|One tough kitty|
A Columbus, Ohio man, Gary Rosheisen, had fallen out of his wheelchair, near the bed. He was unable to help himself. His cat, Tommy, somehow had dialed 911, the dispatcher sent police because no one was speaking, the situation needed to be checked out.Tommy had lived with Gary for 3 years, and Gary had tried to teach him how to dial 911 on a speed dial, he wasn't sure Tommy had learned how; now he knows.
Tee Cee a cat from Sheffield, UK, can detect and act when Michael Edmonds is suffering an epileptic seizure. But over time Tee Cee has learned to predict, when he senses something is wrong he will sit and stare into Michael's eyes and tell when a seizure is about to happen, then he will alert family members who can provide help.
Patricia Kerr, age 90, has Sylvester the cat to thank for saving her life. The adopted cat was anti-social at first, but no longer. Sylvester noticed something was wrong with Patricia and went to a neighbor for help. The neighbor was able to alert police, who broke the door down and saved the woman from drowning in her bathtub; the water was cold and Patricia had hypothermia, she was rushed to the hospital. Thank you Sylvester.
|Don't mess with him! (click to enlarge)|