AUGUSTA, Maine (CIRCA via WGME) — A pair of older dogs at the Kennebec Valley Humane Society in Augusta, Maine, are inseparable.
The bond seems so strong that the shelter held a wedding for them.
Jack and Diane were found walking around Augusta in August and were recently pronounced husband and wife by the power vested in the shelter.
“They absolutely love each other, and they do OK walking or being separated for a short time, but they get really anxious if they’re by themselves," said Robin Coston, senior animal care technician at the shelter.
Jack and Diane are a package deal and have to be adopted to the same home. One family briefly adopted the duo in October before returning them when the family realized Jack and Diane wenre't as good a match for the home as they were for each other.
So the newlyweds are back at the shelter waiting for a home.
Jack is estimated to be about 10 years old, while the guess for Diane is about 7. The shelter is offering reduced adoption fees on Valentine's Day.
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