A super-cute kangaroo and his soft toy rabbit have become inseparable after the spring-heeled marsupial was sent the companion by a kind-hearted fan.
And there's no better proof of their bond than this adorable picture.
Roger, an alpha male, was rescued as a baby after his mum was hit by a car in 2006.
Concerned he might get lonely, sanctuary staff gave him the toy to play with.
And after initially attacking the stuffed bunny, the pair are now inseparable.
Chris Barnes, who works at Alice Springs Kangaroo Sanctuary in Australia, where the kangaroo lives, said: "Roger received the bunny from a fan."
He added: "I thought Roger would probably like to play with his soft toy.
"When I gave it to him he snatched it off me really quickly and proceeded to attack it, giving it a 'bear hug' and wrestling it, even hugging it and kicking out as he would do in kick boxing match, he's an expert kick boxer.
"After about 10 minutes of not giving up his bunny, Roger lost interest in it, but when I tried to take it off him he tried to attack me instead, which is a daily ritual.
"I rescued Roger as an orphan in 2006 from his dead mum on the highway.
"Baby kangaroos are often found still alive in the pouches of dead kangaroos out on the roadside.
"Today he is alpha male at The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs and will attack anyone or anything that gets too close to him or his women."