German Shepherd Meets Newborn Kittens for the First Time!

The thing that always gets me about videos like this is how gentle larger animals are with tiny animals. They give them their space and respect the tiny creatures while being intensely interested in them. So sweet!Oh my gosh. This brings back wonderful memories! Our German Shepherd in the 1950s-60s, Rex, was SOOOOO curious, sweet and gentle with baby animals! My older sister weorked at a veterinary clinic and would occasionally bring home, for care and reintroduction into the wild, baby birds, squirrels, possums and bunnies. Rex was the BEST dad to them! Thanks for triggering such wonderful memories.My dog, Chloe, a hunting dog, raised my 4 cats. She was so excited whenever she saw kittens, puppies, baby anything and everything, we were blessed. She sniffed them, cleaned them, watched over them and protected them. The last kitten, Bella, she even taught how to growl like a dog, 2 weeks before she went to heaven. This handsome Shepherd doesn’t know what to make of them, but I’m sure he’d protect them.Aw…the newborn kitties are instinctively looking for their momma kitty. I love Rocky”s concerned expressions, what a sweet doggy. 🧡🧡🧡It’s always amazing to me how strong the parental instincts are for the average dog, male and female, even to other breeds or species. When I was a kid and our grandparents got a westie puppy, both our adult westies (1 male and 1 female) stuck to her like GLUE. They didn’t even want to let her out of their sight to eat or go outside. And then when I got my own as an adult, while I waited for him to be old enough I’d visit and he would always be happily trotting along right behind one of his parents haunches, especiallyhis dad funnily enough (he was the only puppy), and they both slept curled up against his little puppy containment box lolTrop mignon ce grand loulou avec les petits chatons que de délicatesse j’adore 💗💗💗💗

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