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Couple finds abandoned dogs missing front legs

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PLEASANTON, T.X. -

A Texas couple is looking for a good home where a litter of abandoned dogs will get a lot of TLC. 

On the front steps of the Second Baptist Chapel in Pleasanton, Texas, Betty and Barry Wright found the four dogs, all with the same condition you have to see to believe.

None of the dogs have front legs.

Betty and Barry think all four of them having the exact same birth defect seems unlikely, so that leaves one option: someone cut off their legs.

As they nurse the dogs back to health, Betty and Barry marvel at how all have adapted to life with only two legs.

The couple is now looking for a home willing to adopt all four of the dogs.  Otherwise, they'll raise them as their own.

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