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October 13, 2018 / Posted by:

Putol’s life started out in a bad way. She was born without hind legs, and a demon shit-hearted human coldly brushed her off as useless and not being long for this world. But when a bitch is wrong, a bitch is wrong. A gold-hearted human named Danilo Codilego Jr. of Quezon City in the Philippines came along and saved Putol. Danilo told Caters News that he took in Putol because nobody else wanted her. If that ain’t the start of a Pixar movie, then I must be confused as to what a Pixar movie really is.

When naming Putol, Danilo decided to get blunt and go with something that’s straight to the point. Putol means “cut” or “chopped” in Tagalog. Personally, I would’ve named her Almost Helena, but I’m more subtle like that. It’s been six years since Danilo took in Putol, and the block of frozen shit who cast her aside can eat an embalmed dick, because she’s thriving. Putol has learned to get around completely on her front legs and gives everyone a priceless Cirque du Soleil show wherever she goes. Putol can get around and balance her body so she can eat and drink water. So the next time your lazy bones are laid out on the couch and you’re thirsty but willing to risk dehydration because you really don’t want to use energy to get up, remember that there’s a two-legged dog in the Philippines who learned how to do a long ass handstand so she can drink water.

Someone really needs to introduce Putol to the engineers who hooked Karamel The Two-Wheeled Squirrel up. Although, the people of Quezon City may not be happy about that, because she’s already running all over their asses with just two legs.

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