Sleeping animals, the sight of which will melt your heart
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We have seen more than once that animals can form the most incredible pairs and get together in the most "diverse" groups of friends. But when you see how these animals sleep together, the degree of emotion and mimicry rapidly soars to a completely new level.
Sleep is a great thing that you can share with your best friend, regardless of the type, color of the coat and other external signs. After all, the main thing is the soul!
A dog, a kitten and a fox cub.
It's like yin and yang!
Yellow lumps of happiness for a tricolor kitty.
Who is sleeping, and who is on guard!
A kitten and a ferret.
A kitten and a guinea pig... who can't sleep, apparently.
A kitten and a parrot. A lovebird — he is also a lovebird at heart.
To make it warmer.
The most unusual couple.
And it's warmer under the ear!
The lamb has settled down well. And the dog is not far behind.
Another "under-ear" friend.
"I won't give you up to anyone!"
A strange couple. But they seem to be happy.
Capybara and ducks.
"Okay, get some sleep."
The bed made of sheep's wool is the softest.
It's hard to tell right off the bat where the chicken ends and the rabbit begins.
Like a cat with a dog... but no, wait, it's just the opposite.
A fox and a rabbit.
Keywords: Mimimi | Sleep | Emotion
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