Joule, a Vizsla dog, has been experiencing less separation anxiety ever since her friend Kelvin, a ginger cat, started comforting her. Her parents used to call Joule a “hot mess.”
Kelvin and Joule got along pretty well, and they were always in the same room together. Their parents didn’t realize how much time they spent together until they watched the footage on the hidden cameras they put up.
After their parents left for work, Joule and Kelvin always did the same thing. Joule jumps up on the couch, and Kelvin follows her. He will start rubbing himself on Joule and smooshing his face against hers.
They were blown away by how affectionate Kelvin and Joule were with each other. It was unexpected, and it made them really happy. Joule always jumped up first, and Kelvin was never far behind.
When they were together, it took time for them to find the perfect position, then they would fall asleep and stay there for hours. Kelvin will even massage her, doing those biscuits.
Joule and Kelvin can spend a week on a particular spot, and when the mood takes them, they will try another area of the house. Their parents noticed that Joule was getting more used to them being away.
Whenever they arrived home, Joule would get up from her spot and greet them by the door. On weekends, Joule and Kelvin can be found cuddling on the couch right where the sun hits it.