Stranger Attacks Her. 20 Years Later, She Meets A Great Dane And Makes A Stunning Realization

by Barbara Diamond
Barbara is a passionate writer and animal lover who has been professionally blogging for over 10 years and counting.

Back in 1993, Maja Kazazic was a 16-year-old girl living in war-torn Bosnia. Tragically, a bomb landed on her village, killing all six of the friends with whom she was sitting.

Maja miraculously survived the bombing, though just barely. Her right leg got infected and doctors had to amputate it from the knee down.

Eventually, Maja evacuated Bosnia and made it over to the United States. She learned to live life as an amputee and became active in all sorts of sports and activities. She even became a successful motivational speaker. However, Maja could never shake the high amount of stress and anxiety she experienced as a result of the horrible nightmare she faced as a teen.

Nearly 20 years had passed since the bombing when a clinician mentioned to Maja a sad Great Dane puppy named Rosie.

After Rosie was born, her mother stepped on her leg and broke it in half. Rosie’s leg got infected, just like Maja’s had, and vets had to amputate it from the knee down… also just like Maja.

To make matters worse, Rosie’s owner wanted to euthanize her. And just like Maja once was, Rosie waited at death’s door.

Watch the video below to find out what happened when Maja and Rosie met face to face. It’s truly, truly incredible.

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