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“Tail” of forbidden love: Åsna and Emus love story can prevent them from being assumed

Jack and Diane have become local celebrities. Jack and Diane, the male donkey and female emu who allegedly fall in…

Jack and Diane, the male donkey and female emu who allegedly fall in love with each other have become so inseparable, their North Carolina zoo save the animals will not be assumed.

The animals are currently at Carolina Waterfowl Rescue near Charlotte, NC and have also become famous for social media, said animal welfare.

In a number of Facebook posts, the two animals formed side by side or continue to go together. The animal shelter says it will not separate the two (until death divides them), and the staff tries to find the springy woman and her best loved a home forever.

Meanwhile, the protection has tried to fix the couple up with a couple of friends. It did not go well.

“They do not meet with other donkeys or emus”, reads a Facebook post. “They can not put in with other animals.”

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The animal shelter said in a Facebook mail that, like any couple, there are questions in Jack and Diane’s relationship. For one thing, Jack has a jealous stretch that appears when he attacked another donkey near Diane.

But the animals have managed to remain mostly grounded despite becoming viral celebrities. They have begun to receive many visitors, but they still make time for each other. The two animals were held in the same containment until adopted. Jennifer Gordon, of the animal shelter, unfortunately predicted that it will not happen, though.

The animal shelter rescues Jack and Diane will not be assumed.
(Carolina Waterfowl Rescue)

Gordon told Charlotte Observer that she believed that the two animals began to connect because of loneliness. She said that Jack and Diane were found in Kershaw, S.C., where their owners had abandoned Don Juan Donkey and his lovebird, as well as other animals.

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The Animal Home has launched a campaign to raise money for Jack and Diane, who shares a name with a popular song by John Mellencamp and other animal medical bills.

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