This cat is tired of her hyperactive dog fiend. What she does to stop his annoying behavior is ADORABLE!!!

Please, meet Penny (the Dachshund) and Liz Lemon (the cat). These two have a very warm and cute friendship. They even have their own channel on Youtube. Penny was adopted in October of 2010 and Liz Lemon was adopted later, in March 2012. These two best friends are different in every way. The dog is always very lively and hyper, while the cat is very relaxed and mellow. Maybe that’s the key to their successful relationship, – they complete each other. Plus, we all know that opposites attract. I don’t think I will be able to wipe the smile off my face after watching this beautiful video. I hope you will enjoy it as much. Don’t forget to share the video with your friends and family, it just might make their day.


And that’s how the cat wins the battle with hyperactivity. Contrary to a popular belief, cats and dogs can get along very well. With proper training and attention from their owner, they can develop a great relationship, like these two have. It is all about love and a positive approach. Dachshunds are very lovable, playful companions, and an ideal pet for many homes, including those with children and other pets. They require moderate exercise, and can adapt to most living environments. These dogs were first bred in the early 1600s in Germany. The “Dachshund” means “badger dog” in German. The goal for breading these dogs was to create them fearless, elongated so that they could dig the earth and get into rabbit holes, also fight badgers. Dachshunds have a keen sense of smell, for centuries they have been used for hunting. These dogs were kept as royal pets by Queen Victoria, whose favorite dog, called Boy, was immortalized in a bronze statue at Windsor Castle. The constant companion of Pablo Picasso was also a Dachshund called Lump, we can see him in “The Pianist” painting.

Sources:

http://www.akc.org/breeds/dachshund/index.cfm

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