Every Single Day Her Dog Stared Out The Window But Why Did He Suddenly Stop One Day?

“The Dog’s Dilemma” How does it sound?

Every day, three times a day, Kacy’s dog stared out the window at the same place: the neighbor’s living room across the street. Owner Kacy initially thought that he just wanted to go for a walk. But when the neighbor did something special after a year, the dog started to behave even stranger …

Kacy knew that life could be boring for a dog when its owner was busy. But she also knew that dogs love to sit by the window. Her dog was fine and had no concerning symptoms. He ate well, and Kacy made sure to pay enough attention to him. Every day, she hugged him and spoke lovingly to her four-legged friend.

Over the months, she tried to find out what her dog had an eye for. At first, she didn’t think too much about it. Dogs sometimes just like to stare at things. Maybe he was looking at another dog or the passing traffic. Maybe he just wanted to go outside.

When she looked more closely, she saw that he was not staring at any of these things …

Part 2

She saw her dog staring at something in particular. The dog didn’t look around, but his attention was focused on one point. So, it wasn’t the traffic that interested her dog. What was it? A person? An object? What could keep her dog’s attention for so long? Kacy decided to take a day off to uncover the mystery.

Then she discovered something remarkable …

Part 3 

As she watched TV, she noticed that her dog was staring out the window at the neighbor’s house again. Now she realized something remarkable. The neighbor’s cat seemed to be looking back at her dog. However, they only had eye contact for a few minutes. She couldn’t understand why her dog was at the window for two more hours.

But then she discovered something …

Part 4 

When she looked again, she saw that the neighbor’s cat had rolled into a ball and fallen asleep. She didn’t understand why her dog could be so obsessed with this cat; she knew from experience that he wasn’t a cat lover. But this belief was put to the test by something special …

Part 5 

It was clear to Kacy that her dog was watching the neighbor’s cat. She wondered if the cat was paying the same attention to her dog. So, she decided to take a closer look. Sure enough, the cat was also staring at the dog. When she asked the neighbor about it, she received a special answer …

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The neighbor had also noticed the behavior of his cat sitting on the window and said that it often sat at the window for hours. The two pet owners couldn’t believe the close bond that their respective animals apparently had. After finally realizing that it was a cat that her dog was looking at, Kacy watched him more closely. Now it was getting interesting.

Part 7

Now that Kacy knew that her dog was interested in her neighbor’s cat, she soon noticed that he not only sat by the window, but whenever the cat moved, he would also move …

Part 8

The cat often took long naps and would stretch on the windowsill. Even though a dog could do that less easily, Kacy’s four-legged friend nevertheless made efforts to imitate the cat. That’s not all …

Part 9

If the cat started to yawn, the dog seemed to understand that it was time for the next nap. He also started yawning and his eyes seemed to get tired. But one thing was clear at such moments …

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Kacy’s dog never seemed to want to miss a single moment of the cat’s behavior, even when it was sleeping, so he kept on eye on it day in, day out.

However, one day, when Kacy came down the stairs, her dog looked at her unhappily …

Part 11

He hadn’t touched his bowl, but he didn’t appear to be physically ill. She decided to keep an eye on him for a few days to see if her dog’s unusual behavior would continue. When he seemed unhappy for a while, she decided to go to the vet. From the doctor’s perspective, everything was fine. As soon as they got home, the dog immediately went to his usual place by the window.

This time, when Kacy looked outside, she made a shocking discovery …

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She saw that there were all sorts of flowerpots on the neighbor’s windowsill. They blocked the view of their dog, who could no longer see his cat friend. Kacy couldn’t believe that she hadn’t noticed them before. She knew that she had to find a suitable solution

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Kacy did everything to cheer up her dog, but nothing seemed to help. She played with him, went for walks, bought him new dog toys, and let him sleep on her bed. It made little difference. Saddened by her dog’s behavior, she decided to take a risk. She knew she could try something else. It seemed strange, but it was her last resort …

Part 14

Kacy decided to contact her neighbor. She knew that her dog had become sad because he could no longer see the cat, but how would the neighbor respond to this request? Unfortunately, when she went to the door, nobody was home. As she went home disappointed, she saw her dog waiting expectantly by the window. Then she came up with another plan …

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She hardly knew her neighbor, but she hoped that he would understand the situation. She wrote a letter describing what she had seen in the past few weeks. She also asked the neighbor to move the plants aside so her dog could see his cat and stop feeling sad. The letter said …

Part 16

“This is going to seem ridiculous, but I thought you should know that my dog (who lives next door with me) is madly in love with your cat … and has been for probably 6 months! Three [times] a day, he puts his paws on our railing to look [at] him/her in your windowsill. Now that you have potted plants there, he is heartbroken … but keeps looking for your cat every time. Maybe your plants could switch to a different window? From, your neighbor and her adoring dog!” wrote Kacy. The neighbor replied the next day …

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He had no problem removing his plants and immediately did so. He also thought love was more important than houseplants that he had only put there for decoration. The neighbor glued a note to the inside of his window: “For true love!”

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The question now was whether the cat and the dog would resume their “relationship.” Would he continue to look through the window, or had he lost interest? Kacy would find out soon enough …

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Luckily for Kacy, her dog’s energy and happiness returned as soon as the plants were gone. Both her dog and the neighbor’s cat returned to their old routine. Now both owners look forward to seeing their pets at the window every day. They now know about the long-distance relationship of their pets and how important both animals are to each other.