Amazing: Dog rescued at sea 3 weeks after Japan quake

One more survivor in Japan has been rescued.

The Japanese coast guard on Friday rescued a dog floating in the debris off the coast of Kesennuma, northern Japan. It’s unclear if the canine, which was scrambling on the roof of a house that had been washed away, had been at sea for the entire three weeks since the devastating earthquake and tsunami.

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One Reply to “Amazing: Dog rescued at sea 3 weeks after Japan quake”

  1. At this stage I was living at home with my parents, however aged twenty two, I decided to

    rent my own bungalow near the coast in Devon. This was nearly two hundred miles away from my

    parents in home in Birmingham. This obviously meant I was no longer in the position to take

    Shandy on his walk.

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