Read this beautiful story of a mother dog who kept her babies safe in the freezing weather for 3 weeks. Snowbelle and her pups are now rescued with the help of some kind people and some of her babies have even been adopted by loving families.
There are some things in life that even science and logic cannot explain. One of these is the beautiful things is the protective nature of a mother towards its babies. Now whether these are human mothers or animal mothers. In terms of their maternal instinct and their love for their child, there is no boundary. They are selfless to the point they can bear with any pain in the world just to keep their babies safe and happy. Here is the story of a mother dog Snowbelle, who was rescued along with her 6 puppies in this freezing weather.
Snowbelle and her 6 puppies were found snow near Red Lake, in the US state of Minnesota. The snow around their bodies had melted in this freezing temperature. They were found in pretty bad shape. They were very hungry and the cold weather didn't help their case. When they were found, people were really surprised to see that the pups were already 3 weeks old and it was baffling how Snowbelle managed to keep her pups alive.
Found in such a bad state, they desperately needed warm food and shelter over their heads and most importantly they needed love. After they discovered them, they were immediately sent to the local Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue shelter. After a few days of care and food, Snowbelle started to produce milk and was able to nurse her Snowbirds to health.
After going through so much, the shelter even gave her a new name Asha! Now that they are healthy and back in their shape again, Snowbirds are up for adoption.