Friendship between animals is surely the purest thing in the world. The bond between animals of different species, from cats to dogs to various other unexpected pairs, are even more special. This story about an adorable relationship between bunnies and a golden retriever will definitely warm your heart.

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Introducing a new member to your fur family is an amazing experience. While it can be very interesting to discover how the animals will get along, it can also become the sweetest thing you have ever witnessed.

Bailey and the bunnies

Bunnies, the little hopping creatures are one of the most endearing animals in the world. Their almost inaudible snoots and long ears also add to their limitless cuteness. In this video, four 22-day bunnies were introduced to a lovely Golden Retriever with cream-colored fur, named Bailey. This kindhearted giant was on his owner’s bed when he placed the bunnies next to him, one by one.

Bailey and the bunnies

To the owner’s surprise, the bunnies showed no fear towards Bailey, and immediately accepted him as their father. Bailey also accepted all four of them, as he let them hop around him and play with his fur. It was clear that the bunnies felt secure and comfortable with Bailey’s gentle presence and paternal aura.

Bailey and the bunnies

After sometime, Bailey and the bunnies were introduced to another friend, a little bird named Sky. They got along well with Sky as well, with Sky’s curious eyes following the playful bunnies.

Bailey and the bunnies

According to Jenny Hollands, author of “Unlikely Friendships”, adoptions among domestic animals are commonly observed, as the older animals usually feel responsible for the well-being of the younger ones.

Bailey and the bunnies

This owner posted this wholesome video on his YouTube, and it gained over 6.7 million views in just one week. You can also connect with him on Instagram.

Watch the adorable video below.

Media credits – YouTube / Instagram

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