A Dog Adopts Baby Goat Rejected By Mother, Feeds Like One Of Her Puppies.

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At the moment of her birth, Rita the baby goat faced rejection and abandonment by her mother. Yet, amidst this hardship, Blizzie the dog emerged as her caretaker.

Now, Rita is nurtured alongside Blizzie’s own four pups, seamlessly integrated into their familial unit without distinction.

Glori Rushing, an eighteen-year-old farmer, recounted to Metro UK how Blizzie instinctively stepped in when Rita’s mother, Smore, refused to nurse her. Without hesitation, Blizzie ushered Rita into her den, alongside her own newborns, whom she had birthed just days prior.

Thus, a heartwarming bond blossomed between the three-year-old dog and the four-week-old Rita.

“Blizzie recently had a litter of puppies and her pen has a fence about six feet long. She climbed over it and went to pick up Rita and put her with her own puppies,” she added.

As Blizzie instinctively took care of Rita, Gloria decided to let them stay together. “She was doing an amazing job,” she said. She had enough milk to feed them all.

Glori and her husband Nathaniel tried to feed her with a bottle, but she preferred her foster mother’s milk. At first they tried to reunite Rita with her own mother, but when she continued to reject her, they allowed Blizzie to adopt her.

“Blizzie’s supposed to help take care of the farm and the goats, but I’ve never seen her take one like this before. I was giving Rita a bottle every two hours because I didn’t know how good dog milk would be for a goat, but instead she just went to Blizzie.

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Rita and the other puppies get along so well and she is very good with them, but she has these long, big paws. She acts like she’s one of the puppies,” she said.

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