Before us bitter and pessimistic bitches get completely bitter and pessimistic about 2019 (TOO LATE, at 12:00:01 this morning, I declared that 2019 will be another flaming bag of dog shit when I felt sickly right before midnight. It was probably my body reacting to me thinking about making eating healthier this year.), let’s douse our eyes with some optimism and awww-ness.
Twitter user Jordan Ireland of Colorado was doing what I do sometimes: randomly record my dog just in case he does something weird or interesting that I can pimp out on YouTube. Jordan got lucky because she caught her dog Maggie channeling her inner Erika Jayne by patting the puss. Jordan’s cat Pumpkin returned the sweet affection by hugging on Maggie. If dogmanity and catmanity can put their legendary rival aside and call a truce with a loving hug, maybe there’s some hope that 2019 won’t be a shit show bigger than a scat orgy sponsored by Taco Bell after all! There’s hope in this world!
Did my dog just pet my cat?? And did my cat just hug my dog?? pic.twitter.com/PuNWB1Ggzw
— Jordan Ireland (@jor_nicole4) December 28, 2018
That’s like when you and your piece get into a fight, and you stew in a hot puddle of anger on the couch, and they come and pet you like, “You okay,” and you hug on them like, “Bitch, I’ve been waiting for you to do that…and FYI, that means you know you’re wrong.”
But seriously, if dogs and cats have stopped fighting, that means they are probably joining forces, combining armies, and it will be even easier to take down us humans and control the world for once and for all. That would make 2019 the best year in history, honestly.
Here’s more of Maggie and Pumpkin’s forbidden love!
Here is another one for y’all to enjoy 💕 thanks for all the love pic.twitter.com/VS16s1QMWa
— Jordan Ireland (@jor_nicole4) December 30, 2018
Our future overlords really are adorable.