Koda, a husky, had no idea she was going to save a life when she went for her daily stroll earlier this month.
Koda and her mother were strolling by the Fearless Kitty Rescue facility about 5:45 a.m. on their daily route. Koda normally pauses to sniff the environment, but something was different this time.
Teryn Jones, events and marketing coordinator at Fearless Kitty Rescue, told The Dodo, “She made a beeline for our donation table.” “On our donation bench was a zipped-up cooler with no holes and covered in a rubbish bag. Koda was adamant on staying. ‘There’s something in there,’ she said. I’d want to be allowed in! ‘Look, Mom!’
Koda’s mother was taken aback by her pup’s joy and unzipped the cooler. A black cat peered out and started gasping for oxygen. It was already hot outside, despite the fact that it was still early, and the cat appeared pleased to be free.
Koda’s mother phoned a rescue volunteer, who hurried over to welcome the cat within and out of the sun.
Jones stated, “She was just shaken up and kind of in freeze mode.” “And she’s been like that ever since.”
Juliane, the small black cat, has been gently acclimating to life at the rescue.
“She’s incredibly kind, but she’s also quite frightened and bashful,” Jones explained. “However, she enjoys being pet and purrs and rolls around on her stomach.” Her tenacity in overcoming the challenges she faced is very inspiring.”
“The name Juliane signifies ‘Fearless’ in Danish culture,” Fearless Kitty Rescue stated on Facebook. “And she’s fearless!”
Juliane, on the other hand, isn’t out of the woods yet. Juliane’s tail has a huge mass that will need to be surgically removed. Juliane will be ready to begin her search for a loving permanent home after she has healed and feels better.
“She’s really lovely and very tidy,” Jones added, “so she’s your dream cat.” “She sits and does her own thing, making no messes… She’s really a delicate little thing.”
Juliane now gets a second opportunity at happiness thanks to Koda, illustrating that guardian angels exist in many shapes and sizes.