Let $G$ be a $2$-connected $3$-regular graph. Can $V(G)$ be partitioned into $V_1$ and $V_2$ where $G[V_1]$(the induced subgraph on $V_1$) is a cycle of $G$ and $G[V_2]$ is a forest (Acyclic subgraph) of $G$?

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Since the counterexamples presented so far are $2$-connected, what happen if the connectivity of the graph is $3$ instead of two?