An inseparable pair of farm animals are playing out a real-life version of “Charlotte’s Web” in Pennsylvania. A miniature horse, named Waffles, and a goose, named Hemingway, were recently rescued together from a property by the local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The unlikely pair became fast friends and whenever SPCA staff take Waffles from the stall for treatment for a minor infection, Hemingway will display "protective behaviors," Cindy Kelly, spokeswoman for the Bucks County SPCA, told “GMA.” "He'll honk and flap his wings and let you know, 'Hey, leave my buddy alone,' or 'You better bring him back,'" Kelly added. "They really seem to have this bond.” Because of this bond, SPCA officials have decided to make them adoptable only as a package deal. "You don't want to separate animals like this because they really have a bond," Kelly said. If you’re interested in adding a goose and miniature pony to your family, you can apply to adopt the BFFs on the Bucks County SPCA website.
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