A cheetah cub and a puppy have become best friends, thanks to an animal welfare programme created at a zoo in Australia.
Keepers at Taronga Western Plains Zoo recruited a puppy to help Siri the nine-week-old cheetah cub in order to help her socialise after she was rejected by her mother.
More cute animal videos: Bear, lion and tiger become best friends at zoo
Iris the retriever-mastiff puppy was introduced to Siri for some playtime, and the friendship seems to be going very well.
The zoo is the only one in the world to successfully breed cheetahs, and thanks to their decision to introduce her to the playful puppy, Siri is learning how to interact with other animals.
The cheetah is the fastest land animal in the world, with a slender, long-legged body built for speed. They can be distinguished from other big cats by their smaller size, spotted coats, small heads and ears and distinctive "tear stripes" that stretch from the corner of the eye to the side of the nose.
Orphaned baby deer and puppy become friends (cute photos)
Cheetah jumps into safari jeep, stunning tourist
Mum drops toddler into cheetah enclosure at zoo