The Lion Friends in Texas

The Lion Friends in Texas

It is generally accepted that cats and dogs can not get along. There is even an expression - "live like cat and dog." The Lion and the miniature dachshund exotic animals from the Park City Wynnewood, Oklahoma, prove the opposite - a lion and a dog, who do not spill water!

The Lion Friends in Texas

Leo, nicknamed Bondigger and dachshund Milo Park exotic animals of Wynnewood (Wynnewood), Oklahoma. Photo: Caters USA Five Year lion Bondigger (Bonedigger) and seven-year-dachshund Milo became so close friends that the dog even helps clean the lion teeth after dinner.

The Lion Friends in Texas

These relationships were fastened after Milo took custody of king of the jungle when he was still a cub. 
Bondigger When born, veterinarians diagnosed him - osteoporosis

The Lion Friends in Texas

Cute and two other dachshunds, Bullet (Bullet) and Angel (Angel), feeling that the baby is not very well, tried to comfort and protect him.

The Lion Friends in Texas

And now, five years later, in the Park of exotic animals you can observe this unusual quartet. Bondigger now turned into a full-grown males weighing more than 200 pounds against which the dwarf miniature dachshund look quite.

The Lion Friends in Texas

 One of the park staff John Reinke (John Reinke) witnessed a nascent friendship between seemingly incompatible animals altogether. He said: "The relationship between the small and the great lion Taxco the only one of its kind. They play together, spend time together and even come eat raw meat. " Interestingly, Milo even trying to copy a lion's roar.

The Lion Friends in Texas

Dachshund and a tiger cub in the Park City of exotic animals Wynnewood (Wynnewood), Oklahoma. Photo: Caters USA

The Lion Friends in Texas

Dachshund Milo helps the lion, nicknamed Bondigger brush your teeth after eating.
Photo taken in Park City Wynnewood exotic animals (Wynnewood), Oklahoma. 
Photo: Caters USA.