We sometimes consider our dogs to be close friends and many people even call dogs a man’s best friend.
When it comes to forming friendships, however, this isn’t only limited to humans, animals can form friendships with other animals as well. Such was the case with a kangaroo named Buggy.
This interesting animal has been living on Lindoway Farm and Buggy managed to find a friend that was completely unexpected. That friend is a wombat, and the two of them are inseparable.
The friendship was noticed by Holly Harris and she was taken by the differences that they had but how they set them aside to be friends with each other. Interestingly, both are marsupials from Australia, but nobody would ever expect these strange bedfellows to be so close to each other.
According to The Dodo, Holly runs the farm with her family to help animals have the home that they need. Wally the wombat was found along the side of the road and was cared for at the farm for almost 2 months before being introduced to Buggy.
When they saw each other, it was love at first sight, and from that moment forward, they followed each other around everywhere. It seems as if they do everything together and are rarely ever seen without each other.
Even though both of the animals are living without mothers, they still have each other to provide the company they need. It seems as if they truly love each other and they might just be BFFs for life.
You can see more about Buggy and Wally in the video below:Whizzco