Adorable ‘Unicorn’ Puppy Has One Ear In The Middle Of Her Head

A new pet influencer is emerging on social media thanks to her unique attribute: she looks like a unicorn!

Rae is the adorable little golden retriever puppy who’s appearance came as a result of an injury she accidentally suffered after birth. This caused her ear to “migrate” up to the top of her head as she’s grown up.

Her unique look has been getting her loads of social media attention. Rae has only been on Instagram for a month, and already she’s gained 35,000 followers and counting!

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STAAHHHHPPP🤍🦄

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There have ben plenty of people who showing their love for this little pup, with her fans coming up with a nickname for Rae: “unipupper.” How cute!

One person commented on her picture saying, “What a beautiful pupper.”

While another person wrote they were “obsessed” with her.

Someone else even said, “Now all the dogs are going to want to have one migrating ear! Too freakin’ cute! Or should I say ‘freakishly’ cute?”

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Unicorn in full effect🤣🦄

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It is believed that Rae’s “accidental injury” was a result of her mother playing a little too rough with her. As a result, it caused her one ear to be removed, and the other to migrate.

There is good news in that her injury didn’t have any lasting problems for her, as she can still hear in the one ear.

Even though her Instagram page only has about 20 pictures at the moment, we have no doubt that there will be plenty more to follow as Rae continues to grow up and live her life.


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