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The most unlikely best friends: Pug Fugly and Chicken KFC

2015-06-08
Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
The most unlikely best friends: Cute companions Fugly the pug and KFC the chick are inseparable after they were introduced when they were only weeks old

Chick and puppy are the best of friends and enjoy snuggling together
Owners in the Philippines introduced them 'to see how they would react'
Pets immediately bonded and chick KFC follows pug Fugly everywhere
By ELAINE O'FLYNN FOR MAILONLINE

It is a friendship that wouldn't be out of place in a children's book.
Fugly the pug and KFC the chick won't leave each other's sides, after they struck up an unlikely companionship.
The fluffy yellow chick and brown-haired puppy can often be spotted doing their favourite activities together - cuddling, sleeping and with KFC tucked under Fugly's paws.

Adorable: KFC the chick plants a peck on Fugly the pug's nose. The two have become inseparable since they were introduced by their owners.


Cute: Fugly the pug protectively places his paws around KFC as the two relax together in the Phillipines

Fugly's owner Tim Ho took the cute pictures and said he and his neighbour had bought the animals as pets around the same time.
They decided to introduce them to each other to see what would happen - and to their surprise KFC and Fugly bonded almost immediately.
Tim said: 'As soon as they were let loose, KFC would follow Fugly everywhere.


Friends: KFC seems to look inquisitively at Fugly. The chick can be spotted following the pug around


Cosy: Fugly playfully rests his head on top of KFC the chick, with the two comforable in each other's space

'Fugly was a bit apprehensive at first but he wasn't territorial or fierce so we allowed it to continue.
'We didn't need to encourage them to interact, every time Fugly slept or sat down, KFC would crawl underneath his tummy, his favourite resting place.'
Tim added his thinks the fact the 15-month-old pub wasn't yet territorial over his new home made it easier for him to accept KFC and for the couple to develop their blossoming friendship.