It was not the animals fault, there was so much smoke, sirens and chaos
Tracy While-Erasmus was one of the lucky ones who had a home unaffected by the Knysna Fire. In the peak of all the panic she opened her home to around 30 people and 19 dogs, cats and birds.
One of the families that arrived, brought their terrified Husky. Tracy set up a space for the scared dog in the garage, making sure it was secure, fed and watered. At around 10pm on the night the family arrived, she went to check on the dog.
The air was filled with smoke and sirens, causing untold amounts of stress on the animal. She bent down to pet him and he reacted by biting her in the face.
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