After a life-changing encounter with a wolf, a female wolf has become a household name.
Judy the bunny is now a national celebrity.
The wolf she rescued, a male named Jack, was captured by her in Australia and put on a road trip to Australia and New Zealand.
Judy is now known as the ‘happy animal’.
“The only person who knows how many times I’ve done it is myself,” she said.
“I’ve never told anyone about it, but I know the people who live with them and know how upset they are.”
When she rescued the wolf she didn’t realise the damage it would do to the area around the farm she was working on.
Now Judy is hoping her celebrity will inspire others to be a bit more careful when crossing animals.
She said she knew it was going to be hard to leave Jack behind, but her decision was easy when she saw he was so happy.
Jack was a rescue from a home where it was very difficult to find good, old-fashioned food, she said, and it had been a big, dangerous journey to get to New Zealand from where she came.
As soon as she spotted the fox, she immediately wanted to bring him home.
I was thinking of how it’s a little bit sad that it’s just been lost, but how much better things could be if he was around. “
It’s my job to take care of him.
Judy, who works as a dog groomer, said it was the first time she’d ever felt so happy as a worker. “
It’s really nice to have someone around who knows about what’s going on and helps to keep the animals happy.”
Judy, who works as a dog groomer, said it was the first time she’d ever felt so happy as a worker.
It has been so amazing to watch the reaction from people who know him, she added.
He has always been an animal, and we’re so proud of him.
“A similar story has happened with her own dog.
Judy said her dog, named Doggy, had been an Australian Shepherd in the wild.
Doggy, who lives in Australia with her two dogs, had gone missing after the wolves had captured her and Jack, and Judy thought he was dead.
But Doggy survived the trip and came home.
He is now one of her best friends and she is now hoping for the same thing.
When Judy rescued Doggy she said she was happy because he was an Australian dog and she was a bunny.
Since then Doggy has become the family dog.
Judy is a volunteer with the Queensland Government’s Animal Rescue Network and works with animal rescue organisations and other groups.
Although she was not aware of her celebrity status until now, she is still grateful for the support she has received.”
It makes me feel so grateful to be able to be here and to help others,” she explained.
For Judy, it has been a long road, and now she is ready to move on.”
I hope people will be as happy and as proud of what they do as I am, because this is a good thing,” she joked.
This article originally appeared on ABC News website.