The kitten’s heart melts at what the pet bunny is eating, and decides to join in.

A tabby cat has melted hearts all over the internet after its owner shared a clip of him eating vegetables. with his rabbit sister, Which quickly went viral on social media.

I clip, shared on TikTok Friday, under the username Anjalyricc05, can feline. Will be seen lying down On the rug next to her sister, a white rabbit, as they eat greens together, which their owner says they do every night.

The heartwarming video comes with a caption that reads: “I feel like my kitty was wondering why the fluffy weird looking white kitty liked her greens so much she tried them. …and now he eats greens with her every night and sleeps with her.” Followed by: “I think my cat thinks she’s a rabbit sometimes (I don’t know) it’s so It’s cute.”

A file photo of a cat and a rabbit. A cat went viral after eating greens with her rabbit sister.
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Cats are obligate carnivores, so meat or fish should be a staple in their bowl every day, even if it’s commercial cat food, which is packed with all the nutrients they need for a healthy life. However, lettuce is not on the toxic list for cats, according to pet nutritionists Purina, You can feed your cat lettuce as a snack once in a while, as long as you don’t overdo it.

Although cats don’t need vegetables for a balanced diet, feeding them a little lettuce every once in a while can be a good source of fiber, whether or not your cat eats it. It depends on them.

“If you want to increase your pet’s fiber intake, consider adding a lettuce leaf or two to their staple food. However, most cats will turn their noses up at the offer of lettuce and Plus, quality cat food should already have all the nutrients it needs. Get the fiber your feline friend needs, without the need for any additional ingredients,” its website states.

The video quickly went viral on social media, reaching all Tik Tok viewers. It has received over 4.7 million views and 1.3 million likes on the platform so far.

One user, Mo Rose, commented: “Cats and rabbits actually get along very well because when the cat grooms the rabbit they both think they are dominant.” And Aracelli said: “My cat and rabbit just hit each other but it’s cute.”

Ava Rickett wrote: “Kitties and bunnies often get along well because licking is dominant for cats and affection for couples.”

Newsweek Contact Anjalyricc05 for comment. We could not confirm the details of the case.

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