Approximately four years ago, a pregnant cat wandered into Claudia Wright’s home looking for a place to live. Wright chose to adopt the kitten after falling in love with her right away. She ultimately gave the cat the name Posey.
Posey’s three young children were raised after her birth until they were old enough to be adopted into their own family.
Posey never lost her maternal instinct, to put it simply.
Four years later, Posey ventured outside to play one day. She left for a while, and when she did return, she had a little gift for Wright.
“I believe she missed having a baby around and found one, writes The Dodo
A little, 7-week-old cat named Meesy was discovered by Posey while she was out on one of her outside expeditions. Posey decided to make the kitten her home and give her to her mother after her maternal instincts must have somehow gotten the better of her.
The kitten has never been spotted in the area, according to Wright. I’ve previously established that the kitten is not someone else’s. Meesy must have become separated from her mother, and Posey and her might have simply crossed paths.
Meesy needed to be bottle-fed because she was so young and little. Posey was right there by her side anytime Wright wasn’t holding Meesy while taking care of her. As though Meesy were one of her own, she coddled, groomed, and provided for the week one.
They are in love with one another, Wright said. They have fully embraced one another.
Wright was unable to refuse, and as a result, Meesy now has a permanent home.
It appeared as though Posey had somehow said, “Don’t worry, little one,” to Meesy outside. I will always love you because I have a human mother.
Read on to learn about traits that practically all cat lovers share:
STRESSED OUT AND SENSITIVE
Cats by nature don’t get along with everyone, and their owners exhibit the same personality feature. They typically live independently and are content with their lifestyle. Despite being introverts, they enjoy socializing with others. They would, however, require some alone time to unwind and refuel.
PET FANS LEAN TO THE LEFT
Liberal political inclinations have been linked to a preference for cats over canines. You can be a conservative cat owner or a liberal dog lover; liberals tend to like cats, and vice versa.
PET OWNERS ARE OPTIMISTIC.
Most cat lovers exhibit five personality traits: conscientiousness, neuroticism, extraversion, agreeableness, and openness. Cat owners are more open and hence more creative in their artistic endeavors than dog owners.