Fun 107’s Wet Nose Wednesday continues to prove each week that there are SouthCoast families ready and willing to adopt local animals who need a forever home. Each week, we give the spotlight to one lucky animal in hopes the right person will see that animal's sweet face and instantly fall in love.

With the help of shelters in the area, we have connected people with their new, furry best friend, and it warms my heart to see it every time. This week, we hope to keep these lovable puppies together from Forever Paws Animal Shelter in Fall River.

Say hello to Rocky and Rolla. They are rat terrier mixes who are about 15 weeks old and completely attached at the hip. They are a bonded pair and will not be separated, so these two tiny pups will be a package deal.

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Rocky and Rolla’s ideal family will have the time and energy for two young puppies. Patience is a plus, too. Puppies aren’t easy, between the housebreaking, chewing, training, and nipping, but with a little patience, Rocky and Rolla will become loyal companions who will grow old with you and your family.

They are still very young and get a little nervous during the first meeting. Forever Paws suggests a home with adults or a home with children at least 12 years of age.

Since Rocky and Rolla are only 15 weeks, they are still in foster care and will not be available to be visited at the shelter, but if you think these two cuties would make a great addition to your home, contact Forever Paws online and don’t forget to like them on Facebook.

Forever Paws Animal Shelter

300 Lynwood Street, Fall River, MA 02721

(508) 677-9154

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