THIS emotional story of a dog that comes out of her kennel to ease the pain of the weeping foster puppies at an animal shelter will surely melt your heart.
Maggie, who had been adopted by the Barkers Pet Motel in Saint Albert, Canada, had dejectedly sent her little cat away from her half a month ago.
When she listened to the crying of the two puppies in a nearby kennel, her maternal characteristics were fully visible.
The shelter, which had always taken care of the abandoned animals, had gotten ahold of the nine weeks old pups at that evening.
In accordance with the Motel’s Facebook page, Maggie came out of her kennel, huddled against the kennel where the fearful puppies, namely Kari and Hannah, were weeping.
The owners share the amazing snaps of this cutest moment online.
“We witness a lot of cute things here at Barkers but this story ranks above all…” they penned down. “Last night, our new foster puppies reached at Barkers from Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society – AARCS. Also living with us presently is a dog who had been adopted from Humane Society, who had lost her own puppies as they were taken away two weeks ago.
“Last night the Maggie (mama dog) must have listened to the babies weeping and walked out of her kennel approaching their room. We let them stay there for a while and all of them were the happiest!
We see a lot of adorable things here at Barkers but this story takes the cake… Last night our newest foster puppies…
Pet motel owner Sandra Alfred was dining with her family when she found on the live feed of the facility’s surveillance cameras and witnessed Maggie, an Australian shepherd cross, had come out of her kennel.
“We witnessed her on the cameras and she walked straight to their room, and found them. She gave them a lot of attention and you could witness her little tail moving forward and backed,” Ms. Alfred explained.
“It was really cute. She just wanted to be with those puppies. The puppies also wanted her and she wanted them. It was beautifully perfect.”
The owners had told that they allow three of them to stay in the same room for a night, and found them snuggling the next morning.
Maggie was taken away by her new foster family that day, and Ms. Alfred said that she hoped to find new houses for both puppies in the next week.
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