Kind Pit Bull Invited Pregnant Stray Cat to Give Birth in his Doghouse

Kind Pit Bull Invited Pregnant Stray Cat to Give Birth in his Doghouse

  • Pit bulls get a bad rep, but sweet Hades always proves just how sweet he is.
  • One day, Juan was surprised to see that Hades invited a guest to his doghouse — a pregnant stray cat that was nearing labor.
  • Thanks to Hades’ help, the new mom successfully gave birth to two adorable kittens.

Pit bulls get a bad rep, sometimes just because of how they look.

But sweet Hades always proves just how sweet he is, no matter what other people may think.

Photo Credit: Juan José P. Flores

His owner, Juan José P. Flores, had noticed a stray cat frequenting their neighborhood in Mexico. So Juan regularly left food out for her.

Apparently, Hades has seen that act of kindness and decided to emulate it.

Photo Credit: Juan José P. Flores

One day, Juan heard knocking at the back door leading to Hades’ hang out place. It looked like Hades was excited to show him something.

Juan told The Dodo, “He was desperate and making a lot of noise.”

When Juan stepped out, Hades happily showed him he had a guest at his doghouse:

Photo Credit: Juan José P. Flores

It was the stray cat!

She turned out to be pregnant and in need of a safe delivery space — and Hades offered his home.

“I was very surprised,” Juan shared.

Photo Credit: Juan José P. Flores

Hades kept watching over her as she went into labor.

Juan shared that the sweet pit bull “dragged a blanket over to the entrance of his house and settled outside the door. She felt protected by him.”

Thanks to Hades’ help, she successfully gave birth to two adorable kittens.

Photo Credit: Juan José P. Flores

Both Hades and the mom cat couldn’t be happier welcoming the two newborn kittens.

“I think he felt that he was a father,” Juan shared.

Juan has now carefully moved the new family into the main house so that they can keep a closer eye on them.

Hades is now good friends with the mom cat, now named Nicol. When she isn’t busy taking care of her kittens, they spend a lot of their time together.

And Hades can now rest easy knowing that they’re nearby and safe.

Photo Credit: Juan José P. Flores

Juan shared that he will find new families for the kittens when they are ready. But Nicol can always call their house home.

He also expressed his hope that Hades’ sweet actions will change others’ misconceptions about his breed, and inspire them to be kind.

“Pit bulls are good dogs. Hades put everything aside to help someone else. We should do the same without expecting anything in return,” Juan said.

Source: The Dodo


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