Dogs and cats meeting babies for the first time [VIDEO]
These family pets meeting babies for the first time are so (slobbery) sweet!
(Youtube)
Introducing a new baby to your family pets  is an experience full of mixed emotions. You may be worried that your dog or cat will be overloaded with envy or depressed that your attention is now divided. If you have a big dog, you might be concerned that a little baby is too vulnerable to be around a heavy, somewhat clumsy hound. You may become hyper-aware that your cat likes to pat at toys with clawed paws and there’s a chance that your baby may be seen as a giant ball of wool…

No babies (or cats and dogs) were harmed in the filming of this video!

This compilation video may help to put your mind at ease. It shows lots of new babies meeting the household furbabies. As far as we can see, there is plenty of sniffing, loads of slobbering and licking but no bumping, clawing or biting!

Do we hear an AWWWWW, NOONOOOOOS?

Take a look and see if you agree:

Cats and dogs meeting baby for the first time via YouTube/Tiger Productions




If you’d like to read more about how to prepare for a momentous occasion like this, why not check out some of our tips for parents:

7 tips for when cat meets baby

11 tips for when dog meets baby

What tips do you have for new parents introducing their baby to the family pets?

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