Cat watches video of owner who passed away

The cat’s reaction at the 0:37 mark is heartbreaking . . . .

H/t Joseph BC69

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Hawkmoon
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Hawkmoon

Cultures like the Celts & AmerIndians knew that animals and plants had awareness & intelligence. This is just another beautiful reminder that they were right, and significant aspects of modern day junk science like “Global Warming” & “Human Biology” are frauds.

Tom Jones
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Tom Jones

That is so touching…and so sad…but it looks like this kitty has a loving home despite losing his original human…

So important to make arrangements for our animal companions so that they don’t end up in shelters in the event we pass away before them.

greenworxx
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greenworxx

Wow, the tenderness of that cat’s love for his former family member just breaks my heart.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

I have no doubt but what the depth of love that cats feel for their human family members is truly great. My Baby likes to lay on the bottom of my bed, when I walk by her–she starts this loud purring. There is no doubt that she is affected by my closeness–and she will bat at me with her paws in order that I stop and pet her. She has now taught herself to walk across the bed and crouch down by my side while I am sleeping because she wants to be petted. It certainly makes me feel good,… Read more »

sixbunnies
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sixbunnies

I am confused. The comments in the youtube video claim the video shows a turtle and a cat! I can’t see anything distinctly on what the cat is watching. Please help.

CalGirl
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CalGirl

Any time (3 or more at least) that I’ve had to euthanize an elderly cat, I’ve brought them home to bury in my rose garden. Each time, the surviving cohort cat has come into the family room upon our arrival home and set up a mourning wail…..I assume, b/c their companion did not come back with us into the house into the “normal” space. The cohort cat has smelled us all over and investigated the house, looking for their companion. It would take a day or two or more of this before they stopped crying. I don’t see why, if… Read more »

Joseph BC69
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Joseph BC69

Sorry, I was going to comment, but after reading your comments, I’m tearing too much to see the keys. Maybe later.

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MarkyMark
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When I had to euthanize my cat on 11/9/16 (the day after the election), I could hear her in the house for months later. After I got back from the vet, I could hear her using the litter box. In the ensuing months, I could hear her walking around, because certain floorboards would make a particular sound when she stepped on them; I heard those sounds for months. She was over 20 years old, and she’d finally lost her battle with her failing kidneys. When I returned from South America 3 months ago, I brought back a street cat from… Read more »

CalGirl
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CalGirl

Tears….Joseph, Trail, Marky, Hawk, Dr. E… and DCG. Dr. E…..me too. I WANT to be met and led into my eternal life by the pets with whom I shared unconditional love in my time on Earth. Humans are not so “unconditional.” And, I’ve never experienced that after-death thing with my cats that some of you have (tho’ have experienced some powerful other things with the intuition of my live cats), BUT….our beloved GSP/Black Lab mix (the smartest dog who ever owned us) had to be euthanized in the last throes of liver cancer. He was the “time-keeper” of our days….when… Read more »

grundoon
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grundoon

My “Buddy” did in his sleep at 9 years old of an apparent heart attack on the living room floor in front of us as my wife and I sat reading one Saturday afternoon. We were truly buddies. I had nightmares about losing this beautiful part Siamese cat. We tried everything to revive him but to no avail. We wrapped him in a towel and drove him the 2 miles to the vet for cremation and returned to find a gray and white year and a half old female stray waiting for us at our back door. She walked right… Read more »