"Japik was placed beside a tree behind the house, without shelter or a roof to protect her from sun or rain," a member of the rescue team said in a statement. "When we arrived, it was raining heavily and she was trying to take cover under an old jacket. We could see that the jacket was soaked through and Japik was cold and shivering."
Rescuers were amazed Japik was even still alive. They hurried to cut her free.
"Let's hope this means she has a strong constitution and an equally strong will to survive," IAR wrote in a release.