WATCH: Real Life Fox and Hound Will Make Your Heart Melt

One of the sweetest Disney films is the oft-forgotten The Fox and the Hound, but when we came across this video it was the first thing to pop into our minds. The clip above features the cutest duo we’ve seen in a long time. Tinni (the dog) and Sniffer (the fox) live in a Norwegian forest, and though the two seem like an unlikely pairing it’s clear from the footage that they are completely in love.

The two spend their days running through the forest, playing hide and seek, and sometimes just relaxing together — and the owners were good enough to capture it all to share with the world. One viewing of this darling duo, and we bet that you’ll love these pups so much you’ll want to watch them again and again.

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10 Endangered Species Your Grandchildren May Never See

Sumatran Orangutan
Sumatran Orangutan

Status: Critically Endangered. The population of Sumatran Orangutans have declined more than 80 percent in the last 75 years.

Polar Bear
Polar Bear

Staus: Vulnerable. Climate change, loss of habitat and oil development have contributed to their decline. Some experts estimate that polar bears will be extinct within 100 years.

Red Wolf
Red Wolf

Status: Critically endangered. Thirty years ago, the last 17 remaining red wolves were placed in captivity to ensure their survival. Today, their numbers have increased to about 100, but still face threats from deforestation.

Siberian Tiger
Siberian Tiger

Status: Critically endangered. Siberian tigers are the world’s largest cats. There are an estimated 400 to 500 living in the wild.

Sifaka
Sifaka

Status: Vulnerable. Sifakas are a genus of the lemur family. They are threatened by hunting, habitat loss and slash-and-burn activities. As of 2008, there were an estimated 250 mature individuals in existence.

Vaquita
Vaquita

Status: Critically endangered. It has been estimated that there are only 100 to 300 vaquitas, a family of porpoise, left in the world. They live in the stretch of water between Baja California and Mexico.

Western Gorilla
Western Gorilla

Status: Critically endangered. Extremely high levels of poaching and hunting have dwindled the population. By 2046, experts believe the Western Gorilla population will be reduced by more than 80 percent.

Black Rhino
Black Rhino

Status: Critically endangered. Rhinos are one of the oldest groups of mammals, virtually living fossils. Unfortunately, there are only about 4,848 left on Earth.

Humpback Whale
Humpback Whale

Status: Endangered. As humpback whales continue to be a target for the whaling industry, their numbers face extermination. The current population is estimated to be around 18,000-20,000.

Leatherback Turtle
Leatherback Turtle

Status: Endangered. The greatest threat to leatherback sea turtles is from commercial fisheries and marine pollution. Currently, there are approximately 34,000 nesting females in the wild.

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