A dog that was rescued from a freezing cold river in Russia is actually a wolf, according to experts.
The animal was found by a group of fishermen in the Amur River, which forms the border between Russia and China. The fishermen noticed the animal struggling in the icy waters and managed to pull it out.
The fishermen initially thought the animal was a dog, but when they took it to a local animal shelter, experts identified it as a wolf.
The wolf, which has been named Mowgli, is believed to be around two years old and is now being cared for at the shelter.
The animal is said to be in good health, despite its ordeal. It is being fed a special diet and is receiving regular medical check-ups.
The shelter’s director, Natalia Avseenko, said that Mowgli is a “very special” animal. She said that the wolf is “very friendly” and “loves to be around people”.
Avseenko added that Mowgli is “very lucky” to have been rescued and is now “safe and sound”.
The story of Mowgli has captured the hearts of people around the world. The animal has become a symbol of hope and resilience, and a reminder of the importance of protecting wildlife.
Mowgli’s story is a reminder that animals of all kinds need our help and protection. We must do all we can to ensure that they are safe and can live in their natural habitats.