Dog Adopts Panther and Wolf Cubs

Three unrelated animals form a family in this touching tale of motherly love.


 
A dog in a Chinese Zoo has adopted very two unusual pups. A two day old panther cub and newborn wolf pup born at the zoo both needed care after their mothers were unable to produce milk. Another zoo resident – a dog who had just given birth to a litter of her own puppies – stepped in and took on the task of mothering both of the unlikely adoptees.

Zoo officials say the dog continued to feed the offspring until they were one month old before they were switched to a diet of cow’s milk, then transitioned to an adult diet.

20 thoughts on “Dog Adopts Panther and Wolf Cubs

  1. Animals seem to prove to us again and again that one doesn’t turn away any body in need. We can learn something from them.

  2. Animals seem to prove to us again and again that one doesn’t turn away any body in need. We can learn something from them.

  3. Animals seem to prove to us again and again that one doesn’t turn away any body in need. We can learn something from them.

  4. Amazing – hope all the cats out there are taking notes on how kind that dog is:)

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  5. Motherhood, is God’s highest calling in this life. It is a perilous life sentence, wrought with heart ache, never ending worry, sleepless nights, and has no guarantee of lasting reward. If God hears what is in my heart;”All with the care-giving heart of motherhood, would get a place in heaven.” Amen

  6. Motherhood, is God’s highest calling in this life. It is a perilous life sentence, wrought with heart ache, never ending worry, sleepless nights, and has no guarantee of lasting reward. If God hears what is in my heart;”All with the care-giving heart of motherhood, would get a place in heaven.” Amen

  7. horrible the cages those animals are in though. Typical of way too many zoos in other countries and even some still in the US.

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