Catherine was hearbroekn. She could never repay Khan for what he had done for their family. She named him Khan the Wonder Dog, and at this time, there was nothing more for her to do but just sit, wait, and pray.
The hours went by, and the doctors gave Khan some more anti-venom, hoping he would soon retune to the active and dynamic dog he was before this terrifying incident.
What Are You, Mulga?
The Mulga is one of Australia's most known species, so what was it doing in Catherine's backyard? It is a deadly creature and in no way considered child's play. It can kill a fully-grown human within no time, which means the little baby wouldn't have stood a chance.
Khan instinctively jumped on Charlotte because he knew how deadly this kind of snake really was. He protected the little baby and took the injury himself. Now, Khan was between life and death, and no one knew how this was going to end.
Part of the Flock
Kahn was with his new family for less than a week and already felt like part of the flock. Time was not an issue for him, and his commitment and love toward his family were unconditional.
He saved the little baby's life, but this came with a very high price to pay. It was still unsure if Khan was going to make it. He was subjected to one of the world's most dangerous reptiles, and he was doing poorly.
Isn't It Ironic?
While Catherine was waiting to embrace Khan's fate, she thought of the entire situation and felt that it was all too ironic to be authentic. Khan was a rescue dog that was rescued by her. He was seriously neglected by the last family that had him and desperately needed a warm and loving home.
When Catherine first saw Khan, he was thin and injured with broken ribs. He was abused and mistreated. Catherine was unsure if he would make the perfect companion, however, she was in for the surprise of her life.
She Realy Did Rescue Him
If it wasn't for Catherine, Khan would have probably been put down. The rescue team said that he was in such bad shape they were unsure if anyone would want to take him in.
At the time, she wasn't very keen on adopting him, however, something drove her to him. The feeling was stronger than her, and it was as if she couldn't help it. She just had to take him in.