Huge Dog Raised By Cats Thinks She’s A Cat, Too!

Willow adores her family, especially Percy, her younger sibling. Willow aspires to follow in Percy’s footsteps. She snuggles with him on the couch, follows him as he stares out the window, and even climbs the walls with him.

Willow believes that she and Percy are one and the same. Willow is unaware that she is an adorable enormous pit bull and that Percy is a little kitty.

“They would run around the house together and [Percy] would sit on the small cat tree to be her height,” Willow and Percy’s mom, Socorro Jaramillo, told The Dodo. “Eventually, [Willow] started trying to get up with him.”

Jaramillo initially had his doubts about Willow’s intent on ascending. But as time has passed, she has accepted the eccentricities of her dog. In fact, Jaramillo appreciates how well-behaved her animals are and how affectionate Willow is.

In January 2020, when Willow was just a few weeks old, Jaramillo came to her aid. Willow soon got to know her new siblings. Of course, there was Percy, as well as an older cat named Klaus, and a Chihuahua named Spike who was 9 years old.

It didn’t take Willow long to start emulating the actions of her younger siblings.

Jaramillo share: After about a week of living together full-time, we started noticing Willow copying Klaus and Spike’s habits. Since they’re both small, they could climb up on the couch and were able to jump up to the window nook from there. The first few times [Willow] jumped up to be with her brothers were a struggle, and we’d have to help her down, but after some practice, she was up and down by herself with no problem.

Willow is known for her curiosity and her affable attitude. Her love for her siblings extends to anyone she meets.

Jaramillo said: I consider her to be a giant baby, She follows us everywhere we go in the house and almost always has to be laying on us. She loves humans with her entire being and has a constant wiggle butt whenever she meets a new person.

Willow is happiest anywhere her family is. The loyal pup proves that when it comes to friendship, size and species don’t matter.