LONELY 11-YEAR-OLD DOGS SLEEP ON TOP OF EACH OTHER FOR COMFORT



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Mocha and Hazel were the happiest dogs on earth the day they were reunited. They were each given a bed, but they always chose to sleep in the same one and leave the other one empty. They slumbered in each other’s paws, or they fell asleep curled up, one on top of the other.

Source: Crissy DeAngelo / Road to Home Rescue Support

During the day, Mocha sat in the sunlight. She had missed it badly while she was in the shelter, and she closed her eyes and raised her nose to the window any chance she got.

She plopped down on her back in the yard and rolled like crazy until Hazel got so excited she ran over and started kissing her. Hazel followed their foster mom everywhere she went, just to make sure she and her sister were finally safe.


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Source: Cynthia Raven / Road to Home Rescue Support

Sadly, Mocha and Hazel’s foster mom is unable to keep them any longer, and Road to Home Rescue is looking for an emergency foster or forever family for the sisters. They also both need ACL surgery for their legs, which requires a short recovery time and can be done easily through the rescue.

Elyse keeps thinking about the last time she saw Mocha and Hazel. When she got up to leave, Mocha followed her, and she curled her leg around her rescuer in a hug. She licked her face, and then she stayed there for a while, holding on tight, until Elyse had to go.

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