Thanks to videos that get constantly shared on the internet, I'm beginning to think the world is become like the Charlotte's Web book. Animals as friends is making me believe animals can really talk. I present this midwestern cow and cat as further evidence of my point.

Here's some of the backstory that was shared about a cow named Hershey and his best cat friend.

One-year-old, Hershey the cow and her best friend Rhys, one, the cat have struck up an unlikely friendship in their Indiana farm. Their owner, Sandy Powell, 35, has had the inseparable pair for a little over a year, and they have been pals ever since. She said: "They've always been close."

Oh, yeah. The cat's name is Rhys because animals can practically talk. For what it's worth, I believe these two barnyard buddies are located in Indiana. Just watch.

This video led to one of the longest emoji reactions I've ever seen on YouTube. I don't think I've ever seen so many cows and cats in one reaction before.

See what I mean? It's not like this is a one-time cow/cat thing either. It's practically a trend if you remember this moment from earlier this year.

Not to mention an entire cow herd that took a liking (and licking) to a feline.

Sure, it's not some super-deep thought-provoking topic, but I'd prefer to share senseless barnyard moments like this compared to the more depressing serious news of the past year and a half.

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