Being an only child has its advantages and disadvantages. One of its perks is you get to have things to yourself without a need to share. One of its cons is you can feel lonely and have nobody to play with. That was the case with Raven, a Tamaskan Husky. When she was a puppy, she felt lonely whenever she was left at home.
Raven wanted to have someone she can run and play with all the time.
So, Raven’s mom, Christina, thought it was a good idea to bring Raven to a shelter to pick her own friend to bring home. Christina always had a lifegoal of seeing a dog and cat grow old together. So she brought Raven to a shelter where she can pick a cat best friend.
Raven got to meet four adorable kittens at her first visit to the shelter.
They were each brought to Raven in a room and observed how they would act with each other. As soon and a small kitten named Woodhouse was brought into the room Raven was in, it was clear to see that they would be the best of friends.
Even Christina noticed the flicker of love that would grow between the Raven and Woodhouse. And just like that, Woodhouse was brought home. As each day passed, Raven and Woodhouse’s bond grows stronger. Raven and Woodhouse were cute and fluffy, and they loved snuggling together. They especially enjoy their playtime, running around the house. They do everything together, from celebrating their special days to traveling and sleeping beside each other.
Now, Raven and Woodhouse are not as clingy as they were when they were younger, but they are still pretty much inseparable as they were before. The love between these two siblings is something no one can take away from them. Getting to meet and be with each other as they grow older is probably one of the biggest blessings they could have wished for.
Raven is not lonely anymore; she now has a sister she can rely on. Though, having to share some of her thing things with Woodhouse, Raven doesn’t mind it. As long as she will always have her best friend with her, Raven is satisfied.
Credits to Raven and Woodhouse