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    Animals That Have Found Their Other Half

    "At laaast their love has come along."

    Animals yearn for true love just as much as people do. On those lonely nights, they can't help but wonder: Is my soul mate out there?

    The random hook-ups start to feel empty — just the same old thing, one meaningless fling after another.

    But, when they least expect it, these animals find that special someone. And love blossoms.

    Sometimes, as Paula Abdul tell us in her songs, opposites do indeed attract.

    Sometimes a great dane is, in fact, soul mates with a baby deer. What about it?

    This puppy and his kid are BFFs for life and it's a beautiful thing.

    And these two can't imagine snuggling on the couch with anyone else.

    This little guy can't imagine a better companion.

    This dog looks after his humans like he's a father figure. That love is unconditional.

    Sometimes dogs show their love through synchronized napping.

    And sometimes they just like to take it easy on the couch.

    Sometimes capybaras and cats like to show a little PDA.

    And sometimes a goat and a sheep like to show how much they care.

    These three have been best friends for years.

    And sometimes animals fall in love with objects. Set your judgment aside and just celebrate the joy they feel.

    This kitten couldn't be prouder of her best friend, the dishwasher.

    And this gal found a snowman that caught her eye. It was love at first sight.

    This cat adores her stuffed tiger and no one can tell her not to.

    This pony loves her teddy like a brother.

    And this pug has found love in that sweet, sweet sidewalk. Just leave those two alone for a while. Gotta hug it out.