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Dog Saves Abandoned Newborn Baby In Ayutthaya

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Dog saves abandoned newborn baby
By English News

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AYUTTHAYA, June 3 - A newborn baby girl dumped in a litter bin was rescued by a dog early morning.

A two-year-old Thai bangkaew dog named "Pui" reportedly carried the bag with its mouth and barked continuously to alert its owner in Tha Rua district of Ayutthaya province.

The newborn baby girl was found with an uncut umbilical cord and her health was worrisome, showing signs of weakness, with her body becoming green.

The dog's owner rushed the newborn baby to a hospital. Doctors found the seven-and-a-half-month baby girl had been delivered prematurely with her body weight at 2,200 grammes.

The baby's health condition was listed as critical.

Local authorities are seeking the newborn's mother for questioning. (MCOT online news)

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In Australia, dogs eat babies! Here in Thailand, they save them! <3

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Not just a mans Best Friend, but a Girls as well. I hope the child recovers well & the dog gets handsomely rewarded.

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The dog is great, just does not look like a bang kaew.. I know I owned a few.

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whos a clever boy then

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1. Give the dog a big bone and a steak

2. Lets hope the baby gets better soon.

3. Lock the mother up for life.

Blame everything on the mother? Where's the dead beat father?

Probably a couple of teems. Thailand should give the High School kids proper sex education. In our small village are at least 2 underage girls pregnant.

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I can't believe people here trying to deflect blame from the mother for dumping a baby. Who cares if the father was nowhere in sight? Not justifying that either, but that's no excuse to just dump a baby in a dumpster. What's next? My husband left me, time to kill the baby with an ice pick? That's okay too?

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Who was the dog in a previous Buddhist life . . . answer that question and you will have the answer

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I can't believe people here trying to deflect blame from the mother for dumping a baby. Who cares if the father was nowhere in sight? Not justifying that either, but that's no excuse to just dump a baby in a dumpster. What's next? My husband left me, time to kill the baby with an ice pick? That's okay too?

The mother may only have been a kid her self

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I can't believe people here trying to deflect blame from the mother for dumping a baby. Who cares if the father was nowhere in sight? Not justifying that either, but that's no excuse to just dump a baby in a dumpster. What's next? My husband left me, time to kill the baby with an ice pick? That's okay too?

Obviously you don't care! It takes two to make a baby, unless you are duped into believing in immaculate conception! Most Thai men don't seem to care either. Just another hit and run, just like an auto and motorbike accident... Run away from any responsibility and hope the BIB don't catch you... But I agree no baby should be thrown out with the trash! There is blame to be shared amongst both families and Thai society in general. No one seems to accept responsibility for their actions, unless they are caught here...

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What a dramatic birth story!

I wonder why they'd bother finding the mother - she's obviously unfit to take care of the little one, whatever the reasons may be. And I am sure there are reasons that are rather unhappy. So if you find her... what? What good would punishment be?

Now the baby girl has been found, saved, she's in the news, and an adoptive home will be easy to find with all that publicity.

The dog deserves a medal.

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