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.
Rooster and Pig
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.
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!
Cat and Groundhog
In the movie "Groundhog Day," Bill Murray's character is trapped in a time loop, having to repeat the same day over and over. (And if you haven't seen the movie, you're welcome to take a break, watch this classic, and come back once you've educated yourself.)
As torturous as having to relive the same day may sound to some, if it includes seeing this sweet union of a kitty and an actual groundhog, to us, it sounds like a loop we would never want to escape.
Lurcher Dog and Ostrich Chick
Sure, the dog is bigger now, but just give it some time and the ostrich won't be able to fit into that cuddly snuggle anymore. That time should be enough time for the ostrich to be properly trained in the trade secrets of how to be a professional big spoon.
Honestly, taking a nap with an ostrich wing as a blanket sounds pretty amazing. We can't wait for the future pic of the reversed roles!