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Looking Like A Husky, Behaving Like A Cat

Stories about how a cat wanted to be a lion or a chihuahua dreamed of being a wolf, might sound familiar. But, what about the other way around? Say, a husky wanting to be a cat or behaving like one? Well, not very common but quite possible.

Let us present to you Tally, who is a husky, but not really. She was raised with cats, which might have affected her behavior. We all know how our surroundings have a great impact on our persona and influence our behavior, therefore, no wonder this husky has started to believe she is a cat herself.

Isn’t she?

She was adopted when she was only 2 years old and was raised with cats by her previous owners. When talking about her cat-like behavior, Tally’s owner explains:

She’d piss on our floors if we ever did something wrong as well. She also had a knack for finding the best worst places to do it (i. e. carpets, rugs, etc.). She also sat like a cat, with her arms and legs tucked under herself.

But, that’s not all. She also likes getting insides boxes and sitting there, just like cats. Weird, but cute, but weird.

Knock, knock, who’s there?

Tally likes to lie near the window, observe people, and silently judge all day long. Oh, Tally!

Not a day passes without her getting into trouble…

Getting into trouble… again. Cat-like tendencies and general adorableness – check!

You might think this position says “Pet my belly”. Not really! If you do that, she will only stare at you and sigh a lot until you stop.

To finish it all, here’s a picture when she was just a puppy. Maybe, here’s when she realized she wanted to be a cat. Who knows?

All that’s left to say is, Tally, do whatever you feel like doing and be whoever you feel like being

To define, is to limit

Oscar Wilde

After all.