William Gibb of Red Deer, Alberta had stopped at a Whitecourt Tim Hortons on Boxing Day to meet a friend for coffee. He told Global News that he had only left his Husky Sasha for less than 30 seconds to go to the bathroom when she started crying out.
“I scooped her up with my left, swung at the cat with my right. I tried to keep it away from me. I got a little scratch across the wrist but it didn’t do anything to me.”
Sasha suffered two large gashes to the chest, four puncture wounds in the neck and a few other cuts. Gibb said the five-year-old 80-pound pet is expected to make a full recovery.
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