Many times, I have taken my cat, Gabriel, out for a walk on a leash. I did this when I was training him to be more comfortable with the outside. He now goes outside by himself. When I took him out on a leash the experience was not the same as taking a dog for a walk. He stopped all the time. It’s all but impossible to take a cat for a walk on a leash like a dog unless you’ve trained the cat to do so, which is exactly what has happened to Rosie, who in the video is five-months-of-age, and as you can see is part of this small pack of Husky dogs.
She walks along with her dog companions in a very similar way and for me it is nice to see because it means the caretaker of these cats and dogs can go out for a walk and make it work. It becomes viable and workable and I think it looks wonderful. Some people may dislike this, however.
Three Siberian Huskies, Lilo, Infinity and Miko, raised Rosie. Now they do everything together. Rosie is a member of the group. I don’t know whether she sees herself as a dog or a cat. It is just that she gets on so well with the Huskies. This is unsurprising because, as mentioned, she was raised by dogs.
Lilo, is the leader of the pack. She was a surrogate mother to Rosie who was found as a three-week old malnourished, highly vulnerable, and sick kitten. Lilo looked after and a lot of credit has to be given to this dog for saving Rosie’s life. The owners are: Thoa Bui and her sisters Thi and Tram Bui.
Source: ABC News