We all know that to get through these tough times, we have to work together. Our pets are no exception, and unsurprisingly, they absolutely love to lend a helping paw. One such pet is a good boy named Sunny, who lives in Colorado. The adorable golden retriever recently went viral for helping his elderly neighbor by bringing her groceries. The neighbor, Renee, is currently in self-isolation and takes social distancing seriously; however, she just can’t resist giving a belly rub to this helpful boy.

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Recently, this good boy named Sunny went viral for lending a helping paw to his neighbor

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Sunny’s owner Eveleth has known Renee for over a decade, so when the pandemic started, she didn’t hesitate to assist her elderly neighbor. As it turns out, Renee suffers from chronic respiratory issues and relies on an oxygen tank. It is known that COVID-19 is dangerous to people who have underlying conditions, especially respiratory problems. So, to protect herself, Renee decided to self-isolate. That’s when Eveleth decided to make Sunny her neighbor’s delivery doggo.

After his neighbor Renne self-isolated, Sunny started delivering her groceries

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The delivery process is quite simple: “She got the list, she gave it to Sunny, Sunny brought it to me. I went to the store, got her groceries, and he delivered them all to her,” Eveleth told KKTV.

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Sunny has been performing his duties to Renee for the past few weeks without fail. “What a wonderful thing, just a sweet thing. So he started doing the schlepping, back and forth. It’s been fun, it’s been a real treat,” Renee said.

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Not only does Sunny help her with social distancing, but the good boy also makes her feel less alone. “Little things like Sunny coming over to visit is nice and it makes you feel good. It’s a way of communicating,” Renee said.

What makes Sunny’s assistance even better than a person’s is that, according to the World Health Organization, dogs can’t get or pass COVID-19 to humans. “There is no evidence that a dog, cat or any pet can transmit COVID-19,” the organization said in its statement.

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