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Update on bonded senior dogs surrendered by cancer victim


Two bonded senior dogs, who found themselves homeless after their cancer-stricken owner was transferred to a hospice facility, have found a loving home. According to the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS), the dogs, 18-year-old Bruno and 17-year-old Caramel have been adopted by two men, Bruce and Jim, who learned about them through Facebook.

The BARCS Shelter stated:

Bruno and Caramel found their angels! Meet Bruce and Jim, new daddies to our incredible, super-senior duo.


“Bruce and Jim have vowed to love and care for Bruno and Caramel whether they have a week or a lifetime ahead them. When they picked them up today, Bruno was snuggled up in Bruce’s lap. He told our staff that, “Bruno has a lap every day for the rest of his life, whether it’s for a day, a month or for years.”

BARCS also let everyone know that the dogs’ former owner can rest easy knowing that her beloved pets are in good hands. The shelter stated:

BARCS staff spoke with their first mommy, who is in hospice care, to let her know her babies are safe and loved. She was overcome with relief.

Prior story about these bonded senior dogs here.
[Source Story: Pet Rescue Report ]



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