Juan Flores discovered a stray cat in his neighborhood and decided to take it upon himself to feed her. Years later, the cat would appear to be pregnant. This is when Hades, Juan’s Pit Bull, would enter the picture. The dog wanted to be like his human father and assist out, so he did!
The kind Pittie gave up his own doghouse to provide a safe spot for the stray cat to give birth! Hades created a ruckus at the door until he caught Dad’s attention and showed him what he’d done. Hades then dragged her blanket around to the doghouse’s door, settling up to keep an eye on the kitty.
The Pit Bull stood guard as the cat gave birth to two healthy kittens! Juan would promptly bring the cat family into the house for comfort and protection.
Hades and the cat family bonded over the months that followed, and Dad eventually found the two kittens wonderful forever homes!
“I think he felt that he was a father,” Juan said in a comment to The Dodo. The kind gesture by this Pit Bull speaks volumes about how loving the breed actually is despite all of the stereotypes.
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