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Rescue Pit Bull Thinks He’s A Cat, And Even Climbs On Top Of The Fridge


 Meet Mako the dog … the dog who is really a feline… . A dog feline maybe. 

What is a dog feline you inquire? All things considered, Quite just a dog feline is a dog that believes it's a feline, and albeit an amazingly bizarre marvel; Beth and Sam Castiller are certain that they holding one of these uncommon monsters under their very rooftop.

Mako copies his cat siblings at every opportunity


We know, we know you’re a little skeptical and so were we! But if there was ever a pair who could spot a dog who mistook itself for a feline, it would be these two ladies.

“The cats get up on the cabinets. Once he saw them doing that, immediately he was up there anytime they’re there.”


So how did Beth and Sam become the pleased proprietors of a dog feline? 

Indeed, regardless of whether you put it down to destiny/predetermination or karma it sure wasn't purposeful. Including another puss (of any sort) to blend was never on the cards for the Castillers' who began the quest for the most up to date individual from their family at a neighborhood cover in the wake of choosing their house needed some dog vitality. 

They obviously had the commonplace reservations at the same time. Would the canine like the felines? Would the felines like the dog? could this truly work? in any case, every one of their feelings of dread and questions scattered when they stared at two-year-old pitbull, Mako.

Speaking to Bored Panda about the moment they found Mako Beth said;

“When we went to the pet shelter, Mako had looked over his shoulder and gave us direct eye contact and we just fell in love with the little guy” “At the time, he looked like a bobblehead because his head was so much larger than his body, we just thought he was adorable.”


So after enquiring with the shelter about Mako’s temperance with cats, they took him home with them and devised a plan to ensure an easy transition for Mako and all their kitties.

“We initially kept the cats in a separate part of the house because we wanted to slowly introduce them to the new dog,” Bethany told Bored Panda.

But they soon realised that Mako was not your typical Pitbull or typical dog in fact.

For one he never barked… ever. He always showed a strong preference for cats toys over his own but, it was until they introduced Mako to the cats that they truly saw how eerily feline-like he was.

Mako began to follow the cats wherever they went and will often be found perching on a counter or a fridge or a window just like he’s new siblings, he even spends his time watching birds out the window, right by their sides.


Fortunately, Mako’s strange behaviour didn’t seem to bother any of the four-legged portion of the Castiller family who welcomed the pup with open arms.

Good for you Mako!

Even though it means not leaving food out on the counters, Mako’s family wouldn’t trade him for any dog-like dog in the world.

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