A 10-week-old deserted dog with tail on head, has been taken in by a creature salvage focus in Missouri.
Staff at Mac's Mission, which is transcendently for creatures with exceptional necessities, have called the doggy Narwhal.
They had been told there was "no clinical need to eliminate" the tail its head as it caused him no torment, they said.
Furthermore, the prominence of photographs of Narwhal on Facebook had helped bring issues to light of the salvage community's work.
Rochelle Steffen, who runs Mac's Mission, named after a pit-bull terrier she saved seven and a half years back, revealed to BBC News Narwhal "is in no agony and plays for quite a long time".
Composing on Facebook, Ms Steffen said Narwhal, named after a types of whale that has a huge "tusk", had visited the vet on Tuesday.
What's more, X-beams had demonstrated his extra tail, about a third the size of his genuine tail, was not associated with anything and filled no need other than to make him the "coolest doggy ever".
Narwhal isn't yet accessible for adoption as the staff need him to "grow more and really ensure the tail doesn't turn into a trouble or an issue".
Ms Steffen said Narwhal was one of many dogs dumped in the country Missouri.
Those taken in by Mac's Mission, who generally had uncommon necessities - disfigurements, clefts, injury, "anything major", would somehow or another be bound to be put down, she stated, so "there is an incredible need to give them a chance".
"We give them that chance."
Photographs and recordings of Narwhal on the middle's Facebook page have increased a huge number of "likes" in 24 hours.
What's more, Ms Steffen says, as its work seems to be "carefully grassroots, through web-based media" the additional consideration "is significantly epic for so numerous new people to get some answers concerning our marvelous little salvage".