Hi, everyone. Today I have a story about the bond between a man and his cat. Some people call my human a crazy cat person because he is willing to spend the time and money to take care of a diabetic cat like me. He thinks they are crazy if they thought he was going to abandon me when things got a little difficult.
I love my human, and love that he stuck with me after I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat.
But compared to what Kevan Yaets of Alberta, Canada did, his challenges are nothing.
As you may know, Alberta is suffering from terrible flooding. According to published reports, tens of thousands of people have been displaced in southern Alberta. Some of the people who had to evacuate got so little warning that flood waters were approaching that they had to escape the flood waters by climbing to the roofs of their houses to wait for rescue.
Yaets was one of the many who had to flee, and his truck got trapped in flood waters. Inside the cab with Yaets was his cat, Momo. And Yaets was not about to allow Momo to perish in the flood waters. They escaped using the truck cab’s rear window, and then they swam away to safety.
Yaets has lost a lot. He lost his home, and his truck. But there is one thing that he will still have after the waters recede.
He will have his feline friend Momo. You can see Yates explain why he did what he needed to do in order to keep Momo alive and with him. He told his mother, “it’s like my baby, you know, I couldn’t live with myself if something happened.”
That is two days in a row that this diabetic cat may need more insulin because he is sharing stories that are just so sweet. I always hope that my fans enjoy my stories, but these are the ones I really want you to share with other humans.