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Unusual but Wonderful Animal Friendships

Animals can also develop some really weird friendship. Like these ones – cat and a cockatoo. Anyways, these animals photos are so funny, that you must love it. I love the one where dog cuddling kitties, so cute. Well, enjoy in these cat photos, dog photos, and all animal photos, because these are some really great animals news!


A cockatoo named Coco throws her whole body into a backrub for cohabiting friend, house tabby Lucky, in Savannah, Georgia.


A young boar named Freddy looks for food as it stands beside Mario the bull in Ebergoetzen, central Germany. Apparently separated from his pack, the young boar showed up among the herd of Galloway cattle about six weeks earlier and is fed from time to time by a cow.


Laith the lion licks Dima the tigress in their cage at Ghamadan Zoo near Amman, Jordan.


A tiger yawns on waking as a pig stretches upon waking at the Sriracha Tiger Zoo, in Pattaya, Thailand. The zoo promotes unusual family groups, called Happy Families, of mixed species such as tigers, pigs and dogs.


Smaigel the cat nurses her kittens and four puppies at her owner Mohammad Al-Hamoury’s house in Amman, Jordan. Smaigel is parenting the puppies, whose mother died in a car accident.


A small rabbit jumped onto the back of its neighboring big hippo to cool off itself as the temperature keeps rising in east China.


A female dog cuddles with a young elk, which was rescued from a flooding river by a farmer in Inje, Gangwon Province, South Korea. The dog breastfeeds and guards the elk.


Five-week-old young boar, Manni, enjoys playing with Jack Russell terrier, Candy, in Ehringhausen, Germany. Manni, who was found abandoned in the forest, is hand-fed now.



A baby hippo named Owen walks along with its “mother,” a giant male Aldabran tortoise, at the Mombasa Haller Park in Mombasa, Kenya .The odd couple stayed together after the Asian tsumani reached the Kenyan shore and separated the young hippo from its mother.


Just a month after Busch Gardens took in a cheetah cub whose mother wasn’t caring for it, the park’s animal care team identified the perfect four-legged friend for the 8-week-old cat: a 16-week-old female yellow Labrador puppy. The two were first introduced in April 2011 and began spending supervised play times together each day. The pair will live together and even travel together, helping the park’s education team teaching the public about the plight of cheetahs in the wild.


It’s not clear why or when this stray black cat turned up in the bear enclosure at the Berlin Zoo. But something is clear: She’s been coming back for 10 years to see her friend, the oldest known female Asiatic bear.


Chicks perch on a Siamese-snowshoe cat, who keeps the little ones in a line with her nose, and a pit bull, who is a loving father figure to many animals on their Texas farm.


A big goldfish, or koi, named Falstaff swims over to the pond’s edge for another meeting with a golden retriever named Chino in a backyard pond in Oregon.


Anatolian shepherds keep cheetahs away from livestock in Africa. But at the San Diego Zoo, the former foes are paired because the calm dog makes a good friend to the nervous cat.

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