He basically treats each cat and kitten as though it were his own puppy.‘I have no idea why Raylan loves kittens,’ says Laura, from Toronto, Canada.
‘I brought home the first foster kitten when he was three years old and I was ready to keep them isolated from each other to be safe.
‘However, Raylan immediately wanted to lick the cat and sleep with him and he was so gentle. It just seems to be in his nature.
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‘I’m so happy seeing Raylan with his kittens because he’s so content and also entertained!
‘He’s a really smart dog who needs to be mentally stimulated constantly.
‘So when he has his kittens he’s amused and feels like he has a job, which allows me some time to watch TV without guilt.
‘But truly, seeing how sweet he is with the kittens and seeing how much the kittens just love him like a mother is truly heartwarming.’Do you have a story to share? Get in touch by emailing [email protected]Metro.co.uk .