Three Huskies Are Inseparable Best Friends with a Dying Kitten They Nurtured Back to Health

When she was a mere three weeks old, Rosie the stray kitten was found in terrible condition and barely made it through the night. Her rescuer then decided to try something a bit different by allowing the infant cat to cuddle with Lilo the Husky. Instantly, Rosie began to suckle on Lilo, causing the pup to mother her and help her go to the bathroom. Thanks to the Husky, Rosie soon made a full recovery and even began to open her eyes!

Now, after some time has passed, Rosie has solidified her role as a member of the family–which includes a total of three Huskies! With her doggy friends by her side, Rosie goes on walks, outings to the park, and on trips to the beach. As for Lilo, she still loves Rosie just as much as she did when they first met. Altogether, they’re an inseparable pack.

To see Lilo and baby Rosie in action, make sure to check out the video down below.

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All photos via Lilo the Husky. 

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Sexy French Farmers Pose for Shirtless 2017 Calendar

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Meticulous Landscape Paintings Beautifully Represent Intangible Emotional States

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