Senior dogs get married in their shelter to help get them adopted together

Because who could say no to these faces?

Senior mixed-breed dogs named Jack and Diane are in it for the long haul.

The doggie duo just got “dog married” to each other at the Kennebec Valley Humane Society in Augusta, Maine, to order to raise awareness about them to potential adopters.

Jack and Diane are estimated to be 10 and 7 years old respectively, and are bonded pair, meaning they need to be adopted together. They were both found as strays in a cemetery in Chelsea, Maine, and brought to the Kennebec Valley Humane Society a few months ago. They’re still waiting to find their perfect forever home. The Humane Society thought since they already are like an “old married couple” they ought to make it official.

"The two were inseparable ever since they were found together as strays," a staffer at the shelter told "GMA."

The ceremony was complete with a red carpet, flower petals an alter and a “Just Married” sign behind them.

Now, who could say no to taking this adorable couple home?

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