People often come into our lives for a reason - to teach us something, or perhaps to help us through a hard time. For a lamb named Snowy and a greyhound named Peejay, meeting each other couldn't have happened at a better time.
Both animals had rough starts to life - Snowy was only a few days old when he was found alone on the side of a road in South Australia. A family picked him up and tried to care for him, but Snowy refused to feed, and he became weak and dehydrated. Peejay, on the other hand, had been forced to race in the Australian greyhound racing industry until he got a ligament injury. Injured greyhounds are often euthanized since they're no longer profitable, but Peejay was lucky to be surrendered to SA Greyhound Adoption, a rescue group.