A dog found swimming over 135 miles from the shore of workers at an oil tank crew in the Gulf of Thailand safely returned to the ground. (April 16)
BANGKOK – A dog found swimming over more than 135 miles from the shore of workers in a crew of oil in the Gulf of Thailand has been safely restored to the ground.
A rig worker belonging to Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Vitisak Payalaw, told her Facebook page that they saw the dog last Friday swimming into the platform. He said they were lucky to see this because if these waves were unlikely to be seen.
The dog made it on the platform, clinging to the support structure at the bottom of the deck without barking or rage, written by Vitisak.
The crews lowered the rope and survived the neck of the dog and struck it. Vitisak said they thought the dog could fall in a fishing, and called it "Boon Rod," or "Survivor."
The dog was delivered boat on Monday to the southern port of Songkhla and expressed in good shape after being taken to the watchdog of Watchdog Thailand .
Vitisak said if the dog was not taken, he wanted to take it to his home in the northeast of Thailand.
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