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  1. Claire Ramsey says

    so adorable.

    Do you think the dog is the babysitter? Or just a pal to the other farm animals?

  2. says

    I think the dog is a sweet visitor to wherever the rabbits and the chick live, and will soon be leaving to go for a nice sniffy walk in the woods. I don’t think it would do to leave them all together for too long…

  3. otrame says

    Animals love company. My cat loves to talk to my bird, who has special calls for my cats, and dogs, and for us apes. My cat also loved to lean against the rat cage so the ratties could groom him. But I would never leave prey species with predator species without supervision and preferably with cage bars between them. You never know when someone will do something that triggers a predatory response. That doesn’t mean they don’t actually enjoy each other’s company. The dog in the OP is clearly enjoying the other animals. But like Ophelia says, best not leave them together unsupervised.

  4. says

    My cats are currently quite angry at me that the baby goats are in the kennel now, where the cats can’t use them as pillows. Baby goats are upset at me because the ducks are now in the pen outside instead of next to the kennel where the goats could ‘talk’ to them. And the child is upset with me because I won’t let him have the baby chicks in his room or perhaps more specifically, in his bed.

  5. thumper1990 says

    Pit-Bull with a chick on it’s face!?! Squeee!

    I swear, I’m like well manly and stuff in meat space…

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