We've written about Juniper the Fox
before and we love her antics. When our friends at BoredPanda
decided to profile the goofy girl and her canine sibling, Moose, we couldn't resist sharing their friendship, too. What's better than one adorable canine? TWO adorable canines, that's what.
And for us here at BarkPost, we're in love with how in ruv they are with their BarkBox.
They also really love each other.
"Here, let me just stick my nose in your eye because that's true love."
Juniper loves Moose so much that sometimes she falls over with glee
"Excuse me, this is a private moment. No photos please."
Juniper shares everything with Moose, even her BarkBox - now that's real love.
"You better appreciate how much this means to me, Moose."
Sometimes, Moose has enough of Juniper's excessive PDA and has to law down the paw.
"But, Moooooooseeee! I just want to ruv you! LET ME LOVE YOU."
We can't blame him, she's extremely cute, but she can be rather needy.
Maybe it's all of those BarkBox treats that give her so much energy.
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Don't let this fool you. Moose loves doing everything with Juniper. Like eating lunch together.
"Dis peanut butter iz so good, but seriously tho, can we get some milk or something? This is getting embarrassing.
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There's nothing better than an after lunch snuggle session where they plot world domination.
Seriously, Moose is smiling because he came up with a plan to take over the world.
Look at those faces. These are faces of trouble about to be had.
"What are we going to do tonight, Juniper?"
"The same thing we do every night, Moose. Try to take over the world!"
Maybe a world dominated by this much cute wouldn't be a bad thing?
We gladly submit to our furry overloads.
***Juniper's mom wants everyone to know that domesticated foxes are an immense amount of work and require extensive care. They are not for everyone and no one should ever get a pet fox without first doing an incredible amount of research.