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Lion and dachshund are best friends [7 pictures]

May 24, 2013 | By Abraham | 11 comments

Five years ago, at an Oklahoma exotic animal park, a lion was born with a bone disease that left him somewhat less than fully abled. A 2-year-old dachshund took notice of the cub’s infirmity and brought the little guy into his pack of other dachshunds.

Now, as 5- and 7-year-olds, the two animals are like inseparable brothers, playing and cuddling and eating their meals of raw meat together. It doesn’t seem to bother them at all that one is a 500-pound lion and the other an 11-pound wiener dog…

(via The Daily Mail)

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  1. Jarod says:

    Makes me think of Lambert, the Sheepish Lion from way back. Does the lion know he’s a lion or does he think he’s a dachshund?

  2. John Cook says:

    That’s obviously a conservative lion, saving desert until last! My mountain lion seriously considers them yummy. He likes to save the lags in the freezer, them cook them in a special hot sauce and eat plate after plate of them while watching football.

    That’s fairly normal isn’t it? We do that with birds, he does it with dogs.

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