Puppy, Kitten, And Baby Cuddle Together For Naptime

Families aren’t defined by blood alone – oftentimes family is who is there for you through thick and thin. And that is why we all are willing to refer to our pets as family because even though they’re animals, they are always there for us when we need them most. 

And one adorable little 6-week-old baby named Elsarose, was definitely a lucky little girl to have some furry family members who were ready to prove their love and loyalty. A Ragdoll kitten named Pebbles, and an 8-month-old Labrador named Nelda, were more than happy to have a new baby sister. 

In the most precious video ever, you see the trio already making up a very happy family. Little Elsarose was on the couch beside Nelda, who was taking a nap with the little baby. Surveying the entire scene from atop the Labrador’s side, was Pebbles. The kitten sat wide-eyed on top of the dog and looked down, watching as the little baby cooed.

It was clear from the footage that the dog and kitten were already enthralled having a human sibling of their own. And from the looks of it, the little baby herself was intrigued by these new companions. No doubt as she grows up, she’ll come to truly love them as there is no better friend or family member, than your pets.

Watch the adorable interactions below: 

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