London, January 3 (ANI): An owl and a Bassett Hound have hit it off to become best friends -and they love to watch TV together.
Beryl, the 16-year-old the Basset Hound could not keep his paws off the four-year-old owl Wol.
To the amazement of their owner Sara Ross, Tenterden, Kent, the pair often cuddled up together on an armchair to watch television, reports the Telegraph.Sara said: "They are both rescue animals and they're like best buddies. Wol needs full-time care and one day I was giving him a bit of exercise and he just plonked down on Beryl's back. She doesn't mind, she's really laid back and a bit of a pussycat really.
"She didn't mind at all and now you can't keep them apart.
"Four times-a-week you'll see them settle down to watch what's going on in Albert Square. Beryl barks when it's over and Wol gets a bit upset too, with a bit of flapping.
She added: "They are inseparable. They love cuddling up and watching television together.
"It won't come as a surprise that they love nature documentaries, but they also like soaps like Coronation Street and Emmerdale."
She added: "I've never known two animals who are so different hit it off quite so well. They just love being around each other." (ANI)