Skip to comments.Dog protected abandoned newborn, doctors say
Posted on 08/23/2008 6:53:09 AM PDT by the OlLine Rebel
(CNN) - A dog sheltered a newborn baby abandoned by its 14-year-old mother in a field in rural Argentina until the boy was rescued, a doctor said Friday
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Hey Hair, where are you?
The dog was a better mother than the other bitch.
The dog instinctively knows what Obama chooses to not.
Yeah, 14 yr olds stink at motherhood. They should stick to jump ropes and hopscotch.
Dog is GOD spelled backward for a reason.
“The dog instinctively knows what Obama chooses to not.” ~ library user
The dog followed its God-given instinct.
A man who fails to transcend and master himself actually becomes lower than the beasts. ~R. Godwin
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You never hear stories about cats rescuing anybody...
Name the kiddo Romulus or Remus?
My Maine Coon Brian rounded up a bunch of escaped chicks once and herded them back towards their pen.
I love Maine Coons !!!! I met one only once and I thought it was the coolest cat I have ever seen. He acted like a big old friendly dog....
My Grandmother had a saying for bad Mothers. The cat’s a better Mother than she is. She must of known something about dogs being good with babies.
Rhett said that to Scarlett in “Gone With the Wind”.
Well, now, but “HUND” is not “GOTT” spelled backwards.
You also never hear stories about cats attacking anyone...
Not a “saving a baby” story but I have one that starts meowing loudly when my blood sugar gets low and won’t stop until someone does something about it. It has woke me up several times when I had fallen asleep so yes cats can and do save people. :)
He was a great nurse-cat too. If anyone was sick, he would curl up to comfort them. When everyone was healthy, he was off about his own business, esxcept for the daily greeting. He’s been gone almost ten years now, and I still miss him dreadfully.
I wonder if you make funny noises or something. I have no idea what woke me up when my husband's blood sugar tanked Easter Sunday, but he sounded like he was having a nightmare, and then I couldn't wake him up at all. It was down to 33 before the ambulance got him to the hospital, and the doctor said if I hadn't woken up, he wouldn't have.
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