Skip to comments.Cat named Pudding rescues owner hours after his adoption
Posted on 02/24/2012 5:10:59 AM PST by Ready4Freddy
Feline rouses woman from diabetic seizure by jumping on her chest, swatting her face
Pudding the cat is big. He is orange. He is laid-back. And hes a lifesaver.
Just ask Amy Jung. The 36-year-old Wisconsin resident credits 21-pound Pudding with saving her from the grip of diabetic seizure mere hours after she adopted him from a local animal shelter.
If something or someone hadnt pulled me out of that, I wouldnt be here, Jung told the Green Bay Press-Gazette newspaper.
Heres what happened: On Feb. 8, Jung visited the Door County Humane Society with her son, Ethan. She had no intention of adopting a pet; she and her son just wanted to play with the cats, who are allowed to roam free at the no-kill shelter.
But, as can happen with felines and humans, Pudding and Jung felt a strong and immediate connection.
He just gravitated to her, Door County Humane Society Executive Director Carrie Counihan told TODAY.com.
Jung made an on-the-spot decision to bring Pudding home. Always a calm and relaxed guy, Pudding took to his new digs right away, displaying not a hint of skittishness on his first day there.
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I swear those great big orange cats are the best! I had one, and he was fantastic!!
That there are.
I love ‘em all.
Pudding came from a litter of four cats. The other three are named Georgie, Porgie and Pie.
Check out this laid back big orange fella:
Alfie, King of the Jungle,
Shelter cat adopted 2000
Cleo, rescued by us from a
field in Southern Colorado
in November 2010.
Her story here:
Ruby, Shelter Cat
Adopted March 2011
Ham, Shelter Cat,
Adopted December 2011
This guy is the typical Orange:
outgoing, laid back, smart,
and a lover
We were looking for another orange cat this past December and one of the prospects was a Norwegian Forest cat mix. This cat was the biggest, fluffiest, most beautiful cat I’ve ever seen. If we had to just go by looks, I would have adopted her, but she was a little shy and had a couple of other issues so I didn’t think she would be a good match for our busy, little household. When we went back a couple of days later, she had been adopted. See post above to see what we got instead.
Give that cat a medal! And some catnip!
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