The pet would rush in from outside, where the control machine was reading 95 degrees, and plop down right on top of the a/c air vent.
Cats and pets are considered natural enemies, but I have often had both pets and cats at the same time with no problems. I no longer have a cat; I do have a pet I rescued last year, and I will divulge that this pet, Frannie, does not enjoy cats at all. I am sure he would just as soon kill a dog as look at it. The vet calls it “prey drive.” Anyway, in the past, that was not the case. The pet and dog I had before were pretty good friends, I thought. The only time I ever saw them do anything even slightly mean to each other was while in the heat waves of Summer or the bitter chilly of the coldest afternoons of winterâ€¦ You may have guessed it; they used to get into scraps over the heating and cooling! It was so funny to watch occasionally. The pet would rush in from outside, where the control machine was reading 95 degrees, and plop down right on top of the a/c air vent. Yep, the pet was an a/c hog! Anyway, the dog would come in, see the pet was enjoying the air conditioning, and want it for herself, however mind yo9u, there are a/c vents in every room, but he wanted the a single the pet had, of course. She would set about to trick the pet by going over to the food bowls. She would make the eating noises he usually made when he got fed, and of course, the pet would run over to get fed, too. The dog would zip over and take control of the a/c vent for herself! The dog had street smarts and a/c smarts.