A few years back, a kitten was brought to a family with ferrets. At first, the foster parents were afraid to introduce the two different species, because they didn’t know how they would react to each other. The kitty was shy around people and wouldn’t even cuddle with them when they were around, so how would it react to the ferrets?
Finally, he got introduced to the Ferrets. At first, he was afraid of them and didn’t even get near them — he didn’t eat with them nor did he sleep with them. Those ferrets would play in front of him even inviting him to play but the kitty would just stare at them and play on his own.
Even if they didn’t play or sleep together, the little kitty still followed them around whenever they were going.
With time, the little kitty’s curiosity got the best of him and he got a lot more comfortable with the ferrets.
The owner was happy with how the two species started to get along and made their bed big for them to share a space at night and during a nap in the day.
The animals grew up together, creating a strong bond that made them inseparable.
They played together and even cuddled all the time they got tired after a game and at night. Little kitty made them his best friends.