Internet in Love With Cat and Beagle Siblings Going Everywhere Together

An adorable video montage showcasing the blossoming friendship between a gray kitten and a beagle has gone viral on Instagram, amassing 5.9 million views in less than one week.

The heartwarming clips highlight the inseparable bond between Megan Cottone’s pets, beginning with the kitten called Chlea meowing to join Chloe, the beagle, on walks and culminating in scenes of them snuggling in the back of a car and relaxing together on the couch after their adventures.

The video shared to @thebeagleandthebun, features text overlay that reads: “Ever since we bought my cat home, she’s always yelled to come with us, everywhere we go.” This charming narrative is complemented by footage showing the kitten, now fully grown, and the beagle, now sporting some grays, continuing their walks together in the Pacific Northwest region, demonstrating their enduring companionship.

The post has garnered almost 700,000 likes and over 2,000 comments, reflecting the widespread appeal and emotional resonance of the content.

One user said: “I regret to inform you that that she doesn’t care about going anywhere with you. She’s there for the dog.”

“Are they were holding paws in the car? I’m done!” said another, while a third commenter proposed a media idea: “This should be a Disney movie.”

Other videos on the profile demonstrate the pets loving relationship as they snuggle and sleep together.

Cat and beagle

A stock image of a cat resting its head under a beagles chin. The internet is obsessed with the bond between a cat and dog. KOBKIK/ISTOCK/GETTY IMAGES PLUS


Training a Cat to Walk on a Leash

For pet owners inspired by this viral duo to train their cats to walk on a leash, there are a few essential tips to keep in mind. According to Purina, the pet food company, training a cat to walk on a leash requires patience and a gradual approach. Here are some steps to follow:

  1. Choose the Right Equipment: Ensure you have a well-fitting harness and a lightweight leash designed for cats.
  2. Get Your Cat Used to the Harness: Let your cat wear the harness indoors without the leash for short periods. Gradually increase the time as your cat becomes comfortable.
  3. Attach the Leash Indoors: Allow your cat to drag the leash around the house under supervision. This helps them get used to the feel of it.
  4. Practice Walking Indoors: Gently pick up the leash and follow your cat around indoors, allowing them to lead. Reward them with treats and praise.
  5. Take it Outside: Once your cat is comfortable indoors, start with short, calm outdoor sessions in a safe area. Gradually increase the length and complexity of your outdoor walks.

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