Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Unlikely Animal Friends

I made a post last week where I shared some photos of  some what I call unlikely animal friendships.  I found some more such photos on the internet to share, so I hope you enjoy them.  :)

First we have a kitten and a rooster...

How about a zebra and a giraffe?

Next we have a dog and a baby is the great story for this photo.  Rex, the dog, found a dead kangaroo in the road.  Amazingly, one of its joeys was alive in its mother's pouch.  Rex rescued the joey, took it home and dropped it at his owner's feet.  The Guardian reports that this dog and baby kangaroo are now best friends.

Next we have an owl and a fox...

Last photo for this post we have a couple of goats and a pig...

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  1. LOL! love it

    Friendly Aloha from Waikiki
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  2. Un bon moment... merci pour ces photos.
    gros bisous

  3. I gotta love the owl and baby fox best, natural enemies.

  4. Amazing happenings of nature. Mankind can learn plenty of lessons from these loving creatures !

  5. De foto's zijn niet van de beste kwaliteit, maar de liefde overwint alles..., zelfs dat, Linda !

  6. You've shown us some interesting -- and cute -- pairs of friends.

  7. The way that you have done it. Brilliant.

  8. Hi Linda, thank you for sharing these heart-warming photos. All adorable and the story about the dog and baby kangaroo was so sweet. Thanks so much!

  9. Brill, super shots.


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