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A Holiday Emergency Brought Two Abandoned Dogs Together

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Out of Barkness, Comes Light!

Sometimes, it takes a tragedy to bring together two souls who may never have met otherwise. This is true of humans — think of all the tragic love stories you’ve ever heard — but it’s not just us. For our canine best friends, sometimes rock bottom can be a fantastic foundation on which to build something new.

Dogs become friends in animal shelter

Source: Facebook / Second Chance Rescue NYC Dogs

In this inspiring story, we meet Olaf, a 1-year-old bull mastiff, and a little puppy named Mariah, who made a special connection when they were both down-and-out on Christmas eve.

Click below to read the full story on Olaf and Mariah – it’s bound to give you all of the New Year feels. Don’t forget to SHARE this inspiring story with all your friends!

The Bite Of The Snake

Dogs become friends in animal shelter

Source: Facebook / Second Chance Rescue NYC Dogs

This is Olaf. He’s a 1-year-old bull mastiff who was surrendered to a NYC shelter just a few days before Christmas. While he was in the care of his neglectful former parents, he was bitten by a venomous snake, and the wound became infected.

After an emergency surgery at the shelter, Olaf was on the track to getting better real soon — but he was the new kid on the block, and he needed some TLC.

And Then…

Dogs become friends in animal shelter

Source: Facebook / Second Chance Rescue NYC Dogs

This adorable, 6-week-old puppy is named Mariah, and it may be hard to believe, but on Christmas Eve this cutie was found abandoned in a parking lot, filthy and with symptoms of hypothermia. She, too, was sent to the shelter to spend the holidays among other homeless doggies.

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