Sister Act! These Adorable Siblings Are Ready to Be Your Lifetime Companions

BLOSSOM AND BUTTERCUP are sisters looking for a home! These five-month-old mixed-breed pups were found abandoned in a field and are now available for adoption at Friends for Life. What a great opportunity for a family looking to double the cuteness in their life!


The sisters have more than just good looks — they are sweeties with lots of love to give! They enjoy treats and rides in the car. The pair are learning to love their leashes, and as soon as they are a little older and the pavement isn't so hot, they will be great companions on walks or runs.

They will grow up to be large dogs weighing as much as 65 pounds each and will make great lifetime companions!

Blossom and Buttercup are available for adoption through Friends for Life. Cute-animal-video fans might recall that, in 2019, Friends for Life Animal Rescue went viral online for a video of one of its cats repeatedly letting other cats out of their cages! The org certainly knows something about adorable pets — and wants to help you find your next one (could it be Blossom and Buttercup?!) today.

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