***PLEASE NOTE THE MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY ROBERT Q FUGATE/CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: Chi Chi wears a prosthesis on her legs.) - A golden retriever has finally walked with prosthetics after a quadruple amputation saved her life. The adorable pooch, named Chi Chi, was left for dead outside a dog meat farm in South Korea, where she had been tied up by her paws to prepare her for slaughter. The tight bindings ate away at her flesh and after the farmers deemed her unworthy for food, she was disposed of in a rubbish bag. Thankfully, she was found by an animal welfare group and in a bid to save her life they amputated all four paws. Chi Chi was then flown 6,000 miles to Arizona, USA, where Elizabeth, 45, and Richard Howell, 44, welcomed her into their home. SEE CATERS COPY.

Golden retriever finally walks with prosthetics after quadruple amputations saved her life

A golden retriever has finally walked with prosthetics after a quadruple amputation saved her life. The adorable pooch, named Chi Chi, was left for dead outside a dog meat farm in South Korea, where she had been tied up by he... read more>>

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chi Chi takes a nap. ) - A golden retriever has finally walked with prosthetics after a quadruple amputation saved her life. The adorable pooch, named Chi Chi, was left for dead outside a dog meat farm in South Korea, where she had been tied up by her paws to prepare her for slaughter. The tight bindings ate away at her flesh and after the farmers deemed her unworthy for food, she was disposed of in a rubbish bag. Thankfully, she was found by an animal welfare group and in a bid to save her life they amputated all four paws. Chi Chi was then flown 6,000 miles to Arizona, USA, where Elizabeth, 45, and Richard Howell, 44, welcomed her into their home. SEE CATERS COPY.
PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chi Chi lays on her bed with her toys.) - A golden retriever has finally walked with prosthetics after a quadruple amputation saved her life. The adorable pooch, named Chi Chi, was left for dead outside a dog meat farm in South Korea, where she had been tied up by her paws to prepare her for slaughter. The tight bindings ate away at her flesh and after the farmers deemed her unworthy for food, she was disposed of in a rubbish bag. Thankfully, she was found by an animal welfare group and in a bid to save her life they amputated all four paws. Chi Chi was then flown 6,000 miles to Arizona, USA, where Elizabeth, 45, and Richard Howell, 44, welcomed her into their home. SEE CATERS COPY.
PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chi Chi the dog after her surgery.) - A golden retriever has finally walked with prosthetics after a quadruple amputation saved her life. The adorable pooch, named Chi Chi, was left for dead outside a dog meat farm in South Korea, where she had been tied up by her paws to prepare her for slaughter. The tight bindings ate away at her flesh and after the farmers deemed her unworthy for food, she was disposed of in a rubbish bag. Thankfully, she was found by an animal welfare group and in a bid to save her life they amputated all four paws. Chi Chi was then flown 6,000 miles to Arizona, USA, where Elizabeth, 45, and Richard Howell, 44, welcomed her into their home. SEE CATERS COPY.
***PLEASE NOTE THE MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY ROBERT Q FUGATE/CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: Chi Chi wears a prosthesis on her legs.) - A golden retriever has finally walked with prosthetics after a quadruple amputation saved her life. The adorable pooch, named Chi Chi, was left for dead outside a dog meat farm in South Korea, where she had been tied up by her paws to prepare her for slaughter. The tight bindings ate away at her flesh and after the farmers deemed her unworthy for food, she was disposed of in a rubbish bag. Thankfully, she was found by an animal welfare group and in a bid to save her life they amputated all four paws. Chi Chi was then flown 6,000 miles to Arizona, USA, where Elizabeth, 45, and Richard Howell, 44, welcomed her into their home. SEE CATERS COPY.

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Robin Swoops in on a devoted pensioner every morning to eat from its mouth

  A pensioner has become a ROBIN WHISPERER - after spending hours talking to the birds in his garden  and can now feed them from his mouth. Terry Taylor, 73, a retired cabinet maker from Waltham Abbey, Essex, accidentally took feeding the birds to a whole new level. After losing his wife in 2005, Terry has found comfort in feeding robins but was left stun... read more>>