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Golden Retriever Returns Back Home Carrying Baby Koala Who Has Just Been Saved

Asha,a Golden Retriever, lives in Australia with Kerry McKinnon and her husband. Asha was seen by Kerry's husband who started yelling at Kerry to come to see what he saw. When Kerry came, she was completely surprised as she saw Asha playing with a baby koala who perched atop her back.

Kerry told News.com.au that Asha was happy with the koala and she let him snuggle into her back. People in Australia hailed Asha a hero for saving the baby koala, who was left alone all the night after falling from his mama.Thankfully, they took the small koala to a vet to be examined, and he is now being cared by a local carer until he is old enough to be back to the wild.

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