Here’s the news everyone has been waiting for! A new study has found some important information, and it will change your life!

Researchers recently found that having a pet can improve your overall health, and the results have gone viral, as expected!

Upon finding out about this information, Girl Scouts Hermela Amanuel and Melanie Marx from Los Angeles decided they were going to allow more people to experience these benefits, such as being more active, moving more and just being outdoors.

So, the two girls went to a shelter, and picked up some adoptable pets, Bane, Barney and Adele, and decided to take them somewhere where people will get a chance to love on these friendly little pooches.

The girls took the pets to the Culver City Senior Center, hoping that people there will fall in love with the animals.

“We love animals and we wanted to do something with the elderly,” said Hermela.

Recent studies have also shown that sets help reduce heart disease, depression and even stress. And with all of those health benefits, many people are wondering why more seniors aren’t adopting pets.

Their reason was, they have trouble getting to the shelter, and some find that the adoption process is quite ‘daunting’.

So because of this, shelters are bringing these furry friends to senior centers, to make it easier on them.

“Our goal is to bring the pets to the people with things like our Catty Wagon here, so we make it easy,” said Aimee Gilbreath, from Michelson Found Animals.

They have said that when walking to a house with a pet, you just feel as if there’s something there waiting for you, and it’s a good feeling.

We are so impressed with these girls actions, and we hope they know what a lasting difference they made in these people’s lives.

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