Rescued baby camel and baby cow become inseparable friends

Baby camel and baby cow

Everyone needs that one good friend to rely on for emotional support and affection. The same is true for all animals, even camels. For this camel, finding a friend was no easy undertaking.

Baby camel and baby cow

Sir Camelot, the camel, would try to interact with the other animals, but they would all run away from him. Perhaps his humps were freaking them out, causing them to be scared.

Standing alone in the field and screaming out for a friend, his owners knew that they had to do something. After bringing back the rescue cow, Benjamin Button, they thought they had found a solution.

Baby camel and baby cow

Uneasy around one another at first, the two weren’t exactly sure how to appropriately interact. After having one binding night in the barn together, Sir Camelot and Benjamin Button had formed an unbreakable friendship.

Playing together in the field, Camelot has finally found his best friend. No more crying or being lonely in the area with his new baby cow friend, Ben. These two are a dynamic duo.

Baby camel and baby cow

Who knew that camels had such outgoing personalities? Part of Camelot’s way of playing includes chasing Ben around, and hilariously hoarding straw bales from Ben—their interactions are indeed a hysterical sight to see.

No one would have ever thought that a camel and a cow would form this sort of bond with each other. Seeing Camelot finally finding a good friend is truly heartwarming to witness.

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