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Friends for life: a tomcat in a wheelchair and a three-legged dog find a new home

Two stray animals from Bolivia are adopted by the same owner. In their new home the two get to know each other and become inseparable. It unites fate and its history.

The street dog Falco and the Siamese cat Scooter had to do without a family for a long time. The placement chances were slim, because life on the street has left some traces. The cat Scooter needs a wheelchair and the dog Falco only has three legs. Animal lover Mary Rose, 49 years old, has no heart to leave the cat and dog behind at the shelter. Falco and Scooter become part of the family. From the first moment on, the two are of one heart and one soul. Many people follow the poignant story on social media.

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Friendships between animals are not uncommon, as are connections between animals and owners. By rescuing and adopting a street dog, a police officer gained a loyal companion *. Even a veteran who takes in a small dog is accompanied by him until the last second *. In Palmerton, a family took in a traumatized dog who was left behind in an old house. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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