Showing posts with label strange news 23 February. Show all posts
Showing posts with label strange news 23 February. Show all posts
Puppy born in Oklahoma believed to be the first to survive with six legs

Puppy born in Oklahoma believed to be the first to survive with six legs

 

Puppy born in Oklahoma believed to be the first to survive with six legs

Veterinarians at an Oklahoma animal hospital said a puppy believed to be the first ever to be born alive with six legs is beating the odds by surviving and thriving.

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The Neel Veterinary Hospital in Oklahoma City said the puppy, named Skipper, was born with a single head and chest cavity, but she has six legs, two tails, two pelvic regions, two lower urinary tracts and two reproductive systems.


The hospital said Skipper is believed to be the first canine with six legs to be born alive, and despite some signs of spinal bifida, her organs "appear to be in great shape."


"All of her legs move and respond to stimulus just like a normal puppy. Its possible she may need physical therapy and assistance with mobility as she gets older," the hospital said in a Facebook post.


The hospital said Skipper is "very strong" and is doing well at her owner's home.


"All of her legs move and respond to stimulus just like a normal puppy. Its possible she may need physical therapy and assistance with mobility as she gets older," the post said.

 

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Floating house in Massachusetts listed for $275,000

Floating house in Massachusetts listed for $275,000

 
Floating house in Massachusetts listed for $275,000

A home for sale in Massachusetts is gaining attention online because of its unusual location: It's on a boat, but it's "not a houseboat.
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The home, listed online for $275,000, formerly was known as the Governor Herrick, a dredge for the Cape Cod Canal in the early 1900s.

The vessel, now named Tapestry, was converted in the mid-1990s by a man who built a home on top of the boat.

The 1,800-square-foot house, which has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, is parked at the Fairhaven Shipyard, but the location is not permanent.

"The person who lives in it currently works at the shipyard, so he was able to keep it there. But a future buyer will have to move it. It's not going to be able to stay at the shipyard," listing agent Jan MacGregor told Realtor.com.

The listing states the barge can be transported to another marina, or the home can be removed from the barge to a plot of land if the buyer finds a suitable spot.

 

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