The game is usually “Duck, Duck, Goose”, but for these two unlikely friends we’d be happy to make an exception and play “Duck, Duck, Dog.” It’s a wonderful game, where you find a friend, look for a nice place where you can nap in the sun together, and then take that nap together.
Such simple rules, right? Some might say it’s no fun when everybody wins, but we have a feeling that after a round or two they’ll come around.
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!
Fox and Cat
This lovely fox and cat duo is taking the word catnap to a whole other level in the best way possible. The fuzziness, the color palette, the cozy cuddle, the cushy bed — if this was our afternoon nap, we would have probably turned it into a full night's sleep.
You can count on us only waking up the next morning at the very least. (Or next weekend, if we're honest.)
Cheetah and Golden Retriever
A mashup of the Cheetah Girls with the Pointer Sisters? Sounds like someone trying to mix pizza with ice cream — each one is cool on its own, but together they simply don't work. How could cheetahs and dogs have anything in common?
Well, one look at this picture is all you need to understand that none of this matters. These two make us wonder if we should top our next pizza with ice cream. Maybe some things only work in the animal kingdom.
Kitty and Bunny
Some people would look at this picture and think "these two don't belong together." Not us, though. We look at this picture and think these fluff balls are the perfect match.
I mean, how different are they, really? They both have four legs, funny ears, and smooth, shiny, lush fur, and they even live in the same house! They're basically twins. So what if one of them is a little more prone to hopping than the other?