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Cat and Dog Friends?

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Old February 25th 08, 02:25 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Default Cat and Dog Friends?

Have a Black Lab/Blue Heeler cross 2 years old and a cat 9 years old. The
cat rules the domain. He hisses and swats at the dog whenever she gets to
close. She doesn't "attack" just snarls and swats...not actually making
contact with the dog but the dog will not anywhere if the cat is blocking
her path. At other times they touch noses and all is well...even sleeping
together at times. What is going on here? I leave them alone while I am at
work and wonder how things go while I am gone. The dog isn't bleeding and
the cat is still in one piece so I assume they have worked out an


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