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Interspecies friendships never fail to both perplex us and warm our hearts at the same time. Animals all use their own language to communicate, but somehow, members of the animal kingdom are able to overcome their differences and find their besties. We don’t know how they manage to make friends in spite of being so different from one another, but we sure love it when they do, because it pretty much means that adorable and photo-worthy moments are guaranteed. For example, the orange kitty in these photos is visited by their deer friend every morning. We’ve proven time and time again that cats and dogs are, in fact, capable of being great friends, but this? This friendship really is something special.

You might be thinking, “Really?” Us, too. But surprise, this isn’t the first documented deer/cat friendship on record. 

deer visits cat

“Kiss me, you fool.”

deer visits cat

“It’s a lot of fur to groom, but if I don’t do it, I know you won’t.”
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“Hugs! You know I love ya.”deer visits cat

 

 

Strange? Yes. Cute? Also yes. But while we’re busy squeeing over the adorableness that is a friendship between a cat and a deer, there’s also a lesson to take away.  Plus – we promise there are many more super-cute animal friendships, like this puppy and this magpie. It’s almost too sweet to be real. Just saying, maybe we humans could learn a little something about loving each other for our differences from these two — and all interspecies friendships.

For more heartwarming animal friendships, check out:

All image source: Imgur

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One comment on “This Cat Gets Visited by Deer Friend Every Morning… Watch the Cuteness Proceed (PHOTOS)”

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Sandrakay Little
1 Years Ago

Adorable


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Muriel Servaege
1 Years Ago

Adorable!


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Ëlena Sálisbury
1 Years Ago

Awwwwwh! Emerald Greer Kirstie Davidson


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Emerald Greer
19 Sep 2016

Last photo is just the cutest!!! Could cry lol! They need a video ????

Kelly Thomas
1 Years Ago

I keep getting that your website is offline.


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Lisa Winters
1 Years Ago

My cat does not like deer & retreats to the house when they are in the yard. I think he suspects they might be dogs or coyotes of some sort.


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Zandria Markus
1 Years Ago

The interaction is sweet. Deer have the misfortune of often being a food source for ticks, who can carry the bacteria for Lyme disease (among other diseases) after feeding on them. Black legged deer ticks, often found in and around a deer's ears, are therefore, particularly dangerous. I would be checking the kitty for ticks every morning after being visited by their deer friend, so they don't come down with one of the host of tick-borne illnesses those horrid arachnids carry. Not only is it a risk for kitty, kitty could bring them in and this could be a danger for their human(s), as well.


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Zandria Markus
18 Sep 2016

Also important to note that permethrin, an insecticide used to kill arachnids like ticks (often the perimeter of properties are treated with this), is toxic to cats and can cause horrible seizures for them if they come into contact with it. It's found in flea and tick treatments for dogs, where often cats end up getting poisoned through. Take care when choosing your tick repellents if you have cats.

Marlene Means-Hunt
19 Sep 2016

Excellent info! ?

Melissa Bird
1 Years Ago

Dori Dace Durand Dace


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Dori Dace
18 Sep 2016

Oh my gosh!!!

Stacy Bennett
1 Years Ago

Hilary


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Brad Benec
1 Years Ago

Hello deer


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Stacy Ledbetter
1 Years Ago

Matt Krieger


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