Even animals get by with a little help from their friends.
These two may be the most heartwarming duo we've seen all year. Isaac, a blind Husky, was found Monday roaming the streets of Fontana, Calif. with his bestie Isabella, a chihuahua and terrier mix who serves as her pal's seeing eye dog, the LA Weekly reports.
The STAND Foundation, which rescues neglected pets, has taken in the BFFs and is looking for someone to adopt the dogs as a unit.
"They’re the dynamic duo. They’re a bonded pair. They’re inseparable,” Fred Kaplan of the foundation told CBS. “They want to stay close together all the time.”
Whenever Isaac leaves Isabella's side, she calls out for him, and when he reappears, her tail wags eagerly, according to the San Bernardino Sun.
After a veterinarian checks out the two pups -- particularly Isaac's vision, believed to be affected by glaucoma -- they will be ready for adoption.
If you want to help, send contributions to the STAND Foundation, P.O. Box 5921, Sherman Oaks, CA 91413, or use firstname.lastname@example.org for PayPal.