Have you ever heard of the phrase "my brother from another mother" or "sister from another mother"? It usually means two individuals from different families who are so close that it feels like they're siblings. Well this phrase doesn't exist only among humans.
Animals share the same types of relationships. In fact, not only does their relationship feel like a brotherly bond, they sometimes resemble each other too! This can be any combination from dog and cat to dog and horse to bunny and dear. The possibilities are endless! This proves any two animals can get along, if in the right environment.
Here's a few "brothers" to look at. Some of them, you can't even tell apart!
"He looks a little different, but I still love him."
"We'll get through this, bro."
"You can't accuse us of something we didn't do!"
"We are one."
"You have to get through me first to get to my bro."
"We don't need the same eye color to be brothers."
"Don't worry, I'll figure a way over this thing."
"We got to be in unison at all times!"
"We're one big happy family, can't you tell?"
"I want to grow up as big as you one day."
"We're ready for our photoshoot now."
"I think we'll get far in life with our cuteness."
"Size doesn't mean everything!"
"Woah check out that babe over there."
"Who's the odd one out? None of us!"
"Did you see that squirrel?"
"We're fierce and fabulous, get used to it."
"We look spectacular either way."
"That's not my fur, it's his."
"If so, back up now before I rip your face off."
"What do you mean one of us is adopted, we look exactly the same."
"It's not wrong if we're only doing eskimo kisses right?"
"We're different but we're different together."
"He's the one always jumping everywhere."
"You're the best thing that's ever happened to me."