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Bangkok marathoner rescues pupper during race & carries it for remaining 30km

She even gave it some care afterward.

Tanya Ong | January 31, 06:01 pm

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Recent pictures of a Bangkok marathoner with a puppy in her arms has melted hearts all over the world.

Rescued puppy, ran race with it

In a Facebook post by one Polsin Sinsamoe on Jan. 25, the runner was photographed with a puppy in her arms during a local marathon race.

The lady found the puppy at around the 12km mark, and carried the puppy as she ran the race.

Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.
Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.

This is a video of her running with the dog in her arms:

The proud marathoner even crossed the finish line with it.

Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.
Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.

Dog found in poor condition

According to a Facebook post, the dog was found to be wounded and suffering from a skin condition.

Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.
Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.
Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.

This is the Facebook post:

Gave it some care

According to other Facebook posts, it also appears that the lady cared for the puppy afterward.

She named the puppy Chom.

Here’s a look at the puppy after a bath:

Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.
Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.
Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.

And here’s a photo of Chom with her other dog:

Photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook post.

Absolutely adorable.

 

Top photo via Polsin Sinsamoe’s Facebook.

 

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