14 November 2019 10:38
'Unicorn' turns up in dog rescue center Unicorns are real - and they are disguised as puppies 0 SHARES Share it! Share Tweet By Gabriela Baron A 'unicorn puppy' was found wandering the streets of Missouri, United States. Narwhal, named after the tusked mammal, was taken into Mac's Mission, a special needs dog rescue center who focuses in helping dogs with special needs, dogs that are dealing with birth defects, injuries, or the effects of abuse. According to the center's founder, the 10-week old puppy has become their biggest attraction, with volunteers asking if they can play with him when they visit. The group also took Narwhal to the vet for an X-ray look.
"The extra tail is not connected to anything and has no real use other than making him the coolest puppy ever. [The doctor] said there is no real reason at this time for the unicorn tail to be removed," said Mac's Mission in a Facebook post. It also added that the "unicorn tail" does not bother Narwhal and assured that the puppy is "completely healthy." However, the center told that Narwhal is not yet up for adoption. "We want him to grow a bit more and truly make sure the tail doesn't become a bother or problem."