September 11, 2019 | 10:00pm
Waffles the mini horse and Hemingway the goose are finest mates.
An unlikely pair of finest buds — a miniature horse and a goose — had been adopted collectively Wednesday after being rescued from the identical Pennsylvania farm in July.
Waffles, the six-year-old mini horse, and his beaked pal Hemingway, had been saved from a property on Route 152 in Hilltown Township, the place they had been being stored in filthy situations, with restricted clear water and never sufficient shelter for the winter, the Bucks County SPCA mentioned.
The animals grew inseparable whereas they shared a barn stall — and the SPCA set the situation that they wanted to be adopted collectively.
Their candy story rapidly went viral and was featured on ABC’s Good Morning America.
After sifting by greater than 150 adoption functions, the shelter discovered the proper house for the bizarre pair of finest mates within the Philadelphia-area.
Their new proprietor works at a veterinary workplace and has expertise with giant animals, however she didn’t wish to be additional recognized, Bucks County SPCA spokesperson Cindy Kelly informed The Philadelphia Inquirer.
On Wednesday, Waffles trotted off to his new house with Hemingway.
“Waffles and Hemingway have left our barn for their new home!” the native SPCA posted on Fb. “We will miss them, but we couldn’t be happier for this special pair.”
“We wish them all many sunny days and green pastures!”