In what is being described as her last walk through the "People's House," first lady Michelle Obama takes a stroll through the White House with first dogs, Bo and Sunny. (Instagram/Michelle Obama)

Here’s a bipartisan statement on this day of political transition: Sunny and Bo Obama are really cute.

This is a free country, so cat people, small-dog people, no-dog people and others are free to disagree. But before you make up your mind, take a look at the photos below.

In case you don’t know them: Bo, age 8, is the one in the white socks of different heights, and until noon Friday, he was the First Dog of the United States. Sunny, age 4, is the one in all black. (She’s also the one who recently bit a guest, and who, Michelle Obama revealed recently, sometimes pooped in the White House.)

Who will replace the two Portuguese water dogs after their move to the tony Washington neighborhood of Kalorama? No word yet from the Trump folks. But there’s a contender, and he’s pretty cute, too.


Bo, left, and Sunny, the Obama family dogs, on the South Lawn of the White House in 2013. (Pete Souza)

Bo lounges in the West Garden Room of the White House in 2011. (Chuck Kennedy)

First lady Michelle Obama hugs Sunny and Bo, right, during a video taping in the Map Room of the White House in 2014. (Amanda Lucidon)

President Obama plays with Bo during a brief break from meetings on the South Lawn of the White House in 2009. (Pete Souza)

White House butler Jorge Davila visits with Bo and Sunny in the Butler’s Pantry in 2013. (Amanda Lucidon)

Bo, left, and Sunny sit at a table in the State Dining Room of the White House. (Lawrence Jackson)

Bo waits for first lady Michelle Obama on the South Lawn driveway before departing the White House in 2013. (Lawrence Jackson)

Sunny during a walk on the South Lawn of the White House. (Leslie Kossoff/AFP/Getty Images)

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