My 2 are strictly indoor too, both rescues. Abandoned as kittens, one found in a dumpster. They're not littermates but they were raised together and absolutely adore each other.Our cats are kept inside, and they are great companions. Dogs and cats are good people.
We once had a female that was marked like your cat on the right. She didn’t meow in the usual way. She squeaked. Her name was Squeaker.
that explains why he played with your dog. There was no way my Doberman was going to play with strange dogs at the park when I had him ... EVER. It took over 3 months of weekly sessions just to get him to not try to kill every other dog at training. And even then it was only as long as they stayed more then 5 meters from him. Only then could I start with sit, stay etc.Yes, still has its milk teeth, can’t prick up its ears and doesn’t bark yet.
Did they mate and make puppies?