
Clearly meant to be siblings, Raven and Woodhouse are the perfect pair. There’s no rivalry here; they’re just best friends!
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