The Lugdon household of Wallagrass, ME, had a shock customer final week, one who bonded fairly nicely with their canine, Leo.
Shannon Lugdon operates Lugdon Lodge, an journey camp, and noticed a moose calf on her property. She named the little feminine Maggie, however was suggested by wardens to depart her alone for 24 hours, as typically mom moose will wander and return to her offspring.
Alas, mother by no means got here again.
The subsequent morning, Lugdon went on the lookout for Maggie and her canine, Leo, discovered her shortly.
“I let Leo out to do his enterprise and he walked proper over and Miss Maggie and Leo turned quick buddies,” Lugdon wrote in a Fb submit. “You may’t think about how affectionate she was.”
Child Maggie was finally picked up by a biologist and brought to the Maine Wildlife Park, however not earlier than having fun with a “milkshake” (a veterinarian instructed Lugdon to feed her some Lactaid) and snuggle time with Leo and the remainder of the Lugdon household.