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Caring Husky Adopts Kitten (Video)


The difference in size between the itty bitty kitten and this giant wolf-like dog only makes their relationship even cuter. It looks like the kitten lost her mom. Thankfully, a motherly pup came to the rescue.

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11:31AM PST on Feb 28, 2014

Tender mom.

11:05AM PST on Feb 28, 2014

Sweet Maternal Dog & kitty :)

9:17AM PST on Feb 28, 2014

I think my friend Andrea´s 2 huskies Tadi and Maja would rather think the kitten´s a small breakfast or a treat, hihi!

12:16PM PST on Feb 22, 2014

What a wonderful dog I hope his owner took his kitten in also Rock On Doggie!!

1:13AM PST on Jan 16, 2014

Thank you :)

2:12PM PST on Jan 11, 2014

so sweet :-)

7:08AM PST on Jan 11, 2014

aawww! protective dog!

11:11AM PST on Jan 10, 2014

Adorable :)

8:58AM PST on Jan 10, 2014

It seems to love it's "baby"

7:34AM PST on Jan 7, 2014

This is way too cute for me to handle!!! *-* Thanks for sharing!

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