After being rescued last year, Juniper, a North American red fox, met her soulmate, an Australian Shepard mix named Moose.
The animals' mom, Jessika, told Caters News Agency, "Foxes are especially fond of dogs when raised together. She acts like a little girl with a crush around him."
Jessika explained to Bored Panda recently, "Juniper is in love with Moose and spends all day trying to get as much of his attention as possible.
"I brought Juniper home when she was only five weeks old. Moose was raised around all kinds of animals so when she ran up to him tail wagging and crying they were instantly friends."
The feelings were mutual, Jessika said.
"She normally takes a spot on our bed with Moose. Juniper, being infatuated with Moose, likes to lay on top of him," Jessika added. "So every night, we have an 80-pound dog sprawled out in between us and a 13-pound fox sleeping on top of him."
while the pair's friendship seems like something that came straight from a children's book, Jessika made sure to warn viewers via Instagram that having a fox is nothing like having a dog or cat.
"Foxes smell. Bad. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to 'de-scent' a fox. Foxes are destructive, they will destroy things in your house. They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die.
In other words, don't run out and get yourself a pet fox. Instead, you can follow Juniper and Moose here on Instagram.