It doesn’t get any better than this.
A service dog who got his caricature drawn at Disneyland has become a viral sensation after a Twitter user’s parents sent her an image of the adorable moment. On Friday, 26-year-old Katie’s parents were visiting the happiest place on Earth, when they spotted a pup sitting at a touristy caricature portrait station.
According to Katie, her parents have Disneyland passes “so they go a lot and send me pics.” The couple spotted Yahoo, the service dog, during their last visit and couldn’t resist taking a photo.
Katie shared it on Twitter on October 14, and her post quickly went viral. It’s now been retweeted more than 53,000 times and has over 131,000 likes.
And it’s safe to say that people LOVED this precious moment:
— . (@wdbthejudge) October 15, 2016
— spooky downpour (@allieloops) October 15, 2016
@AnnaAnastasova 😍😍😍 I can’t handle this.
— christina (@varietyofwords) October 15, 2016
@cutiechaser_ there is beauty in the world
— S. Farzin (@fax_me) October 15, 2016
Yahoo lives in San Marcos, California, with a volunteer who has been teaching him basic obedience and socialization tricks. As soon as the pup graduates, he will be able to help people with disabilities.
The service dog is from a non-profit organization called Canine Companions for Independence, and he was taken to Disneyland as part of his training. By February 2017, Yahoo will be professionally trained to “open a door, turn on a light switch, [and] pull a wheelchair”.