Chihuahua finds puppy love with a hot chick: Roo the disabled dog forms inseparable friendship with fluffy chicken Penny

  • Two legged Chihuahua, Roo, and Silkie chicken, Penny, have formed unlikely animal friendship
  • The pair live with Alicia Williams, a receptionist at Duluth Animal Hospital, in her Georgia home
  • Roo and Penny do everything together from eating, bathing and playing 

A two-legged Chihuahua and a Silkie chicken have formed an adorable, inseparable friendship.

The pooch, Roo, was adopted after being discovered abandoned in a ditch and became friends with Penny, who was also rescued at only a few weeks old from a testing facility by Alicia Williams.

Now the unlikely animal friends live together with Williams, a receptionist at Duluth Animal Hospital, at her Georgia home.

Roo, who was born without the lower part of his front two legs, and Penny, who has problems with her reproductive tract, spend all of their time together from eating, bathing and playing.

The fluffy chicken will sometimes even ride on Roo's back as he scurries around outside in his specially-made wheelchair.

As Silkie chickens have a lifespan similar to dogs, possibly living more than 12 years, Williams hopes the inseparable animal friends can live out their lives together.

A two-legged Chihuahua, Roo, and a Silkie chicken, Penny, have formed an adorable, inseparable friendship
Roo and Penny pictured above as they are dressed in matching costumes

A two-legged Chihuahua, Roo, and a Silkie chicken, Penny, have formed an adorable, inseparable friendship

Roo, who was born without the lower part of his front two legs, and Penny, who has problems with her reproductive tract, spend all of their time together from eating, bathing and playing

The fluffy chicken will sometimes even ride on Roo's back as he scurries around outside in his specially-made wheelchair

The fluffy chicken will sometimes even ride on Roo's back as he scurries around outside in his specially-made wheelchair

The unlikely animal friends live together with Alicia Williams, a receptionist at Duluth Animal Hospital, at her Georgia home

The unlikely animal friends live together with Alicia Williams, a receptionist at Duluth Animal Hospital, at her Georgia home

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