Friendship comes in all shapes and sizes. A bear befriends a wolf. An abandoned baby elephant builds a special friendship with an ostrich. A rescued fox considers itself a member of a rescue dog family. The animal world never ceases to amaze us. These relationships strike up naturally as these animals lay trust in their friends. And, they’re probably among the purest and most beautiful things in this world.
Today’s article is about a super adorable gang. They are Nevada, a 10-year-old Appaloosa stallion, Napoleon, a 6-year-old Shetland pony, and Jack Sparrow, a 2-year-old Dalmatian. The trio gets along so well, becoming inseparable.
The striking point of the three is they look almost identical regardless of the difference of their species. They have stunning black spots spreading all over their white bodies. These awesome animals look exactly like siblings of a family!
Not only does the trio share the same physical feature, but they also form a special bond. They love spending time together, from catching, running, to training. The odd friends have tons of fun at their Dutch home.
Greetje Arends-Hakvoort, a horse trainer and owner of the “pack” is also astonished at their relationship. When she introduced the three to each other, she didn’t think that they would get on so quickly. But the odd friends wowed her, proving that they could be friends, the close ones.
They trust their friends and feel happy to stay with them. Then a special relationship comes and blossoms. Visitors to Human Horse Academy where the horse, pony and dog are currently living always smile when they the trio together.