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This Dog Was Living Under A Shopping Cart, But She Wasn't Exactly Alone

NOVEMBER 30, 2016  —  By Hannah Austin

When Rescue From The Hart got a phone call about a stray dog living under a shopping cart, they set out to save her life. To their surprise, there was much more to her story than immediately met the eye.

Los Angeles-based Annie and James Hart founded the non-profit dog rescue in 2014. With the help of volunteers, donors, and social media, they've been able to rescue many dogs and place them in forever homes.

Every rescue is special, but they'll never forget Bailey. How they saved her life (and a few others) is something that you have to see for yourself.

Bailey the dog was found living under a discarded shopping cart. A neighbor had been kind enough to leave her food and water and call for help.

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Rescuers slowly gained her trust with treats. As they crept closer, they got a big surprise. Bailey was pregnant!

She was also a very sweet dog. It didn't take her long to warm up and accept a little love.

In fact, Bailey basked in the attention. The rescuers promised her that they would take care of her and her puppies.

Just a few weeks later, she went into labor.

One by one, the tiny puppies arrived and were licked clean.

Before long, all five of Bailey's babies were happily nursing. Just look at that motherly pride!

Check out the full rescue below and find out what happened to the "Bailey Bunch" next.

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Without Rescue From The Hart, Bailey and her pups most likely would have died on the street. How wonderful it is to see them all playing together!

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If you'd like to learn more about Rescue From The Hart or donate to their organization, click here. The work they do is wonderful, but as their website says, "it takes a village."

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