Oh, cool, piggyback ride! Or should we say doggy back ride? Either way, it looks like a really fun ride. This spider monkey answers to the name Keke, and it looks like one of her favorite places to be is on her dog friend’s back.
This arrangement looks comfy as all that is good and pure. Also, we bet being wrapped in the sweet embrace of a fuzzy friend is as comforting as anything deep-fried and covered in chocolate.
Guinea Pig and Hedgehog
What does your hair care routine look like? These things take years of trial and error to perfect for humans. However, this guinea pig, with all of this fabulous luscious fur, must have a thorough hair care routine.
And we are sure the little hedgehog friend is part of this routine. How exactly? Well, how do you think this stylish coat gets brushed? With the gentle care of the friend's spikes of course!
Horse and Cat
It took us a while but we saw the cat in there eventually. These two friends were so perfectly aligned that at first it just looked like the horse just had a big black spot on his neck!
The person who was lucky enough to document this moment tells us that the horse's name is Champy and that his feline friend, Morris, likes to smooch his eyelashes. Apparently, there are plans to put their picture in a pinup calendar. We'll take 100 copies, please!
Dog and Chicken
These two sweet friends (Gus the dog and Lucky the chicken, if you're into names) taking a nap on a rainy day give us all the cozy vibes possible. Add a fireplace, a fuzzy sweater, or a cup of hot cocoa and we just might explode.
Okay, maybe not explode, but we just might get too comfortable to ever get up. And we do want to (eventually) get up. We have Pilates.
Dog and Fox
Wait, hold up. You are seeing what we are seeing, right? A fox and a dog being best friends, napping and frolicking around on the grass? Does this image ring any bells? Any old-school Disney fans out there are sure to get the reference.
You want to tell us that Disney's "The Fox and the Hound" is REAL? We mean, sure, these are a fox and a shepherd of some kind, but movies take creative license all the time, right?