A pregnant Labrador dog named Autumn Dove was saved from an auction by Dog Ranch Rescue. Due to labor complications, the dog required a caesarean section. Autumn died away in the midst of a surgery to rescue her, but she was still in difficulty.
Jen, the adoptive mother of Angela, a corgi who had given birth just days before, took a chance and gave her the babies one by one in the hopes that she would respond positively because she had four starving and in need of a mother puppies.
Fortunately, according to Bored Panda, the mother corgi took them all in and began caring for them.
The Labrador pups went to their new mother and immediately started feeding. After some time, Jen removed the babies to place them in an incubator so Angela could relax. However, when Angela saw the incubator, she barked and raced over to take the baby from Jen since in her eyes, they were already her offspring.
The non-profit organization Dog Ranch Rescue, based in Anna, Texas, USA, rescues dogs from puppy farms. The Lonestar Dog Ranch is a place where dogs may play and enjoy themselves with other animals, and it is administered jointly by the rescue center’s president, Renee Eden, and her family.
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Lonestar Dog Ranch and Dog Ranch Rescue are relying on cookie and shop sales to help them stay afloat.
All of this year’s rescued canines were given names of those who have been impacted by the epidemic and are being supported by an organization called “The Village,” just like first responders, troops, physicians, and those who have fallen ill and lost the fight.