Pigeon That Can’t Fly and Chihuahua That Can’t Walk Become Best Friends at New York Rescue

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In the latest story in the world of animal news, a chihuahua and pigeon have struck up an unlikely friendship, and it is the most wholesome thing you will ever see. I promise.

To see the adorable friendship, and a selection of other unlikely animal relationships, keep scrolling…

There’s nothing on this earth that’s much purer than the love of our animals.

Well, apart from the love animals hold for each other.

Sometimes, different species of animals will strike up the most unlikely of friendships, and we are here for it all. 

Animal friendships are so pure.

So, to kick things off in a suitable fashion, keep scrolling to see a selection of the cutest, and most unlikely animal friendships…

The pair met in a Norwegian forest.

While on a walk, Tinni and his owner, Torgeir Berge, were on a walk together in the forest when they met a wild fox.

And now every time they visit the forest, the pair meet up to play around with each other despite all their differences.

The experience has changed Berge’s mind about Norway’s fox-fur trade. He now wants to help work to ban the hunting of foxes. We love it!

Now this has to be the most adorable thing you’ve ever seen, right?

Look at her smile!

Probably the oddest combination yet. But these three have a really strong bond, according to their owner.

This is Suryia the orangutan and Roscoe the blue tick hound and Bland always captures their moments together.

I am a huge fan of these two.

Look at his arm draped around the dog! Can you possibly love this more?

According to their owner, this pair has been best friends for the past 6 years.

That rainbow really pulls everything together.

This photograph was titled: “You look this way and I’ll look the other.” They always have a watchful eye over the farm.

Keeping with the subject of horses, now we have a budding friendship between a horse and a dog. And as you can see, they’re really fond of each other.

This combination provides a healthy dose of cuteness.

Imagine capturing such a beautiful moment? Wow.

Now, these old age frenemies have decided to call it quits and become besties instead. Cute or cute?

This unlikely combination found a love for each other while they were at Duluth Animal Hospital.

“She was an experimental chicken in the program and she had run the course of the experiment, so that was it for her,” Williams told the Gwinnett Daily Post. “I asked if I could have her instead of them doing anything with her. I brought her home.”

Did you ever think you’d see a two-legged dog and an overly fluffy chicken taking a walk in the snow? It’s one of life’s simplest pleasures.

This incredibly wholesome encounter happened at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Cornwall, England.

Aayla is one of the sanctuary’s friendliest rescue seals, and she frequently makes friends with the four-legged visitors. While visiting with his owner, Stanley struck up the unlikely friendship, and the pair spent around twenty-minutes checking each other out and posing for photographs.  

These 2 cuties found themselves forming a close friendship when they both ended up in the same dog bed, at The Mia Foundation.

He was found outside a car dealership, sitting motionless. Sue Rodgers, who founded The Mia Foundation in 2012, received a call about the Pigeon. She was able to nurse Herman back to health, but he never regained the ability to fly.

Rogers regularly brings the bird outside, which is where Herman met Lundy. Lundy arrived at The Mia Foundation at just 4 weeks old. His owner was unable to care for the pup due to his special needs. Lundy showed signs of not being able to walk at an early age.

Rogers said: “The way they interacted was so cute.” Herman even displayed some maternal behaviour towards Lundy. The pictures of the pair bonding have reached over seven-thousand likes, and nine-thousand shares on Facebook.

Rogers said: “He is only 17 ounces, so we will have to wait on the chair.” Herman is a permanent resident, but hopefully, when Lundy is healthy enough, he will be able to go up for adoption. Rogers has dedicated her life to helping animals born with birth defects. She is a true hero.