A lady was strolling past a back street in Los Angeles, California when she saw something that made her stop in her tracks. There were two thin mother hounds laying on the ground, snuggling to keep warm. The two mutts were nursing their babies. The generous lady couldn’t stand to leave these two mom hounds and their nine little dogs out in the city.
Thus, she took them all home with her and began calling distinctive safeguard gatherings. At long last, Northwest Dog Project (NDP) in Eugene, Oregon said they would take in every one of the eleven dogs.Rescuers from NDP made a beeline for Los Angeles to get the two families. They were amazed to see how bonded the two mothers were!
The puppies nursed from both mamas, and so the rescuers realized there was no way to tell which puppy belonged to which mom. The dogs had created a big, unconventional family!NDP named the two mamas Thelma and Louise, and they got the dogs settled into their rescue center. Thelma and Louise were both a bit malnourished, and so the rescue made sure to give them plenty of food to help them gain weight.
“They seem to have a routine mapped out — one mom grooms the puppies while the other nurses them, and then they’ll switch,” Emma Scott, executive director of NDP, told The Dodo. “We can’t tell which puppies belong to who! It’s the first time I’ve ever seen something like this. They definitely have a sweet relationship.”When Thelma and Louise first arrived at the rescue, they were a bit skittish.
But the staff at NDP gave them plenty of love and affection, and now, they’re as sweet as can be. “The moms are both super sweet,” Scott said. “Originally they were a bit nervous, but now they’re seeking out affection and rolling over for belly rubs. And the puppies are just hilarious and tiny. They’re adorable and make it so easy to stay in that room all day.”
Thelma, Louise & their babes. 🥰This family is perfectly unusual and stealing hearts left and right. 💖🎥: Roofus & Kilo #momsunite #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #rescuefamily
Posted by Northwest Dog Project on Wednesday, January 16, 2019