California Family Discovers dog nursing 5 month old kitten

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Hello, it has been awhile! Macie and I are still doing our thing, which is rescuing dog lovers from shedding hair! I am happy to know that DoggyHairNets are helping people take control of that annoying shedding hair.  Anyway, I hope all my fellow doggy lovers and your doggies are doing great!

As always, I love sharing a good heart warming, soul stirring, mind bendng story of our furry little (sometimes big) friends. I came across the following story of Yahoo. Check it out!
Article by: Amy Sinatra Ayres

http://l.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/0d435WPSa5yDURGVEE9qYA--/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3M7cT04NTt3PTE5MA--/http:/media.zenfs.com/en-US/blogs/partner/470_2765686.jpgBeignet the dog adopted Gumbo the kitten after they were abandoned by their owners. After a California family moved away, their neighbors discovered they’d left their longhaired Chihuahua and a kitten behind. Neighbors could hear the pair in the backyard of their home, where they found the 1-year-old dog nursing the 5-month-old kitten she’d decided to adopt as her own.

They were brought to a local shelter, and arrived at the Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., last week. Today, they’ll be introduced to the public in the rescue’s 2 nd Annual Doggie Gras Parade and Fat Cat Tuesday Celebration.

The two have been aptly named for their Mardi Gras debut – the pup is now called Beignet and her kitten son is known as Gumbo. “They love each other. That’s all there is to it. It’s not complicated,” said the center’s inventory manager, Labeth Thompson. “They needed each other and they were there for each other.” The parade serves as the kickoff to find a new home where the bonded duo can live together. – Read it from the Helen Woodward Animal Center

 Freddy-DoggyHairNets

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About fredcredible

I grew up in Cincinnati, Oh. Graduated from Hughes High School in 1967, and attended Central State College. I am currently pursuing an associate degree in culinary art at the College of Dupage. One of my passions is loving dogs. I have owned a dog for most of my life. My current business is Petnets. We created the DoggyHairNets.
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