This little piggy has better things to do than going wee wee wee all the way home. As his human shares on Instagram, his name is Harry and he is an absolute snuggle monster. If you let him, he will cuddle the shizz out of you. Except for John, that little feathery friend next to him, who isn’t a fan of cuddling and likes to make it known.
So, how did this picture happen exactly? John had to stay indoors because of foot problems that made it impossible for him to resist Harry and finally give in to his TLC.
Alpaca and Goat
This goat-alpaca duo lives on a farm with more than 30 other animals, but they don't give the tiniest of hoots about any of those other ones. We wonder what these two talk about.
A few good guesses might be upkeeping their lush fur, how nice and breezy it feels after shearing day, and how ridiculous humans look wearing wool that didn't grow out of their own skin. Hey, who are we to argue with animal logic?
Donkey and Doggy
Meet Tucker the Australian Shepherd and his herd of one — Pete the mini donkey. While not belonging to the same species, these two never pass up an opportunity to be together. Especially when there's sugar involved (that little thing they're licking is a sugary treat).
Honestly, there's probably a lesson in there for humans too. Sure, we all have our differences, but give us some sweet carbs and watch those differences disappear.
Parrot and Bunny
While they're both popular pets, we wouldn't think of pairing these two in the same household. But apparently, these two could be inseparable when given the chance.
And why wouldn't they be friends, really? Sure, one is feathery and the other is furry, one can fly and the other one is doomed to live on the ground, but they have pretty much the same diet, and we all know that's the key foundation to building a good, strong friendship!
Squirrel and Basset Hound
Meet Quasimodo the squirrel and Pongo the basset hound. While hounds were originally bred and used for hunting, it doesn't seem like Quasimodo has anything to worry about.
In fact, judging by this picture, it looks like anyone who has a problem with the squirrel will have to get through his canine friend first. And Pongo won't go down without a fight — a fight any bully would surely lose.