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Some pets share a very special relationship to kids and this one sure is excited to see it’s best friend after school!

Watch the beautiful connection they have for yourself.

How cute is that!?

Does your child have a devoted animal friend?

PLEASE share with us in the comments below

  • I used to have a pet duck. He was an orphan and I hand reared him. He followed me everywhere. Was pretty cute except they do pretty big, sloppy poos

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  • Ooh this is too cute. Not your usual favourite pet, but gorgeous all the same.

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  • Very sweet indeed, thank you for sharing.

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  • My sons had a cat that would walk to the corner with them when they went to school and be waiting for them when they came home.

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  • My cousin had a galah that used to follow her and the other pets around the yard. They were like a procession – so funny to watch. We had a pup that used to go to our front gate to greet the primary school children every afternoon as they walked past our place before they arrived. Even the neighbour predicted when she would do it. The most amusing thing was she never did it during school holidays, probably my younger brother who was in high school was home part of the time.

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  • Very cute. Every child needs a pet i think.

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  • So cute ! We used to have a duck which got so excited every time the kids came home from school.

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  • Our dog only gets excited when he sees food.

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  • So cute, we had a pet duck that thought it was a dog, and would quack when someone came to the fence!

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  • Oh! Such a special relation. I feel very ordinary with my common dog welcoming my daughter when she’s back from school! :-)

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  • Oh, that is so adorable! Nice to have a “different” pet.

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