Dog leaped over animal shelter wall to be with friend. Now they’re adopted together

Friends of Minneapolis Animal Care & Control

Two pit bull terriers shared a kennel at a Minnesota animal shelter when one jumped over a wall to be with the other.

Now they’ll share a home, too.

Friends of Minneapolis Animal Care & Control said in a Tuesday, June 6, Facebook post Linda and Brenda were adopted after their video went viral.

“So happy TOGETHER!” the animal care organization said. “Brenda and Linda are now in their furever home!”

@friendsofmacc Brenda and Linda found their furever home TOGETHER! Thank you to all of our frens who shared to make this pawsible for them#happytogether #bestfriends ♬ Happy Together

The shelter shared video Saturday, June 3, of Brenda climbing the partition from her kennel, then jumping into the space occupied by her friend, Linda.

The two dogs arrived at the shelter together May 22, McClatchy News reported.

“Me and another employee were walking through the kennels, and we walked by and we had to like triple take, like, what’s going on, because two pitties came to the front of the kennel to greet us, and we were like, ‘What?’” Madison Weissenborn told WCCO.

The dogs remained in the same kennel until they were adopted.

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