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Two of the most unlikely animal friends, from Pennsylvania, from the fairy-tail ending they deserve, with the adoption of a child in a safe, loving home after being rescued together earlier this year from a neglectful environment.
Earlier this month, the Bucks County SPCA announced on Facebook that applications were open for their “celebrity” to residents, the Waffles, the miniature horse, and You have the goose, under one condition: the duo had to get by a few times.
In July, the Waffles, and You have been saved, along with peacocks, ducks, and other birds from a local farm, where they lived in “extremely unsanitary” conditions, the SPCA said.
In July, the Waffles, the mini horse, and in Cuba, they were rescued from a Pennsylvania farm where they were living in “extremely unsanitary” conditions.
(Bucks County SPCA)
MINIATURE HORSES WILL STILL BE ALLOWED TO FLY AS SERVICE ANIMALS, THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT ANNOUNCED
As they adjusted to life in the Quakertown barn, little horses, and birds have shared a barn stall together, and it was “inextricably intertwined,” The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
When it came time to find a new family for the 6-year-old mini horse, and a goose, which the officers believe is in the 1-and 6-year-old animal SHELTER, reps, and felt it would be wrong to separate it from the animals.
“Everything they’ve been through, they’ve been through together,” shelter supervisor, Rachel, He told Fox 29. “So, for us, for them, to bring them into the here and now and separate them from each other, it would have been pretty damaging.”
According to the Petitioner, from more than 150 applications poured in for the Waffles and You are ‘ likely to be encouraged because of their Facebook fame and the approval to post the FOLLOWING have been liked and shared many times.
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On Monday, the shelter reported that the two of them were off to their new forever home. According to the Complainant, the pals, have been adopted by a Philadelphia-area woman who was employed by a veterinary office and has a background in working with large animals.
“Waffles, You are in our barn for their new home. Waffles jumped right in and was ready to go out with his best friend, on the other hand,” the Bucks County SPCA has written, for online. In an emotional video, now has over 1,000 views on Facebook, a mini-horse, full of joy, jumped up into the trailer, on its way to its new home.
“We will miss him, but we couldn’t be happier for this special couple,” she added.
The dog’s original owners, a Pike County-area couple has since been charged with animal neglect in a case which is still pending, according to the outlet.
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