Dogs reunite in Wash. a year after being separated
SEATTLE — Two dogs who were brought to the United States together, then separated for adoption, were reunited in Seattle over the weekend.
Pam Corwin said she witnessed two couples with identical dogs walking toward each other at Pike Place Market on Saturday.
“Suddenly, the dogs ran towards each other and went totally crazy,” Corwin wrote on Facebook. “The dogs recognized each other!”
She went over to watch the dogs’ adorable interaction when she overheard the owners talking. She said they figured out the dogs were siblings brought over to the U.S. from Russia on the same plane over a year ago so they could be adopted.
“They even had identifying tattoos that confirmed it,” Corwin wrote.
The dogs continued to play for over half an hour, and the owners exchanged numbers to set up playdates, she said.
I witnessed the coolest thing today!
I was at my booth at Pike Place Market and two couples (who didn’t know each other) were walking towards each other with identical dogs. Suddenly, the dogs ran towards each other and went totally crazy. I went over to watch because it was so adorable, and as I stood there soaking up the love, the couples figured out that the dogs are siblings and came over on the same plane to be adopted from Russia a year ago! The dogs recognized each other!
They even had identifying tattoos that confirmed it. This joyful reunion went on for over a half an hour, in fact they were still at it when I left the market.(I heard the couples exchanging phone numbers, so now they can have play dates, which made me very happy)
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Posted by Pam Corwin on Saturday, 10 February 2018