A rescue dog and goat have become best friends at the Animal Protection Society of Durham in North Carolina.
The dog, a 2-year-old named Idgie, was found as a stray and brought to the shelter.
The goat, a 5-year-old named Ruth, was surrendered by her owner.
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The two animals quickly bonded and have been inseparable ever since.
They sleep together, eat together, and even play together.
The shelter is now looking for a forever home that will take both animals together.
The Animal Protection Society of Durham hopes that their story will inspire others to adopt animals in pairs.
Studies have shown that animals adopted in pairs tend to have better socialization skills and are less likely to develop behavioral problems.
Potential adopters can contact the shelter to learn more about Idgie and Ruth and how to adopt them together.