(KTUU) There’s a good reason a young puppy from Chevak, Alaska came to be named after a famous talking snowman. The Husky-Shepherd mix named Olaf was found abandoned and frozen to the ground at the town’s dump.
“He was frozen so he got named Olaf,” said Kelly Brewer with Alaska Animal Rescue Friends (AARF).
The story has a tragic beginning but ends with a wagging tail. Bethel Friends of Canines and Ravn Air worked to get Olaf all the way to Anchorage. He arrived Wednesday a little underweight, with blood shot eyes and achy muscles.
“He’s got a ways to go to be ready for adoption but then he’ll be available for rescue,” said Brewer.
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