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Unexpectedly, a pregnant dog gives birth to 14 cute puppies.

On Christmas Eve, December 22, Mam Nata was abandoned in front of IAPA. She is around 8 weeks pregnant and is very close to giving birth.

When the Instituto Amor em Patas (IAPA) found her, she was frail and unable to stand independently. She was also extremely afraid, and it took some time for them to put her at ease. Her owner abandoned her after realizing how scared she was of her approaching litter of puppies.

After some time, she was able to let down her guard and become more friendly, but when she first encountered the shelter volunteers, she was so wary of them that she expended all of her energy trying to drive them away so that she could defend her mother.

“Look at her belly – it maybe 13 or 14 babies inside. We attempt to schedule her test for tomorrow because she is quite weak.” A volunteer stated.

“Tonight will be a very long night for Natajuli and for us. Prepare for her ultrasound to ensure that everything is in order.”

Natajuli is allowed to return to the shelter with the aid required for the kids’ delivery, and she succeeds – the first baby is a very bright young boy.

“Can you count how many puppies there are? It’s 14 – Natajuli gave birth to 14 adorable babies.”

Natajuli and her 14 babies were taken to the vet for a short check-up, ultrasound, and blood tests; she is red-faced. Her 14 puppies are all plump and weigh a lot.

“I almost sobbed when I saw her smiling, her babies are so lovely – I just want to kiss them.”

“I forgot to name them, should be a difficult task to name them. Anyone loves to name them. let suggest the name you adore in the comment!.”

According to, The Moho



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