Canada is renowned for its vast open landscapes and towering mountains, as well as its grizzlies, wolves, moose, and some of the best hockey players to ever exist. However, the first thought that comes to mind for many people when they hear “Canada” is how cold it can be in the winter.
In Ontario, Canada, a homeless dog and five kittens were discovered on the edge of a road during a frigid Canadian night. Animal control received a tip about the strays and dispatched an officer as quickly as feasible.
The dog’s caring nature took over, and she was discovered attempting to care for the kittens. The officer witnessed the improbable companions for the first time, with the dog snuggling up with the kittens to keep them warm in the snow.
The kittens were too young to be adopted right away, so they had to be placed with foster families. Due to their age, they still required bottle feeding and close monitoring following their brush with death and abandonment.
The shelter personnel named the dog Serenity. It goes without saying that she is a compassionate dog with an enormous heart. All involved paws are healthy and doing well. The kittens will be available for adoption as soon as they are weaned and cleared to go to their permanent homes. Serenity, on the other hand, will be ready for adoption on December 3rd through the Pet and Wildlife Rescue of Ontario. We wish the best to Serenity, her adopted kittens, and everyone involved in their rescue and care.
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