World’s First Nobel Prize-Winning Dog Says ‘Woweee’

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From his humble beginnings as a homeless street pup to surviving near-fatal illness to becoming the official mascot for a globally-recognized humanitarian organization, Foxtrot is one lucky dog.

On top of that, his humans just won the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.

Foxtrot lives at a World Food Programme outpost in Bangladesh, one of the world’s largest and most densely populated refugee camps. As GNN reported in August, the dog was just about a month old when WFP workers found him during a beach clean-up and took the hungry dog back to their camp after they couldn’t find his owners.

Source: GoodNewsNetwork.com

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