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Dog's Devotion to and Protection of Foster Kitten Is Absolutely Precious

Fostering a kitten can be a challenging, time-consuming endeavor, but @stephsayitall is an absolute pro. This experienced foster mama knows exactly how it's done, but one of her dogs makes the job even easier with her help. Meet Belle, a loving rescue pup who takes motherly instincts to the next level. 

Belle is taking TikTok by storm for her devotion to Noodle the foster kitten, who's essentially her baby. Ready for your daily dose of cute? 

OMG, we're just obsessed with Mama Belle and her foster baby! The love that radiates between the two is too sweet to handle, and we aren't the only ones who can't get enough. Commenter @hairofthedog_grooming said, "That's the sweetest, purest pupper ever," and we have to agree! 

Belle's motherly instincts are so admirable and adorable, but our internal cuteness meters maxed out when we saw baby Noodle. Viewer @fredith216 predicted, "I'm feeling foster failure...that's Belle's baby now." LOL! We think the pup would agree, though even the kitty seems to be enjoying the attention. We suppose we'll have to stay tuned to see what happens! In the meantime, we're soaking up every second of love between this pair. Even if Belle is trying to keep Noodle all for herself.

"Leave her alone—her baby is resting," wrote commenter @smartchick66. "Visiting hours are over!" LOL, that's definitely the message we're getting from Belle as she protects her little one. Guess she's forgetting who her mama is! Stephanie is a seasoned veteran when it comes to caring for animals, but who are we to keep this sweet pup from bonding with her kitten? Whatever works, works!

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