Animal crossing flowers are a common sight in parks and other outdoor spaces.
But are they safe for babies?
And if so, what are they?
A pet owner and a friend were walking through the neighborhood one day when they spotted a baby girl in a flower.
She was wearing a small, red, yellow and white flower with the word “Pets” printed on it.
The friend brought the little girl home.
“I said, ‘Oh, she’s a little girl.
“And the baby said, `Yeah, I am.’ “
“The friend quickly identified the girl as the baby’s older sister, Liana. “
But Liana wasn’t a baby, so Rinaldo and her husband, John, didn’t know if she was a boy or a girl until they brought her home.”
The friend quickly identified the girl as the baby’s older sister, Liana.
But Liana wasn’t a baby, so Rinaldo and her husband, John, didn’t know if she was a boy or a girl until they brought her home.
They decided to take Liana out of the park, to see if she could be safely adopted by her older sister.
They decided to bring her to an animal sanctuary, where she was adopted by a man who was raising money for her adoption.
She is now a pet.
When Liana was two months old, her mother gave birth to a litter of two puppies, so she had to be placed in foster care for a few weeks.
Liana became a pet again in March 2017.”
It’s the perfect way to celebrate the birth of our first baby girl, but we just wanted to make sure she was safe and well,” Rinaldeis said.
She and her fiance were both excited when they found out Liana’s biological parents are a couple.”
I was like, ‘Wow, they are the real deal!’
” John Rinalda said.
The couple now have two foster babies.
Rinaldeises mother, Donna Rinaldini, said she and her partner, Mike, also of Washington, D.C., had to take care of Liana while they were pregnant with her.
They gave her toys and food and cared for her in their spare time, but Donna Rialdini said it was also important for them to be a little bit more involved in Lianas life.”
We were the ones that brought her up, and she was the one that got to have a home, and that’s how it was,” she said.”
If she has the right people, she’ll be fine.
She’s so smart, so talented, and I think she’ll have a bright future.
“The Rinaldos are very thankful for the time they spent with Liana, who is now in a loving home.”
It’s a miracle that she’s here.””
It’s amazing how the two of us, her mom and dad, just love each other so much.
It’s a miracle that she’s here.”
The Washington State Department of Health has more information about infant safety and adoption.
The Washington Department of Animal Care and Control is handling Liana and the baby.
If you or someone you know needs help, call 888-845-6867 or go to their website.