Couple’s reaction after a stray dog crashed their wedding won the internet

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When it comes to wedding crushers, you may think to an estranged family member or maybe an ex, but never to a stray dog. Well, until this uninvited doggy decided to celebrate alongside a just married couple in Brazil. What happened next is one of the most heart-warming stories I’ve ever read about.

Marilia and Matheus have rigorously planned their weeding day. However, what they haven’t been able to plan was the weather and the guests list, I guess. While we all want sunny days on our weeding day, a rain won’t stop such an important event. It’s what happened to this young couple in Sao Paulo, Brazil. They were forced to move the ceremony inside of a church. And just when Matheus and Marilia were about to get ready for the wows, a stray dog entered into the place and laid down on the bride’s veil. The next moment, the whole room was in silence, before the newlyweds to start loudly laughing.

“As the ceremony started, to everyone’s surprise, it was the dog who came in when the bridal chorus began to play,” Marília told The Dodo. “The dog entered and laid down to sleep on my veil. It was a very pleasant surprise for me, because I love animals. I liked it very much.” But since the weeding crusher doesn’t seemed to be bothered by the trouble he actually stirred up, the ceremony continued. Yet, the interesting part is about to begin.

At some point, the dogs just disappeared as mysteriously as he came in. So the just married couple decided to adopt him, but they had to find him first. “We decided to adopt him because he is a street dog,” Marília told the Dodo. “It took us a long time to find him again, but yesterday, we were contacted and told his whereabouts.”

Now, Snoop, how they called him, is part of the Pieroni, just as he wanted to be when he make an appearance there, when the young lover were about to unite their destines for ever. “He came home, and I showered him. He played a lot, ate, drank water. He is very happy and slept super good the first night,” Ms. Pieroni said.