Dog breastfeeds malnourished human baby in Chile
The national police says a witness spotted the dog feeding the boy on Thursday at a mechanic's workshop on Thursday in the desert port of Arica, some 1,240 miles (2,000 kilometers) north of the capital, Santiago. Police say they confirmed that.
Capt. Diego Gajardo tells The Associated Press that the child was released from a hospital on Friday is under the care of child welfare authorities.
Gajardo says the mother showed up at the hospital drunk, but she has not been arrested because there was not physical harm to the child.
A family court hearing on September 22 will determine who cares for the child.
Local news media identified the dog's name as "Reina."
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