《中英對照讀新聞》Cyclist carries injured stray dog on his back, finds pup a forever home 自行車騎士揹載受傷的流浪狗，並為小狗找到永遠的家
Mountain biker Jarrett Little was with a group of fellow cyclists riding in the woods near Columbus, Georgia, when he spotted a creature who needed his help. It was a stray dog that appeared to have been hit by a car.
"We stopped to regroup and he came out of the woods to greet us. He was really thin, ribs showing and had a lot of road rash and a broken leg," Little said. He and the other cyclists fed the dog and gave him water, but knew they couldn’t leave the dog in the woods. Little didn’t have a car to transport him, just a bike. So he hoisted the pup onto his back, and rode into town looking for help.
"Right when we returned to my local bike shop to get him some more water and food, we instantly ran into Mrs. Andrea Shaw who was in town from Maine," Little said. "She decided to keep him and get him checked out medically."
"She paid for him to have his leg repaired with surgery and found an organization that could help get him back to Maine to live on her horse farm," Little said. Shaw also picked an appropriate name for the dog: Columbo, in honor of the town where she met him.