Australian cow steals bed from canine best friend

By Ben Hooper  |  Feb. 4, 2016 at 12:06 PM
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HENLEY BROOK, Australia, Feb. 4 (UPI) -- A cow living at an Australian ranch showed how he doesn't know his own size by trying to take a nap on a dog bed.

The video shows Radar, a 1-year-old cow at the Mohegan Equestrian & Healing Center in Henley Brook, Western Australia, trying his best to settle into a comfortable position on the dog bed belonging to his best buddy, a dog named Caviar.

The cow is able to fit his entire body on the bed, but the human filming can be heard laughing at the sound of the "air coming out of the bed" as Radar puts his full weight on the cushion.

"Who's cow does that?" the woman filming asks. "All cows should have beds like that."

The ranch shared another video showing the dog bed's owner, Caviar, playfully fending off another of Radar's attempts to claim the canine's cushion.

"Different species, but love is still the same," the ranch owners said of Caviar and Radar's friendship in a Facebook post. "Humans have so much to still learn."

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