J.J. Watt Kissing Sully, George H.W. Bush’s Service Dog, Is Everything We’ve Ever Wanted
We can’t decide who we’re more jealous of!
The Houston Texans’ 28-22 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday night wasn’t the only part of the game that had our hearts pounding.
Before kickoff at NRG Stadium in Houston, all eyes were trained on a very special four-legged guest. Sully, the former service dog of President George H.W. Bush, was on the sidelines to cheer on his favorite football team and help America’s VetDogs surprise Army veteran Lukas Mori and his family with their new dog Chestnut.
Just when things couldn’t possibly get any cuter, our favorite NFL player, Texans star J.J. Watt, took a break from playing catch with fans to kneel down and pet our favorite service pup and give him a kiss. Sully responded by giving the defensive lineman an enthusiastic lick on the mouth.
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Honestly y’all, it’s like the heavens parted to give us a gift we didn’t even know we wanted.
Watt has been sidelined since October with a torn pectoral muscle. Let’s hope that Sully’s magical kiss has him back in action soon!