Some things complement each other like cookies and cream, and Jukebox and Agatha. A male pit bull named Jukebox and a female pit bull named Agatha became attached after meeting at a shelter. Jukebox and Agatha lived together to make room for other dogs, and they even shared beds, also though there were two beds provided. The adoption center knew that getting the dogs adopted would be a challenge for them because finding a family that would take two dogs is extremely difficult.
Jukebox and Agatha’s bond was very inspirational. A shelter in Arizona named Pima County Animal Care took the two dogs and was intent on finding a new home for Jukebox and Agatha. Nikki, one of the personnel who works at the shelter, said that Jukebox and Agatha were in the sanctuary for a long time. She thinks that It was almost impossible for Jukebox and Agatha to have a family that would adopt them.
Finally, a couple named Erin and Ubaldo saw the pictures of Jukebox and Agatha online and decided to meet the dogs personally. The couple recently just lost their dog and wanted to bring another dog into their life, but eventually, they end up adopting Jukebox and Agatha.
The bond and friendly manner of Jukebox and Agatha made the couple enthralled. It was love and first sight to them, the shelter was so happy that finally Jukebox and Agatha had a family.
As soon as Jukebox and Agatha arrived at their new home, the excitement never left on their faces, and their tails never stopped wagging. The two dogs were inseparable; they still share their toys, bed, and even share the same water bowl at the same time.
Photos from Facebook via Jukebox and Agatha.