Watch these adorable puppies explore the Georgia Aquarium (VIDEOS)

Mar 30 2020, 10:27 pm

Your self-isolation is about to get a whole lot cuter.

The Georgia Aquarium, in collaboration with the Atlanta Humane Society, had some paws-itively adorable visitors recently in the form of perfectly playful, perky, and petite puppies!

Although the aquarium is temporarily closed to the public due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the puppies enjoyed a behind-the-scenes experience while visiting some of their favourite fishy friends.

“No ruff days here,” the Georgia Aquarium said in an Instagram post.

“Our friends at @AtlantaHumane stopped by for a brief puppy field trip with pups Odie and Carmel, and it was just the #quarantine therapy we needed.”


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Odie and Carmel are a set of siblings and only two of over 200 dogs from the Atlanta Humane Society currently living in loving foster homes.

“Like us, AHS is dedicated to providing the best care for their animals during this difficult time,” Georgia Aquarium states.

Of course, the post is accompanied by one of the most adorable videos we have ever seen in our entire lives.

You guys. We can’t. It’s just too cute.

The Atlanta Humane Society also posted about the visit with the caption, “Our puppies just had the best 👏🏼 day 👏🏼 ever 👏🏼,” with their own video of Odie and Carmel’s epic under the sea adventure.


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“They made all sorts of exciting discoveries and lots of new friends! 🐠”

In times like these, sometimes you can work yourself into a pessimistic funk.

When that happens, you may need to watch videos of adorable puppies exploring an aquarium, and that’s okay!

Puppies are some of the purest and most idyllic creatures ever to exist, and they are certainly a great motivator to enter a more positive mindset.

Unfortunately, for many, we have to deliver some heartbreaking news.

Odie and Carmel have already been adopted.

However, there are many other furry friends within the shelter that are waiting, with tails wagging, for you to make them the newest member of your family.

If you would like to donate or see how you can help the Atlanta Humane Society or the Georgia Aquarium, you can do so through their respective websites.

Emily RumballEmily Rumball

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