It’s so cute.
Ruffles and Fritos, please. The colorful “variety pack” of puppies that their mom is raising includes the charming schnauzer-terrier hybrids. They are connected, and they have the cutest manner of communicating by holding paws together.
One more rescue, LA Humane Society of NWLA (HSNWLA) volunteer Sarrah Walton said, “Baby Mommas contacted out and needed us to accept them. These puppies came to reside with us at HSNWLA because they are all in extremely good health and [they] usually deal with puppies with specific needs.
Despite having eight other siblings between them, Fritos and Ruffles genuinely enjoy holding hands whenever the mood strikes.
When they’re all sleeping, they all cuddle very closely, according to Walton. “This lovely moment was captured on camera.”
It’s difficult to tell how frequently Fritos and Ruffles hold paws, but they appear to do so to escape the noise and bustle of the shelter.
Fritos and Ruffles like playing with toys or relaxing on one of the cozy dog beds at the shelter when they aren’t soothing one another. They work together on all they do.
The whole group, according to Walton, “is amiable, playful, and lovely.”
Our town is fortunate in that all rescuers cooperate to save lives, according to Walton. “They will all be fully immunized, chipped, and spayed or neutered.”
Ruffles and Fritos will probably stick together until then, even if none of the 12-week-old puppies are yet ready to find their ultimate homes.