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Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead

I’ve had dogs since I was little. They have always been part of my family and we always included them in all family activities from camping trips to even sharing our bed with them. While each of them have always been unique in their own different ways, this story of a dog named Narwhal has an extremely unique feature.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

Meet Narwhal. This cute little pup was born with a tail growing out of his forehead. He was found wandering around in the cold with another dog.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

That’s when an animal rescue, ‘Mac’s mission’ quickly noticed this wasn’t an ordinary dog. The extra tail reminded the employees of the rescue center of a unicorn and that’s where they came up with the name of ‘Narwhal the little magical furry unicorn’. If you’re unaware of what Narwhal means, it is the real-life unicorns of the word.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

No, the tail does not wag.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

A vet did thoroughly inspect the tail and said it will have no affect on his health and has no real use.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

The tail doesn’t interfere with the puppy and puppy continues playing just like any other adorable pup.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

Obviously, everyone fell in love with him instantly.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

The animal rescue is currently requesting donations for the adorable puppy.

Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission
Abandoned Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead
Mac’s Mission

More Info: Mac’s Rescue

I know one thing for sure… I would love to adopt this adorable little puppy.

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