Animal friendships that are out of the ordinary are proof that love has no bounds. And these two are well aware of it. Nova, the German Shepherd, and Pacco, the ferret, have been in love since the beginning. Diana Grib, their owner, claims they’re living together as if they’re unaware of their differences.
Diana stated that Nova was the first person she met. The woman introduced her to a variety of creatures from the minute she arrived, including rats, cats, and parrots. Diana spent a significant amount of time educating her dog on how to get along with everyone. Diana set out to find the other pet she’d always wanted when Nova grew up. Her top priority, after contacting several ferret breeders, was to find one that could get along with canines. Her search eventually led her to Krakow, where she met Pacco.
There are some parallels between Nova and Pacco as well. They’re both inquisitive, fun, and courageous. Their similar characteristics and the fact that they both met other animals as children are most likely the reasons they get along so well. Pacco was giving Nova a tour of the new house when they first met, and Nova was following him about like a shadow. Pacco began to pay attention to her after a few days, and the fun began.
They now spend their time together playing, traveling and even sleeping. Diana told Bored Panda, “It sometimes feels like I own two dogs.” The ferret, on the other hand, is the house’s ruler. “It’s understandable, given how cheeky and stubborn ferrets are. Nova is overjoyed to simply have someone by her side.
If you want to own a ferret, Diana says you should read a lot. “You have to know a lot about them, from providing a safe environment in the house to developing a raw cuisine, health difficulties, and dealing with excrement,” she noted. “I spent at least a half-year researching information before getting Pacco. I’m still learning new things about him every day.”
Ferrets aren’t for everyone, Diana said. “To begin with, they bite. Some do it more frequently, while others do it less frequently, but they always let you know if they don’t like anything. They can also detect fear, so if you’re terrified of them, they’ll take advantage of it.” So, unless you have little children or are ready to put up with their neediness, you really shouldn’t acquire one.
Nova, on the other hand, is a dog who is quite friendly. Whether it’s someone she knows or a casual passer-by, she’s always ready to offer her love to the entire world. “She’s also patient, which helps.” Even if Pacco harms her a little while playing, she doesn’t get furious at him.”