The Kildare Animal Foundation Wildlife Unit in Ireland is home to several rescue animals and they provide necessary medical care for those animals that need it, what they didn’t expect was that a baby rabbit and a pigeon would actually look after each other.
People from the foundation first found the baby rabbit as an orphaned newborn, whose condition was quite unstable and needed medical supervision. Then, some time later, came around a pigeon that was rescued from an abandoned nest. Both of the cuties needed to be inside the incubator and since there was only one, they had to share it, having a little wall to separate them.
But surprise! When the vet in charge of supervising these two went to check on them, she discovered the bunny and the pigeon had tore down the tiny wall to cuddle and it seemed like their condition improved! They’ve both made great recoveries and are still the best buddies ever, sharing and playing while they’re strong enough to be released to the wild again.