Pugs Raise Abandoned Tiger Cubs

05 Aug 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

A mother loves her child to the fullest. Her love for them is always altruistic and unconditional. There isn’t any alternative or substitute for the love of a mother. It doesn’t matter if we are talking about a human mother or an animal. One such wonderful example was seen recently. The abandoned tiger cubs found their mother in a pair of pugs. After their mother left them, the mommy pugs took them under their shelter.

The pugs take care of them as if they are their own pups. It is certainly true that love has no boundaries and we saw this when pugs showered tiger cubs with ample of love and compassion. The pugs didn’t even think once before taking in the tiger cubs. The visitors of Oktyabrsky Health Resort in Sochi in western Russia have augmented because of this adorable situation. It is a total delight to watch the pugs nurturing and raising tiger cubs as their own.

The pictures below will definitely melt your heart. I know, I am melting here.


The pug indeed is happy to take care of the litter, aren’t you smiling as well?


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The naughtiness is mammoth. Just look at their faces, Puuurrfect!


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Love is unconditional


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However, this isn’t the first time that dogs are raising kids of other animals. Dogs have always been the most adoring living beings. Earlier too, dogs have raised cats in the most loving way possible. With these tiger cubs receiving immense love from pug mommies, I so wish if we could see the same compassion in humans too.
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