Many people feel that a dog can be a person’s best friend and that no other animal can do so. We, on the other hand, believe that cats are equally deserving of this honor! And then there are the fluffy ones that can be referred to as heroes!
Cats are known for their independence as well as their affection. It seems that we are more in need of them than they are of us at times. When we are in need of their love and devotion, cats sense it. During this time, they cuddle up to us and start purring as near as they possibly can.
One kitten, on the other hand, was able to overcome its feline inclinations and conduct a really heroic deed.
Stella is a kitten with a friendly and gentle personality that everyone loves. She enjoys being close her owner Mandy, especially when she pats her on the head and when she naps on her feet. In other words, it acts in the manner of many normal cats.
On one occasion, Mandy walked out into her yard and saw a small squirrel hiding in the grass. On the surface, it seemed as if the unfortunate creature had fallen out of its hole and was now laying on the ground.
The baby was already pretty chilly, and he was on the verge of passing away. Mandy was quite concerned that it was too late to do something about the situation. She had never rescued an animal before, but the squirrel had no one else to turn to when he was in danger.
The mom made the decision to take the baby home with her. She was certain that her cat would be able to take care of the squirrel. And thus it came to pass. In the beginning, Stella only smelled the infant, gently caressed it with her paws, and then curled up around it in a ball.
Mandy was overjoyed when she saw this photo. The cat spent most of her time close to the squirrel, licking it as if she were a genuine mother. The infant felt secure and slept soundly for a long period of time, his body wrapped in the fur coat of the foster mother. It was certain that the kitten would look after it and regarded her to be its mother.
Some animals act as role models on how to treat people in a positive manner. Sometimes our pets are more human than some of our human companions.