Dog Saved Her Owner From Landing In Virus-Hit City

A woman from Taiwan shared a heart-touching story on her Facebook page. She returned back home to find her dog with her passport in bits and pieces one day. That thwarted her trip with her family to Wuhan. After some time, she got to know about the corona virus-outbreak in Wuhan. She returned to share her joy on her Facebook page.

Luck does not knock at one’s life at regular intervals. It makes way into one’s life through some mascots. A woman from Taiwan cherished their beauty by having a life-saving incident in her life. She had almost grabbed the clutches of an unfortunate fate with her family.

It was a usual day for the woman. She was putting the things up for her visit to Wuhan with her family. She was not aware of the sequence of moments that were bubbling up to unfold before her. After getting done with her work, she returned back home.

Her pet dog-Kimi was there to welcome her. But the furry creature was not alone. There were bits of paper lying around. After taking a close look, she caught the sight of her tattered passport. Her dog had drained their Wuhan trip plan. The woman was no longer eligible to secure the tickets to Wuhan.


Sharing her dismay with the social media world, the woman posted the picture of her naughty canine with her tattered passport on 13th January. She wrote, “Once I got back to the room and found this scene!”

As the moments passed away, the bad news of the outbreak of corona virus in Wuhan reached her ears. Grabbing the bits of the news, she imagined the mongering monster sitting in Wuhan waiting eagerly for her and her family. The woman took a sigh of relief and thanked her dog’s passport-eating spree. There were no bounds to her joy and relief. She was overwhelmed to see her life coming back from the gloomy sheet of danger.

Sharing the good news with her followers, she sent another post saying, “Do you guys remember the passport? Throwback: this kid is really protecting me. After my passport was torn apart, the virus began to go where I originally planned to go. I think about it now, and it’s very touching. Fortunately, you blocked our trip”.