Shelter holds wedding for bonded seniors who are waiting for a home


A shelter in Maine did something sweet for two bonded senior dogs who are in their care…gave them a wedding. The canine nuptials were held for Jack and Diane, two mixed breed dogs who are waiting to be discovered at the Kennebec Valley Humane Society.

On February 7, Facebook fans of the animal shelter were treated to darling images of the groom and bride. In a Facebook post, the shelter wrote:

Jack & Diane have finally made things official and tied the knot, and what a beautiful celebration it was! Our blushing bride and handsome groom may be considered “seniors”, but they will forever be young at heart!🐾

And you know where they’d like to go for their honeymoon?

Home.

As reported by ABC On Your Side, the dogs were picked up in August and their love for one another has been undeniable. Because of their bond, the shelter is seeking a home which can accommodate them both. If you are interested in learning more about Jack and Diane, please reach out to the shelter directly.

Phone: (207) 626-3491

Website at this link.

Facebook page for the shelter at this link.

(Image via Kennebec Valley Humane Society Facebook page/Sabrina Beggs)




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