Naki’o was found in the cellar of a Nebraska foreclosed home with all four legs and his tail in puddles of water that had frozen. What frostbite didn’t do, a surgeon did, amputating all four legs and giving him four prosthetics.
Naki’o was found in the cellar of a Nebraska foreclosed home with all four legs and his tail in puddles of water that had frozen. What frostbite didn’t do, a surgeon did, amputating all four legs and giving him four prosthetics. Associated Press
Naki’o was found in the cellar of a Nebraska foreclosed home with all four legs and his tail in puddles of water that had frozen. What frostbite didn’t do, a surgeon did, amputating all four legs and giving him four prosthetics. Associated Press

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