They say that you can meet the love of your life somewhere unexpected. Don’t believe us? Then just ask Jukebox and Agatha; who are the 2 pit bulls that live at the Pima Animal Care Center located in Tuscan, Arizona.
Both these dogs entered at the shelter at two different times. Agatha was given to the shelter by her previous owner while Jukebox was found as a stray. Soon both of them found each other and now their connection is inseparable.
Director of the animal services named, Kristen Hassen-Auerbach said, “when a pair of bonded animals come to the shelter, they spend their whole life with each other. But these 2 did not know each other before. They met with each other in a group play and from that day on they were truly inseparable.”
These two dogs now share a kennel with each other and spend all of their time in each other’s loving company. They also do not care about the privacy as they love to snuggle on one bed when its lights out.
Nikki Reck, the worker of the shelter said, “There is a lot of space for both of them to stretch about but they still share the same small bed. They actually prefer it this way.”
A photo of these dogs went viral over social media and the staff of the shelter hopes that it will help them get a forever home soon.
Reck said, “we do not want a pair of dogs to find a same forever home normally as it usually takes a long time. But with these 2 we hope that they do find the same home and we would really love that. These two are really meant to be.”
As for Jukebox and Agatha, they are both making all the efforts to make the potential adopters fall in love with them.
It was rare for these dogs to have found each other as the shelter nearly has over 17000 animals each year and 400 of them are just dogs.