In her final hours a dying friend is comforted by a cat!
Most people mistakenly believe cats are not very sociable, but only if you haven’t met Wesley T. Monkey. Yes, that is the name of a cat with a heart bigger than many people regardless its wicked nature. Monkey’s unique name came from the fact that he was continually getting into troubles.
When he was younger, Monkey was more trouble-prone, as time went on, though, he grew calmer. He became a favourite cat at the Pennsylvania-based Indraloka Animal Sanctuary as a result of his activities.
Both employees and animals loved Wesley T. Monkey, a cat who knew how to return the favour.
Wesley’s best pal was Penny the cow. For these animals, spending so much time together is rare. They shared meals and beds, and Wesley would frequently be seen resting on Penny’s back. After a few years, Penny developed a disease.
The cow was suffering from a severe illness and would soon pass away because the veterinarians were helpless to save her. Wesley came to comfort the cow in her final hours knowing that his pal will pass away soon. He petted her and stayed until the very end, acting like a loyal friend.
This is yet another example of how cats are not cold-blooded animals. Like Penny and Wesley, they are also capable of making animal pals. Wesley has acquired new pals since Penny’s death. He is adored by all animals, and he returns the favor by his love.
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