A Siamese cat took up the role of carer and guardian when two Chihuahua-mix puppies were born prematurely and rejected by their natal mother. Nessy had just given birth to her own kittens, so she didn’t need much persuasion to start nursing the two orphans.
“We took the puppies and laid them on her to see if she liked them, and she did,” SPCA adoption coordinator Debra Cantwell told USA Today. When the two puppies were old enough, they were adopted!
In the video below, you can see the cute family together. Oh, my goodness, the puppies are so small!
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