Mother Dog 'ADOPTS' Orphaned Kittens After She Loses Her Puppies - Insiderfolks

After losing her puppies, Georgia the dog takes in some orphaned kittens at a Phoenix shelter.

Mother Dog ‘ADOPTS’ Orphaned Kittens After She Loses Her Puppies – Insiderfolks, Georgia, an Australian Shepherd Mix, has recently been rescued from the Sunshine Dog Shelter in Phoenix. And her story starts with a heart-breaking incident.

After being found staying at a gas station along the U.S.-Mexico border called Rocky Point, the rescuers learned that Georgia was pregnant. Unfortunately, however, all her babies were delivered early and did not survive.

Mother Dog 'ADOPTS' Orphaned Kittens After She Loses Her Puppies - Insiderfolks
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Anita Osa is the Executive Director of Sunshine Dog Rescue and said that Georgia was heartbroken after she lost all her puppies.

“She sure seemed sad,” said Osa. “But even more so, she was so nervous.”

Osa described the scene as she gave birth to a baby’s bed. When Georgia had emerged from the hospital following an emergency c-section, she frantically ripped up the bed in search of her puppies.

In an attempt to support Georgia during this tough period, Osa went to Facebook for assistance. She produced a post asking for some animal that might benefit from a lactating mother dog.

At the end of the day, she discovered four orphaned kittens that wanted a mum. But Osa didn’t know if the unconventional combination would succeed.

“I was definitely not confident,” answered Osa. “But I’ve seen some species nurse another species before, so I figured ‘the worse case scenario they’re not taking, and I have some kittens that I need to tend to myself.'”

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Georgia, although her milk production is poor, is now encouraging her new “adopted” kittens to nurse her, Osa said.

One of the kittens died the first night, but the other three kittens are doing well. They continue to expand and begin to obtain extra food from bottle feeds.

Georgia and the puppies are now recovering at Sunshine Dog Shelter. When asked if a similar incident ever happens in the future, she will do it again, Osa responded, “absolutely.”

The four of them have found their families permanently and have been rescued. And even better news, Osa said that one of the kittens was also adopted by the roommate of the person who adopted Georgia.

But Georgia is going to be happy to survive with one of her new kids.

Olaf from the novel, “Frozen,” said the most. “Luck places the desires of someone else above his.”

Georgia’s puppy has just been through a saddening disaster. Yet while she was mourning, she had discovered the potential to love and help those in need. It’s a perfect lesson for everyone to remember.

It doesn’t matter what type they are.

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