Dog climbs wall at an animal shelter to be next to her best friend
Linda and Brenda are now looking for a home together.
Dogs have best friends just like people do, and it's not a good idea to keep two besties separated for too long. Especially when they're dogs and can smell each other right next door. At least that's what one animal shelter is finding out with their two pit bull rescues who were found wandering the streets together as strays.
Linda and Brenda were brought in together to Minneapolis Animal Care and Control and were placed in kennels side by side, separated by a half wall. But Brenda couldn't take it any longer and decided that she was going to see Linda, even if it meant figuring out how to fly. Well, flying probably wasn't on her mind, but she certainly went full "Mission Impossible" and found a way to the other side where her friend was being held.
The staff at the shelter knew the two pitties were brought in as a pair, but they didn't realize that they were so bonded until one morning the staff was greeted by the two besties instead of one.
They couldn't figure out how Brenda got into Linda's kennel, so they rolled back the security cameras, and there it was. Brenda, with her own super spy theme music playing in her head, climbing the wall between her and Linda so they could be together.
"Me and another employee were walking through the kennels and we walked by and we had to do a triple take, like, 'what's going on,' cause two pitties came to the front of the kennel to greet us," an employee told CBS Philadelphia.
It was then they realized they had to do what they could to make sure Linda and Brenda were adopted together, but until that day comes, the pair are still at the shelter. Learn all about the best buds and the daring feat below.