Jeffrey and Jermaine were 6 month old puppies when they were found on the streets of Philadelphia in October 2013.
Jeffrey and Jermaine are not your average stray dogs. Jeffrey is blind, and Jermaine, his brother, is his guide dog.
The animal shelter that rescued the puppies wanted to have the two puppies adopted together. Since Jeffrey can't see, he needs Jermaine to guide him around new places.
The animal shelter posted a picture of the two puppies sleeping. This cute photo, which shows the dogs hugging, soon went viral and was viewed by millions of people around the world. There were more than 10,000 offers to give the dogs a new home. Some of the offers came from places as far away as South Africa.
Happily, the puppies were soon adopted by a local family. "They are always together," says their new family member. "They are usually touching and even eat out of the same bowl. Jermaine puts his nose in the bowl, but he won't start eating until Jeffrey gets there, too. It is true brotherly love."