Two rescue dogs have permanent scars after their previous owner had glued jewels onto the top of their heads. Meet Peanut Butter and Jelly; two bonded pooches who had identical marks on their heads, and that were surrendered to a California shelter.
According to Sonoma County Animal Services, costume jewels had been glued to their heads which had to be removed by a veterinarian. Months later, the hair on top of their heads has not grown back.
The 12-year-old dogs were then transferred to Muttville Senior Dog Rescue to help them find loving homes. Peanut Butter is a male beagle and pug mix (Puggle) and is active; he had become one of the staff favorites. He weighs 22 pounds, loves to explore and wagging his tail. Jelly is a female Chihuahua mix and weighs 14 pounds; her favorite activity is to snuggle. She loves attention and bounces “like a lamb when she gets excited.”
Right now the two are being fostered and have won the hearts of thousands on TikTok. Their adoption fee has been covered by one of their supporters. Lisa Arden, who is their foster mom, has created the popular social media account for the pups which has already garnered more than 2.7 million views.
Check out their TikTok reel: