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Kitten is dying on the streets, a Husky approaches and what he does next is mind blowing

The meeting between a cat and a Husky may not always be one so pleasant, but in some cases: miracles do happen!

By Nick Whittle

Published on the 12/08/2020, 10:00, Updated on the 14/08/2020, 14:10

Five years ago, a Californian woman and her Husky Lilo stumbled upon a dying stray kitten in a doorway. Rather than help it on its way to the 'other side', the Husky nurtured the poor animal, and begged her owners to bring the kitten home with them. The owner of the Husky decided to take a risk and let the dog cuddled the little kitten but she kept an eye on the kitten.

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Once home, this is where the miracle happened: the hungry kitten reached for Lilo’s underbelly. They did not intervene, and in due course noticed how the kitten would latch on hungrily and be nourished by Lilo's warm canine milk. Lilo therefore became the kitten's new mother.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by 🐕Lilo 🐕Infinity & 🐈Rosie (@lilothehusky) on

Thanks to Lilo, the kitten learned to walk alone

The kitten was renamed Rosie and gradually began to recover. After a week of caring and hugging from Lilo, Rosie started walking on her own. 

But that's not all! Lilo is not the only Husky in the house, she shares her home with two other Huskies! Their owners are three sisters who live together in California.

A warning they share on their Instagram account

If the friendship with the kitten and the three Huskies is very intense and everything is going wonderfully, the three sisters remind their fans that the friendship between a Husky and a kitten is very rare.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by 🐕Lilo 🐕Infinity & 🐈Rosie (@lilothehusky) on

Huskies keep their hunting instinct and cohabitation can sometimes go badly. For this reason, they recommend their followers to pay attention. However, here, their hunting instinct is clearly put aside and a special kind of harmony is enjoyed.