Adorable Puppy Was Found With ‘Tail’ Sticking Out Of His Forehead, Looking Like ‘Unicorn’

Recently, a dog rescue center posted adorable photos of a puppy they had just rescued. The photos have made their rounds on social media and amassed thousands of reactions.

The center, Mac’s Mission in Missouri, has recently taken in a puppy with an unlikely feature on his forehead. As seen in the photos, the youngster doesn’t look a regular pup, and it seems like he has a tiny tail growing out of his forehead.

Mac’s Mission personnel decided to name him “Narwhal The Little Magical Furry Unicorn,” and they are raising donations for the sweet canine.

“This puppy was just found along with another older dog. This puppy has a TAIL COMING OUT OF HIS FOREHEAD and a foot injury of some sort. We are thankful this baby and his buddy are safe from the freezing cold. We definitely specialize in special,” The dog rescue center posted on Facebook.

Speculations as to how the canine had developed the unlikely addition have started pouring in and some comments are hilarious!

One person explained, “It was going to be a twin,” You know how cells develop from the ass first? so when the cells split, this dog continued developing from the butt all the way to the nose, the other cell was like ‘f this s**t, I ain’t ready’ and stopped developing. so the ass part just stayed there while the other cell developed. so basically this dog has its siblings butt on its forehead.”

Oh my goodness what a precious unicorn pup. Thank you for finding this guy. I think he’s here to remind us that even out of sad situations, magical things can happen. ❤️ another person wrote.

“Nice try FBI, We all know this is one of the aliens that escaped the Area 51,” added a third.

The center later explained, “extra tail is not connected to anything and has no real use other than making him the COOLEST PUPPY EVER!”. 

The pup had some X-rays done and they explained:

They continued by saying that medically, it isn’t needed to remove the tail, for it doesn’t affect his health condition.

Watch the adorable unicorn puppy below:

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