Rescue Dogs and Their Inseparable Bond

See how well these adorable rescue dogs are doing after being adopted.
1:05 | 10/26/15

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Finally tonight here, America strong. Two best friends with a new home. It was right here, you met Kayla and Keira. Kayla, the brown 8-month-old hundred mix hugging the 1-year-old boxer mix. The hug captured in a Georgia shelter, but the snapshot was soon seen all over the country. It was believed they were just hours away from being put down at the shelter. But the image posted by the human society then shared by the charity angels among us, pet rescue. They came up with a message from the dogs, saying, we've comforted each other while we were here and it went on to say, they need help. Sit. Get it! Reporter: And word tonight of the best development yet. Adopted by two Georgia residents, Wendy and Pam, who wanted to make sure the dogs would stay together forever. Wendy had recently lost her two elderly dogs tonight. Tonight, saying, their family turning their tears into smiles. While giving those hugging dogs their new home. Great news tonight. Thank you for watching here on a Monday evening. I'm David Muir. We hope to see you right back here tomorrow.

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