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A Tiny Dog Was Put In A Cage With A 500 Pound Lion. I Was Surprised By What Happened

A 500-pound lion named Bonedigger and Milo, a tiny 11-pound Dachshund, formed an unlikely friendship. The two were put together five years ago at the G.W. Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood, Oklahoma when Bonedigger was a cub.
Bonedigger was born with a metabolic bone disease that left him mildly crippled, so Milo was there to look after him and keep him company. Today they are inseparable and spend all day together.

Bonedigger gives Milo affection at the zoo in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.

Bonedigger gives Milo affection at the zoo in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
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The two are so close that Milo cleans Bonedigger's teeth.

The two are so close that Milo cleans Bonedigger's  teeth.
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They've developed a very close bond over the last 5 years.

They've developed a very close bond over the last 5 years.
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Milo has even learned how to growl like a lion, copying Bonedigger's way of communicating as he would with other lions in the wild.

Milo has even learned how to growl like a lion, copying Bonedigger's way of communicating as he would with other lions in the wild.

Bonedigger shares a meal with Milo and his other Dachshund friends.

Bonedigger shares a meal with Milo and his other Dachshund friends.
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The 500-pound lion is happy to relax on the roof of his hut with a couple of dogs, Milo and Bullet.

The 500-pound lion is happy to relax on the roof of his hut with a couple of dogs, Milo and Bullet.

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