Shelter Throws Adorable Wedding For Senior Rescue Dog Couple To Increase Their Chances Of Adoption

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We are still at the beginning of 2019, but we can already say that Jack and Diane are probably the cutest furry couple of the year. These two dogs used to be homeless, and in summer 2018, they were found in a local cemetery in Maine with their leashes tied together. The Kennebec Valley Humane Society is currently taking care of them, who are still inseparable and seem to share a deep connection.
Jack and Diane, since they need each other so much, must be adopted together, so the staff decided to throw an adorable wedding for them. It was posted on social media in order to get attention and possibly find a new home for the couple. Since they’re both senior dogs, an ideal home for them should have no little kids or other pets.
The inseparable couple loves to snuggle up on the couch or bed, and are going to provide an endless supply of cuddles and love to the person who chooses to adopt them. If you want to know more about Jack and Diane, feel free to visit the Humane Society’s website.

Jack and Diane were found together in a local cemetery in Maine back in 2018.

Their leashes were tied together and they’re currently taken care of by the Kennebec Valley Humane Society.

They are inseparable and shared a deep connection with each other.

The Kennebec Valley Humane Society decided to organize a beautiful wedding for the two dogs in the hopes of getting enough attention and finding a new home for the couple.

Since they’re both senior dogs, they need a new home that does not have other pets or little kids. They must be adopted together and there’s a $50 adoption fee for the couple.