“He saw him on the news. I didn’t. And then I saw him on a rescue site,” the woman said.
<span>After they realized they both wanted to adopt the same dog, the woman began the official adoption process. </span>
<span>On the way to meet Rush, the couple saw a sign–literally and figuratively– that told them Rush might be the dog for them.</span>
<span>"There was a Bengal's billboard, and it said in big, bold letters, 'Rush,'" the woman said.</span>
<span>"It actually says, 'Rush to be there,' but the 'to be' is small," said the man.</span>
<span>On Thursday, Rush did a test sleepover with the couple.</span>
<span>"Rush took his blankie and went on a sleepover until Friday with a potential adopter," the center posted on Facebook. </span>
<span>After a successful sleepover, he is now officially a part of the family.</span>
The husband and wife lost their dog earlier this year and are excited to be Rush’s new parents.