Newborn Puppy Adorably Bonds With New Cat Family

rumblestaffPublished: December 6, 201715,989 views
Published: December 6, 2017

The Michigan Humane Society (MHS) is a charitable animal welfare organization and is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in the state, caring for tens of thousands of animals each year. This shelter has hundreds of dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits, birds and other small animals available for adoption. Somebody Here Needs You!

The Michigan Humane Society received a call from one of their transfer partners with regards to a puppy whose mom got hit by a car and unfortunately passed away. The puppy was very young, only two days old, and really needed mother’s care. They had a mom-cat that was still nursing and they had a genius idea to see if this puppy could go along with the kittens and blend in into the environment. The experiment was to see if the mommy cat could treat the pup like one of her own and it actually worked. What a heartwarming moment and a very successful try-out!

When you think about mother nature and how cats and dogs aren’t supposed to like each other, it is very pleasing to see that it is not always the case. In this extreme situation, the try-out was successful! Luckily, this organization has amazing foster volunteers who are happy to help and take rescued animals from the shelter for several days or more. These people are willing to step up and take these babies into their homes and get them healthy and up to weight and ready for adoption.

Shelter animals get all the socialization and love they need and all the medical attention they require and as soon as they are ready they will go in for adoption! Because of people’s support through donations, volunteering and fostering this shelter is able to help animals in situations like this and care for them long-term while they wait for their forever-homes.

Credit to 'Michigan Humane Society'.

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      umanakka · 4 days ago

      God bless you with enough strength and resources to carryout this divine service