When the police found these two pitbull puppies wandering the streets in Harlem, New York, they picked them up and took them to a shelter.
Fortunately, they were pulled by a foster named Emily who wanted to care for them until she could find them a home. So, she made arrangements with the shelter and arrived the next morning to pick them up.
The puppies, named Luna and Obi, were skinny and unhealthy and needed their new foster mom to take good care of them. They didn’t know it yet, but they didn’t need to worry. Emily was there to keep them safe, well-fed, and soon they were on their way to better health.
After they realized they no longer had to live in survival mode, their personalities began to come out. They were a little shy at first but before long were playful and having all sorts of happy puppy experiences.
They were smart pups and quickly learned to admit to their foster home. Thanks to Emily, they were learning how to walk on a leash, shake, and all about being loved. They were quickly getting ready to go to their future forever homes.
They didn’t have long to wait because two families wanted to adopt them. Luna was more mellow and snuggly and going to live with a nice couple who lived in an apartment and wanted an indoor dog, which Luna loves.
Luna loved her new apartment and wasn’t even scared to climb the stairs. She quickly got comfortable and claimed a spot on the couch and to her new owner’s delight, loves music as much as they do.
Obi is a little more rambunctious and outgoing and the perfect family was found for him, too. He was going to a home with kids, a yard, and another dog to play with. Obi hit the owner jackpot. When he met his new parents, he instantly made friends with them.
Obi and his new dog big brother Garcia hit it right off. Obi checked out his new house and made himself at home on the couch just like his sister did at her new home. Of course, he loved meeting the human kids, too.
From homeless on the street, the two puppies went on to live their best lives with perfect families. And, now that they’re settled, the puppies get to reunite for the first time after four months in their new home.
Finally, the big day arrives and the two see each other again. After a few barks, they did the zoomies together and it was as if no time passed with them apart. They enjoyed playing together and their owners got to get to know each other. The two remember their sibling bond and it's precious to see.
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