Cat saves owner's life hours after adoption
Wis. woman woken by 'Pudding' while suffering seizure
A newly-adopted cat in Wisconsin repaid his owner's kindness by saving her from a medical emergency just hours after he was brought home.
Amy Jung, 36, said the 21-pound, orange-and-white cat named Pudding came to her rescue when she began suffering a diabetic seizure after going to bed Feb. 8, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported.
The fast-acting feline sat on Jung's chest in an attempt to wake her and, when that didn't work, he nudged and nipped her face until she briefly returned to consciousness, according to the Huffington Post.
The convulsions stopped long enough for Jung to call to her son for help. When he didn't respond, Pudding ran to his room and jumped on his bed, the Press-Gazette reported.
Jung is convinced she would not have survived if Pudding had not intervened.
"If something or someone hadn't pulled me out of that, I wouldn't be here," she said.
Pudding is now being registered as a therapy animal, and has learned to sit by Jung's feet and meow when he senses that her blood sugar is low, according to the Huffington Post.
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