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Unusual Animal Friendships That Are Surprisingly Precious

Just like humans, animals are known to bond and cherish some relationships. Even in the wild, animals are known to form strong networks and have proved to take a stand for their loved ones. It won’t be wrong to say that they do it much better than us.
We’ve gathered some photos of unusual animal pairs to show you what the words ‘Friendship’ and ‘Love’ exactly mean! Here’s your daily dose of cuteness.
Cats sometimes have this evil and self-obsessed tag to them. But, all they need is attention! Let's see some adorable ones which have gone out of their way to form amazing bonds. 
Siblings from other mothers!
After all, Sharing is Caring!
Snuggling buddies!
Should we say 'Friends with benefits'?
The cuteness just melts your heart, doesn't it?
Dogs are said to be man's best friend but they keep proving that they can be friends with anyone they meet! Let's check these cute doggos out!
The friendship is Real, not reel!
Get up, snuggle, repeat!
Volunteering for a good cause!
The owl was separated from his mother and Torque adopted him right away! 
This famous duo was raised together in Bush Gardens in the US.
Suryia and Roscoe have been staying together at an endangered species reserve in America.
Not only our domesticated  cats and dogs are capable of friendship, all the animals are!
Can you tell the difference between these furbabies?
The tiny dachshund helped the lion while it was suffering from a disease. Years later, their love still remains strong!
Bubbles, the elephant and Bella, the Labrador have found a friendship beyond all standards.
Wilma, the Ostrich and Bea, the Giraffe even share an enclosure because of their deep connection.
Anjana, the Chimpanzee helps their caretaker raise orphaned animals, like these white tiger cubs.
Baloo, Shere Khan, and Leo were rescued from a drug dealer who had abused them. They’ve been inseparable ever since!
Such heartwarming stories of animals teach humans to be humans!

 Raksha Kulkarni

Credits
Alexis Chloe, Genevieve Perron-Migneron