Maggie the dog, a guest at Barkers Pet Motel and Grooming in Alberta, Canada, got busted performing a Houdini act and breaking out of her cage at the kennel. But she wasn't using her freedom to enjoy a night on the doggie town, she was just going to sit outside the cage of two scared nine-week-old rescue puppies spending their first night there.
Pet hotel owner Sandy Aldred let Maggie into the pups' cage, and Maggie spent the whole night cuddling with them.
The pet hotel's office manager Anna Cain told The Huffington Post that Maggie, a recently adopted shelter dog whose own puppies had been adopted out about two weeks earlier, was staying at the pet hotel while her owners were on vacation. The puppies, Hannah and Kari, had just been rescued by Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society and brought to Barker's. Since posting this sweet love story on Facebook, the whole crew has gotten lots of coverage, with the hotel owners and Maggie's humans even going on the local news. And the best news is that puppies Hannah and Kari already have adoptions pending.