From the same filmmaker who brought us the exquisite unbridled euphoria of “Dogs in Cars: California,” we get another video of unabashed indulgent cuteness and sentimentality.
Mia the white German Shepherd made her debut in Keith Hopkin’s first “Dogs in Cars” video, sticking her head out of a window and very obviously enjoying the wind in her face and the rush of smells past her nose.
And now Mia the dog is a mama! She recently gave birth to a litter of 11 (!) healthy puppies, and now we get to awww-dore the precious little darlings in Hopkin’s new series of videos.
The first video features mama Mia and her brood at just 10 days old, bonding through feeding time. The little puppies certainly keep Mia busy! But that’s OK, being this adorable is no small feat, and it takes a lot of hard work and practice to get this cute! Accompanied by a whimsical soundtrack, the video reaches maximum cuteness when one of the puppies climbs up on Mia’s back for a nap, then puppy and mama nuzzle nose to nose.
But the adorableness doesn’t stop there. There’s another video of Mia’s puppies at 25 days old, snoozing and cuddling and wrestling with each other.
Hopkin plans on adding more videos, so make sure to check back with the Puppy Pile, like him on Facebook, or follow his Twitter.
Photos via Keith Hopkin’s Facebook page