Two-Legged Stray Momma Cares For Her Homeless Family – Dogs Stories

We know animals are resilient, and many times they adapt to their environment and survive as best as they can. After all, there are millions of homeless dogs in the world that struggle every day to find food and shelter, but it amazes us how homeless dogs with ᴅɪsᴀʙɪʟɪᴛties are also able to thrive and survive life on the streets.

In China, there’s a two-legged stray that has been born to puppies, and even together with her ᴅɪsᴀʙɪʟɪᴛʏ she still cares for her family and makes sure none of her puppies are in harm’s way.

The momma is known as Shi Bao, and she wasn’t always homeless. Her owner abandoned her and she took refuge near Kouguan railway station in Datong, Shanxi Province.

The dog was already here and people were used to its appearance. It is a stray dog that feeds with the help of passers-by. Unfortunately, she lᴏsᴛ her hind legs in an accident. Locals believe she was either .ʜ.ɪᴛ by a car or run over by a train, but either way, she survived and has been fending for herself ever since. No one knows the real cause.

Despite the difficulties, Shi Bao recently gave birth to healthy, beautiful puppies. Every day, the two-legged momma guides her babies around the train station while they scavenge for food. The heroic mom dog always watches over the cubs and protects them.

People were touched by the mother dog, they called the rescue team. Immediately, the rescue team arrived and rescued the dog.

In an outstanding reversal of fortune, the stray who once was left to scavenge for any scraps it could for her family now has a new life in Hong Kong.

There are a number of reasons to adopt a dog instead of buying one from a pet store or dog breeder. Having a rescue dog can enrich your life in many ways. When you adopt instead of buying dogs, you’re giving these previously homeless animals a second chance in life by adopting them into your family. You’re giving them a forever home and finally a good chance to live a happy and dignified life as your pet.
If you’re interested in adopting one, contact your local shelter or a rescue group for more details on where and how to get started, or how you can otherwise help homeless pets if you cannot adopt.

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