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Blind pup and his “seeing-eye” cat looking for a forever home together in Alberta

Via Saving Grace Animal Society / Facebook

From companionship to fighting crime, animals do everything they can to make our lives easier. What’s even more incredible, is that they’ll also go to great lengths in order to help out their fellow furry friends, which is just the case of Spike and his seeing-eye cat, Max. The duo currently resides at the Saving Grace Animal Society in Alix, Alberta.

Grab the nearest tissue box and settle in, because this one will make your eyes all leaky and your insides mushy and warm.

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Say hello to Spike and Max!!

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Posted by Saving Grace Animal Society on Monday, January 25, 2021

According to the organization, Eight-year-old, Spike, a sweet little blind pup, and his counterpart/ “comfort animal” Max, were surrendered earlier this week.

Max and Spike have lived together for their entire lives, most of which was spent outdoors. Inevitably because they grew up side by side, the two are inseparable now.

Unfortunately, in their old age and with Spike’s fleeting eyesight, their previous owners no longer feel like they’re able to give them the care that they need.

“The family felt an indoor retirement home was best.” the organization said in a Facebook post.

Luckily, because Saving Grace believes that it’s important they remain a duo – Spike and Max will be placed up for adoption as a team. *Sniffle.*

So, if you’re willing and able to adopt this adorable little family, visit their website here for updates. They’re currently undergoing their routine vet checks, but will be available soon! Let’s find Max and Spike a Forever home!

SAVING GRACE ANIMAL SOCIETY 

Where: 4932 50TH Avenue, Alix, Alberta