Dog saves stuffed cat in zipped cooler near Arizona animal shelter

FOUNTAIN HILLS, Arizona – Thanks to a curious dog, this animal story had a happy ending.

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A husky discovered a zipped black cat in a cooler that was in a plastic bag outside an Arizona animal shelter, saving the feline, KTVK reported.

“The cat was saved by a dog. You don’t hear that everyday, Fearless Cat Rescue spokesman Teryn Jones told the TV station.

On Saturday morning, a woman was walking her husky, named Koda, and passed by Fearless Kitty Rescue, a no-kill cat shelter in Fountain Hills, KNXV reported.

The dog saw a garbage bag on a bench and went to sniff it, the TV station reported. When Koda continued to sniff, the owner opened the bag and found the cooler with the young cat inside and still alive.

Jones said there was no way of knowing how long the cat, now named Juliane, had been confined in a cooler on a hot summer morning, KTVK reported. The cat is doing fine, but vets have found a lump on its tail that could lead to amputation, the TV station reported.

“We get (his name) from Danish culture; that means fearless and of course we’re Fearless Kitty Rescue, ”Jones said. KTVK. “We think she’s the true definition of fearlessness.”

The Maricopa County Sheriff‘s Office is investigating the case.

“You just can’t do that to animals. Well you can’t do that to anyone, let’s be honest, ”Jones said. KTVK. “Animals have no voice; they can’t tell you what’s going on.

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