I had a beautiful bengal boy, took him to the vet because when I left him alone he'd pull his hair out. Vet did skin scrappings, checked for everything, nothing wrong with him, vet said stress and to get him a kitten. So I did, I got him a siamese kitten (a rescue) they bonded so closely that I used to joke and say he left me for another woman. Fast forward 8 years, I had to have my bengal put down due to cancer. The siamese was lost, she cried and looked for him all the time, this cat had never gone outside and she started trying to get out, I assume to look for him. Months passed, she was still grieving, then came Mother's day, my oldest daughter bought me a bengal kitten. He wasn't born yet but she put a deposit on him and I was given pick of the litter when he was born. At first the siamese hissed at him and growled, but she soon got over it, now she is happy, she has her bengal back and no more trying to get out, no more wandering around looking for him and crying. She is bonded to my new boy and all is well
He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion"