Courtesy Nancy Osuna
  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    A three-year-old German Shepherd named Foxy gets cozy with Munchie, a seven-week-old baby goat, March 23, 2011. The animals' owner, Nancy Osuna of Montabello, Calif., said Foxy is usually very shy, but quickly took Munchie under her wing. The pair met just five days ago, but already sleep together, play together and follow each other around.
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    Too cute! A squirrel plays with a kitten at the house of resident Ruben Gaviria in Colombia. Tita, the mother of the kitten, has been nursing the injured squirrel since Gaviria rescued it six days ago in a park.
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  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    Three-month-old Asian camel Ldinka bends over a fence to nuzzle against an adult Vietnamese miniature pig at Royev Ruchey Zoo in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.
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    A wolf and a donkey share a cage in the northwestern town of Patok in Albania. The donkey was brought into the enclosure to be fed to the wolf, which was caught in the northern Albanian mountains four months ago. The animals have since become attached to each other, cohabitating in the cage for the last 10 days, and attracting curious villagers and local media.
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    A monkey helps a parrot get rid of lice at a wild animal park in Shenzhen, China.
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  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    How often do you see birds feeding fish and not eating them? Here a black swan feeds carp at a wildlife park in China.
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  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    Auan, a 7-year-old female cat, shares a meal with Jeena, a 3-year-old male mouse at a farmer's house in the central province of Phichit, north of Bangkok. The animals' owners say Auan found Jeena three years ago and has been his playmate and protector since then.
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  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    A mouse rides on the back of a frog in floodwaters in the northern Indian city Lucknow June 30, 2006. It does not get any cuter than this.
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  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    A tiger cub climbs over piglets at a park in south China. The tiger cub was abandoned by its mother and is being raised by a sow.
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  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    A female dog sits with a 3-month old lion cub at Badaling Safari Animal World on the outskirts of Beijing. The young lion's biological mother did not have enough milk to feed all of her cubs so Animal World officials put the two animals together.
    Guang Niu/Reuters
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    Piek, a 4-year-old monkey checks 1-year-old Pom the cat for lice at a temple in a city north of Bangkok. Both animals were abandoned at the temple by their owners a year ago. Since then they have become playmates have been taking care of each other.
    Sukree Sukplang/Reuters
  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    BoonLua, a long-tailed macaque, lives with Toby, a rabbit, north of Bangkok. BoonLua, the 6-year-old wild monkey, lost both its legs and one arm during an attack by dogs three years ago. It dragged itself to a nearby temple where it received medical treatment and survived. He now lives in a custom built enclosure with the rabbit.
    Sukree Sukplang/Reuters
  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    A dog feeds two Siberian tiger cubs and her puppy at a zoo in China. The mother of the cubs was not able to feed them after giving birth, China Daily reported.
    China Daily/Reuters
  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    A brown bear carries a dog during a show in a circus in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 22, 2009.
    Ilya Naymushin/Reuters
  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    When Florida farm owner Jim Favreau looked out his window during a typical summer downpour, he was mortified to see a litter of day-old piglets struggling to stave off the storm's rising waters in Lee County. After bringing the piglets inside to dry off, Favreau was astounded anew: His dog, a Rottweiler-pit bull mix, was nursing the house's newest denizens, ABC affiliate WZVN reported. "It's amazing, it's awesome," Angel Roman, Favreau's friend, told WZVN. "It's good to see, though. It's good to see good things in life and this is one of them."
    ABC News
  • Animal Kingdom's Odd Couples

    It was puppy love for a duck and puppy in China. The Chinese family had a pet duck, and when they took in an abandoned pup, the two became fast friends. They play together, they nap together, and they are rarely out of each other's sight.
    WABC
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