Sometimes pets can form bonds with other pets that their owners are not even aware of. For Aida and Cashew, the bond is a team of two dogs that move between Aida’s family and Cashew.
Now Aida believes that she should be involved in all the family activities of the neighbor’s nursery, including bathing the neighbor’s children!
Australian Nicole Akhurst was immediately surprised to see the connection between her puppy Aida and neighbor dog Cashew after she adopted a Staffordshire bull. They wanted to be together practically day and night.
This pleased Aida’s parents, and they, along with their neighbors, decided to make a dog gate between their house so that they could meet Aida and Cashew whenever they wanted.
Aida and Cashew are almost always together, and if not in one house, then in another house. “Aida is very friendly and full of love. He just loves everyone, especially the kids in our neighborhood,” Akhurst told The Dodo.
One night, when Aida disappeared, the hosts were not surprised. They just assumed he went to visit Cashew and his family, but the truth seemed a little wild.
“Our neighbors sent us a Facebook message with Aeida sitting in their bathtub. We believe that was the first time she had done it,” said Aeida’s owners.
Apparently, Aeida snuck over to the other family’s home to get involved in the children’s bath-time routine. Her owners were beside themselves when they found out because Aeida actually hates bath time at their house!
But when they saw how much Aeida was enjoying bath time in the other home, they assumed it was simply her choice to get involved. Now, it’s even clearer that Aeida chose to join her neighbor family for the children’s bath. She goes next door almost every night to participate!
Although Aida is unhappy with her family life, she finds it important to be involved in all aspects of family life. After all, because She and Keishu have such a strong bond, the two families almost share their dog at this point.
“I’m sure our neighbors like it when he comes to us, just like we like it when cashews come… They are both considered wonderful members of our family,” Aida’s owners said.