A stray dog that saved a woman from attackers is being kindly rewarded in the form of a home.
Georgia Bradley was taking a stroll during a holiday in Georgioupoli, Crete, when a pair of aggressive men approached her.
When they started to grab her after she turned down their advances, a black dog leapt out and started barking. The men were scared away and the 25-year-old credits the dog for saving her, reports The Telegraph.
The scruffy pooch, believed to be a poodle terrier cross, followed Bradley back to her apartment. They instantly bonded and she tried to convince a local animal shelter to let her adopt the dog, who she named Pepper, but they wouldn’t let her.
“When we left to go to the airport, we looked back and Pepper was running after the car. It was heartbreaking,” she told the Telegraph.
Upon returning home to Calstock, Cornwall, Bradley couldn’t stop thinking about the dog, and booked a flight back to Greece two weeks later.
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