Particularly her younger sibling Percy, Willow cherishes her family. Willow aspires to take Percy’s path in life. She cuddles up to him on the couch, follows him while he looks out the window, and even goes wall climbing with him.
Willow thinks she and Percy are the same person. Willow is oblivious that Percy is a tiny cat and that she is a cute, huge pit bull.
According to Willow and Percy’s mother, Socorro Jaramillo, “They would run around the house together and [Percy] would sit on the small cat tree to be her height.” Eventually, Willow tried to join him in getting up.
At first, Jaramillo had his reservations about Willow’s desire to soar. But as time went on, she came to terms with her dog’s peculiarities. In fact, Jaramillo loves how friendly Willow is and how well-behaved her animals are.
Jaramillo stepped in to help Willow in January 2020 when she was just a few weeks old. Willow quickly grew close to her new siblings. In addition to Percy, there was also a Chihuahua named Spike who was 9 years old, an older cat named Klaus, and a cat.
Willow quickly began imitating the behavior of her younger siblings.
“We started noticing Willow replicating Klaus and Spike’s habits after approximately a week of living together full-time,” Jaramillo recalled. Since they are both little, they were able to clamber onto the couch and then leap up to the window nook. After some practice, Willow was able to leap up and down by herself with no trouble. The first few times she jumреd up to be with her boys, it was a struggle, and we would have to help her down.
Willow is renowned for her inquisitive nature and friendly demeanor. Everyone she encounters is loved by her just as much as her siblings.
Jaramillo referred to her as “a huge infant.” She almost constantly has to be laying on us and follows us around the home wherever we go. She has an unwavering wiggle butt anytime she meets a new person since she adores people with her entire being.
Willow is happiest when she is with her family. The dedicated puppy shows that in terms of friendship, differences in size and species are irrelevant.
Source: The Dodo