The cat was poisoned and was on the verge of death if there wasn’t the dog.
In New Zealand, a donor dog named Macy helped save the life of ginger cat Rory.
On the day the cat was admitted to the clinic, all laboratories were closed, where, unfortunately, the donor blood of the cat was closed.
Veterinarians had to ask for a blood transfusion for the dogs. As a result, Rory was saved.
According to the owner of the cat, Kim Edwards, Rory was in serious condition, he could die at any moment, as he arrived at the clinic with severe poisoning.
Miss Edwards decided to call her friend, who had a Labrador named Macy, and ask her for help. The woman agreed without hesitation. Regarding the “delivery” of 120 milliliters of blood to Rory, the cat felt noticeably better in a few hours.
Now the cat feels well and is on the mend.
This unusual transfusion was made possible by the fact that the cat had low levels of antibodies to the dog’s blood, which increased Rory’s chances of survival.
If the donor had been a cat, despite the fact that the group of cats was not determined, Rory could have died.