Many people want to implement some sort of security footage devices in their homes. Whether to check for any break-ins or to keep an eye on your family or pets when out, home cameras are the norm. Aside from providing a sense of safety, sometimes these cameras can catch some repeat-worthy footage which normally may never have been seen.
Case in point, Joule’s owner set up a home camera so her anxiety could be monitored. Joule didn’t enjoy being alone, so her owner worried and wanted to stay on top of his dog’s behavior in case he was needed. He wanted to see how long Joule would take to calm down each time he was out to see if her anxiety would gradually improve.
Good thing for Joule, she had a cat friend who kept her company at times. The cat, Tabby Kelvin, was well behaved around dogs and could provide Joule with a sense of comfort. Naturally, Joule’s owner still routinely checked the video footage. This was to assure she didn’t have any episodes or alarming behavior for concern.
The camera was set to face the couch, where the cat and dog spent most of their time. This wound up being a great angle as adorable footage was caught one day while Joule’s owner was out. Below is footage of Kelvin jumping up to console Joule as she lay on the back of the couch Joule faced the back, initially not seeing Kelvin coming to join him.
Thousands on social media saw this footage showing the adorable pals while at home alone. With a friend like this, it looks like Joule’s anxiety is well under control. We look forward to more adorable footage of these two pals.
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