Dogs find it easy to be friends with humans. Dogs, however, can also build a friendship with their fellow dogs. These two dogs – Bonnie and Clyde – prove this narrative as they refuse to leave each other’s side. The two dogs were brought to the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control (MCACC) when the volunteers saw the two dogs wandering the streets of Phoenix, Arizona.
Bonnie is a Labrador mix, while Clyde is a Chihuahua, and it would be impossible that the two would become friends. Although they are different in so many ways – notably in size – the two dogs transcend these differences and instead focus on their similarities. They then became inseparable.
The volunteers of the animal shelter realized that the two are bonded, so it would be impossible to separate them in two different homes. This is why the volunteers tried their best to find a potential home for the two.
Although it was a difficult job, the volunteers still tried. Good thing, a family visited the animal shelter one day. The Hayes family was looking for two dogs to adopt. According to the head of the family, they want to take two dogs for their three daughters. The three daughters have wished for dogs because they envy their playmates who have dogs.
When the volunteers heard this, they immediately introduced Bonnie and Clyde to the family. At first, the Hayes family was reluctant to take the two dogs. They checked other dogs inside the animal shelter, but it was the three daughters who told their dad to adopt Bonnie and Clyde instead.
It was such a happy development for the volunteers because Bonnie and Clyde can finally have a family of their own. The Hayes’ daughters decided to take the two dogs because they find Bonnie and Clyde interesting to take care of.
Credits to Maricopa County Animal Care & Control.