2 canine siblings
When David Kidd was out with his dog Monty in Great Britain, he observed another dog that looked identical to him. It came out that the other dog’s name was Rosie. Monty and Rosie were pleased to see each other and started hugging as if they had been apart for a long time. They were, it turned out.
When their owners discussed the dogs’ reactions to one another, they discovered that Monty and Rosie were siblings who had been raised together but given to different families by the breeder.
»One day, while walking Rosie, my husband and I came across David. Monty, the dog owned by Rosie and David, leaped up and immediately began to cuddle. It was incredible. According to Susan Killip, Rosie’s owner, “It turned out they had grown up together and recognised each other after a long gap.”
On June 30, 2019, Rosie and Monty were born at the bishop Middleham residence. Only these two pups spent their entire time together out of the litter’s total of six. The dogs could no longer interact and play together once they were eventually split up. They may now interact more frequently because of their owners’ familiarity with one another.
pls look at what my dad sent me this morning I cannot even😭❣️🐶 pic.twitter.com/QTy5J8uEwZ
— Libby Pincher (@libpincher) May 19, 2020
Susan Killip recalls, “We hope to be able to share our pets’ birthdays together and intend to meet Monty’s owners again.”
The unexpected sibling reunion is all the more heartwarming because Rosie and Monty’s owners live in different places, making it unlikely that the canines would ever meet again. Images of Rosie and Monty hugging went viral on social media after Susan Killip posted them. Users loved the furry family members.