It’s an understatement to say Corbin is a large dog. He’s 150 pounds of legs and affection as a Great Dane, and the better words to describe him are ‘gentle giant.’
People will cross the road because he’s so huge, Karen told the Dodo, “yet they don’t realize that he’s scared of his own shadow.”
Corbin’s heart is greater than his body, and kittens make this hulking man melt.
Karen has been fostering kittens with the Ontario SPCA & Humane Society for a few years. “I must admit, though, that the one who appears to benefit the most from fostering is our dog, Corbin,” she adds of the benefits of helping to raise someone’s future best friend.
Karen and Corbin’s foster kittens are enough to make anyone happy, but “the highlight of his day is when he is permitted to come and spend some time with the kittens,” says Corbin.
Karen, on the other hand, took care to keep Corbin away from the foster kittens at first. He was simply large, and she was concerned about an unintentional paw stepping in the wrong spot. In addition, his size makes him clumsy.
Corbin, on the other hand, had had enough of Karen’s worries and dashed past her into the kitten room. “I’m going to be gentle, let me see the kitten,” he simply sat down and informed his mother.
Even though he was so enormous to their so little, Corbin proved to be the gentlest dog kitten foster dad ever! “The kittens are tiny than his paw,” said the owner, who weighs 150 pounds vs half a pound. They’re not as big as his nose.”
He likes to kiss the kittens with his enormous canine tongue, yet he’s always careful around the little kittens, acting as a perfect mama cat!
One kitten, in particular, stands out as Corbin’s dearest friend among the foster kittens he has cared for. From the minute she met him, Jesper fell in love with the gigantic dog. The little tabby kitten relished the opportunity to be close to her big pal.
While Corbin misses Jesper, the gentle giant understands that the aim is adoption, and his mother is extremely proud of her pup for his kind heart.