Rescued Goose And Mini Horse Are Best Friends And Hate To Be Seperated

Meet Waffles and Hemingway the most adorable unlikely friends who can’t bare to be apart..

Recently, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals discovered Waffles, a miniature horse, and a goose named Hemingway in a property in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Cindy Kelly, director of communications with the Bucks County SPCA (BCSPCA), explained:

“They were being kept in filthy conditions without adequate shelter”

“We don’t know how long they lived together, but … right from the start it seemed to us that these two shared a special bond.”

Waffles and Hemingway were bought to a SPCA barn, where they now live in the same stall.

The two have grown even closer in this new environment, kelly added:

“The pair just seem happy to be together and Hemingway especially wants to keep it that way”

“They seem to comfort each other.”

Waffles and Hemingway absolutely love each-other and staff can’t help but notice their bond

Kelly said:

“A staff member looked into the stall once and saw Hemingway with his head and neck leaning across Waffles’ back.”

Hemingway will do anything for his buddy, who has needed some medical attention since arriving at the SPCA.

She added:

“Hemingway just gets protective and he doesn’t want to get split up from his friend”

“Hemingway will honk or flap his wings if he thinks you’re trying to get between them.”

The amazing relationship between the two has meant huge amounts of adoption inquiries have come flooding in.

BCSPCA has received over 300 applications and over a hundred phone calls from potential adopters in just one week.

As soon as Waffles gets cleared by the veterinary team they both hope to find a home together.

Kelly said:

“These guys are doing very well and have a good chance at a very happy ending, but it’s only because someone reported their concerns.”

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