Unlikely friendship? Photos of ‘puppy bringing home serpent friend’ go viral

PUBLISHED ON FRI, JUL 14, 2017 11:23 AM

Unlikely friendship? Photos of ‘puppy bringing home serpent friend’ go viral

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By Coconuts Bangkok 

 

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Photo: Dog Cry/ Facebook

 

LAMPANG: -- Shocking photos showing a puppy in Thailand’s upcountry bringing home a rat snake to his owner’s farm are going viral this week, but netizens have serious doubts about this “unlikely friendship.”

 

The photos were reportedly taken by the dog’s owner, a farmer in northern Lampang province, and were later reposted by Thai Facebook page “Dog Cry”, which shares photos and videos of cute dogs.

 

“Dog brings a new friend home! By the way, rat snakes are nonvenomous,” the caption on Dog Cry readers.

 

Source: https://coconuts.co/bangkok/news/unlikely-friendship-photos-puppy-bringing-home-serpent-friend-go-viral-photos/

 
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