New Born Baby Rescued from Trash Can in Southern Thailand

Her umbilical cord was still fresh.

Rescue workers said her umbilical cord was still fresh.



NAKON SI THAMMARAT – A newly-born baby was rescued from a garbage bin in Nakhon Si Thammarat’s Mueang district Sunday morning, police said.

Rescuers from a local foundation were alerted of the abandoned baby and rushed rescue the girl on Soi Wassana 2 on Pattana Khukwang Road at 8:10 am the Nation Reported.

The baby girl was found in a condition that appeared that she might have been born just a few hours earlier. Rescue workers said her umbilical cord was still fresh.

In June 2013 Thai dog (Pui) has been credited for rescuing a newborn baby who had been placed in a plastic bag shortly after birth and left in the landfill to die.

A two-year-old dog named Pui found the baby stuffed in a white plastic bag in a garbage dump in Sala Loi in Tha Rua district. He carried the baby in the bag to his house and barked loudly to get attention of his owners.

There are so many options for women in every country who cannot care for their babies. It is heartbreaking to hear that they are choosing to just let their children die on the side of the road.

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