Joe Biden’s Dogs, Champ And Major, Make Debut At White House

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President Joe Biden welcomed two new residents Monday to the White House.

Champ, 12, and Major, 3, spent the first week of Biden’s administration at the family home in Delaware and arrived at the White House on Sunday, according to the New York Post.

Champ has been “enjoying his new dog bed by the fireplace,” and Major has been “running around on the South Lawn,” the outlet reported.

The photos of the pups’ arrival are the cutest thing you’ll see on the internet today.

There have not been dogs living in the White House since 2017 after former President Barack Obama moved out. Obama had two Portuguese water dogs, Bo and Sunny. (RELATED: Here’s A Christmas Message From Champ And Major, Joe Biden’s Dogs)

Champ and Major won’t be the only furry residents of the White House for the next four years. The Bidens have announced plans to adopt a cat, although it’s not clear when that will be.

Press Secretary Jen Psaki couldn’t confirm the cat’s arrival.

“I’m also wondering about the cat, because the cat is going to dominate the internet whenever the cat is announced and wherever that cat is found,” Psaki said in a video shared Sunday.

I’m so excited to see pictures of Champ and Major for the next four years. I also really hope this cat turns out to be one of the craziest cats ever found. It feels good to have pets living at the White House again.