My Dog Happily Cleaning a Kitten’s Face

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25 thoughts on “My Dog Happily Cleaning a Kitten’s Face

  1. hot88fudge

    yes i had “mommy” neutered. I am so glad she has a nice place to live in right now. it is a wonderful feeling. I hope you do take care of that cat. one of the student i tutor just told me she saw a dying kitten today. she kept mewing and no one helped her. i felt so bad. i didn’t know, i would have done something if i knew :(

  2. robbiethree

    I am so glad that you adopted your new pets from a shelter. And you are right, you’d be surprised to learn that feral (living in the wild) cats are never given an option of life or death at most shelters, they are immediately put down upon arrival. I thank you for looking at shelter animals rather than elsewhere when you decided to adopt. You’re the best!

  3. robbiethree

    I am so glad that you were there for the little mother and her babies. And you SHOULD feel good about yourself for it! It is not easy taking care of them when they aren’t actually pets. I hope you had them spayed/neutered… Right now I am trying to find a source of help with a cat I just got caught, he has an eye out. I don’t want him put down so I am hoping to have his eye sewn shut and I will keep him in a cage in the kitchen until he has recovered. And, neutered, of course. :-)

  4. hot88fudge

    That is great! A stray tabby gave birth in my house to the cutest 3. And even though they kept me real busy and sometimes a little deprived of sleep. Like you, they made me feel really good about myself. :)

  5. robbiethree

    Congratulations on your new additions! I am so glad you went to a shelter rather than buying them from a pet store. You are going to have SO much fun with the two of them! If you get them up on youtube, let me know so I can see them!

    Thanks for writing!

  6. AspieCub


    I adopted a brand new set of 2 kittens that resemble Bounce. They are both Tabbies and I named them Agnetha (female) and Bjorn (male) and I got them from the local animal shelter. It feels good rescuing innocent animals from certain death. They were abandoned as well. I’m grateful to have them as my own now. Keep up the good work.

    Troy in Downey, CA

  7. AspieCub


    There is a place in heaven for you. I think it’s fantastic that you had the patience to rescue Annie and Bounce. This really moves me when I read stories like yours. She is so cute………


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