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While they might try to pretend they hate each other, it’s a giant lovefest for canines and felines
By People Staff
Posted on June 7, 2010 at 9:05pm EDT
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Okay, I’m going to lick your face, but you can’t look at me, because if we make eye contact, then they’ll know! And they must never find out!
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Great. They caught us on camera sitting next to each other. Good job, Jazmyn.
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With this kiss, I deem you worthy of my love and friendship.
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What do you mean, we’re starting to become the same person? That’s crazy talk.
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This way, I’ll look like I’m bullying you, and they won’t be able to tell it’s just a big hug.
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Oh, no. I told you we shouldn’t have done this in your parents’ house!
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We won’t blow our cover if we look sufficiently annoyed. Then they’ll keep thinking we hate each other. Good.
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I’m 160 lbs. You’re 5 lbs. Yet somehow, we make this work.
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No, no, no. I told you, don’t approach the bed unless there’s no one home!
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Wait, wait – listen! I have to tell you a secret. I love you.
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Staring contest … Go!
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They may not be holding paws, but their ears are touching. Telltale sign.
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Why stress? These two have nothing to hide.
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One of these days, people were going to figure out that Misstee wasn’t just using Whizzer as a warm place to sleep.
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Hey bud, thanks for giving me a shoulder to nap on. Love you.
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Kisses and chin rub, all in one. So efficient.
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Yeah? So? What are you staring at us like that for?