Orphaned Puppy Freezing And Mother Goose Comes To Share Her Body Warmth

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Words by Go Animals

Humans aren’t the only ones who dedicate time to saving animals in need. In fact, animals do that as well, but most of the time under our radar. 

A passerby was smitten with an adorable scene she came across in the street. She noticed a newborn pup, sitting alone freezing and fending for himself. As she looked around to find his mom, she realized he was an orphan who fought for his life in the biting cold.

But the compassionate goose couldn’t see the poor pup trying to survive without reaching out for him. The goose was heartbroken by the sad sight, seeing an orphaned cat shivering is more than a kind-hearted goose could handle.

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he decided to approach and tuck him into her loving feathers to keep him warm. The baby canine was grateful to have someone warming him and staying by his side. 

The warm fethers calmed him down, and he quickly fell asleep in her caring wings.

When a passerby witnessed the scene, he was sure the goose was attacking the little dog, but after looking closer he realized he witnessed love in its purest form; the mother goose was snuggling him, kept him warm and stroke him with her beak as if he were her own baby.

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The unlikely duo is a living proof that love comes in all shapes and sizes. The mother goose noticed a puppy who desperately needed her, and she leaped into action.

Animals can teach us a lot about compassion and being human beings.

The photos made their rounds on social media and inspired the internet community’s heart.

This article was originally posted here.


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