Reader Pets: CeCe the Cat

Barbara in Minnesota writes about CeCe, her cat:

My cat, CeCe, woke me up three years ago in the middle of the night to tell me my son had slipped into a coma. We had only had the cat for two weeks, and it was our first clue that my son was diabetic. She saved his life.

Now, she does her job every day, sniffing his breath and making sure he is safe.  Here she is letting us know that my son’s diabetes needed a little attention.

CeCe on my son’s back.

She checks me out, too, every chance she gets.

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  • barbarajmay

    Neither did I. I sure don’t question it now. When she comes to me meowing really loud, I take her word for it.

  • hauksdottir

    A very fine cat! She loves and watches over her people.

  • hmontaigne

    Good kitty!

  • judybrowni

    An orangey, my favorite!

    Lots of personality, and smarts.

  • My cat let me know our dog was secretly plotting against the family and we were able to put him up for adoption before any lives were lost.

  • I didn’t realize cats did stuff like this.

  • HolyMoly

    Great story! Dogs, cats…their loyalty and dedication is amazing. We could learn a thing or two from them about how to treat our fellow man!

  • Mirror

    Wow. Great story. Thanks for sharing it John!

  • basenjilover

    Cats,too are human’s best friend!!

  • 2patricius2

    What a wonderful cat!

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