When two individuals become friends, differences in age, race, color, or species become irrelevant, and occasionally an emotional link is formed.
An example of this is the unanticipated bond that grew between a huge Great Dane and a small Chihuahua.
The loving connection started when Sheila Zinder adopted Bubba as a small puppy. She needed to be fed by hand because her mother passed during giving birth.
2017 saw Sheila take in Shelly, a dog whose former owners had given up on her because of vision issues.
He had to use six different eye meds every day. Bubba was being bottle-fed when Shelly first met her, and he couldn’t stop staring at her.
As Bubba grew older, the couple began to spend more time together, interact more, and play games, showing their special bond.
According to Sheila, Bubba is five and a half weeks old. After his mother passed, the owner came to request assistance.
Shelly would just sit and observe the two of us when I started bottle-feeding her at birth.
What a nice and loving friendship, isn’t it? Let us know in the comments.