The bonded horse-goose best-friend combination has been saved and would like to be fostered together.
There are numerous stories in the animal world of extraordinary cross species connections, and this one is out of this world.
This joyful story will lighten your day. Meet Waffles, a 6-year-old pony, and Hemingway, a snowy goose, who were saved from a filthy, filthy farm in Pennsylvania.
They were sent to the Cobb County SPCA, where workers discovered that they would be best buddies. The unusual bond here between goose and a pony astounded everyone.
When they got to the refuge, the staff tried to place them in their cages, but they quickly realized that this was difficult.
Goose was fiercely protective of his closest friend, fluttering his wings whenever staff attempted to touch the horse for an injectable or medication. Because Waffles had contracted an infection on the last farm, the staff opted to accept only those requests that included a joint adoption.
They were searching for a property that would be ideal for them both.
Waffles and Hemingway have a tumultuous history, and they need to work together to solve it. Nick and Maddie, a gentle and charming couple, decided to embrace this great couple soon after.
They enjoyed these nice critters’ unusual, pleasant relationship and were delighted to be their new parents.
The pair has a beautiful property where they may spend their lives together in privacy, respect, and respect.