Arnold Schwarzenegger, the superstar who forever lives in the soul of every boy of the 90s, presented an extremely cute video in which came together with their favorite animals.
The highlight of this story is that favorite animals iron Arnie – not dogs and not cats, and a donkey named Lulu and a pony named Whiskey.
“Don’t eat alone” – so signed video Arnold Schwarzenegger, because it clearly shows how animals try to steal food from the table of his friend.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, photo Instagram
Until recently the public did not know that an actor has such animals with whom he has a very strong and close relationship. Just a few months ago, Arnold posted the photo with the pony, which caused a wide resonance and a lot of positive feedback. It was after such a warm reaction Schwarzenegger decided to acquaint the public with the donkey, and show how together they go to work.
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Recall that the star of “Terminator” is already 72 years old. In addition to acting and a career in bodybuilding, Schwarzenegger visited the Governor of California.
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