Found a home for this hound! George Clooney and his wife, Amal Alamuddin, adopted a sweet shelter dog named Millie on Wednesday, Oct. 28.
The happy couple stopped by the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society in San Gabriel, Calif., where Millie — a short-legged, long-eared basset hound with googly eyes — adorably awaited their love.
"It was a happy day at the shelter for Millie!" the shelter wrote on its website on Wednesday. "She is a four-year-old Basset Hound mix with gorgeous looks that would land her on any 'Hush Puppies' commercial!"
According to the website, Milie was homeless up until several weeks ago. "Millie was found without a home and hoping for food scraps outside of a local restaurant in San Gabriel earlier this month," the post revealed. "Today her luck changed for the better when she was adopted by George and Amal Clooney."
The Clooneys, meanwhile, were already in search for a basset hound like Millie, whose photo they came actress on pet search-engine Petfinder. On Wednesday, they brought along their adopted cocker spaniel Louie to meet Millie, and potentially see if they could get along.
"They did a ‘meet and greet’ with her and spent time introducing her to their other rescue," the site shared. "It was good news that Millie and Louie hit it off and the happy, new family headed home together! We hope Millie will stay in touch and send photos. Congratulations to the Clooney family and thank you for adopting!"
Us Weekly exclusively revealed this past summer that the gorgeous duo, who tied the knot in September 2014, are now trying for a baby. "They decided that it would be the right time," one source told Us. "Amal isn’t taking on extra work at the moment and just continuing with the cases she has."
Another insider reiterated that the pair is being very direct about expanding their brood. "They recently visited a fertility center," the source told Us. "This is something they really want."
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