9 Pets Who Take Sibling Rivalry to a Whole New Level

There’s no war quite as brutal as a war with a brother or sister, and these dogs and cats prove it.

Those of us with a brother or sister know that love/hate relationship all too well: Our siblings take our stuff, make fun of us and get us in trouble with our parents. There’s no war quite as brutal as a war with a brother or sister.

Not surprisingly, sibling rivalry happens with pets, too. And these pets? They’re not about to back down.

They’re taking their rivalry to a whole new level.

1. This cat isn’t sure who the newcomer to the house is — or if he’s even feline. But this smelly interloper is not appreciated.

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2. Some siblings can be so bossy. Everyone deserves a turn in the pool!

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3. When you’ve had just about enough of your younger sister’s sassy mouth.

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4. Trying to get rid of your baby brother, but Mom walks in and asks what you’re doing. “Uh … Playing!”

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5. This cat can’t believe her sibling is about to attack her. Smackdown in 3 … 2 … 1 …

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6. When you’re sick of your brother getting all of Dad’s attention, it’s time to take a stand. Of course, he’s bigger than you, but hey — Dad’s right there, so you’re safe, right?

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7. The appropriate response when you’ve just pooped in your brother’s food dish but he’s much bigger than you.

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8. That intense death-stare you give each other when things are about to get real. Who gets the last cookie?

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9. Remember when your older brother used to think it was funny to sit on you and fart? Apparently our pets find this an acceptable form of battle as well.

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Melissa Smith, discussions manager for Petful, has been researching and writing about pet behaviors for several years. A longtime pet lover, she lives in Massachusetts with her teenage son, their cat Harrison and the spirit of their German shepherd named Gypsy. Melissa is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in multimedia design and hopes to adopt as many needy animals as she can.

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