Whatever species we are, we all seek out a buddy, someone with whom we can sincerely connect, no questions asked.
It’s not easy to find one, as this German Shepherd and his Siberian Bear’s closest buddy can confirm.
Tallulah is a Siberian brown bear who wants nothing more than to make friends on the farm. She enjoys playing with toys, but she quickly learns that playing alone isn’t the best option.
She ventures off in search of companionship, but all she seems to attract are plodding turtles or kicking llamas.
Kayden, a black German Shepherd, feels the same way, unbeknownst to the bear. He just can’t seem to locate another person like him on this farm, and it’s starting to irritate him.
When these two met, they immediately recognized their similarities. They were aware that they were not of the same species, but that didn’t bother them.
The pets began to hang out all of the time. They enjoyed romping around the farm together, and the large, open field became their favorite spot.
Kayden began showing Tallulah the things he wanted to do. The bear just stood there and looked at him, not engaging in any kind of conversation.
When you can’t do what you love, it’s not much of a friendship. As a result, Kayden begins to demonstrate the joys of playing with a stick to his companion.
Tallulah stood there and watched before lunging at the German Shepherd. Kayden quickly realized that his bear pal is only interested in playing with him and him alone.
Tallulah demonstrated to Kayden that it makes no difference whether there are toys or not. It’s enough to be present and in the moment. The dog looks at his companion, acknowledging her wisdom.
Tallulah suddenly bolts, leading Kayden to sprint after her and catch up with the speedy bear. She doesn’t like water or sticks, but she’s a fantastic companion.