But all that changed five months ago when Manny met Andrew. The pair instantly connected, and the man decided to adopt the feline.Now, instead of fighting for food, he gets taken care of by his loving human. But Manny found a way to return the favor.
The cat will often wake up Andrew in the morning to say that he's hungry, but one day in April, the meows were a little different, more frantic. "It was not quite the same as if he was asking for food," he toldThe West Australian.Then Andrew started to hear noises coming from the back of the house. He armed himself with a shoe and decided to go check it out.
Without Manny's warning, no doubt the intruder would have made off with some of Andrew's valuables.
Who needs a guard dog when you’ve got a cat?
The feline will no doubt be rewarded with extra love and attention for his heroic deed.If you live in England, you can visit the RSPCA, and if you live in the United States, you can visit the ASPCA to get more information about pets available for adoption.Tens of thousands of dogs and cats end up in shelters each year, either due to neglect, abuse or abandonment. Consider adopting before you shop, and visit your local shelters before going to a breeder. Every dog and cat deserves a fair chance at a forever home.You can watch the full video below:
7 News ; Guard CatA one-eyed cat, who once roamed the streets as a stray, has proven to be as loyal and brave as a guard dog.The fearless feline alerted his owner to an intruder who had entered their Brompton home.Download the 7 News app: http://bit.ly/7NEWSAPP#Brompton #7NewsPosted by 7 News Adelaide on Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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