A pug won’t mind kicking back with the cats, as long as its human still gives it the attention it deserves.
2. Golden Retriever
The ultimate family dog accepts all family members, even furry felines.
3. Basset Hound
Basset hounds tend to be lazy, so they will most likely be apathetic to feline siblings.
4. Labrador Retriever
Labrador retrievers can be rambunctious, but one cat claw to the nose and they’ll soon learn that the family cat might not be the best play toy.
Although Pomeranians were originally bred to be a working dog, they relish the role of pampered pet and will want to share a lap with a cat.
6. Boston Terrier
The Boston Terrier is so friendly that your cat may be a little off-put by his care-free attitude. Your cat may not love the Boston Terrier, but your Boston Terrier will love him.
Your cat will never feel threatened by this little curiosity with short and stubby legs. In fact, your cat will more likely be amused.
8. Border Collie
As the most intelligent dog breed, border collies know how to play with cats rather than fight.
As long as the cat doesn’t mind playing, a boxer should be a fine companion.
Beagles have a sweet disposition and are willing to share the limelight.
11. Bichon Frise
Known for their happy-go-lucky nature, Bichon Frises typically won’t be bothered by cats.
12. Shetland Sheepdog
This working breed likes to herd, and he’ll be just as happy herding cats as he will other animals.
Malteses are more likely to be bullied by a cat than vice versa. They are interested in making new friends, not new enemies.
These gentle giants are more interested in pleasing their owners than chasing a cat.
15. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
These dogs are the chillest of the chill. After a cat pounce, they’ll just roll over and go back to sleep.