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Playful Dachshund meets strict cat: No means No!

Playful Dachshund meets strict cat: No means No!


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"I want to play!", Dachshund Alistair signals to the cat Maud with his paw. "But not me!", She seems to think and proves impressively that "no" really means "no" for her.

Dogs and cats don't speak the same language? No problem for this calm loving cat. To put the scratched-up dachshund in its place, she simply uses a universal language that no one can possibly misunderstand. Fortunately, this is not the rule in the funny shared flat: Usually the two of them like to play with each other, but sometimes Maud is just not in the mood, as the text below the video says.

Dog and cat are friends for life



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