As soon as Wilhardt learned that Picasso was on the euthanasia list, she immediately agreed to take him in. It wasn't until a later conversation that she learned Picasso's brother, Pablo, was also at the shelter, waiting to be put down.
"I could not imagine leaving the brother behind to die, so I checked with Ashley, our Luvable manager, to be sure we had the space for both, and then told Shannon to pull them off the euthanasia list – Luvable would take both boys," Wilhardt said.
When the brothers finally arrived into the rescue's care, no one understood how anyone could ever give them up. Both boys are incredibly sweet and gentle, and on top of loving every person they meet, they also have an intense love for each other.