That's how Justin Theroux introduced us to the adorable rescue dog, who is playing the Tramp in the new Disney film, "Lady and the Tramp."
Theroux is the voice of Monty in the flick and he could not hide his excitement as he shared Monty's rescue story with fans.
"Sometimes things work out perfectly," Theroux wrote.
He explained that, "Monty was rescued from @halorescue ... an amazing NO KILL shelter in Phoenix AZ... he was found by @disney who was looking for shelter animals to cast in LADY AND THE TRAMP!"
Disney cast "tons" of rescue animals to star in the movie, according to Theroux, and his personal rescue dog Kuma even got a small part in the film.
The actor revealed a pic of his pooch locked up in a cage with a dog pound sign on the front of it.
"A huge thank you to @disney for giving not just Monty, but so many dogs a big break, not just in the movie, but a life outside of the shelter," Theroux said. "And a huge thank you @ladyandthetramp for letting me be Monty’s voice, so he can show the world how amazing shelter animals really are."
The stars of the movie (we mean the dogs) walked the red carpet at the D23 Expo on Friday and Hilary Duff could not resist the beautiful Lady.
Duff was at the Disney Expo to promote the reboot of her hit show, "Lizzie McGuire," and she got a face full of smooches from the dog duo.
The live action "Lady And The Tramp" film will stream on Disney's new streaming platform, Disney+, on November 12.