- The photos of a 2-year-old boy, Bentley, and a dog have got many emotional on social media
- Bentley could be seen hugging the puppy that he just adopted as his own
- The dog once had surgery for a cleft lip, like the 2-year-old boy
A 2-year-old boy, Bentley, has become an internet sensation after he adopted a puppy that suffered the kind of medical condition of a cleft lip that he once faced.
According to the Facebook post by Jackson Country Animal Shelter Michigan, the adoption was so meaning-packed for all of them that they wanted the pictures of the boy and the dog to “speak for themselves”.
They said that the boy and the dog took an instant liking to each other as they wished them years of pure joy as they both grow up together.
Many who commented on the post which has over 38,000 shares as at the time of writing this post said theirs is a lovely story as they wished them continuous happiness.
Read their Facebook post below:
Below are the ways people reacted to their photos:
The photo got some people emotional as they shed tears.
Commenting on the post, Linda Farmer said the smile on Bentley's face is proof that his joy knows no bound.
Another commenter said the dog and the little boy were made for each other.
Polen said the pictures speak for themselves.
Meanwhile in other cute animal news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a South African man has left the country in stitches after a video of him having a meeting with his livestock went viral. The video was uploaded to Twitter by @CherrolNgobese The video has gained over 1 000 views.
The animals are gathered in front of the man and what makes it truly funny is the seriousness in his voice whilst addressing them. The animals stand still as though they are listening intently. Briefly.co.za translated the hilarious video:
"We are in a meeting now. I called this meeting to let you guys know I don't have your maize yet. I came home late yesterday and I couldn't buy it. I'm going to head to Stanger (north of Durban) now to buy some for you guys. I hope you understand."
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