Rosebud, about two years, had five puppies when we rescued she and her toddlers who were about four weeks old, and near death. The shelter had found them abandoned, we took them on, including taking Mom to a vet hospital where she had to stay for four days, while we fed and loved her newborns, and at the same time we had rescued a siberian husky pup, Blossom, that was critical as her larynx has been kicked and was paralyzed. Within fifteen days all puppies had survived and were doing amazing.
We fed the babies the best possible, and real chicken too. Dad made them mountains to climb, and little by little they grew. When we took the family to our Petsmart Adoption Event every Saturday at Tustin District, with all babies having their first shot, and being given a clean bill of health to adopt it was an interesting show. Bella Cuddles who was always at her moms side would hide if someone went to pick her up. She hid under her Mom. And she clung to her mom. This bonding seems to happen in every litter we have raised, and it would be cruel to separate them. So now we have to find the family that gets it; they are beautiful babies, sweet, and loving. If you feel in your heart this could work for you, please call or text to 909-208-6889. I will not separate, nor adopt to anyone wanting to separate them because your heart is not where ours is in regard to the entire situation. Mom poops, baby poops, Its cruel. And I tell you your entire family will be entertained hour after hour with these sunshine babies.
So, call or text if you understand what this bonding is really about. Its a mother and a child. You would not want someone to come and take away your baby would you? Mom had four of hers adopted, thats enough; let her enjoy her one at her side forever. Its the right thing to do.
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