Dog And Bird Become The Best Of Friends After Dog Rescued His Friend
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Dog And Bird Become The Best Of Friends After Dog Rescued His Friend

  • By Murtaza
  • 5 months ago
  • 3 minutes read

Animals can have a heart just as big as us.

It’s a very strange thing to see how animals can look after one another, it’s even insanely rare to see an animal from a different species do that but it’s possible too. Because just like us humans, animals also have big hearts and muster up love and affection for animals inferior to them or in need. A cat looking after ducklings as if they are her own children, dogs and goats playing together, etc. There are multiple examples we’ve seen over the internet. If arch-enemies like cats and dogs can co-exist under the same roof, I think we can trust other species too sometimes.

But a dog bonding with a bird? Yes, you’ve heard it right, that’s also possible. It solely depends on the upbringing of the dog, and that should signify how good the parents of the pup are. As a matter of fact, that makes the dog the ”good-est of boys”.

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Milo was out on a walk with his family, and they were strolling through a park in Melbourne when they came across an injured bird. It couldn’t fly, and they took him in. The father, Abdul, and daughter, Charlotte, took good care of the bird. And with time, it showed signs of healing. By this time, Milo and the bird became good friends, as Milo was really concerned about the health of his bird friend.

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After a while, when the little bird was all healed up, the family decided to release it to the wild but to much of their surprise, the bird didn’t leave. At first, it seemed odd to them, but then they realized, the bird had formed a bond with the family and Milo.

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The family named the bird ”Cracker”. Cracker and Milo would often play together, indoors and out. Milo would run around and cracker would trail him like an aeroplane and when it’s cracker’s turn, Milo would chase him around. This concerned Charlotte as the size of both animals is distinctive to a big degree (pun intended), but after a while, she became comfortable with watching them play around together.

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With time, their bond only grew stronger.

It came to a point where they were sharing the same bed, would give each other cuddles, and play all the time. But one day things took a turn for the worse for these two friends. Cracker had flown away somewhere for days and our boy, Milo, couldn’t find him. The family searched for him everywhere but sadly, nothing helped. Milo only grew sad and depressed as his best friend couldn’t be found anywhere. The family noticed tears and desperateness in Milo, but he wasn’t going to give up this easily.

“Two weeks later we saw the Facebook post and we were like, ‘there’s no way we’re gonna find our galah’. There’s just so many in Australia, they all look the same,”.

Until the family came across an ad by the Lort Smith Animal Hospital. “Milo was smiling from ear to ear for hours and (they were) just licking each other and Cracker was doing his little kissy noises to Milo,” said Charlotte. “It was just so cute.” The family finally celebrated Cracker seeing Milo again. He was the happiest doggo alive that day.

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Hence to this very day, Cracker and Milo share a very loving bond with each other and we wish them to be inseparable for life.

“Milo was smiling from ear to ear for hours and (they were) just licking each other and Cracker was doing his little kissy noises to Milo,” said Charlotte. “It was just so cute.”

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