What does a cat from Poland, Russia and Denver have in common? All three happen to be known for helping their fellow four-legged friends.
Rademenesa is known as the nurse cat of Bydgoszcz, Poland. He had come into the animal clinic with an inflamed respiratory tract, from which was thought he wouldn’t recover. However, the vet nursed him back to health and that’s when the clinic noticed something amazing.
He returned the favor and began to comfort, cuddle and even massage other patients in the clinic. Rademenesa became the official, well-loved, full-time clinic nurse and mascot.
Rademenesa made news around the world but he hasn’t let fame go to his head, he still practices his healing magic with great love on the animals at the clinic. For updates on him and his latest ‘patients’ be sure to follow him on Facebook.
Black cats seem to have a knack for this, and the next cat is no exception. Lyutsik the disabled cat who hails from Perm, Russia came into the clinic as a kitten after having been found with a damaged spine and, although his back legs are paralyzed he proved that his disability wouldn’t stop him from helping other animals.
Lyutsik has also been a blood donor and knows exactly who needs extra TLC standing by while they get injections and cuddling and purring to help patients heal.
Lyutsik is adored by staff who are inspired by his compassion, resilience and joy he brings to all the people and animals around him. He can be followed on the clinic’s Instagram page Klykperm.
Last but certainly not least is a handsome orange tabby named Ron who came to the Northfield Veterinary Hospital in Denver as a kitten from a feral cat colony and soon started comforting new, scared and sick animals. Ron’s skills made local news when he managed tame a large cat that was labeled too aggressive. Ron apparently sat on the cats carrier and in minutes had the cat purring and playing.
Ron’s story was shared early this year, but it looks like he may be officially retired from his cat nurse duties at the clinic. Northfield Veterinary Hospital recently posted a picture on their Facebook page in February showing Ron happily adopted and settled into his forever home.
It is clear that the healing abilities of cats extend beyond that of helping humans, and their healing paws seem to be just what the doctor ordered.
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Thank you so much!
A wonderful and heartwarming thing. Amazing how these cats know what to do. I have reblogged this on my blog Animals are Wonderful.
Love this – thank you!
Thank you for writing about our kitty Ron. We love him so much and he is doing amazing in his forever home!
You are most welcome! He is a very special boy & I am so glad he is doing well!
Oh my gosh, I love this post! I had heard about the cat from Poland, but not the ones from Russia or Denver. Those picture are amazing! ❤
I know aren’t these cats amazing? You have to check out their pages the photos are great & Ron has been adopted.
Thank you for sharing these wonderful stories! They really cheered me up. Some people unfortunately don’t realize it, but cats can be very loving and affectionate ❤
I felt the same way about this post it was much needed. It amazes me how people easily discount cats when it comes to affection & being intuitive but these 3 show they are much more than people give them credit for. Glad you enjoyed it!