French Bulldog Desperately Tries To Play With An Unamused Cat

Cats are often seen as snooty. They will usually act like they’re above everything. I grew up with cats and I absolutely love the animals, but yes, they are quite “over it” in their mannerisms. This aloof attitude is quite entertaining when you add a dog into the mix.

Dogs are by nature quite silly. They are always down to play and have a good time. But what happens when they want to play with a cat? One video showed exactly what happened.

In an adorable video, a little French Bulldog puppy named Pixel is full of energy. He really wants to play and tries his best to enlist his feline friend to join him. Czika the cat is not impressed. Pixel even attempts to share his favorite toy with her, but the cat still refuses. In the video, she just sits there and judges the little pup. Classic cat behavior.

Watch these two in the video below:

How many of you have both cats and dogs under the same roof? Do you witness the same behaviors as these two? Let us know!

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