On the third night, Bryant found Mia had climbed out of her crate and sat next to a small, black, wet ball on the floor who turned out to be none other than baby Maude.
Since Mia had a neurological disorder, Bryant ending up taking care of both Mia and Maude. Mia sadly passed away last August, leaving Maude with the only other mother she has ever known.
"Because she's so friendly and was raised in a home, she would go up to dogs if I tried to release her," Bryant said. "So she is under permanent care and lives here ... [Maude] goes with me to a lot of places. I think she thinks she's a dog."
Maude and Bitsy. Ann Bryant