Okla. Puppy Found Alive After Being Euthanized

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An Oklahoma dog is being called a survivor, and hundreds of people want to adopt him after they heard his amazing story.

Some say the 3-month-old puppy, named "Wall-E" after the Pixar movie robot who was the only one left of his kind, came back from the dead. He was one of five stray dogs that animal control had to euthanize.

Using a stethoscope, a veterinarian pronounced each one dead. The dogs were placed in a disposal bin used for animals. But the next day, a man opened the bin to find Wall-E alive and well.

"He was as healthy as can be," the man said. "Might say he's an angel dog."

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