“We honestly weren't sure how we would get them adopted, but we just knew that we couldn't say no to [helping] them,” Stewart said. “At first it didn't seem like they were going to make it much longer and we were hoping to find a medical foster for them. Some vet care and love went a long way though, and they came back around.”
Despite Stewart’s concerns, Chewy and Moo found a new family in record time. Tara Flynn, of Collegeville, Pennsylvania, saw their photos in an email newsletter from the rescue and knew she had to go visit them.
“We went to see them on Saturday and fell in love right away,” Flynn told The Dodo. “We were very impressed with their upbeat and positive behavior and their lack of reticence in dealing with people, especially given how they were previously treated. They came home with us that day.”