Dogs who lost their home can’t stop cuddling in the shelter

Being put in a shelter is always difficult for a dog.

The dog is not sure about why they were taken from their home, and they don’t know why they’re now in this loud place, surrounded by lots of other dogs. It’s understandable why they’re confused.

Meet CC and Chewbacca – two dogs who have lost their homes, their time at rescue shelters can be a frightening and lonely experience. However, two furry pals were fortunate enough to stay together after they lost their home, and they comforted one another throughout their entire stay.

Little CC has a favorite spot, and that’s on top of her friend big Chewbacca.

They soon noticed that two would cuddle incessantly, and despite Chewbacca’s towering size, he always welcomed CC to snuggle against his soft fur.

“Pretty much every time we walk by their kennel, CC is either sitting on Chewy or draped over him or curled up against him,” Animal Rescue League of Iowa spokesperson Jessica Jorgenson tells. “Chewy, for his part, doesn’t mind at all. They both like being close to each other.”

Chewbacca and little CC are pretty much always cuddling when we walk by their kennel – and that usually means CC is somehow draped over Chewy. These 2 love going on walks and car rides and being involved in whatever you’re doing, the shelter said. Two dogs lived with their loving family for many years.

Unfortunately, they were incompatible with a newborn baby with allergies, and they were brought to the Animal Rescue League of Iowa. Luckily, the pair was able to remain by each other’s side at the rescue center. If they were inseparable before, they were now truly joined at the hip!

“Pretty much every time we walk by their kennel, CC is either sitting on Chewy or draped over him or curled up against him,” spokesperson Jessica Jorgenson told. Chewbacca and CC are both, unsurprisingly, gentle and well-behaved.

The duo now has a new family with other furry siblings, which includes two dogs and three pigs. Tough times reveal true friends, and this pair definitely proved to be the truest of pals. The dogs get along with cats and other dogs.

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