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Maternal Instinct Of The Stray Cat From Russia Saved A Newborn Baby From A Painful Death

God used this cat to save the life of a little boy.

Sometimes human cruelty knows no bounds. Confirmation of these words is a story that happened on January 10 in Obninsk (Russia).

Two months baby was left next to the dumpster of multi-family building. Somebody put a little boy into a cardboard box, which was a small house for the stray cat Masha. Following her maternal instinct, This Siberian cat kept the child warm for several hours and tried to attract the attention of the people around them with a loud meow.

One of the building residents came on the plaintive meowing of previously calm cat. According to her, next to the garbage she saw a cardboard box in which baby was quietly sleeping, and the cat curled around him, trying to warm him up with her body. A woman called an ambulance and police. Cat Masha anxiously followed ambulance stuff when they were carrying the baby in her arms. Thanks to the cat child did not get frozen on a street and did not even get hypothermia. And now his life is not in danger.

When you hear such stories from around the world, the question arises: who has more pronounced maternal instincts – the human mother who leaves her own child to his death or the cat, who warms a baby?

The answer is obvious.

Thanks God that He does not leave innocent children in the lurch, saving their lives with the help of furry heroes.

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