Two-legged stray dog gives birth to four puppies in China


 
Two-legged stray dog gives birth to four puppies in China
A two-legged stray dog has given birth to a litter of puppies in China – and all of their legs are in full working order.
The stray, which was named Si Bao by an owner who later abandoned her, gave birth to four healthy puppies near Kouguan railway station in Datong, Shanxi Province in the north of the country.
Shi Bao was made one of the city’s many strays after her owner moved out of the neighbourhood and decided not to take her with him, but became well known locally when she lost her two rear legs after being hit by a speeding train two years ago.
Balancing on just her forelegs, Shi Bao nuzzles her puppies lovingly as she takes them for a walk in the area around the train station.
China has an estimated 130 million stray dogs – many them victims of a growing urbanisation that has seen millions of people move into high-rise buildings with little room for pets.
It’s a tough life on the street for many of the dogs. As well as state-sponsored extermination campaigns in many cities, there is also widespread abuse of strays by members of the public, and the risk of being captured for dog meat or succumbing to hunger and disease. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2566667/Two-legged-stray-dog-gives-birth-four-puppies-China-legs-order.html#ixzz2uSyGBphX Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
 
Loving mother: The stray, which was named Si Bao by an owner who later abandoned her, gave birth to four healthy puppies near Kouguan railway in Shanxi Province
 

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Loving mother: The stray, which was named Si Bao by an owner who later abandoned her, gave birth to four healthy puppies near Kouguan railway in Shanxi Province
 

4 thoughts on “Two-legged stray dog gives birth to four puppies in China

  1. Incredibly sad; this world is a hell, made far worse by “human beings.” But those of us who love at least make it a bit more bearable. I truly hope some good people come to the real rescue of Si Bao and her precious babies.

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