Marathon Runner Saves The Abandoned Puppy And Finishes Her Run Carrying Him

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Published by Shifa Naz on 31 Jan 2019

Puppy is the cutest pet anyone can ever have and whoever says you can’t buy happiness have forgotten about these little puppies. The same happens with a marathon runner, as she was running amidst all, saw a little pup then she slowed down the pace and rescued the little puppy.

The 43-year-old runner Khemjira Klongsanun from Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand has become a superhero for the tiny animal. She participated in the Chombueng 26-mile (~42 km) marathon in Ratchaburi. And then she noticed a puppy on the road. The Marathon was held in Ratchaburi on 20th January 2019. During the marathon, other runners continued to run, Khemjira took the heart touching decision of taking the pet along with her to reach the finish line.


The lady on being asked why she took a ‘paw-se’ to help the pup, she replied, “It seemed to me that this little guy was lost. There were no houses, no other dogs, or no people around. So, I picked up the puppy, if only to take him out of the unsafe environment.”

เรื่องราวของการ วิ่งยังไง ให้ได้หมากลับบ้านการวิ่ง 42 Km.จอมบึงมาราธอน 2019อย่าลังเลที่จะช่วยใครการช่วยเหลือผู้อื่นเป็นสิ่งนึงที่ช่วยขจัดกิเลสในตัวเราขอบคุณผู้ถ่ายคลิปนี้ไว้ได้ คุณ Noom Phuwis Lorkamnoedผู้รับอุปการะสุนัข คุณ Polsin Sinsamoe‎

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At the crucial time, when people think of coming first, she decided to pick up the pup and even tried to run faster and increased her pace, and she didn’t leave the shivering animal behind. After the race was over she took the pup safely to her shelter. The lady even tried to find out the owners of the puppy but couldn’t find anybody and finally took him with herself. She has adopted the dumped dog and in total has 2 pet dogs at her home.


The dog belongs to Thai Bangkaew breed and finding a new home with such warmth and welcome heart must have been fortunate enough for the abandoned dog. Training a pet puppy is like upbringing and raising a child…

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