In other "Things that Should be Disney Movies" news, a trio of New York nuns popped into an animal shelter over the weekend to adopt Remi, a 9-year-old pit bull.
The three sisters from Our Lady of Christian Doctrine specifically chose Remi because she's an older dog, and a pit bull, two factors that make for a hard sell when it comes to pet adoption.
"I purposely wanted a dog that nobody else wanted," one nun told News 12 Hudson Valley.
The sisters very well may have saved Remi's life, but the "affectionate" pup has also brought a bit of joy back into their home. The sisters had another dog, but it passed away about a week ago.
According to Hi Tor Animal Care Center, where Remi was adopted, two good Samaritans funded the adoption fee for Remi because, come on, are you really gonna make nuns pay for their act of kindness?