Prepare yourself for a doggy mother and daughter reunion of monumental PUPortions.
Unlike humans, animals don't spend too much time with their immediate family. After about eight weeks, most pups are separated from their mom and dad and brothers and sisters and, hopefully, sent off to a new home filled with complete strangers of a totally different breed.
But just because these pups are separated from their family at such a young age doesn't mean they have forgotten the ones they love. Some pups are actually lucky enough visit with their loved ones after they are adopted into new homes, and when that happens, it's often quite beautiful.
Hence, the video below:
It's clear that this doggy mother and daughter are well aware of who they are to one another. As soon as they meet, they are wagging their tails, sniffing, kissing, jumping, and showing all signs of a happy, heartfelt reunion.
Most human reunions, especially family reunions, are oftentimes filled with tension and built-up resentments that arose throughout the years. It makes you think that maybe removing a child from its family at a young age is actually a good thing. However, most human mothers, unlike doggy mothers, have a voice and aren't willing to give up their child after eight weeks to some random stranger.
But what if human mothers did give up their child? As we know, there are some human mothers that do, and that doesn't always make them bad. For all we know, some of these human mothers could agree with the doggy mother philosophy and believe surrendering their child to a new family, although a difficult decision, is oftentimes for the best.
Have you ever reunited your adopted pup with his or her mother? Tell us about in the comments!
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