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Man And His Friends F*cked Up After Volunteering To Provide Foster Home For Kittens But Getting 8 Pooping Puppies Instead

Many shelters try to find foster homes for their animals until they can find them forever homes. They know that fostering helps animals get used to a home setting before they are actually adopted. Moreover, it makes a good start for rescued cats and dogs who used to experience traumas to have their hearts filled again with love.

While learning new things every day, these animals can have a chance to feel the love and care they deserve. So, if you ask me whether foster homes are important, I will say “Yes! Absolutely!” And we appreciate any person who offers to help foster cats/dogs from animal shelters.

A Redditor has recently decided to volunteer to foster kittens, along with his two friends. They went really fast with the registration and finally were able to receive the first call. To their surprise, they ended up with dogs, not low-maintenance kittens. Yes, eight puppies in the same litter!

Little did they know fostering these pups was full of challenges. These babies are big eaters – they ate and excreted a lot. Therefore, they thought they f*ucked up, but fortunately, they were able to bring up 8 healthy chubby pups.

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This is the eight pups in case you ask for their pictures.

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Here is how people reacted to the story.

This post brings positive energy

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People share the same experience with dog poop

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Fostering cats is a hard work, not to mention dogs

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OP adopted one of the pups and named it Dipstick

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Adorable part!

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This user admires OP

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Amazing story!

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