Hemingway, the farm goose, and Waffles, the miniature horse, are not just roommates to the Animal Cruelty Prevention Society in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. They are inseparable.
"Their body language made it obvious that they are friends and that they stay together better," said Cindy Kelly of the Bucks County SPCA.
Waffles, a 6-year-old miniature horse, and Hemingway, the goose, were rescued with two peacocks and a dozen ducks under arrest for possession of which Kelly said they had "really dirty, unsanitary conditions." ,
Waffles recover from an infection. This has given Hemingway extra protection for his friend, who honked and fluttered his wings when the animal shelter staff came to look after the couple.
Hemingway is naughty and his companion Waffles is described as peppery. They are a package deal for potential users.
"If you want to adopt waffles, you have to adopt Hemingway, and if you want to adopt Hemingway, you have to adopt waffles," said Reider Paar will be available for adoption.