This week's crosspost photo is of Vilma and Vivian, a pair of ten month old, Labrador mix sisters at Tails From Greece Rescue (warning: some of the photos on this site of abandoned dogs and cats in Greece are extremely disturbing).
Vilma, with the white stripe on her forehead, and Vivian are a bonded pair. Can you tell?
It looks to me like Vilma and Vivian are beyond bonded. They might actually share the same thoughts.
They were born in October 2010 and have grown up at KAZ, a shelter for stray animals, in Greece. As you can see from the video, both are very sweet and affectionate.
There are loads more videos of Vivianne and Vilma here. I especially like these two videos of Vivianne and Vilma getting baths because their expressions and body postures remind me of Rocky whenever I used to subject him to a bath.
Vivianne unfortunately lost the sight of her right eye from an accident when she was younger - not that it stops her from enjoying life.
It would be really nice if these two could stay together where ever they may end up. It wouldn't really be like having two dogs, though. It would be like having one dog in two bodies. Double the fun and double the luvin'.
Vivian and Vilma are spayed, fully vaccinated and regularly dewormed and will be microchipped prior to joining their new home. Through Tails from Greece Rescue, their air transport fees will be covered.